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Student Films Awarded For Positive Portrayal Of Science

Student Films Awarded For Positive Portrayal Of Science

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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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