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Congratualtions to "Sisterhood of the Night" director Caryn Waechter.  The project received the most votes to win February's Project of the Month.  The prize is a consultation from the Sundance Institute. If you’re a filmmaker (or know one) and you want us to consider an in-production film for our Project of the Day column, fill out the form here. Here's a synopsis of the winning project: Sisterhood is a modern version of the Salem witch trials, adapted from a short story by Pulitzer Prize-winning author Steven Millhauser (Martin Dressler, "Eisenheim the Illusionist"). The heart of the story is about how teens connect with each other through art, friendship, and the power of secrets. For more information on the project, go here. »

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