Though there are venues for local filmmakers to present the fruits of their labor, it could hardly be said that opportunities to reach a large audience are plentiful in the area. KCTS’s Reel NW, a program that’s a little over a year old, represents a rare chance to show a project to a potential audience that reaches most of Western Washington; this last Monday, they aired four short subject films. Jose Amador discusses them in length.
Salise Hughes’ brilliant evocation of a decimated New Orleans, after the storm.
Enjoy this film, a short trip down the Monorail to Seattle Center, circa 1961.