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DEADLINE EXTENDED! May 20th through June 21st, student filmmakers, 18 and up, can submit to the annual "Fine Cut Festival of Films," for a chance to be one of the lucky finalists featured in one of the six-half-hour episodes on KCET in the Fall. Our esteemed panel of industry judges will choose a winning film in the categories of Documentary, Narrative and Animation for a prize package.
Plus, one of those films will be picked for the top prize of the Jack Larson Southern California Student Filmmaker Award. Twenty years ago Jack Larson approached KCET with the idea of creating a student film series that would provide talented students with the opportunity to have their short films aired on television. Larson thought that public television was an excellent platform for providing critical visibility to emerging filmmakers. KCET shared Larson's enthusiasm and together they created, "Fine Cut Festival of Films."
Donald Trump calls Iran a “nation of terror”; the WHO decides against declaring the recent ebola outbreak a global emergency; thousands of Brazilians protest the president’s pension reforms; and a Qatar discrimination case against the UAE is approved,
"Herman's House" is a moving account of the remarkable expression Herman Wallace's struggle found in an unusual project proposed by artist Jackie Sumell.
The U.S. accuses Iran of attacking two vessels in the Gulf of Oman; Sudan’s ruling military council admits ordering the dispersal of a sit-in protest; and a second person dies of ebola in Uganda.
A veteran chef faces off against his restaurant group's new CEO, who wants to the establishment to lose a star from its rating in order to bring in a younger chef who specializes in molecular gastronomy.
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