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From Pharmacist to Film Student: Kaelo Justin Iyizoba
May 17, 2022

Eleven stories of life, learning, and personal reinvention.

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Behind the D4: 'Shovel'
February 25, 2022

How challenging was it to make a movie during the pandemic?   Camille Hamadé: This summer was crazy in terms of productions.

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Student Stephanie Choriatis Launches New Film Education Podcast, 'Lights, Camera, TEACH'
February 23, 2022

The first three episodes of the podcast include interviews with Associate Professor and Film Program Chair Jack Lechner, Professor Annette Insdorf, and Adjunct Assistant Professor Michael Cacioppo Belantara.

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Theatre of the Ridiculous: Phoebe Brooks’ Directing Thesis Der Ring Gott Farblonjet
February 21, 2022

What do you anticipate as the biggest challenge, logistically or personally?   [PB]: I’m attempting to embrace a maximalist aesthetic in this production.

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Student Kaelo Iyizoba Featured on Sundance Panel
January 27, 2022

Kaelo Iyizoba is a Nigerian-American filmmaker currently pursuing a Masters of Fine Art in Film at Columbia University, New York.

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Bat-Ami Rivlin ‘19 and Elzie Williams III Featured in 'Eponymous' at M23 Gallery
January 14, 2022

Williams has received the Lenfest Fellowship and Solomon B.

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MUBI is the New Leading Sponsor of the Film Program Blue List Script Competition
December 6, 2021

Columbia University’s graduate Film Program is proud to share that starting in 2022, the prestigious Blue List competition is now sponsored by the curated streaming service, MUBI.

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Directing Thesis Interview: 'The Trojan Women'
November 12, 2021

You chose a very specific setting for this production.

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Lend Me Your Ears: An Exploration Of Sound Art
November 5, 2021

Students of Columbia’s Sound Art MFA program presented installations in the Music and Arts Library.

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Here's What to See, Do, and Listen to This Fall in New York City, According to Columbia Arts Faculty and Students
September 29, 2021

To help you decide where to go and what to see amid New York City’s abundant cultural offerings this fall, Columbia News turned to the School of the Arts to ask Dean Carol Becker, along with professors and students, what they recommend.

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