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Trailers for May 2020

KCET Earth Focus Environmental Film Festival


Saturday, April 21 from 9:30 am-5:00 pm

Laemmle Monica Film Center

1332 2nd Street
Santa Monica, CA 90401

https://www.kcet.org/shows/earth-focus/2018-earth-focus-environmental-film-festival-tickets-and-information

The 2nd annual EARTH FOCUS ENVIRONMENTAL FILM FESTIVAL in Los Angeles takes place on April 21st in partnership with Laemmle's theatres and is open to the public (many of which are FREE) kicking off at 9:30 am with an environmental shorts screening from UCLA's Laboratory for Environmental Narrative Strategies(LENS) program followed by four acclaimed films including March of the Penguins 2: The Next Step (10 am), The Last Animals (11 am), Evolution of Organic (12 noon), Jane (2:30 pm) and closing with a screening of two back-to-back episodes from KCET and Link TV’s new season of EARTH FOCUS (5 pm), exploring how environmental changes are forcing all living creatures to adapt in order to survive. Tickets are available at kcet.org/green.  Each screening is introduced by a celebrity environmental activist and is followed by a panel Q&A.

The EARTH FOCUS ENVIRONMENTAL FILM FESTIVAL is a full-day event that will also showcase green organizations in Los Angeles that include Heal the Bay, River LA, Sierra Club, Citizens’ Climate Lobby, Project Save Our Sur, and L.A. Works with tables upstairs in the mezzanine area at the Laemmle’s Monica offering important environmental educational information and volunteer opportunities to attendees.

All films are unrated and there is no age limit for any of the films featured in the EARTH FOCUS Environmental Film festival. It's a good idea to arrive about 30 minutes prior to the start of the film. Additionally, Laemmle’s Theatres is offering a special discounted deal of $5 for a popcorn and soda all day to attendees of the festival.

Public Transportation:

Go Metro and take the Expo Line to the last stop:  Downtown Santa Monica Station and walk a quick ten minutes to the festival. Attendees will receive a free KCET hat by showing a TAP card at check in.

Drive Yourself:

We recommend parking in City Parking Structure #4, directly across the street from the theatre. If this lot is full, you can park at the next structure one block north on 2nd Street. The rates are as follows:
- First 90 minutes free
- $1.25 for the next hour
- $1.85 each additional 30 minutes
- $17.50 maximum daily

The theater is located on 2nd St., between Santa Monica Blvd., and Arizona Ave.

Join the conversation on social media using #EarthFocus and #KCETgreen

 


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FINE CUT Kicks Off 19th Annual Festival: Short Film Competition for Southern California Schools

Name: 
KCET
Festival presentation: 
 
Short Film Competition for Southern California Schools
FINE CUT Kicks Off 19th Annual Festival
 With Call for Entries; Deadline May 25, 2018
 
For Second Year in a Row, KCET Partners With The American Pavilion
To Offer Four Winning Filmmakers a Trip to the 2019 Cannes Film Festival 
 
kcet.org/finecut
 
Burbank, Calif. – May 1, 2018 – KCET, the nation’s largest independent public television station,, announced today a call for filmmaking’s most original entries for the 19th Annual [ http://www.kcet.org/finecut ]FINE CUT Festival of Films, a collection of short films from Southern California student filmmakers that range from cutting-edge animation to the best in documentary cinema. Interested filmmakers currently enrolled in Southern California film schools can submit their short films (25 minutes or under) up until May 25, 2018 for consideration at [https://filmfreeway.com/FineCut?utm_campaign=Fine+Cut&utm_medium=External&utm_source=Submission+Button ]FilmFreeway.com. Four Honorees in the categories of Documentary, Animation, Narrative and Viewers Choice will have an opportunity to be a part of the most important event on the global film calendar, the 72nd annual Cannes International Film Festival, in May of 2019 thanks to a partnership with [ http://www.ampav.com/ ]The American Pavilion, the epicenter of American hospitality and communication at the world’s largest film market. 
 
The winning Animation, Documentary, Narrative and Viewers Choice Award films will be selected as part of the Emerging Filmmakers Showcase at the Cannes Film Festival in 2019, hosted by The American Pavilion as well as a networking event. Each filmmaker will receive a cash prize up to $500 to use towards airfare and accommodations for five nights (dates TBD), through The American Pavilion Emerging Filmmaker Travel Accommodations.  
 
All short films selected as part of the [ https://www.kcet.org/finecut ]FINE CUT Film Festival will be included in a series of half-hour broadcast episodes on [ http://www.kcet.org ]KCET that will be aired this fall.  Additionally, three of the winning films from The 21st Annual American Pavilion Emerging Filmmaker Showcase competition taking place May 8 through May 19 in Cannes, France will be featured in the FINE CUT broadcast series slated to air this fall on KCET in Southern California.
 
