Past Event

Film Screening and Workshop with Writer-Director Katherine Dieckmann

June 1, 2018
6:30 PM - 9:00 PM

The Center organized a closed film screening and workshop with Katherine Dieckmann, renowned writer-director and Associate Professor of Professional Practice at the School of the Arts, Columbia University. She discussed her most recent film, Strange Weather, starring Holly Hunter, and inspirations for women filmmakers.


Friday, June 1  | 18:30-21:00

Screening of "Strange Weather" and Q&A with Katherine Dieckmann

Saturday, June 2  | 13:00-17:00

Session 1: Getting to Know Katherine Dieckmann, Inspirations for Women Filmmakers, Script Formation and Pre-Production of "Strange Weather"
Session 2: Production, Distribution, Festivals, and Future Path

Katherine Dieckmann is a writer and director. Her most recent feature film is Strange Weather (2016), starring Holly Hunter and Carrie Coon. Dieckmann’s other films include Motherhood (2009), starring Uma Thurman; Diggers (2007), starring Paul Rudd, Sarah Paulson, and Maura Tierney; and A Good Baby (2000), starring Henry Thomas and David Strathairn. An Associate Professor at Columbia University’s School of the Arts Film Program, Dieckmann has taught screenwriting for over 15 years. She has also been a Creative Advisor for The Sundance Institute, the IFP/Narrative Features Lab, and the Nantucket Screenwriters Colony. For more information, click here.