Greenwood resident wins film honorable mention

by | Jun 12, 2009

Greenwood resident Cheryl Crow won an honorable mention in the UW Pocketmedia Film Festival. UW students, faculty, staff or alumni could produce a film no more than 90 seconds long, shot with a small video camera, a mobile phone or other electronic device small enough to fit in a pocket, all to answer the question, “What do You Do at the UW?”
Thirty-five films were entered. Crow’s film was titled, “All in a Day’s Shoe.”

Cheryl Crow, a training and education coordinator at the UW Medical Center, uses several pairs of her shoes to show her typical day at the university: one pair of running shoes for trips between UW Tower and the medical center, another for soccer games with people in the electrical engineering department and dancing slippers for sessions with UW Swing Kids.

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