Lights, Camera, Action: City Asks Neighborhoods to Share Stories

By Kiersten Throndsen/KOMO News (RVP news partner)

SEATTLE – The Next Fifty and Seattle Department of Neighborhoods are looking for interested neighbors to participate in ‘A Story Runs Through It’ – a community video project designed to celebrate Seattle’s neighborhoods and bring them together.

Interested neighbors are encouraged to make a three-minute video to share.

You can submit your finished work now through August 31.

Small cash prizes will be awarded to finalists as well as the opportunity to have your video shown during a festival at The Next Fifty’s Civic Action month in October.

The city is offering three free film-making workshops at the Seattle Center.

Go here for more information or to register for the workshops.

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