Posts In: film

Inslee’s Statement In Support of Film

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Washington Filmworks is pleased to share with the film community that gubernatorial candidate Jay Inslee published a statement in support of the film industry on his blog yesterday.

Innovation Lab FAQ

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We are officially accepting proposals for the Film Cycle of the Filmworks Innovation Lab.  Filmmakers have until Friday,…

The Governor’s Race and the Future of Film in WA

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Today Washington’s Attorney General, Rob McKenna, spoke with Steve Scher from KUOW about his ongoing campaign to be our state’s next Governor. Although the Attorney General has not made his position about the production incentive program public, his on air comments this morning may be of interest to the statewide film industry.

Film and the Internet – Equal Access for All?

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The Internet can be a powerful tool for filmmakers, but do all projects have the same potential for success?

New Standard Program Guidelines & Criteria Available

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We have revised the Guidelines and Criteria for our standard program. You can find an overview of the changes online.

Guerrillas with Guns Gone Wild

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Last week Washington Filmworks had an interesting series of calls from concerned individuals in the southeast corner of the state, between Clarkston, WA and Lewiston, ID. Word was that a film crew was in the Lewis-Clark Valley and people had become uneasy when they spotted a U.S. Border Patrol boat pursuing two other vessels that appeared to be Vietnam-era patrol boats, complete with large caliber guns mounted on the front.

Fore! for Film

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If you were in Downtown Seattle during lunchtime you might have found yourself in the middle of a golf driving range. Rest assured, you weren’t imagining things.

We’re Open For Business

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Washington Filmworks would like to announce we are officially accepting applications for projects. If you have a project that qualifies for funding assistance, don’t hesitate to give us a call.

Great Things Are In Store

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Last night (March 29, 2012) Governor Gregoire signed E2SSB 5539, the bill that renews the Motion Picture Competitiveness Program. This action reinstates the program that ended last year and establishes a new sunset date in June of 2017.

Exciting Breaking News – Gov. to Sign E2SSB 5539

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This evening Governor Gregoire will sign E2SSB 5539, the bill that renews the Motion Picture Competitiveness Program, into…