For Our Underwater Neighborhood
Event Series see PSSTS Press Kit
For Our Invisible Shoreline
Event Series see Invisible Press Kit
For SEA-Inside: Pacific Northwest TV Series press info see below:
Press Info for SEA-Inside:
- John F. Williams
- (360) 598-4152
- Still Hope Productions, Inc.
- P.O. Box 1407
- 20, as of October 2009
episode is around 25 minutes long, consisting of several
videos from 1 to 15 minutes each
series is produced by: John F. Williams, Still Hope
Inc. The several videos within each episode are produced and
directed by a variety of people.
- Still Hope Productions, Inc.
What is the purpose of this show?
- The mission of SEA-Inside:
Pacific Northwest is to introduce people
in the Pacific
Northwest to their underwater neighbors. There is a lot of
talk about, and some
action to, preserve our oceans and waterways. But when it
to getting public support for these efforts, there's a big obstacle --
most people have no idea what the marine ecosystems are like, much less
how important or how stressed they are -- even the ones nearest to
them. This half-hour TV series addresses that problem by
into people's living rooms seldom seen underwater creatures and the
intricate relationships between them. SEA-Inside:
Pacific Northwest blends video, art, literature, science,
and photography to provide a multi-facted look at the world beneath the
the TV Series
- In video-magazine format, each episode
Pacific Northwest features several underwater-themed
videos by a variety of producers.
in its fourth year airing on community stations around Puget Sound and
around the country, SEA-Inside:
is a half-hour TV series produced by Suquamish, Washington resident and
underwater videographer John F. Williams. "The point of this
TV series is to introduce people in the Pacific Northwest to their
underwater neighbors," said Williams, "it's the only thing like it in
the region. The focus is on the Pacific Northwest,
but a few videos from all over the globe are included, since similar
issues are present in every ocean."
are altering our environment on such a huge scale that the oceans can
no longer buffer us against our own mistakes," Williams continues, "so
awareness of what's going on in our waters is especially important now
-- we need voters who are informed about this invisible environment."
is a non-profit project that provides a new half-hour TV show about the
underwater world every other month.
Where is it broadcast?
is broadcast on 60 community cable TV
(public access, educational, government
the Pacific Northwest and around the country (from British Columbia
to Florida, from Maine to southern California,
including some small towns like Washington DC, and San
reaches 5 million homes. For a list of stations, click on the
"WHERE TO SEE IT" link.
How is this series funded?
Pacific Northwest is a non-profit
with Northwest Film Forum and eligible for tax-deductable
donations. The series is made possible by donations,
content, and mainly volunteer labor. It See the "SPONSORS"
TO HELP" links for details.
What are examples of what's in the TV series?
on the link labeled "Episodes" to see details of each episode.