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Innovation Lab Now Accepting Applications!

August 21, 2014 Washington Filmworks News
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Filmmakers, now’s the time! Submit your Innovation Lab applications now through August 28 for your chance to receive.

Commercialize Seattle Goes to SIFF

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New Latest Work Congratulations to World Famous, a production company based in Seattle. They are now featured in.

Commercialize Seattle Hits The Beach

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Congratulations to Urban Legend Productions, an agency based in Seattle. They are now featured in the Latest Work section of Commercialize Seattle. Register and submit your own work.

The 12-Hour Workday

February 28, 2014 Blog, Washington Filmworks News
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Greg Smith (Key Grip, President of IATSE Local 488, and Washington Filmworks Board Member) chimes in on the realities of production, and the importance of embracing the 12-hour (maximum) day.

Film Gets a View of Bellevue

January 15, 2014 Blog, Washington Filmworks News
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In December Washington Filmworks spent the day in Bellevue, Washington. The visit was inspired in part by the tremendous interest in Bellevue from local and national production companies.

WF Tours Whidbey and Camano Islands

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This June, Washington Filmworks (WF) Production Services Coordinator, Krys Karns, spent two days meeting with city officials and visiting areas of the Whidbey and Camano Islands, as part of WF’s quarterly liaison visits.

LAGGIES Wraps Principal Photography

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The Washington Filmworks (WF) production incentive project Laggies recently wrapped principal photography after filming in the Puget Sound Region throughout June and early July.

The Legislature Visits LAGGIES

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Incentive feature film, LAGGIES, invited WF and Washington State Senators and Representatives for a set visit. The legislators were able to watch the filming of key scenes in the movie, allowing them to witness first-hand the economic impact of production.

Incentives in Oregon vs. Washington

January 13, 2012 Blog, Film Incentives
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Whether you love them or loathe them, 40 states have film incentive programs and those with no incentives.