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James Keblas and Lance Rosen to Co-Chair Advocacy Committee

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Kaleigh Ward, Interim Communications Coordinator Kaleigh@WashingtonFilmworks.org / 206.264.0667 Washington Filmworks Taps James Keblas and.

Office Closure and Top 10 Films for the Fourth

July 3, 2014 Blog, Uncategorized
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We’re getting ready to close up shop and celebrate the Fourth of July properly. And so should you!.

Commercialize Seattle Hits The Beach

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Congratulations to Urban Legend Productions, an agency based in Seattle. They are now featured in the Latest Work section of Commercialize Seattle. Register and submit your own work.

Coffee Talk: Northwest Film Forum Visits Washington Filmworks

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Last Friday Washington Filmworks (WF) held what will now be the third installment of a new recurring event.

Everett – Second Largest West Coast Marina

June 10, 2014 Blog, Uncategorized
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With nearly 50 miles of freshwater and saltwater shoreline and the second largest marina on the West Coast, Everett, Washington offers a variety of natural backdrops for film. The city is our June Location of the Month.

Seattle, I Love You

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The five films produced through the 2014 Fly Filmmaking Challenge at SIFF will focus around the Commercialize Seattle campaign.

Ullamcorper Sit Ligula Tristique

February 7, 2014 Blog, Uncategorized
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Tortor Ullamcorper Parturient

February 6, 2014 Blog, Uncategorized
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Get Up To Speed with Commercialize Seattle

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If you missed the launch of Commercialize Seattle at the August Film+Music+Interactive Happy Hour don’t worry. You can now catch our presentation from the launch online.

Clearwater – We Pull Together

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Continue on the journey with Clearwater in this guest post written by Melissa Woodrow. These production diaries offer a window into the interactive project People of the Salish Sea and filming of the feature documentary at its center, Clearwater. This is the first documentary-based project to receive funding assistance through any of WF’s programs.