Posts In: Local Filmmaking News

Washington Film Goes to South By Southwest

March 10, 2017 Blog, Local Filmmaking News
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As Washington’s film community mobilizes towards Olympia for Film Day 2017, some of the state’s filmmakers will be.

Coffee Talk with Trond Nilsen

March 2, 2017 Blog, Local Filmmaking News
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Coffee Talk is a monthly informal chat between Washington Filmworks’ staff and local creative industry professionals and arts organizations.

Apply for 2017 Funding Assistance

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APPLY FOR 2017 FUNDING ASSISTANCE Preliminary Application Window Opens January 3 Washington Filmworks will open a preliminary application.

Keep Film in WA Launches Next Week: Join us in Seattle, Spokane or Bellingham

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It’s almost December – and our three Campaign Launch Events are right around the corner! We’ll be looking.

SIFF Hires Sarah Wilke as New Executive Director

November 23, 2016 Blog, Local Filmmaking News
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We here at Washington Filmworks were excited to hear that Sarah Wilke has been hired as the new.

REEL-CREW Launches Today!

November 15, 2016 Blog, Local Filmmaking News
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Washington Filmworks is thrilled to announce that we are officially launching REEL-CREW today! We’re excited to support our.

Breaking Into the Business: A Panel for Youth Actors at the Seattle Shorts Film Festival

November 10, 2016 Blog, Local Filmmaking News
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Acting is tough to break into – for people of any age – and youth in particular have.

Washington Film Festivals: Fall Edition

November 1, 2016 Blog, Local Filmmaking News
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Leaves are falling off the trees and the air is getting a chill – it’s time for fall!.

Coffee Talk with SAG-AFTRA’s Shellea Allen

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Coffee Talk is a monthly informal chat between Washington Filmworks staff and local film industry professionals and arts organizations.

Machine To Be Another at TWIST 360: Walk A Mile In Their Shoes

October 21, 2016 Blog, Local Filmmaking News
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Famed film critic Roger Ebert once said that “movies are like a machine that generates empathy,” describing cinema’s.