Pamela Woolford and her executive producer/muse/mother Sadie Woolford after receiving the 2019 Black Continental Independent Movie Award for Originality for Generation.

Pamela Woolford has been:
-a Maryland House of Delegates Official Citation recipient;
-a Maryland State Arts Council Individual Artist Award winner in screenwriting;
-a 2021 (S)hero in the Women's Giving Circle of Howard County Virtual Mosaic;
-a 2020 Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance Baker Artist Award finalist for literature;
-a 2020 Maryland State Arts Council Creativity Grant recipient;
-a 2020 Storyknife Writers Resident in Homer, Alaska (rescheduled to 2022);
-a 2020 Howard County Arts Council Artist Studio grantee
-a 2019 Horizon Foundation and United Way of Central Maryland Changemaker Challenge Award winner;
-a 2019 NES Artist Resident in Skagaströnd, Iceland;
-a 2019 Maryland State Arts Council Creativity Grant recipient;
-a 2019 Black Continental Independent Movie Award winner for Originality;
-a 2019 CR8:BLK Black Women Cinema Week Audience Choice Award winner;
-a 2019 Black Continental Independent Movie Award nominee for Best Short Film;
-a 2018 North Beach American Film Festival Jury Award winner for Best Experimental Film, Animation Film, or Music Video;
-a 2018 Canada Shorts Award of Commendation winner;
-a two-time 2018 Pushcart Prize nominee (one by Prize contributing editor Mark Wisniewski);
-a 2018 Experimental Forum Honorable Mention Award recipient for "vision and the film's unique contribution to cinema;"
-shortlisted for the 2017 Fish Publishing Short Memoir Prize;
-a 2016 Tucson Festival of Books Literary Awards finalist; and
-a 2014 Rick DeMarinis Short Fiction Contest semifinalist at Cutthroat, A Journal of the Arts.

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