WA Filmworks Media Mentorship Program

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 to

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A town hall discussion regarding Governor Inslee’s decision to resume video production in areas of Washington state currently in Phase 2 or higher or reopening. Here you will learn rules…

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Looking for a ride from Spokane to Olympia for the Washington Film Works Legislative Day on Tuesday, January 21st?Sign up below for your seat on the bus.Then keep an eye…

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Looking for a ride from Spokane to Olympia for the Washington Film Works Legislative Day on Monday, March 18th?
Sign up here for your seat on the bus.

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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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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.

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Looking for a ride from Spokane to Olympia for the Washington Film Works Legislative Day on Monday, March 13th?
Sign up below for your seat on the bus.
Then keep an eye on your inbox to learn more.

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