Posts In: Call To Action

Washington Filmworks By the Numbers

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 WASHINGTON FILMWORKS BY THE NUMBERS Facts to Fuel Your Personal Story In the two weeks leading up to Film…

Call to Action: RSVP for Film Day

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INVEST IN YOUR FUTURE AND RSVP Advocacy Day for Statewide Film Industry Scheduled for Tuesday, March 17 in Olympia

Call to Action: We Have a Bill, Let Your Senator Know!

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Kohl-Welles, Billig and Fain Introduce Legislation to Increase Funding For Production Incentive Program Senate Bill 6027 Helps Keep…

An Update From Advocacy Co-Chairs James Keblas and Lance Rosen

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2015 Legislative Session Opens Today! Dear Washington State Film Industry, Today marks the opening of the 2015 legislative…

Washington Filmworks Gets Involved – A Recap of the Town Hall

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Washington Filmworks recently hosted two Town Hall meetings in Seattle and Spokane to address important legislative and political matters. If you were…

Call to Action: Know Your Legislator, Know Your District

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Did you know that the State recently redistricted?  Do you know your current legislative district and who represents…

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.

Seattle Film Industry Caucus Continues Tomorrow

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The Seattle Film Caucus continues tomorrow with a number of breakout discussions. Get a recap of the first gathering on Feb. 18 and find out what’s on the agenda for Feb. 25.

Last Chance For Your Voice To Be Heard – Take Our Survey

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Washington Filmworks has created more than 5,000 jobs. It’s our goal to create even more. This is your last chance to be heard in this important survey of the Washington Film Industry. We want to continue to grow more opportunities for film workers across the state. So whether you’ve worked on dozens of incentive projects or none, your voice is so important!

Washington Film and the 2012 Elections

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Next Tuesday, Nov. 6, we vote on several political offices and initiatives. There are many factors that can inform your vote for an elected official and we hope that a candidate’s support of your livelihood is one of them.