Posts In: Office of Film and Music

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.

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.

Seattle: Your One-Stop Permit Shop

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The Seattle Office of Film + Music is your one-stop permit shop for all film work on public City of Seattle property. Our office issues over 350 film permits per year and has a 75 year filmmaking history from Tugboat Annie, to Sleepless In Seattle and Northern Exposure, to Humpday and Eden. Seattle has done and seen it all.Film permits are a critical component when you are filming or staging vehicles and equipment on public property. Film permits allow you first right for the public locations you are working.

Seattle Invests in Commercial Production

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Washington Filmworks has always considered commercial work to be a core competency in the Seattle area. We look forward to supporting the City of Seattle and the community partners in this endeavor. Stay tuned for more details in the coming months.

You Are Invited – FMI Happy Hour Tonight

October 3, 2012 Blog, Washington Filmworks News
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Don’t miss this opportunity to meet with policy makers who can directly influence the growth of our state’s creative industries. Join us tonight, 10/3/12, from 5-7 p.m. at the Film Music and Interactive Happy Hour in Seattle.