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Documentary 'Léa & I,' Written and Directed by Current Student Camille Shooshani Debuts on Netflix
August 21, 2019

Léa & I, a documentary written and directed by current nonfiction writing student Camille Shooshani, premiered on Netflix on August 2, 2019.

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Queen Latifah To Produce Teen Comedy Created By Alumna Angela Tucker '15
April 23, 2019

Paper Chase, co-written and directed by Angela Tucker ‘15 and co-written by former staff member, Lauren Domino, will be produced by Queen Latifah through her Flavor Unit production company.

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'Green Book' by Writing Alumnus Peter Farrelly '86 Wins Three Golden Globes
January 8, 2019

At the 76th Golden Globe Awards, two films by Alumni were nominated, Green Book, directed and co-written by writing alumnus Peter Farrelly '86 and Ralph Breaks the Internet co-directed and co-written by film alumnus Phil Johnston '04.

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Alumnus Peter Farrelly '86 Discusses Hit New Film 'Green Book'
November 30, 2018

Writing Alumnus Peter Farrelly '86 is known for comedies like There’s Something About Mary, Dumb and Dumber, Me Myself & Irene, and Shallow Hal, a record of comedy that makes his latest film, Green Book, a surprising turn in his career.

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'Green', by Alumni Suzanne Andrews Correa '17 and Mustafa Kaymak ‘17 Selected as Semi-FInalist at the NBCU Short Film Festival
September 27, 2018

Green, co-written & directed by Suzanne Andrews Correa '17, and co-written & produced by Mustafa Kaymak '17 was selected as semi-finalist for the NBCU Short Film Festival.

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Award-Winning Documentary by Alumnus Jonathan Bogarín '04 Released This Month
September 24, 2018

306 Hollywood, a feature film by Visual Arts alumnus Jonathan Bogarín '04 had its world premiere at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival and will be released in theaters on September 28th at Quad Cinema in New York, NY.

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Adjunct Professor Hannah Weyer wins The Danahy Fiction Prize for her short story 'Sanctuary City'
September 12, 2018

Adjunct Professor Hannah Weyer won The Danahy Fiction Prize for her short story Sanctuary City, a prize which honors her with a $1000 cash reward and publication in the Fall/Winter 2018 issue of Tampa Review.

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Columbia University School of the Arts announces Diversity Casting Initiative
September 6, 2018

The Columbia University School of the Arts Film Program is launching a new initiative, with funding from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, to strengthen diversity in filmmaking and help graduate students think more critically about inclusivity in the course of writing and casting.

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Faculty Member Joe Travers is Stunt Coordinator for 'The Depths'
April 30, 2018

Faculty member Joe Travers has created hundreds of fights, stunts and action sequences, from fistfights and duels to brawls and battles, on stage and on screen.

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Columbia in the Summer: An Interview with Summer Faculty Vito Adriaensens
April 3, 2018

Why is it important for artists to think about the history of animation?   Because animation eclectically dips into the inky wells of art history, accurately mirroring popular art movements of the twentieth and twenty-first century.

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