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Columbia Filmmakers Win Big at 2021 Emmy Awards
September 15, 2021

Several projects by Columbia University filmmakers were honored during the 2021 Creative Arts Emmy Awards Ceremony that took place over the weekend.

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Several Alumni and Faculty Films Screened at 2021 Venice Film Festival, Maggie Gyllenhaal (CC ’99) Wins
September 14, 2021

The Venice International Film Festival has awarded alumna Maggie Gyllenhaal (CC '99) the honor of Best Screenplay for her film The Lost Daughter.

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‘Staging Shakespeare’ by Theatre Program Chair Brian Kulick Released by Bloomsbury
September 14, 2021

Brian Kulick is a director, writer, educator, producer, and current Chair of the Graduate Theatre Program at Columbia University.

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Professor Julia Sanches and Alumna Tracy K. Smith ’97 Longlisted for National Translation Award
September 9, 2021

The recipients of the 2021 National Translation Award in Prose and Poetry will be named during ATLA’s annual conference, ALTA44: Inflection Points.

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Visual Arts Professor Shirly Bahar Publishes 'Documentary Cinema in Israel-Palestine'
August 31, 2021

According to Professor Paula Rabinowit of the University of Minnesota, "Documentary Cinema in Israel-Palestine is a major contribution to understanding 21st century transnational film history.

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In Memoriam: Brendan Noel Ward
August 26, 2021

On August 4th 2021, our dear friend and colleague, Brendan Noel Ward, passed away suddenly at his home in New York City.

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'Gathering Together,' Solo Exhibition by Assistant Professor Adama Delphine Fawundu ’18 Opens Next Month
August 25, 2021

Read Fawundu’s complete conversation with Gollnick here, and browse through the online gallery of Gathering Together on the exhibition webpage.

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Soon After First Light: BK Fischer
August 25, 2021

What is a typical workday like for you when you’re in the middle of a project?    BK Fischer: I wish I had a more stable writing routine, but there are a lot of moving parts in my family’s life and in my days.

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Sherman Payne ’10 to Adapt Best-Selling Novel 'Razorblade Tears' for Paramount
August 19, 2021

Sherman Payne is a screenwriter and producer, originally from Ohio, now living and working in LA.

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