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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.)

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