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ELIZABETH A MARTIN
KATE PARR
ZINA YUN
LUKE SCHULER
CCFV 2013

Film & Video

The Film & Video Department at Columbia College Chicago cultivates artists with a unique vision and the desire to express that vision on film. At the same time, we develop the technical skills that support this creative passion. Believing that the best way to learn filmmaking is to make films, we stress collaborative film and video production: classes are taught through a project-based, hands-on, student-centered process. Our diverse student body, imaginative faculty and state of the art facilities combine to develop the creative, conceptual, and technical skills needed to become a working film or video professional.

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From Columbia To Memphis



F&V writer/director/co-producer William Bryan (BA '12)
marked his tenth trip to Memphis, Tennessee on April 8, 2013 by locking down the pre-production aspects of his passion project, Nobody, a biographical short film about Elvis Presley. 
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Fairy Tales Are For Real, Contests Count



Film & Video senior Heather Dunoon ('13) was named the 2013 Michael Collyer Fellow in Screenwriting, receiving recognition from the Writers Guild (East) and $10,000 for writing a feature film she pitched titled Remember MeRead more...

'I Expected Nothing and Hoped for Everything'



Film & Video junior AJ Young ('14) won the Academy’s Oscar Experience College Search, handed out statuettes during the ceremony in February, and made it a priority to network while in Los Angeles.  Read more...

Producer, Alumnus Teitel Teaches SiLA Class



Bob Teitel
(BA ’90), producer of Barbershop, Soul Food, Notorious, and many other films, was a smash hit teaching the Creative Producing graduate class during fall 2012 as part of Semester in LA.  Read more...

Rybicky Earns Documentary Attention, Support



F&V faculty member Dan Rybicky’s Almost There was one of four submissions chosen from across the country to receive funding from the Independent Television Service (ITVS), and premiere on PBS later in 2014.  Read more...

New Name, New Sponsorship, New Strategies



The Film & Video Department will have a new name beginning February 1, 2014: The Department of Cinema Art + Science.  Read more...

Sprite Films Competition Gives Students the Opportunity to Meet with Notable Industry Professionals



Columbia College students Sean Grasse ('13) and Sam Bengtson ('13) attended CinemaCon in Las Vegas as part of the Sprite Films Competition and met with Oliver Stone, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Harrison Ford and Brad Pitt. Read more...

McCoy & Meyer Launch With 'Famous' Ad



F&V alumni Eric McCoy, Director (BA '09), and Justus Meyer, Producer (BA '11), have teamed up to formally launch their award-winning production company, McCoy & Meyer, with the debut of a headline commercial for Famous Footwear's nationwide Mother's Day campaign. Read more...

Big Screen: 17 Years and Still Going Strong



The Film & Video Department's Big Screen—held Thursday, April 25—screened nine finalist films and presented cash awards to A.J. Sheeran’s (BA '11) The Treehouse (Best of Fest and Audience Award), Maria Abraham’s (MFA '12) Girl With Child (Cinematography Award to Chris Nelson), and Nick Barks’ (BA '11) Dispatch (Editing Award). Read more...

Teaching Homage, Creating Homage



F&V faculty member Vaun Monroe produced and directed The Belle of New Orleans, featured in The Goodman Theatre’s production of By The Way, Meet Vera Stark, with a crew of alumni, current students and colleagues including adjunct faculty members Jennifer Peepas and Jeffrey Jon Smith. Read more...

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