Posts In: film production

WF Visits Winthrop & Scenic Methow Valley

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Summer is here, bringing sunshine and perfect weather for WF to visit to the Methow Valley. The three-day trip included stops in Mazama, Winthrop, Twisp, Concrete and Sedro Woolley.

Bright Lights On the Bayou: How Louisiana’s Film Industry Got a Leading Role

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Louisiana saw 18 major motion pictures filmed within state lines in 2013 – 3 more than California.
Why are so many more movies being filmed in Louisiana?

Media Inc. Has New Focus on Pacific NW Film Production

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Media Inc. has re-focused its content to provide exclusive coverage of the region’s film and video production industry. Do you have industry or production news about Washington? They accept new story ideas and article submissions.

The Filmworks Innovation Lab is Back!

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Washington Filmworks (WF) is excited to announce the return of the Filmworks Innovation Lab. The next application window is slated to open in August 2014!

Seattle Film Community Discusses the Future of Film with Mayor Murray

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This May film industry professionals representing the Seattle film community met with Mayor Ed Murray to discuss the future of film in Seattle.

Stevenson – On the Banks of the Columbia River

May 13, 2014 Blog, Locations
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Situated in Skamania County on the banks of the scenic Columbia River, the City of Stevenson is your launch pad to the Washington side of the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic area. Stevenson is our May Location of the Month.

Location Scouting Fundamentals

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New to location scouting? We’ve got a resource for you. Now go forth, and scout like a pro!

A Message from Lacey Leavitt

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Below you will find a copy of the letter that I sent to Governor Inslee today. I encourage you to share your own story with him.

Celebrating the Summer Shooting Season

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A Letter from Washington Filmworks Board Chair Don Jensen. There is a lot to celebrate as we look forward to the upcoming summer shooting season.

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.