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Exciting Changes at Washington Filmworks

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In recent weeks, Washington Filmworks has been travelling the state to discuss our film community’s legislative success.  We’ve.

So Much To Celebrate at SIFF

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[vimeo http://www.vimeo.com/40900362 w=500&h=281] The Seattle International Film Festival (SIFF) is one of North America’s preeminent film events, and.

Fore! for Film

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If you were in Downtown Seattle during lunchtime you might have found yourself in the middle of a golf driving range. Rest assured, you weren’t imagining things.

We’re Open For Business

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Washington Filmworks would like to announce we are officially accepting applications for projects. If you have a project that qualifies for funding assistance, don’t hesitate to give us a call.

Great Things Are In Store

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Last night (March 29, 2012) Governor Gregoire signed E2SSB 5539, the bill that renews the Motion Picture Competitiveness Program. This action reinstates the program that ended last year and establishes a new sunset date in June of 2017.

Exciting Breaking News – Gov. to Sign E2SSB 5539

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This evening Governor Gregoire will sign E2SSB 5539, the bill that renews the Motion Picture Competitiveness Program, into.

URGENT – Please Write Gov. Gregoire

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Our legislative team has reiterated how vital it is that supporters of the Motion Picture Competitiveness Program continue to file “letters of opinion” in support of 2ESSB 5539. If you have already written, please write again and help spread the word. Do not delay.

Washington Makes Great Films

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Take a moment to appreciate the magnitude of this achievement. With a modest incentive, Washington has fostered 1/3 of the films from this list. Not only are these movies charming critics, but they are hits with festival audiences and juries. For example, ‘Eden’ recently took home the SXSW Audience Award and director Megan Griffiths shared the Emergent Narrative Woman Director Award.

Help Our Bill Become Law

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Our leglislative team in Olympia has indicated that it is important for film industry professionals to contact Governor Gregoire’s office to file what are referred to as “letters of opinion” in support of the Motion Picture Competitiveness Program (2ESSB 5539). The more letters her office receives, the more likely a bill signing ceremony will be scheduled quickly.

Thank You for Your Support

March 9, 2012 Blog, Call To Action
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Congratulations. The film community’s vigilance and support were integral to the successful renewal of the Motion Picture Competitiveness.