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Fine Cut Festival of Films Press Materials

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KCET’s annual FINE CUT Festival of Films is now accepting submissions from local film school students. The festival encourages promising filmmakers who are currently enrolled in Southern California film schools to submit short films (25 minutes or less) in the categories of Documentary, Animation and Narrative for consideration for prizes as well as to be included in a series of one-hour broadcast episodes airing and streaming on KCET and kcet.org/finecut this fall. The deadline to submit is June 5, 2021 at filmfreeway.com/FineCut. The FINE CUT Festival of Films is KCET’s flagship program showcasing local student filmmaking, with funding made possible by The Bridges / Larson Foundation.

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The 2021 FINE CUT Festival of Films will host a special new speaker series featuring entertainment industry professionals Talicia Raggs, Melissa Blake, Weiko Lin and Jill Gilbert (pictured left to right).
The 2021 FINE CUT Festival of Films will host a special new speaker series featuring entertainment industry professionals Talicia Raggs, Melissa Blake, Weiko Lin and Jill Gilbert (pictured left to right).

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