RIIFF announces screenplay awards

SHAWN QUIRK, left, Rhode Island International Film Festival program director, with Nancy Carriuolo, former president of Rhode Island College, and Lukas Hassel, previous grand prize winner for Best Screenplay, at the RIIFF Screenplay Competition awards. As a guest, Carriuolo served as RIIFF ambassador to welcome the event's international attendees. / COURTESY RHODE ISLAND INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL /MIKE BRACA
SHAWN QUIRK, left, Rhode Island International Film Festival program director, with Nancy Carriuolo, former president of Rhode Island College, and Lukas Hassel, previous grand prize winner for Best Screenplay, at the RIIFF Screenplay Competition awards. As a guest, Carriuolo served as RIIFF ambassador to welcome the event's international attendees. / COURTESY RHODE ISLAND INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL / MIKE BRACA
PROVIDENCE – Four-hundred and seventy-seven applications were submitted to the 2018 Rhode Island International Film Festival Screenplay Competition awards and on Oct. 30 the Providence-based organizations announced the 14 finalists and 43 semifinalists. Best Screenplay Grand Prize went to Rammy Park of Brooklyn, N.Y., for “Monitor City.” A Greek tragedy set in a futuristic science-fiction…

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