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Posted August 23, 2010

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Dusty Girlinghouse of the APS Grant Management Department Wins Short Film Award

Dusty Girlinghouse of the APS Grant Management Department was part of the winning crew of the short film “Pascal’s Bullet,” which won three awards at the recent Duke City Shootout Gala at Popejoy Hall. The 12-minute film won the award for best actors (John Wylie and Bill Sterchi); best cinematographer (James Kwan); and best picture. The Shootout is an annual event headed by the Digital Filmmakers Institute, where six scripts are produced and shot in four days, then edited to final print in four day as well. This event is a non-profit contest that promotes film education in New Mexico. The six crews are made up of students and two to three union mentors. Girlinghouse was the film’s location manager and one of the union mentors on the crew.

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