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Margaret Bryne, adjunct professor in the Cinema Art + Science Department, shares the seven-year story of African-American men growing up in the rural south in documentary, “Raising Bertie.”

Professor’s film tells multi-year tale of young black lives

By Amelia Garza, Campus Reporter
December 5, 2016
Through the acting and directing courses, students enrolled are able to collaborate on films during the semester, said Wendi Weber, lecturer in the Theatre Department. 

Students collaborate in acting and directing courses

By Campus Reporter
December 14, 2015
2014 cinema art + science alumna Kellee Terrell’s film “Blame” has won four awards at film festivals since it began showing in early 2015. 

Alumna’s thesis film succeeds in festival circuit

By Campus Reporter
November 23, 2015

Document-based history education necessary

By Opinions Editor
November 16, 2015

Choose major based on interest, not potential

By Arts & Culture Reporter
October 5, 2015
The Portfolio Center, 623 S. Wabash Ave., gave the 2015 Weisman Award to 15 winners. Each recipient is given $2,000 as support to fund and finish current projects.

Projects kickstarted with Weisman Award

By Senior Campus Reporter
February 16, 2015

Notable Native: Jamelia Amor

By Assistant Metro Editor
December 10, 2014
Team captains Daniel Olesen (left), Asher Kline (center) and Morgan Braastad (right) will take the ice for the first time Dec. 7 when the COHL season kicks off.

Renegades on ice: Columbia gets a hockey team

By Assistant Sports & Health Editor
November 24, 2014
Michael Moore answered student questions and talked about his documentaries and upcoming projects on Oct. 22 at a last-minute Q-and-A event organized by Columbia’s cinema art + sciences department and the Chicago International Film Festival at Film Row Cinema in the 1104 S. Wabash Ave. building.

Moore advice for Columbia film students

By Assistant Campus Editor
October 27, 2014
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