Posts In: Keep Film in WA

Save the Date: Debrief Meetings in Seattle & Spokane

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  This month Washington Filmworks will be holding two information sessions to debrief about this year’s legislative session..

Update: Final Status of HB 2542

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We’re writing to share the unfortunate news that our bill will not be moving forward this session. The.

The Boys In The Boat Go To Olympia

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During this final week of legislative session, we’re continuing to advocate for the Motion Picture Competitiveness Program (MPCP).

Motion Graphic: Find Film in Every Corner of WA

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  Motion Graphic: Find Film in Every Corner of WA Keep Film in WA, Keep Dollars in WA.

Film Incentive Keeps Artists & Business Local

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Film Incentive Keeps Artists & Business Local Why WA Needs A Competitive Incentive    Michael Ruby opened Michael Ruby.

Testimonials from Film Day 2016

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  On January 21, film professionals from around the state gathered in Olympia to meet with their legislators.

How One Catering Company Grew With The Film Incentive

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  How One Catering Company Grew With The Film Incentive Imagine If WA’s Incentive Program Was 3x Bigger…  .

Film Turns Junk Into Cash

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  Film Turns Junk Into Cash The Surprising Ways In Which Film Can Benefit Business   Jake Fischer owns Diversify.

Our Success Is Their Success

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  Our Success Is Their Success How Film Multiplied Business For One Restaurant    Steve and Marti Brown.

How The Motion Picture Competitiveness Program Works

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Use This Infographic To #KeepFilminWA  You’ve heard it before — the Motion Picture Competitiveness Program (MPCP) is the model incentive.