Just ‘Shoot Me Nicely’

(Above: Linda Hamilton in the ‘Shoot Me Nicely’ pilot)

Shoot Me Nicely was recently named best web series at New York City’s Indie Film Festival. Previously this year, the show was named best series at the Snowdance Independent Film Festival and won a best episode American Film Award.

So we decided to tell you how to stream the series – only to discover that it doesn’t exist! Instead, Shoot Me Nicely is a 20-minute pilot, and you can’t even watch that online because it’s been playing the film festival circuit (whose rules usually prohibit any mass distribution).

Here’s star Linda Hamilton discussing the proposed series a few months ago, including a clip from the film:

In the “series,” Hamilton plays the agent of a photographer (John Behlmann) who “inadvertently exposes a conservative talk show host’s ‘little’ secret,” unhinging his “already complicated life.”

Find out more about Shoot Me Nicely at shootmenicely.com, including a schedule of upcoming festival screenings.

About Les Luchter

Les Luchter is a former managing editor of Multichannel News, editor-in-chief of Cable Marketing, and news editor of Broadcast Week.

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