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Rob Kozlowski is a Chicago-based writer. He writes about cinema for arts and culture magazine Crixeo and teaches in the Cinema and Television Arts Department at Columbia College Chicago. Rob is also the author of The Art of Chicago Improv: Short Cuts to Long-Form Improvisation and a reporter at Pensions & Investments newspaper.  Rob was also a founding member of the Playground Theater in Chicago and taught comedy writing at the Second City Training Center for 14 years.

His favorite movies, in order, are The Apartment (Billy Wilder, 1960), The Thief of Bagdad (Raoul Walsh, 1924) and Ballad of a Soldier (Grigory Chukhrai, 1959)