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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.

Community Spotlight: Three Dollar Bill Cinema

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Three Dollar Bill Cinema is a Seattle institution that has helped connect lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people, their friends, and their families through the power of film. For almost twenty years, Three Dollar Bill Cinema has acted as an important forum for LGBT filmmakers to share their work and connect with audiences.

Help Rocketmen Save You!

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Washington Filmworks (WF) is pleased to announce the launch of the Kickstarter campaign for Rocketmen, a madcap serial adventure that recently premiered its pilot episode to a packed house as part of Seattleā€™s July 2013 First Thursday

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.

VOD Options for Independent Films and Series

July 9, 2013 Blog, Resources
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Washington Filmworks wanted to remind local filmmakers and content creators about the fantastic article covering VOD resources for independents that Douglas Horn put together on his blog this March. He’s hard at work on a follow up piece with even more information, which we aim to share as it becomes available.

Welcoming Film to Renton

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Each quarter the staff of Washington Filmworks (WF) visits with film liaisons across the state to do location scouting and meet with area elected officials about the important impact motion picture production has on the statewide economy. This June, WF Executive Director, Amy Lillard, and Production Services Coordinator, Krys Karns spent a day visiting Renton, Washington.

7 MINUTES Wraps Principal Photography

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Washington Filmworks’ production incentive project 7 Minutesrecently wrapped principal photography after shooting in Everett, Washington. The film tells the story of a once-promising college athlete, his drug dealing brother and their ex-con friend who embark on an ill-fated heist. As each minute of their simple plan unfolds, the action spirals closer to a tragic conclusion.

Announcing the Innovation Lab Results

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Washington Filmworks is pleased to announce the recipients of funding assistance from the Innovation Cycle of the Filmworks Innovation Lab.

Drumming Up More Film for Washington

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Washington Filmworks recently caught up with Marc Dahlstrom, producer of the Washington incentive feature film Different Drummers. We wanted to find out more about the project and how the film incentive factored into the decision to shoot in Washington.