Posts In: Megan Griffiths

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.

Making the Most of the Filmmaking Lottery – Jessica Valentine Gets Her “First Shot”

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In just a few days Jessica Valentine will get a chance to call all the shots. She is one of three winning writer/directors in the 2014 Jameson First Shot Short Film Competition. Her lead actor – Uma Thurman.

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.

A Message from Megan Griffiths

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When new Seattle Mayor Ed Murray decided not to re-appoint James Keblas as the head of the Office of Film + Music, the city lost a true champion of our burgeoning industry.

On the Verge of Something

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Learn more about independent film producer Mel Eslyn and the family of Washington filmmakers the locals call “crewtopia”. (This post was originally published as part of the Sundance 2014 issue of Washington Film Magazine.)

Production Notes from Inside “Eden”

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Washington Filmworks reached out to one of our incentive alumni Producers, Colin Plank, to pen a guest post about lessons learned through the process of making a feature. Colin is a Producer at Centripetal Films based in Seattle. His film, Eden, will be released in theaters in early 2013. Eden is his first feature film.