[CLOSED] Win a Pair of Passes to the 2018 Winter Cinema Series | KCET
[CLOSED] Win a Pair of Passes to the 2018 Winter Cinema Series
In honor of 2018's season of Fine Cut, we're giving away a pair of passes to the winter KCET Cinema Series. The series runs from October 23rd to December 11th with weekly advance screenings of films followed by Q&A's held at the Arclight Theater in Sherman Oaks.
To participate in this sweepstakes, follow the instructions:
1. If you don't already have one, create an Instagram account.
2. Follow KCET on Instagram.
3. Create and post an Instagram video showing us what a day in the life of a filmmaker looks like.*
4. Tag @KCET in the video and use the hashtag #finecutfilmmaker
*Your account and post must be public.
The winner will be announced at some point during the television broadcast season premiere of Fine Cut on Wednesday, September 26th at 9 pm.
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