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Continued: UW-Stout students go to Hollywood to pitch ideas for animated TV series.

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Moua was spending much of her time preparing the “pitch Bible,” a printed portfolio outlining in detail their show’s characters, its premise and design. She was also outlining how the 15-minute presentation to about half a dozen Henson executives would unfold. It’s the kind of real-life pre-production work she hopes to do one day in the film industry, possibly in documentary work. “For me, I like to tell people’s stories,” she said.

It’s been a challenge, she said, but it’s also been rewarding.

”The most important part is the growth,” she said. “When I think about where I started, I’ve come a long way.”

Jim Anderson • 651-925-5039 Twitter: @StribJAnderson





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