Posts In: film

Constituent Response to Representative Hunter

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Stephen Salamunovich of Complete Casting crafted a compelling and eloquent letter to Representative Ross Hunter as a direct response…

We’re In The Home Stretch

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We’re in the home stretch – and we need to sprint to the finish line. As you may already…

February Bill Recap

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In anticipation of a vote on the floor of the House, it is imperative that Representatives hear from their constituents. Please write and call today to express your desire to have the bill voted on before the end of session.

Labor Supports Washington Filmworks

February 27, 2012 Blog, Washington Filmworks News
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We have solidified support from the unions that represent our state’s film industry – SAG, AFTRA, IATSE and Teamsters. The leadership of these unions has been speaking with key legislators in Olympia on behalf of 2ESSB 5539, the bill that supports the Motion Picture Competitiveness Program.

Update From Olympia – Spread the Word

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The House Ways & Means Committee meets today (Saturday 2/25) to discuss the proposed statewide budget that was…

All Incentives Are Not Created Equal

February 24, 2012 Blog, Washington Filmworks News
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Our community is working hard to share the importance of SB 5539 and the Motion Picture Competitiveness Program…

Today Is Critical

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Washington Filmworks spent the day in Olympia meeting with Representatives and Committee staff to move SB 5539 forward. …

Ready, Set, Dial!

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Thank you to the Washington film community.  The energy you have dedicated to the renewal of the Motion…

Moving On To Ways & Means

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SB 5539, the bill to renew the Motion Picture Competitiveness Program, was voted out of the House Committee…

‘The Spokesman-Review’ Says Support SB 5539

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Today ‘The Spokesman-Review’ published an editorial supporting renewal of the Motion Picture Competitiveness Program.  From job creation, to…