Posts In: Tracy Rector

Spring 2015 Innovation Lab: Meet the Jury

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Washington Filmworks recently announced the recipients of funding assistance from the 2015 Spring Cycle Innovation Lab. In case…

Native Americans in the Media: A Brief History and Progress Today

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  Recently, BBC World Service broadcasted a very special profile on Native American News by speaking with key local…

Innovation Lab: Meet the Jury

September 26, 2014 Film Incentives, WF Program News
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Washington Filmworks recently announced the recipients of funding assistance from the Filmworks Innovation Lab. In case you missed…

Seattle Film Community Discusses the Future of Film with Mayor Murray

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This May film industry professionals representing the Seattle film community met with Mayor Ed Murray to discuss the future of film in Seattle.

Get Set for Grant Success

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Considering applying for grants for your next film? Put your best foot forward with these tips from filmmakers Tracy Rector and Lou Karsen, a Seattle duo with an impressive grant writing track record.

Washington Filmmaker and Photographer Honored as Native American Visionaries

December 17, 2013 Blog, Washington Filmworks News
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WF extends our congratulations to two local talents in the world of filmmaking and photography who were recently honored by Indian Country Today Media Network for their forward thinking, innovation, and sense of social justice.

Clearwater – We Pull Together

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Continue on the journey with Clearwater in this guest post written by Melissa Woodrow. These production diaries offer a window into the interactive project People of the Salish Sea and filming of the feature documentary at its center, Clearwater. This is the first documentary-based project to receive funding assistance through any of WF’s programs.

Clearwater – It’s Been an Adventure

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Innovation Lab funding assistance recipient, Clearwater is a feature length documentary about the health of the Salish Sea (Puget Sound) and the unique relationship of tribal people to the water. Get a feel for the project through this entry, penned by Melissa Woodrow, who serves as both Location Manager and Production Assistant on the film.

A Round of Applause to the Jury

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Please save the date to join us Saturday, June 8 when Washington Filmworks will officially announce the outcome of the Lab at a program at the Seattle International Film Festival.