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Tacoma’s The Grand Cinema Launches the New ‘TRACK’ Series

June 22, 2016 Blog, Local Filmmaking News
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Back in April, Washington Filmworks staff sat down with Katy Evans and Wade Neal, Assistant Executive Directors at.

City of Waitsburg – Home to Old Town Charm & Hospitality

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Washington Filmworks uses our Location of the Month newsletters to showcase the diversity of unique looks and resources.

Re Blog: A Letter to the Reel Grrls Community from Board President Michael B. Maine

April 19, 2016 Blog, Local Filmmaking News
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A few weeks ago, Reel Grrls announced the organization’s new Board President. Michael B. Maine wrote a letter.

City of Carnation – A Respite from Big-City Life

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Washington Filmworks uses our Location of the Month newsletters to showcase the diversity of unique looks and resources.

Coffee Talk: The Grand Visits Filmworks

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A few weeks ago, Washington Filmworks staff had the pleasure of sitting down with Katy Evans and Wade.

Spring Into Washington Festivals

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Here are several Washington film festivals and competitions happening this spring thru the end of summer. Help us build a better resource by letting us know about events in your area of the state.

Plan a Trip to Picturesque Republic, Washington

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Our April Location of the Month is Republic, Washington, a picturesque town with a heritage based in the mining and logging industries. Republic is the county seat and largest town in Ferry County, with a population of just over 1,000.

Scarecrow Video – National Treasure

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Just near the corner of 50th and Roosevelt Way in Seattle sits a national treasure – Scarecrow Video. Part film archive, part gathering place, Scarecrow is one of the country’s largest independent video stores.

WF Visits Snoqualmie Valley

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This March Washington Filmworks visited the Snoqualmie Valley to share the important economic impact motion picture production has and scout the area for potential production locations.

Enjoy the Charm of La Conner, Washington

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The March Location of the Month is La Conner, Washington. La Conner was founded in the early 1860s and is Skagit County’s oldest community. It is a charming village located on the banks of the Swinomish Channel.