Prestigious Film Award Goes to Georgetown’s VP for Mission and Ministry
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Rev. Mark Bosco, S.J., Georgetown’s vice president for mission and ministry, has received the first Library of Congress Lavine/Ken Burns Prize for a film he co-directed and produced about the life of Catholic author Flannery O’Connor.
The Better Angels Society, the Library of Congress and the Crimson Lion/Lavine Family Foundation announced today that the prize, which provides Bosco and co-director Elizabeth Coffman with a $200,000 finishing grant, has been awarded to FLANNERY, a feature-length documentary.
Coffman is an associate professor at Loyola University Chicago, where Bosco served as an associate professor of English and theology before he came to Georgetown.
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