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Paul Mazursky, Martha Coolidge, Richard Pearce at Student Academy Awards Dinner

Liz Chae, Martha Coolidge, Jeremy Joffee, Richard Edlund, Brendan Bellomo

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences' 2009 Student Academy Award winners and members of the Board of Governors on Friday, June 12, in Beverly Hills.

Front row (left to right): winner Cassandra Lizaire, winner Kelly Asmuth, winner Liz Chae, winner Lauren DeAngelis, winner Robyn Yannoukos, winner Per Hanefjord, Richard Pearce and Paul Mazursky.

Second row (left to right): Mark Goldblatt, Cheryl Boone Isaacs, Martha Coolidge, Owen Roizman, Rosemary Brandenburg, winner Gregg Helvey and winner Jeremy Joffee.

Third row (left to right): Don Hall, Marvin Levy, Bill Taylor, Leonard Engelman, Academy Vice President Robert Rehme, Curt Behlmer, Frank Pierson and Richard Edlund.

Back row (left to right): Jon Bloom, Carl Bell, Arthur Hamilton, winner Jed Henry, winner Joaquin Baldwin, winner Kwibum Chung, winner Glenn Harmon and winner Brendan Bellomo.

Photo: Todd Wawrychuk / © A.M.P.A.S.

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