9:30 Club TV Show Seeks Three-Minute Videos From Public

by Andrew Ramonas February 25, 2016 at 4:57 pm 0

180 @ 9:30 (Image via Live at 9:30)Filmmakers in D.C. and throughout the world have a chance of getting 180 seconds of airtime on the forthcoming PBS television series filmed at the 9:30 Club.

The TV music variety show, “Live at 9:30,” is taking submissions from the public for its “180 at 9:30” short-film segments. The films — which must last exactly three minutes and “be music-related or prominently feature music ” — will air during each episode, according to a Live at 9:30 news release distributed today.

The news release added:

Filmmakers up for the challenge, should send email no later than April 30th, 2016 to [email protected]. The email should include:

– A short treatment of your idea
– A rough proposed budget
– A resume or bio
– Links to previous work as well as other information as needed – e.g., info on
principal cast, equipment you’d use.

The “Live At 9:30” viewing committee will review all submissions and will fund the projects they find innovative, entertaining and compelling.

The show is scheduled to make its debut this spring.

Image via Live at 9:30


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