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Saul Zaentz was a Hollywood producer who won three Academy Awards for Best Picture: "The English Patient," "Amadeus," and "One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest." He died in 2014, leaving behind a foundation that, among other things, established a new film incubator at Johns Hopkins University. Launched in March with a $1 million grant, the Saul Zaentz Innovation Fund in Film and Media supports prospective filmmakers and audio/visual artists who submit ideas for projects and get some mentoring before going into production. We hear about some of the fellows and their unique projects from Roberto Busó-García, director of the fund and the Hopkins Master of Arts in Film & Media program.
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