Columbia Annual Film Night 2014

Tickets to go on sale Tuesday April 8th. Details being finalized 
Join the Columbia University Club of Northern California in welcoming School of the Arts professor Dan Kleinman to our Annual Film Night, highlighting the award-winning work of Columbia film students. 

Selected by major film festivals around the country, the Columbia short films on our schedule showcase the talent and creativity of Columbia students. 

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A.B., Princeton, 1965. M.F.A., New York, 1968. Columbia faculty since 1996. Dan Kleinman's original screenplays include Welcome to Oblivion (Concorde Films), directed by Lucho Llosa, and Rage (Warner Brothers), directed by and starring George C. Scott, for which Kleinman was also associate producer. The Applicant, a short film that he wrote and directed, was named Best Narrative Short at the Melbourne Film Festival and won the Cine Golden Eagle and the Gold Medal of the Photographic Society of America. An innovator in film education, Kleinman taught for twenty years at New York University, where he helped found the Tisch School's Dramatic Writing Program and served as associate chair of the Graduate Film Program. At Columbia, he was chair of the Graduate Film Program (2000-2005) and served twice as acting dean of the School of the Arts (1998-99; 2005-7). He has been a mentor at the Sundance Screenwriters Lab and at MAISHA: A Filmmakers Laboratory in East Africa. 

May 29, 2014 at 6:00pm - 9pm

Delancey Street Screening Room

600 The Embarcadero
San Francisco, CA 94107
United States

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