Campus: CSU Los Angeles -- August 6, 2004
Women in Film Presents Scholarship Award to CSULA Student
California State University, Los Angeles' student Gricelda Godinez (South
Gate resident) was recently awarded a prestigious Women in Film School Scholarship
for her academic achievement and internship involvement.
Gricelda Godinez, a senior in the Television, Film, and Media Studies program,
enjoys the theoretical and critical studies aspects of her major. Her goal is to
become a producer for a network or production company after she earns her bachelor's
degree. This past April, she worked as a curating intern for the inaugural
Luckman U.S. Latino Film/Video Festival-Reel Rasquache on the CSULA campus.
"I am very honored and proud to have received this special award. This award gives
me the desire and ambition to do even better and to strive for success," says
John Ramirez, CSULA professor of media studies and co-director of the film festival,
notes: "Gricelda is a most deserving person for this scholarship. She is an
excellent student, insightful and original in her perspectives on media history
and culture. In fact, the shape and quality of the U.S. Latino film festival
owe much to Gricelda's creativity and vision."
WIF is dedicated to providing scholarships to female students based on their
academic standing, artistic talents and commitment to a film-based curriculum
with special consideration for financial need, regardless of age, ethnicity or
religious affiliation. WIF recognizes the need to develop pathways and opportunities
for current and future generations and is committed to fostering academic
For more information on the Women in Film organization, go to
Contact: Margie Yu, Public Affairs Specialist, (323) 343-3047