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2014 – Film

The Arts Club of Washington’s annual Ann Bartsch Dunne scholarship awards recognize promising students specializing in a specific art form or medium.

The  2014 scholarships, given to student filmmakers, have been awarded to:

Kristen Leigh Wilson (winner, $1,500), Virginia Commonwealth University, for Exposed

Cristina O’Connell (first runner-up, $1,000), Virginia Commonwealth University, for Dangerous

Abigail Harri (second runner-up, $750), Johns Hopkins University, for Perfect Thirds

Mark Burchick (honorable mention, $200), Towson University, for The Bottom Line

Evan Sterrett (honorable mention, $200), Georgetown University, for Running for a Reprise


 

 

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