Puppy Love

The first McDonald's Lovin' Video Competition awarded up-and-coming filmmaker Richard T. Fields from Prince George's County $2,500 for his submission, "Puppy Love," which embodied his idea of sharing the love.

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Md. native, recent graduate, wins McDonald’s Lovin’ Video Competition

A series of exciting events began to unfold in Richard T. Fields’ life in May and June of this year. Although the 26-year-old recently earned his master of fine arts degree (MFA) in Film and Electronic Media from American University (AU) in Washington, D.C, he has already begun to gain noteworthy recognition as a filmmaker.

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McDonald's and the American Black Film Festival announce Lovin' Video Competition Winner

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McDonald's USA and the American Black Film Festival joined forces for the first McDonald's Lovin' Video Competition. The winner of this year's competition was Richard T. Fields of Prince George's County, Md., for his submission, "Puppy Love."