Princess Grace Award:
Film Undergraduate, 2018
Clark Burnett is a film director from New Jersey studying at Yale University. He is cocreator of Now, In Color, a documentary web series dedicated to expanding the perception of blackness in America. It has been featured in The New York Times, Teen Vogue, WNPR CT public radio, and other places. His short films and documentaries have been screened across the country, earning recognition in such places as The Yale Policy Lab, The New Haven Documentary Film Festival, The Garden State Film Festival, and The Scholastic Art and Writing Competition. The Library of Congress has archived his work as part of a project on WWII Veterans. Clark has interned at Florentine Films, Ken Burns production company, and Genius, creating videos which have been viewed over 300,000 times.
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