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So, You want to work at The Columbia Chronicle?

May 18, 2015

Still confused about working at The Columbia Chronicle? Perhaps this video will help. We talk to staff members, past and present who will share some of the reasons why you should join the ranks of our award-...

At the Midwest Independent Film Festival on March 3, a Producers Panel spoke about their filmmaking experiences at Landmark’s Century Centre Cinema, 2828 N. Clark St.

College showcased at Midwest Independent Film Festival

April 13, 2015

Dan Rybicky, an associate professor in the Cinema Art + Science Department, was recently recognized at the Midwest Independent Film Festival for “Almost There,” a documentary he co-directed with E...

Notable Native: Jamelia Amor

By Assistant Metro Editor

December 10, 2014

Jamelia Amor never thought she would direct stage plays. Amor, 36, has been involved in the entertainment industry in a number of different capacities. She is a proud full-figured model and was featured on “The Oprah Winfrey Show” segment “How to Look Good Naked” in 2008. She is also an actress—she played a role in a short film, “Crossing Jordan,” which was directed by a filmmaker and Columbia student, Marion McMi...

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

October 27, 2014

A surprise visit from Oscar-winning documentarian Michael Moore  on Oct. 22 drew hundreds of students, faculty and staff to Film Row Cinema in the 1104 S. Wabash Ave. building. Known for his documentaries “Bowling for Columbine” and “Fahrenheit 9/11,” Moore visited the...

'Amazing Spiderman 2' swings too low.

‘Spider-Man 2’ swings short of legacy

May 12, 2014

Marvel’s monopoly on spinning superhero stories continues to grow with every new release, and these films have to go big or go home. Director Marc Webb’s “The Amazing Spider-Man 2” is the first ...

Columbia’s non-fiction film program opens door to all departments

By Ivana Hester

November 5, 2012

Renewed, refreshed and revamped, the Film & Video Department’s documentary concentration will soon allow students from all majors to learn more about this genre of filmmaking.As interest in nonfiction filmmaking continues to grow, the department has made documentary classes available to all students to expand the curriculum and encourage more collaboration withother departments.Dan Rybicky, an associate film & vide...

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