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Frank Pugliese Trapped As New Showrunner for House of Cards
March 16, 2016

TV Writing Professor Frank Pugliese has been tapped to become the next showrunner of the critically and commercially acclaimed Netflix series House of Cards, partnering with fellow writer Melissa James Gibson’91 GS.

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Meet the Makers Volume IV: Erlendur Sveinsson
March 10, 2016

“Meet the Makers” is a profile series highlighting the experiences of current Film students and faculty here at Columbia.

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Columbia Filmmakers Made Impression on Berlinale
March 8, 2016

Johnny Ma’s ’14’s feature debut, Old Stone, was one of the more hotly anticipated films at the festival.

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Meet the Makers: Markus Wulf
February 1, 2016

Meet the Makers is an ongoing interview series highlighting current Columbia University School of the Arts Film Program students and faculty.

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Kathryn Bigelow '81 Executive Producing New Drama for HBO
December 30, 2015

Kathryn Bigelow ’81 will serve as executive producer on The Recruiters, a new drama about Islamist jihadi recruitment in Minnesota that is being developed for HBO.

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Columbia Filmmakers Form a Large Presence At Sundance
December 30, 2015

Sundance will have no shortage of Columbia University filmmakers present this year.

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Lauren Wolkstein and Chris Radcliff Receive Rooftop Films Grant
December 30, 2015

Lauren Wolkstein ’10 and Chris Radcliff ’09 received the Eastern Effects Equipment Grant from the Rooftop Films Fund for The Strange Ones, a feature version of their award-winning short of the same name.

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Two Columbia Films Nominated for SAG Awards
December 18, 2015

Two films by Columbia filmmakers received Screen Actors Guild Award nominations this month.

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Two Columbia Films Nominated for Golden Globes
December 18, 2015

Two films by Columbia filmmakers, The Martian and 99 Homes, have received multiple Golden Globe nominations.

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Disney Announces Frozen Sequel
December 18, 2015

Obsessed with Frozen? Guess what—you don’t have to let it go.

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