You will be redirected back to your article in seconds

Prism Fellows rewarded for healthy writing

Short Take

The Entertainment Industries Council has selected two student winners for its Prism Generation Next Grand Fellowships. The program instructs college-level screenwriting students on the importance of accuracy in depicting health and social issues in creative works.

Tiffany F. McMichael of the North Carolina School of the Arts won the $8,000 feature film category for her script “Noise” and Taniya Hossain of NYU re-ceived the $4,000 TV series episode prize for “Sip Off the Old Block,” based on “Frasier.”

(To submit Short Takes items, contact Geoff Berkshire at (323) 965-4412 or gberkshire@reedbusiness. Com.)

More Film

  • get out Oscar Race

    'Get Out' and the Golden Globes: A Lesson Not to Laugh At

    The Entertainment Industries Council has selected two student winners for its Prism Generation Next Grand Fellowships. The program instructs college-level screenwriting students on the importance of accuracy in depicting health and social issues in creative works. Tiffany F. McMichael of the North Carolina School of the Arts won the $8,000 feature film category for her […]

  • Justice League

    Box Office: 'Justice League' Scores $185 Million International Opening, Led by China

    The Entertainment Industries Council has selected two student winners for its Prism Generation Next Grand Fellowships. The program instructs college-level screenwriting students on the importance of accuracy in depicting health and social issues in creative works. Tiffany F. McMichael of the North Carolina School of the Arts won the $8,000 feature film category for her […]

  • 'Justice League' Opens With Gloomy $96

    Box Office: 'Justice League' Opens With Gloomy $96 Million in North America

    The Entertainment Industries Council has selected two student winners for its Prism Generation Next Grand Fellowships. The program instructs college-level screenwriting students on the importance of accuracy in depicting health and social issues in creative works. Tiffany F. McMichael of the North Carolina School of the Arts won the $8,000 feature film category for her […]

  • Viacom Halts 'Padmavati' Release After Religious

    Viacom Halts 'Padmavati' Release After Religious Uproar

    The Entertainment Industries Council has selected two student winners for its Prism Generation Next Grand Fellowships. The program instructs college-level screenwriting students on the importance of accuracy in depicting health and social issues in creative works. Tiffany F. McMichael of the North Carolina School of the Arts won the $8,000 feature film category for her […]

  • EuropaCorp Sells French TV Production Unit

    Luc Besson's EuropaCorp Sells French TV Production Unit for $13 Million

    The Entertainment Industries Council has selected two student winners for its Prism Generation Next Grand Fellowships. The program instructs college-level screenwriting students on the importance of accuracy in depicting health and social issues in creative works. Tiffany F. McMichael of the North Carolina School of the Arts won the $8,000 feature film category for her […]

  • IDFA: Syrian Comedian Looks for Fresh

    IDFA: Syrian Comedian Looks for Fresh Start in France

    The Entertainment Industries Council has selected two student winners for its Prism Generation Next Grand Fellowships. The program instructs college-level screenwriting students on the importance of accuracy in depicting health and social issues in creative works. Tiffany F. McMichael of the North Carolina School of the Arts won the $8,000 feature film category for her […]

  • Wonderstruck

    ‘Wonderstruck’ Colorist Joe Gawler on How Film's Multi-Period Look Was Created

    The Entertainment Industries Council has selected two student winners for its Prism Generation Next Grand Fellowships. The program instructs college-level screenwriting students on the importance of accuracy in depicting health and social issues in creative works. Tiffany F. McMichael of the North Carolina School of the Arts won the $8,000 feature film category for her […]

More From Our Brands

Access exclusive content