Posts In: Film Incentives

Join Washington Filmworks for the 2014 Annual Industry Updates

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Washington Filmworks is hosting three Annual Industry Updates to look back on a year of great accomplishments and…

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…

Happy Halloween from Z-NATION!

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In horrific honor of Halloween, Washington Filmworks presents a spooktacular special blog post about Z-Nation! Our friends at Media-Inc recently…

Lynn Shelton on LAGGIES, the Diversity of Seattle, and Filming in Washington State.

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Filmmaker Lynn Shelton is a staple and integral member of the Washington filmmaking community. From intimate character studies…

Washington Filmworks at the AFCI Cineposium & Seattle Interactive Conference

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Washington Filmworks Executive Director Amy Lillard represented the organization at both the AFCI Cineposium in New York City…

Innovation Lab: Meet the Jury

September 26, 2014 Film Incentives, WF Program News
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Washington Filmworks recently announced the recipients of funding assistance from the Filmworks Innovation Lab. In case you missed…

Announcing the Innovation Lab Results

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE  Contact: Andrew Espe Andrew@WashingtonFilmworks.org / 206.264.0667   Washington Filmworks Announces Funding Assistance Recipients  For 2014 Innovation…

Celebrate the Premiere of Series Z NATION with a Glimpse of its Local Cast

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Z Nation, a project incentivized and supported by Washington Filmworks (WF), is set to premiere on the Syfy Channel…

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.

Production Incentive Feature Film ONE SQUARE MILE Wraps Principal Photography

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One Square Mile marks one of ten projects approved for funding assistance through Washington Filmworks after the Motion Picture Competitiveness Program was renewed during Washington’s 2012 legislative session. These ten projects will inject an estimated $8.6M in the statewide economy in five short months.