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.
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.