GRANT RECIPIENTS: BLYTHE FRANK
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Blythe Frank was born in a small New England mill town, and raised in Connecticut and on Cape Cod. A performer for many years, Blythe studied classical acting at the Eugene O'Neill Theatre Center and at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art. She went on to receive her B.A. and M.A. in Comparative Literature from The American University of Paris, and the Sorbonne, respectively. After writing and producing her award-winning short film, Off Season, Blythe entered the MFA Film program at Columbia University in New York, where she is currently an MFA candidate in Film Producing. Her thesis project, "The Kindness of Strangers" was the recipient of the New Line Cinema Development Award and received a Best Producer's honor at the 2004 Columbia Film Festival. She is currently at work completing a feature length documentary on the New York International Ballet Competition, which was the recipient of a grant from the Lincoln Center Performing Arts Library and has several other projects in development

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