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Capitol Hill to host 2014 Seattle Deaf Film Festival

Arts organization Deaf Spotlight has an open call out for submissions to the 2nd annual Seattle Deaf Film Festival, which will take place next spring on Capitol Hill.

The first Deaf Film Festival was held at the University of Washington’s Kane Hall, but this year the films will be screened at the Northwest Film Forum on April 4-6, 2014.

In order to be considered for inclusion, a film must be made by a member of the deaf community – either deaf, hard of hearing, or the child of a deaf adult.

Organizers are accepting submissions in the genres of Documentary, Drama, Animation, Thriller/Action and Musical/Comedy. Submissions received before July 31 will receive a lower price for entry.

Check the festival’s website for more info.

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I've lived on Capitol Hill since age 0.5. Now I'm channeling that Hill experience into my work as 2013 CHS Summer Intern, where I'll be reporting on community happenings, art, music, and just about everything going on around the neighborhood.
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