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The votes for People’s Choice are in!
Nicholas Moyer and Nate Norell will take home a prize package worth over $20,000 toward gear and supplies for their next project. Watch their winning short film, "Kip".
Nineteen 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”.
This season featured six half-hour episodes showcasing a collection of short films from schools across Southern California and the top four in the following categories were chosen by our esteemed panel of judges and awarded a place at The American Pavilion’s screening at Cannes Film Festival 2019.
Documentary: “al imam” from USC’s Omar Aldakheel
Narrative: “One Small Step” from USC’s Aqsa Altaf
Animation: “Where I was Born” from Cal State’s Jungmin Cha
Jack Larson Southern California Student Filmmaker Award: “Raccoon and the Light” from Cal State’s Hanna Kim
The 18th annual Fine Cut Festival of Films is a collection of short films from student and emerging filmmakers. In this episode, "The Bug" from the U.S. (Comedy), "I am Aliya" from Slovenia (Drama), "Out of the Village" from the United States (Drama), "#SalveRegina" from Hungary (Experimental), and "For Dad" from the United States (Drama).
A young woman comes to terms with her condition
"I am Aliya"
Mads and Alf unravel the corrupt practices at Nova Bank, not realizing that their boss Nanna is reporting their findings to Nova's chairman, the very man they are trying to bring down.
The story of 104-year-old activist David Goodall’s last days in Europe as he farewells family and campaigns for the right to die.
Stuart Ramsay travels to Mexico, where newly released figures indicate 2017 has been the deadliest year in the country's history.
In Chicago, a poet/rapper, a mural artist, an actor/writer and a footwork dance crew empower their communities to fight the city’s segregation problem.
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