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Dinner & Discussion on the Film & TV Industries

Date:November 28, 2011 from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm EST
Location:Alumni Center, Schapiro
113th St & Broadway
Contact:For further information regarding this event, please contact Elizabeth King by sending email to or by calling 212-851-0276.

What could be better than dinner with professional actors, writers and producers on Monday, November 28, 2011? The Center for Career Education has partnered with the CCAA Career Education Committee to bring you this exclusive event to teach students about the ins and outs of the film and TV industries.

***Space for this dinner is extremely limited. All students must apply to attend using the "Register" button below and will be placed on a waiting list until you have been approved. This event is only open to Columbia College students.***

Dan Futterman, Columbia College 1989, has appeared on Broadway (Angels in America), and Off-Broadway at Lincoln Center and Manhattan Theatre Club (The Lights, A Fair Country, Dealer's Choice).   His films include A Mighty Heart, The Birdcage, and Urbania.

Dan was nominated for a 2005 Academy Award for his screenplay for the film “Capote.”

He and his wife and writing partner, Anya Epstein, were showrunners for the third season of the HBO series "In Treatment."  Dan and Anya are developing a new series for HBO, "T", and he is working with director, Bennett Miller on a forthcoming film, "Foxcatcher."

He and Anya live in Brooklyn with their two children

Anya Epstein is a television writer and producer.   She began her career on NBC's Homicide - Life on the Street.   Her credits include ABC's Commander-in-Chief and HBO's Tell Me You Love Me.  She and her husband, Daniel Futterman, were Executive Producers of HBO's third season of In Treatment.  They are developing a new series, “T,” based upon a story from This American Life.

Jason Kim, Columbia College 2008, has worked at The New Yorker, HBO, Focus Features, and Indian Paintbrush. He is currently pursuing an MFA in Playwriting at the New School for Drama where he studies with Christopher Shinn, Michael Weller, and Jon Robin Baitz. He is the recipient of the Marcie Bloom Fellowship in Film and the Soros Fellowship for New Americans.

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