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The Caucus Foundation Presents the 2016 Annual Awards

The Caucus Foundation's Gold Circle Awards were presented to two student filmmaker grant recipients. Ellie Foumbi of Columbia University took the First Place Gold Circle Award of a $60,000 Panavision Camera Package and $2,500 from The Caucus Foundation for her film, Nocturne in Black. Julio Vincent Gambuto from USC was awarded the Second Place Gold Circle Award prize of $20,000 illuminate Studios Post Production Package and $1,000 from The Caucus Foundation for The Julie Stories. The Caucus Foundation Television and New Media Award of $6,000 was presented to Producer Michael Stanziale and Writer/Director Daniel Klein for The Kama Sutra Club of the Dodge College of Film and Media Arts, Chapman College.

First Place Nocturne in Black


Second Place The Julie Stories


Television and New Media Award The Kama Sutra Club



Meet the Caucus Foundation 2016 Grantees


"We're extremely honored to receive this award from the Caucus Foundation. It's a testament to the hard work of our entire team and to the powerful vision of our director. Not only did this grant allow us to finish post production in a sane way but it validated our film. On behalf of the whole cast and crew, I thank the Caucus Foundation for believing in us, for its support and more importantly, for this incredible honor."

- Ellie Foumbi

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