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Columbia University Film Festival,
SoA/CUE After Party and Filmmakers' Panel
Los Angeles

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Emerging talent. Unique voices. Singular storytelling.


Celebrate Columbia University filmmakers in Los Angeles by joining us for two days of student and alumni events.


Come support our current student filmmakers by attending the screening of this year's Faculty Selects short films on June 3.

After the screening, we will honor Film alumna
Kathryn Bigelow (MFA '81),recipient of the 2009 Andrew Sarris Award.

Immediately following the award presentation, come celebrate all Columbia University alumni filmmakers in Los Angeles by attending the
SoA/CUE After Party, co-sponsored by the School of the Arts and Columbia University Entertainment.

On Thursday, June 4, join us for the filmmakers' panel discussion
From the Producer's Perspective Getting your Film Made In LA. Panelists include Film Alumni Simon Kinberg (MFA '03) and Albert Berger (MFA '83), with Eric Feig, Lucas Foster and others.

CLICK HERE TO RSVP



All events take place at Raleigh Studios

5300 Melrose Avenue
(enter at Van Ness Avenue gate)
Hollywood, CA
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Note: Parking is available in the garage across Van Ness Avenue for a small fee.

Wednesday, June 3

6:30 pm
Chaplin Screening Room
Faculty Selects Screenings and Andrew Sarris Award Presentation

9:00 pm
After Party co-sponsored by the School of the Arts and
Columbia University Entertainment

Thursday, June 4

6:00 pm
Chaplin Screening Room
Filmmakers' Panel:
From the Producer's Perspective--Getting Your Film Made in LA

Admission to all events is free, but we must receive your RSVP by June 1, 2009.


The Columbia University Film Festival features some of the most talented emerging directors, screenwriters and producers in the world. This 22-year tradition continues with nights of screenings and events in Los Angeles.

Join us for the 2009 Festival, and experience some of the best new filmmaking anywhere. Don’t miss this annual showcase of thesis work from our advanced M.F.A. candidates.

For information about the festival,
please visit the
Columbia University Film Festival Website.



Columbia University School of the Arts Film Program