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Robert Pawloski Wins Screenplay Competition
2016 Nashville Film Festival Screenplay Competition
Friday, May 6th, 2016 //
For the second year in a row, UMBC Visual Arts adjunct faculty member Robert Pawloski has won in the Nashville Film Festival's Screenwriting Competition, this time for co-writing the feature-length screenplay Bronze. The screenplay was named a winner in the Feature / Inspirational category; one of ten categories that separated over 1500 total entries in the competition. Last year Robert won Best Dramatic Short at Nashville for his script Illuminate. The Nashville Film Festival began in 1969 and is listed by the Brooks Institute as one of the top five film festivals in the country. This is the first win and second advancement for the screenplay Bronze; it was selected as a finalist at the 2014 Sunscreen Film Festival in Tampa, Florida.
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