WSSN Showcase: WA cinema produced by local citizens and shown in local venues
The WSSN Showcase is a selection of our state's finest cinematic talents.
Submissions are currently being accepted until February 22.
Selected submissions will be showing in theaters in Bellingham and Edmonds, March 1 and 9.
The Washington State Studio Network (WSSN) has teamed up with Bellingham Film Festivals (BFF) to pioneer this rare opportunity in independent film distribution.
"Independent film too often gets unseen and unheard, sitting in the basements and closets and hard drives of their creators, this is a chance for Washington citizens to see what their neighbors are creating," said WSSN Head Operator John Baunsgard.
The showcase will include films in categories such as animation, documentary, music videos, commercial, experimental and amateur (17 and under).
The objective of the WSSN is to establish a working relationship for film distribution with college campuses and art house theaters.
The WSSN also provides structure in the form of a co-op for local film companies to pool resources and cooperatively bring their individual visions to fruition, all while pioneering independent distribution.
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