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Spotlight on the Arts 2015

In the final stretch of the academic year, we see the culmination of a year's work in the arts taking shape across Columbia. Visual arts undergrads and MFA candidates begin final work on their thesis projects, theater productions are cast and rehearsals are under way, student groups unveil their major projects, and departments across the university present special programs in every area of the arts.

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November 30

120 YEARS Film Screening

The Columbia Undergraduate Law Review will be hosting a screening of the film 120 YEARS (trailer here: https:

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November 16

Student Arts Grants Fall Celebration

Join us in celebrating student artists while enjoying hot cider and donuts at Miller Theatre!

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November 8

Film Screening: Summer in the City (1969)

With an introduction by Damion Searls, whose translation into English of Uwe Johnson's Anniversaries recently was published by New Y

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CUBE Presents Swan Lake

This November, Columbia University Ballet Ensemble presents Swan Lake, one of the most iconic, romantic, and tragic classical ballets. 

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November 1

Columbia Selects: MFA Readings at the KGB Bar

Join the School for the Arts, Thursday, November 1, at 7 pm, for another spectacular reading with Columbia Selects!

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November 2
November 3

Cinema’s World Migration Pattern: Two Day Student Symposium

Student Panels

Friday, November 2: 1:30 – 6:30pm

Saturday, November 3: 9:30am – 6:30pm

Dodge Hall 507

 

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October 26

Cure

An international breakout hit that firmly established director Kiyoshi Kurosawa as a master of fear, Cure follows detective Takabe (the great Koji Yakusho) as he investigates a series of gruesome Tokyo murders.

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