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Priorities of the Seattle Film Industry Caucus

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Priorities that the Seattle Film Industry Caucus agreed on are now available online. These will be brought to the attention of Seattle Mayor Ed Murray in the coming weeks.

Seattle – Let’s Roast the Keblas

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Nine years of good deeds can’t go unpunished. Join the fun as a surprise panel of James Keblas’ friends, colleagues, and admirers show their gratitude with cheap jokes and low blows. This Wednesday, February 26 at Showbox Market in Seattle.

Get to Know Kate Becker

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Washington Filmworks welcomes Kate Becker, the newly appointed Director of the Seattle Office of Film + Music. Get to know a little more about her.

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.

A Special Thank You to James Keblas

February 7, 2014 Blog, Washington Filmworks News
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Washington Filmworks would like to acknowledge the important and lasting contributions that James Keblas has made to the community throughout his 9 years of service at the Seattle Office of Film + Music.

Raise Your Civic Cocktail to Film

January 2, 2014 Blog, Washington Filmworks News
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If you were at the WF Annual Industry Update and didn’t get the opportunity to catch the December Civic Cocktail live, you can now watch it online!

Submit Your “Latest Work” to Commercialize Seattle

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Commercialize Seattle will highlight commercials that were made and produced locally on the “Latest Work” section of the Commercialize Seattle website. Showing the great work we do locally is key to the success of the campaign. Learn about how you can participate.


September 6, 2013 Blog, Washington Filmworks News
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Washington incentive feature Touchy Feely is distributed by Magnolia Pictures and available in theaters in selected cities beginning today, September 6. The film arrives in Seattle next week.

And the Winners Are…

August 27, 2013 Blog, Washington Filmworks News
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In July Washington Filmworks profiled the 48 Hour Film Project: Seattle (48HFP) on the eve of their largest competition to date. As producer of the event, Krk Nordenstrom provided a glimpse into the history of 48HFP: Seattle and offered insight as to why the event has become the largest filmmaking competition in Washington State.

Making a Living in Film

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Want to be a film director? At July’s Film + Music + Interactive Happy Hour, James Keblas, Director of the Seattle Office of Film + Music, walked the audience through the details of this infographic, illustrating how one Seattle film director has found success in a versatile and creative approach to filmmaking.