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Film Day in Washington Recap

FILM DAY 2017 was a great success and the Spokane Area was well represented with over 50 people between the bus and self-drives. Over 280 people from all over the state gathered…

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The Failed Experiment, A Spokane Film Project Renga Production

The first ever Spokane Film Project flagship project, The Failed Experiment was based on the concept of Renga style poetry. A Collaborative Poem wth Multiple authors. Each poet creates a short series of thoughts. The next poet continues the work, only having viewed the final stanza.
A Renga does not tell the usual story.

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Dangerous Crossing; Rail bridge inspections on the Spokane River

Dancing Crow Media, the Spokane Riverkeeper and Waterkeeper Alliance present an inspection video of a deteriorating rail bridge over the Spokane River. Jerry White, the Spokane Riverkeeper discusses the condition of the bridge and the impact a rail accident involving coal or oil would have on the rivers ecosystem.

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Let Me Sleep – An Art Installation by Dorianne Wotton

Another fun project that Spokane Film Project collaborated on with the Laboratory Extended program! This project aired on CMTV who partnered in the creation of this project during the month of February!

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Keep Film in Washington – Meet Michael Ruby and Terrance Davis

Meet Michael Ruby and Terrance Davis. Michael is the owner of Ruby Art and a Production designer for Films and commercials shot in Washington in part thanks to the film incentive. Terrance is a Set Dr [...]

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Keep Film in Washington – Meet Jake Fischer

Meet Jake Fishcer, Owner of Diversify Truck and Equipment Repair, a company who supplies vehicles, towing, and other vehicle related see vices to the film, TV and commercial industry, the Filmworks incentive supported TV show Z Nation being one of them.

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Keep Film in Washington – Meet Steve and Marti Brown

Meet Steve and Marti Brown, owners of both Stella’s Café and Ruins, two of many businesses to benefit from the business brought to Washington by feature films, TV programs and commercials produced in Washington due to the film incentive.

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Keep Film in Washington – Meet Rebecca Cook

Meet Rebecca Cook, Rebecca works on films, TV shows, and Commercials. On many of these shows she works in wardrobe or accounting office.

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Keep Film in Washington – Meet Jason McKee

Meet Jason McKee, VFX Supervisor for Z Nation and owner of ModeFX, a company he was able to found due to work brought to Washington the film incentive.

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Mr. Dark Ep. 3

Episode 3 – All is revealed in the Season 1 Finale. Detective Frost and Detective Riley return to the scene of the crime and uncover

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Secrets of the Deep

SFP members teamed up with local artists, and artists from the other side of the world to bring you “Secrets of the Deep.”

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Mr. Dark Ep. 2

Episode 2 – Diving deeper into the world of Mr. Dark, Detective John Frost and newbie Detective Riley hit the streets and investigate the 8 year old unsolved murder case of Mary Lee Carmello.

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Mr. Dark Ep. 1

Episode 1 – Newbie Detective Riley joins the crew while Detective John Frost is reluctantly asked to take an old case dealing with the brutal murder of a young woman.

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Why is Film important in Washington #3

Meet recent graduates of Washington universities and learn how their careers have been shaped…

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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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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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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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