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Reel NW Extra - SAVING LUNA Interview
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Interview with SAVING LUNA filmmakers

Host Warren Etheredge talks to journalists and filmmakers Michael Parfit and Suzanne Chisholm about their documentary SAVING LUNA.

Reel NW Extra with John Keister
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Writer and comedian John Keister talks to the filmmakers of Welcome to Doe Bay regarding making of the feature documentary.

Reel NW Filmmaker Interviews

Reel NW Extra: SAVING LUNA - Interview with filmmakers Michael Parfit and Suzanne Chisholm

Michael Parfit and Suzanne Chisholm went to Nootka Sound for a few weeks to cover a story for a magazine, they ended up staying three years. Find out why, in this interview with the filmmakers. Hosted by Warren Etheredge. Learn more about SAVING LUNA.

What do we do if a story like Luna's happens again? Warren Etheredge asks the filmmakers of SAVING LUNA in part 2 of the interview.

Reel NW Extra: Filmmaker Lynn Shelton interviews Reel NW Shorts filmmakers

Award winning director Lynn Shelton talks with three of the filmmakers, Eric Becker (Honor the Treaties), Peter Edlund (Love, Seattle), and Jhene Erwin (The House I Keep), from Reel NW season 3 shorts about their work and the film scene in Seattle.

Reel NW Extra: Interview with 'Welcome to Doe Bay' filmmakers, hosted by John Keister

Writer and comedian John Keister hosts a conversation with Dan Thornton, Nesib C.B. Shamah, and Sarah Crowe, the filmmakers of Reel NW feature, Welcome to Doe Bay.


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