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The 1968 documentary ‘The Queen’ is among the films in ‘Blank Spaces.’ The Broadcast Educator Association’s Festival of Media Arts honored a collaborative project between Bentonville Film Festival and the University of Arkansas Department of Communication with two awards at the Broadcast Educator Association (BEA) 2022 Conference on Tuesday.

Blank Spaces: Breaking Barriers and Celebrating Authenticity in Queer Films – An Interactive Timeline was awarded both Best of Festival in the Interactive Multimedia and Emerging Technologies Competition and Best of Competition in the Interactive Reality Category.

Blank Spaces is one of 19 entries, out of over 1,500 submissions from 300 schools, to win Best of Festival. The short film acknowledges the contributions of barrier-breaking individuals and milestone films that advanced LGBTQ+ voices needing a greater presence in the film industry.

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