Columbia SIPA Global Debates is a new format for public discussions on global issues filmed before a studio audience and streamed live around the world.
Columbia SIPA Global Debates is a new format for public discussions on global issues filmed before a studio audience and streamed live around the world. The events featured presentations by Columbia professors and other experts in Rio de Janeiro on different perspectives for urban planning in cities that have been through intense transformation, followed by questions from Columbia Global Centers around the world, the studio audience, and via Twitter from others watching the livestream on the Internet. Journalist Patricia Campos Mello, an editor and columnist with Folha de São Paulo moderated the conversation.
Relay Productions provided Production Design and Management and Director of Photography services for the live event, filming with 6 cameras, and live web feed. Working closely with FSR PRODUCOES who provided local crew, design and logistics in Rio, the event was a complete success.
COLUMBIA SIPA CASE STUDIES
While many faculty already use cases in the classroom, SIPA is working to increase the number of professors trained in the case method and also to generate more original, Columbia-branded cases. SIPA also works with students who want experience in producing professional-quality case studies.
Video cases – filmed in Brazil, India and the U.S. – supplement the written and discussion based case studies and provide a vivid look at the effects of policy making on populations worldwide.
We provide international production management, creative consultation and production services as well as post-production facilities and supervision.