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KCTS 9 Seeks Films for Season Three of Reel NW

Indie filmmakers: Don’t miss an opportunity to get your work in front of a film-loving public television audience on the Northwest Emmy-winning series Reel NW from Seattle PBS station KCTS 9.

We’re looking for features, documentaries and shorts with a Northwest connection—either made by a Northwest filmmaker, shot in the Northwest, or featuring a Northwest subject. Selected films will air on KCTS 9 during the upcoming third season of Reel NW, bringing the best in local independent film to public television audiences in Seattle, Vancouver, B.C., and beyond.

Three of the films featured in season one were nominated for NW Emmy awards: Sweet Crude, Paddle to Seattle, and Man Zou: Beijing to Shanghai; with Man Zou’s Jason Reid winning for Best Director—Post Production. Back to the Garden from season one and three of the films featured on season two—Yellow Sticky Notes, Mighty Jerome, and Carts of Darkness—have been nominated for 2012 NW Emmy awards.

To submit your film:  Fill out the online form and send a non-returnable DVD screener to: KCTS 9, 401 Mercer Street, Seattle, WA 98109. The deadline for submissions is July 2, 2012. We will only consider completed films. Submission of a film to KCTS 9 does not constitute a contract and not all films submitted to KCTS 9 will be selected for airing.

Once you’ve sent us your materials, connect with us on Facebook and Twitter for the latest information about Reel NW.

Headquartered in Seattle, KCTS 9 is the premier source for public media that informs, involves and inspires 2.4 million viewers each week in Washington state and across Canada. KCTS 9’s film series, Reel NW, champions the work of a talented local independent filmmaking community by bringing the best features, documentaries and shorts to film-loving public television audiences. For more information and online programming, visit KCTS9.org.KCTS 9 SEEKS FILMS FOR SEASON THREE OF REEL NW


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