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The Caucus Foundation Presents Annual Student Awards

The Caucus Foundation's Gold Circle Awards were presented to two student filmmaker grant recipients. Jesse Gustafson of Columbia University took the First Place prize of a $60,000 Panavision camera package and $2,500 from The Caucus Foundation for his film Day 39. Alexis Korycinski from AFI was awarded the Second Place prize of a $20,000 Illuminate post-production package and $1,000 from The Caucus Foundation for The Haircut. Writer-producer David Weddle (The Strain) presented The Caucus Television and New Media Award to the USC creative team for Virtual Morality, accepted by Ilan Benjamin and Bryce Morgan Read more.

Day 39 - 1st Place

The Haircut - 2nd Place

"Thank you to the Caucus Foundation for honoring us with this prestigious award. The grant was a major boost to the production of our film and not just in the financial sense. It meant a great deal to everyone involved in the production to know that a prestigious organization like the Caucus believed in what we were doing and supported us. Because of this grant we were able to see the vision of the film through to the end in a way that honored the efforts of the cast and crew who helped make it. I will be forever grateful for this grant and the recognition of the Caucus."

- Jesse Gustafson

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