Spokane Film Project is excited to announce our partnership with Washington Filmworks! A Pilot program offers education, one-on-one mentorships, and pathways to production for BIPOC and people from underrepresented communities. This year Washington Filmworks will pilot a Media Mentorship Program designed toRead More
Start of the Spokane 2020 Film Festival Season with this year’s Spokane Jewish Cultural Film Festival this running this Thursday, Jan. 30th, Saturday, Feb. 1st, and Sunday, Feb. 2nd. This year’s…Read More
This is currently a volunteer position to start, however, the individual that becomes our Executive Director, will be compensated based on a percentage of funds raised and grants acquired. Taking…Read More
As a fan of local film work done by professionals and amateurs with events like the upcoming 50 Hour Slam, the Spokane Film project is reaching out to you to help us keep the community alive through job creating and maintaining efforts like Washington Filmworks’ #Keep Film in WA.Read More
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