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Behind the Scenes at the Seattle International Film Festival | SIFF 2015

What does it take to put on the largest film festival in the United States?

Each year, the Seattle International Film Festival (SIFF) brings hundreds of films and filmmakers from around the world to the Pacific Northwest. KCTS 9 gives you a glimpse behind the scenes of SIFF 2015, showcasing 450 films from 92 countries – including 49 world premieres and 51 North American premieres, on 12 screens – to about 150,000 people over 25 days.

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Stephen Hegg

Stephen is a 25-year veteran of KCTS, producing a wide range of cultural and public affairs series, documentaries and arts programming.  His credits include PIE, Something in the Water  (PBS feature on Seattle’s indie music scene), the gala opening of Benaroya Hall, and documentaries on Asahel and Edward Curtis, Dan Sullivan and Doris Chase.  Seattle-born, Hegg is a graduate of Whitworth University and is also an accomplished violinist and avid cyclist.

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