Top films will be evaluated by a carefully selected panel of judges which last year consisted of nine acclaimed industry experts that included KCET MUST SEE MOVIES host Pete Hammond, the International Documentary Association's Executive Director Simon Kilmurry, "Bloodline" actress Linda Cardellini, producer and former talent agent John Ptak, "Project Greenlight" Producer Effie T. Brown, IndieWire staff writer Steve Greene, Peruvian filmmaker Javier Fuentes-León and Academy Award® winning short filmmakers Corinne Marrinan and Chris Tashima.  2018 judges will be announced at a later date.
All films submitted as entries to the 19th Annual FINE CUT Film Festival are also eligible for the Viewers Choice Competition, where filmmakers will have a chance to have their peers vote online at kcet.org during and up to one-week after the broadcast date. Winners will be notified on August 1, 2018 just prior to a scheduled September/October screening event.
The winning films in the Animation, Documentary and Narrative categories will have the chance to win The Jack Larson SPOTLIGHT Award, prize to be determined. 
 
The festival is a tribute to FINE CUT founder Jack Larson who was an American actor, librettist, screenwriter and producer who may be best known for his portrayal of photographer/reporter Jimmy Olsen in the 1952-1958 television series “Adventures of Superman.” In the late 1990’s Larson approached Southern California’s [ http://www.KCET.org ]KCET with the idea of creating a student film series that would provide talented students with the much needed opportunity to have their short films selected for television broadcast.  Larson understood how difficult it was for young filmmakers to get broad exposure for their work because, typically, student work is only seen at special screenings and film festivals. 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, which continues to be a flagship program for KCET today. 
 
RULES: Student filmmakers must be currently enrolled or have been enrolled in a Southern California School January 2016 to present.  Films completed prior to January 1, 2016, are not eligible for consideration for FINE CUT. Films that have been submitted for FINE CUT consideration in previous years are not eligible for submission for 2018 Fine Cut consideration. All short films selected by the expert judging panel will be part of one of the six half-hour broadcast episodes, and all accepted shorts are eligible for awards in the Competition. Short Films must have a total running time of 25 minutes or under, including credits. Shorts may not have been released on DVD, broadcast on television or the Internet to still remain eligible for our Shorts Competition. Read the full rules and regulations at [ https://filmfreeway.com/FineCut?utm_campaign=Fine+Cut&utm_medium=External&utm_source=Submission+Button ]FilmFreeway.co
 
Additional sponsors for the coming season of FINE CUT include Quixote Studios and Keslow Camera.
Join the conversation on social media using #FineCut
 
Funding for Fine Cut is generously provided by The Bridges/Larson Foundation
 
*KCET is expected to merge with PBS SoCal, subject to regulatory approvals, by mid-2018. Until that time, both organizations will continue with their own general programming and operational strategies. *
 
ABOUT KCET
On-air, online and in the community, KCET plays a vital role in the cultural and educational enrichment of Southern and Central California. KCET offers a wide range of award-winning local programming as well as the finest public television programs from around the world. Throughout its 53-year history, KCET has won hundreds of major awards for its local and regional news and public affairs programming, its national drama and documentary productions, its quality educational family and children's programs, its outreach and community services and its website, kcet.org. KCET is a donor-supported community institution. For additional information about KCET productions, web-exclusive content, programming schedules and community events, please visit kcet.org. KCET is a part of the KCETLink Media Group. Select original programming from KCET is also available for streaming on Apple TV and Roku platforms.
 
ABOUT THE AMERICAN PAVILION
The American Pavilion, celebrating its 28th year as the epicenter of American hospitality and communication at the Cannes International Film Festival, brings together both professional and emerging filmmakers along with industry executives from across the globe. A sought after destination for information, orientation, and recreation, it accommodates the needs of its members, guests and sponsors in a dynamic business environment. ~With its impressive array of amenities and services, AmPav provides an opportunity to relax in very comfortable surroundings.
 
The American Pavilion boasts the Roger Ebert Conference Series which offers insightful and provocative panel discussions and in-conversations with filmmakers, talent and top leaders; a restaurant and bar that provide fast service with a smile throughout the day and is open to all festival badge holders after 6:00pm most evenings; a coffee bar; complimentary WiFi and charging stations; a media terrace with a panoramic view of the Riviera; the Emerging Filmmaker Showcase; the Culinary Program featuring chefs from across the US and Canada; the Worldwide Student Program; and public and private rental for parties and receptions.
 
Address: 
2900 w alameda ave
City: 
Burbank
State: 
California
Zip code: 
91505
Film call for entry deadline: 
05/25/2018
Country: 
United States
Festival Nickname: 
FINE CUT Kicks Off Annual Festival
Edition: 
19
Festival Logo: 
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