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Columbia Science Review’s panel discussion titled Media and the Mind promised “a scientific perspective on Hollywood portrayals of mental health.” On Wednesday evening, I followed the series of seven printer-paper arrows that led me through the labyrinth of Schermerhorn to cover the event.

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The Athena Film Festival took place at Barnard this weekend, and when Bwog heard that Greta Gerwig, BC ’06, of Greenberg fame, was going to be there, we just had to stop by. Lily Icangelo reports from “A Hollywood Conversation With Greta Gerwig.” Greta Gerwig is a lovely human being and I want her to […]

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Joseph Gordon-Levitt returns to Morningside Heights for the filming of Premium Rush! 114th Street has become Columbia Pictures’ storage closet, while Nussbaum offers prime views of JGL himself. If you’re lucky, you may even get to see stunt cars drive backwards on Broadway! Top-left photo by Annie Liu.  Top-right photo by Robyn Gordon.  Remaining photos […]

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Columbia Film has snagged another star — Bwog tipster Margaret Herman spotted Kirsten Dunst lounging on one of leather benches outside 511 Dodge.  According to Film Dept TA Chanelle Elaine, Dunst is set to star in a film directed by a Columbia faculty member.  Now that he’s got some competition, maybe James Franco won’t hide quite so conspicuously […]

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