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Commercialize Seattle Makes a Film on the Fly with Digital Kitchen

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New Latest Work Congratulations to Digital Kitchen, an agency based in Seattle. They are now featured in the Latest Work section of Commercialize.

Washington Filmworks’ Sizzle Reel

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Washington Filmworks is no stranger to sharing the facts. Through the production incentive program, we have financially supported.

Northwest Film Forum’s One-Year Film Comprehensive

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The Northwest Film Forum (NWFF), one of Seattle’s finest cinematheques and film education organizations, is launching a new.

Call to Action: Contact Key Representatives

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  CALL TO ACTION: Contact Key Representatives Jobs, Revenue, and Missing the Boat   It’s not often that.

Spring 2015 Innovation Lab: Meet the Jury

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Washington Filmworks recently announced the recipients of funding assistance from the 2015 Spring Cycle Innovation Lab. In case.

Washington Workers – Please Take Our Job and Vendor Surveys

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You should have filed your taxes by now. That means it’s time for the Annual Washington Filmworks Job and Vendor.

Z NATION’s Economic Impact Invades Spokane Businesses

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The zombies are back! Washington Filmworks’ incentive project Z Nation is beginning to film its second season, and Spokane’s KREM.

SB 6027 Sponsors Invite You to Book Signing Event in Olympia

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Book Signing Event in Olympia Friday, April 24 at 12:30pm in the State Reception Room Senators Jeanne Kohl-Welles,.

Commercialize Seattle Raises a Glass to Copacino + Fujikado

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New Latest Work Congratulations to Copacino + Fujikado, a production company based in Seattle. They are now featured in the Latest.

Bryan Campbell: BIG BOY, Tribeca, and Representing Washington in NYC

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Seattle-based filmmaker Bryan Campbell is gearing up for an exciting week. After his short film The Bond won Best Narrative.

Lynn Shelton: Local Filmmaker Talks Incentive Program

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  LYNN SHELTON: Local Filmmaker Talks Incentive Program Send this video to your elected officials TODAY Director Lynn.

2015 Seattle Transmedia & Independent Film Festival 2015

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It’s no secret that the Seattle Transmedia & Independent Film Festival (STIFF) has some exciting things in store for its May.

A Letter from Board Chair Don Jensen

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I wanted to share with the community that the Board of Washington Filmworks (WF) has approved funding for.

Yakima – Desert and Beauty

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The Seattle Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce Urges Expansion of Film Incentive Program

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The Seattle Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce Urges Expansion of Film Incentive Program Yesterday, the Seattle Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce.

Luce Cousineau Tells Her Story

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  LUCE COUSINEAU: A local hair & make-up artist tells her story Send this video to your elected.

Zombies Invade Olympia

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  ZOMBIES INVADE OLYMPIA Watch Von Piglet Productions’ Film Day Video   Film Day on March 17 in.

Spring 2015 Innovation Lab Funding Recipients

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For Immediate Release Contact: Andrew Espe, Communications Coordinator (Andrew@WashigntonFIlmworks.org / 206.264.0667) Washington Filmworks Announces Funding Assistance Recipients For.

Washington State Proclamations

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Washington State Proclamations Support of SB 6027 from All Corners of the State The statewide film industry certainly benefits.

Lynn Shelton and Megan Griffiths: Film in WA is NOT a Lost Cause!

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                Two of Washington’s most successful and prolific filmmakers are taking.

Legislative Update: House and Senate Budget Negotiations Underway

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  LEGISLATIVE UPDATE House and Senate Budget Negotiations Underway We wanted to update the film industry about the.

Sign the Business Letter of Support

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  POSITIVE RESPONSE TO THE BUSINESS LETTER OF SUPPORT Before the Ways and Means hearing on Wednesday, we.

Call to Action: Support and Attend Wednesday’s Ways and Means Hearing

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  CALL TO ACTION Support and Attend Wednesday’s Ways and Means Hearing  Washington Filmworks is pleased to report.

Why Film is Important: Hand Crank Films

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  WHY FILM IS IMPORTANT: HAND CRANK FILMS Bellingham Production Company Tells Their Story For the first time.

Film Day Press & Pictures

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  FILM DAY PRESS & PICTURES Local and National News Highlight the Success of Advocacy Day Thank you to all.

Why Film is Important: Spokane Film Project

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  WHY FILM IS IMPORTANT: SPOKANE FILM PROJECT Local Filmmakers on the Eastside Tell Their Story Final preparations.

Production Incentive Program Removed From HB 2150

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  Production Incentive Program Removed From HB 2150 HB 2150 is the House Bill that reforms the business.

Town Hall Meetings

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  TOWN HALL MEETINGS ON MARCH 14 Attend your district’s Town Hall and get your voice heard This.

Mount Vernon – Theatre History and Tulip Festivals

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