Reel NW films selected for the 2013 PBS Online Film Festival

Reel NW films selected for the 2013 PBS Online Film Festival

PBS ONLINE FILM FESTIVAL 2013

The Pacific Northwest will be represented at the second annual PBS Online Film Festival. Three short films from KCTS 9’s Reel NW series are among the 25 short films that are featuring in the 2013 festival.

The Reel NW films selected are:

Capsule by Antonio (Tony) Altamirano, about two astronauts struggling to stay alive as their crashed space capsule slowly runs out of oxygen.

Honor the Treaties directed by Eric Becker. The film examines photographer Aaron Huey’s work for Native American rights on the Pine Ridge Reservation.

The House I Keep by Jhene Erwin and Jennifer Little, is a story of a woman coming to terms after suffering a miscarriage.

The online festival will be accessible beginning March 4 on all PBS digital platforms, YouTube, and PBS social media channels. Check out the preview trailer.

Cast your vote for the People’s Choice Award:

Viewers may vote for their favorite short film in the PBS Online Film Festival from March 4 through March 22. The film with the most votes will receive the People's Choice Award. The winning film will be announced in early April.

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