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Movie Academy Gives $250,000 in Annual Grants

April 09, 1999

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has awarded $250,000 in financial grants to benefit 21 college and community film programs across the U.S.

The largest grant--$25,000--went to the American Film Institute for its directing workshop for women.

Other grantees included the California Institute of the Arts, which received $15,000 for its internship program, and USC, which received two grants of $15,000 each for its internship programs, with one grant going to the school of cinema and the other to the master of professional writing program.

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