Columbia University Annual Film Night 2017

We are proud to once again hold our extremely popular film event with at a new venue - the Mission Cultural Center! Join the Columbia University Club of Northern California in welcoming School of the Arts Associate Professor Jack Lechner 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.

Featured films: 
Red Apples, d. George Sikharulidze, w. Ophelia Harutyunyan 
Submarine, w/d Mounia Akl 
And the Whole Sky Fit in the Dead Cow's Eye, w/d Francisca Alegria 
Nocturne in Black, w/d Jimmy Keyrouz 
Pria, w/d Yudho Aditya, w. Barbara Cigarroa & Dea Kulumbegashvili 
Drinks and hors d'oeuvres to be provided. 

Please contact Nadine Rose with any questions at [email protected] 

Professor Jack Lechner: 

Jack Lechner is currently supervising producer on an untitled feature documentary directed by Bennett Miller. Other producing credits include Explorer for National Geographic; The New Yorker Presents for Amazon; The Fog Of War; Blue ValentineLeft Of The Dial for HBO;TruInside for TruTV; Girls Who Like Boys Who Like Boys for Sundance; The New Public and Playwright: From Page to Stage for PBS; and the pilot of Mad Men for AMC. As an executive at Miramax and Film Four, he was involved in the production and development of dozens of movies, including The Crying GameGood Will Hunting, and The Full Monty. His book Can’t Take My Eyes Off You was published in 2000, and his picture book Mary Had A Little Lamp in 2008. He also wrote the lyrics for the 2010 off-Broadway musical The Kid. Jack is an associate professor at Columbia University.

June 14, 2017 at 6:00pm - 9pm

Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts

2868 Mission St
San Francisco, CA 94110
United States

$30.00 USD

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