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Student Films Awarded For Positive Portrayal Of Science

Student Films Awarded For Positive Portrayal Of Science

Student Films Awarded For Positive Portrayal Of Science

by indieWIRE


The Alfred P. Sloan Foundation released a list of winners for the 1997
Alfred P. Sloan Film Awards. The awards carry a monetary prize and
recognize “work that explores science and technology themes with
originality and accuracy, and depicts scientists and engineers in a more
realistic and compelling fashion,” the Foundation said in Variety. The
Alfred P. Sloan Foundation was established in 1934, and makes grants in
science, technology and national economic performance.

WINNERS:

American Film Institute:

Jonathan Harris – “Alternating Currents

Carlos Villa, Michelle Francis, Fay Lellios, Daniel Batlle, Seong-Hee Yoo,
Lisa Molomot – “Moon

George Walczak – “Told To Die Like Soldiers

Tisch School of the Arts, New York University:

John Travis Harrison – “Death Of A Broken Heart

Matthew Mogk – “Fighting The Sky

Edward Ortiz – “Whom The Gods Love

Jeffrey Stanley – “Lords Of Light

School of Theater, Film and Television, University of California, Los Angeles:

Jessica Ann Bortman – “The Fledglings

Daniel Kaufman – “The Last Harvest

Gerry Suenram – “The Geneticist

Matthaeus Szumanski – “Jornada Del Muerto

School of Cinema-Television, University of Southern California:

Sean Hood – “The Shy And The Naked

James E. Taylor – “Uranium

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