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Andrew HalaszNoteworthy: Provided the post-production sound for Pierogies, a documentary showing at the 31st annual Three Rivers Film Festival.Age: 45Neighborhood: Squirrel HillFamily: Wife, Alison; one daughterEducation: Bachelor’s degree in communications with a film concentration, William Paterson University, Wayne, N.J., 1999; master of fine arts in Film & Digital Technology, Chatham University, 2008.Occupation: Assistant professor in the Cinema & Digital Arts program at Point Park University.Quote: “You could tell people had this recognition of pierogies – what they mean and what they are, food that unites people in a sort of way.”
Thursday, Nov. 15, 2012, 12:01 a.m.
 

Noteworthy: Provided the post-production sound for “Pierogies,” a documentary showing at the 31st annual Three Rivers Film Festival, which runs through Saturday.

Age: 45

Residence: Squirrel Hill

Family: Wife, Alison; one daughter.

Occupation: Assistant professor in the Cinema & Digital Arts program at Point Park University.

Education: Bachelor's degree in communications with a film concentration, William Paterson University, Wayne, N.J., 1999; Master of Fine Arts in film and digital technology, Chatham University, 2008.

Quote: “You could tell people had this recognition of pierogies — what they mean and what they are, food that unites people in a sort of way.”

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