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Morgan Salutes Faculty Finalist in Baltimore Screenwriting Competition

Screenwriting, Animation Lecturer Finishes Third with Original Screenplay

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Morgan State University Screenwriting and Animation Lecturer Darryl Wharton-Rigby placed third in the Baltimore Screenwriter’s Competition this past weekend for his screenplay, Water Works. The script is about a water maintenance worker who struggles to maintain a relationship with a female mayoral candidate.

The awards ceremony was held at this year’s Maryland Film Festival. This year’s final judges were Nina Noble (The WireTreme), Norman Steinberg (Cosby,Blazing Saddles) and Richard Walter (UCLA Screenwriting Chairman).

 

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