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Bedard’s ‘Black’ takes Tisch nod

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Tisch School of the Arts has announced winners of the fifth annual Richard Vague Film Production Fund Award for alumni filmmaking. Bridget Bedard received the first place prize of $100,000 to produce feature length version of her pic “Operation June Black.” Second place of $75,000 prize went to Helen Truong for “Rapture of the Deep.”

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