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Daniel Doran '15, a Cinema and Photography major, was awarded a 2012 Kodak Student Scholarship. Doran was given the Gold Scholarship for his film, Empire: The Whitewater Story. The award includes a $5,000 Kodak motion picture film product grant and a $4,000 cash tuition award. Doran's film Empire is a story following a year of paddling in New York State. It showcases some of the finest whitewater New York has to offer.

To view the trailer for his film, click here.

Kodak’s annual, international competition is designed to recognize superior filmmaking skills and creativity in the next generation. Accredited film schools from around the world nominated up to two students for consideration for each award who were judged on a combination of their past work, faculty recommendations and academic achievement.

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