Columbia U. duo draw science pic prize

Oei, Lily
March 2004
Daily Variety;3/23/2004, Vol. 282 Issue 62, p30
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Columbia U. alumni Mikki del Monico and Randall Dottin will be the first recipients of the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Feature Film Award. Prize, worth $100,000, recognizes a feature-length project with a focus on science and technology. Award is the first of two that the Sloan Foundation has pledged to the school. Del Monico and helmer Dottin will collaborate on the former's screenplay "Indelible," about an African-American scientist trying to find a cure for a disease that killed her husband and threatens her son.


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