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Why is Film important in Washington #2

Local actors talk about their passion for filmmaking, and what they can achieve thanks to programs like the Washington FIlm Incentive.

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Why is Film important in Washington #1

How much work does the Washington Film Incentive help bring to the state of Washington? Watch this video to hear…

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Get on the WFW Bus!

Looking for a ride from Spokane to Olympia for the Washington Film Works Legislative Day on Tuesday March 17th?

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Violet is an Anagram of Love It

A short doc about Austin Stiegemeier and his installation artwork in Spokane WA. Installed in the Window Dressing gallery, this work focuses on social inequality and its manifestations in the built environment.

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Washington FilmWorks Creative Economy Flyer

Download and read about how Washington State’s creative economy positively impacts us all in Washington State.

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Episode 55: Hey Travis, here's the S%*#y work!

Episode 55: Hey Travis, here’s the S%*#y work!

Travis Berry joins the podcast to discuss the editing aspects of SyFy series “Z Nation, including what it takes to kill a zombie with the Liberty Bell.”

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A Blast from the Past – 50 Hour Slam Rewind

The organizers of the 50 HOUR SLAM have put together a screening of their sentimental favorites from the first three years of the competition they want to share with you. Don’t miss this opportuni [...]

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Spokane Fifty – S50 Summit

The first S50 Summit meeting, part of the Spokane Fifty Project (spokanefifty.com). The project, created by photographer and artist Marshall Peterson, highlights individuals who have been doing great things in the arts, culture, and music scenes in Spokane, WA- leading a Spokane Renaissance/Rebirth/Renewal and making Marshall’s hometown an awesome place to live, work, play, and visit!

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The Bearing Project

“The Bearing Project” A short film for Artist Ildiko’ Kalapacs and the Non-Profit Organization “The Bearing Project.”
Ildiko’ Kalapa’cs is raising funds to have her project created full size…

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Synesthesia – a First Friday Art Walk Experience

As part of Spokane’s First Friday event, artist Alan Chatham created an event that blended music, movement, food, and drinks together for a one of a kind evening.

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The Rustics – Down to the Devil

Featuring the Spokane band: The Rustics

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Spokesman Review Article

A few days ago the Spokane Film Project crew gathered for a cold October morning to meet up with film enthusiast and Photographer Tyler Tjomsland for a quick photo op which will have most all of our [...]

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2014 50 Hour Slam Dates Announced

The folks over at the 50 Hour Slam have announced the kickoff date for the 2014 50 Hour Slam competition weekend with some hinted at big changes.

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Unsolved Secrets of Lost Spokane: Episode 2

“Between 1918 and 1920, Spokane had a southern-born serial killer walking its streets…”

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Unsolved Secrets of Lost Spokane: Episode 1

“Unsolved Secrets of Lost Spokane” is a show that combines history with scary underground tunnels. This episode takes place in the basement of 415 West Main… a basement that contains one too many scary bear paintings… but who put them there and why? Look, if you have two minutes, you could just watch and find out.

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Collect Sessions – Cold Mountain Yeti “Shoreline”

Featuring Spokane band, Cold Mountain Yeti

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Collect Sessions – Cold Mountain Yeti “All Fine (Mustache Song)”

Featuring Spokane band, Cold Mountain Yeti

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