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New WF Funding Assistance Program Opens

January 25, 2013 Blog, Washington Filmworks News
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The Innovation Cycle opens this January and is designed to explore the intersection of storytelling and technology. The program challenges creative entrepreneurs to produce motion picture content that traverses multiple delivery platforms.

Are You Getting What You’re Paying For?

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Are you on the hunt for health insurance, or curious if you’re getting the most from your existing policy? Washington Filmworks recently reached out to S. Fisher Qua, Director of Health at the Washington Health Foundation. The Washington Health Foundation is a statewide non-profit with more than 20 years dedicated to making Washington the Healthiest State in the Nation.

You Can’t Kill The Killing

January 16, 2013 Blog, Washington Filmworks News
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How will the “Netflix touch” play into future television negotiations? Will they continue to pursue lost programming? If so, what other cancelled shows would you like them to bring back from the dead?

Cutting the Cord

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We watch, share, stream, download… The way we consume video has evolved at an insane pace and the era of watching programs exclusively on cable is a thing of the past.

Flipping the System

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Welcome to 2013, Washington. Many of you have New Year’s resolutions that involve taking better care of yourselves and your health. With this in mind, Washington Filmworks reached out to S. Fisher Qua, Director of Health at the Washington Health Foundation. The Washington Health Foundation is a statewide non-profit with more than 20 years dedicated to making Washington the Healthiest State in the Nation. Below is the first of two guest blog posts that address healthcare and health insurance.

Production Incentive Film A BIT OF BAD LUCK Wraps Principal Photography

December 19, 2012 Blog, Washington Filmworks News
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The Washington Filmworks production incentive project A Bit of Bad Luck recently wrapped principal photography after shooting 22 days in Seattle and Morton, Washington. Written and directed by John Fuhrman, the film stars Cary Elwes (The Princess Bride), Teri Polo (Meet the Parents), and Agnes Bruckner (Blood and Chocolate). The film was produced by Gerrarda O’Beirne, in association with Meadow Point Motion Pictures and LolitaMoon Productions.

Tools of the Trade

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MakerHaus is set to open early next year in Fremont, and will be one of the first businesses of its kind to come to Seattle. Part fabrication shop, part classroom, the organization is intended as a place for craftsmen, designers, fabricators, and other creators to work, learn, network, and build community. How could you utilize the resources at MakerHaus?

Washington Knows How to Party

December 14, 2012 Blog, Washington Filmworks News
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Big thanks to our awesome statewide film community, who was out in full force at our Seattle Two-Part Party last night.

Spokane Recap, Seattle Party Next

December 11, 2012 Blog, Washington Filmworks News
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Up next this week is our Seattle Two-Part Party on 12/12/12. Join us this Wednesday for our Annual Industry Update and celebration with the community. We’ll announce the funding assistance recipients for the Innovation Lab that night too! More information on the evening here.

Deadline Extended for the Filmworks Innovation Lab

August 28, 2012 Blog, Washington Filmworks News
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The deadline for submitting preliminary forms to the Filmworks Innovation Lab (Film Cycle) has been extended until Friday, September 7th at 5 p.m.