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Working on a film with a California twist? KQED-San Francisco has launched a new documentary series where they partner with filmmakers to get their films completed and broadcast. Check out the announcement below, and visit the web site for more details.  This looks to be a good opportunity to work directly with a local PBS station and get a wide audience.

KQED Public Television in San Francisco seeks one hour documentaries for the third season of Truly CA, a showcase for eclectic films about the golden state. Filmmakers will be offered significant post production resources to complete broadcast versions of their films, including: an online, sound mix, closed captioning, promotion, a web site, plus a licensing fee and broadcast. Projects should be completed films, fine cuts, advanced rough cuts, or festival versions. Submissions must be postmarked no later than October 1, 2006. Visit for details.

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