Latest Past Events

Storytelling with a Diverse Lens

Downtown Spokane Public Library 906 W. Main Ave, Spokane

A discussion with writers, academics, and industry individuals about writing scripts, plays, and fiction with stories of diversity in today's world. Why are these stories essential in our storytelling ecosystem? Looking at topics such as the lack of representation of these stories and what is the writer's responsibility to address the challenges of writing to be historically and culturally accurate.

Free

Washington Filmworks Filmmaker Roundtables

Bark, A Rescue Pub 905 N. Washington Street, Spokane

Save The Date for Community Conversations about Small Budget Production Program! We kick off our statewide tour this month with a stop in Spokane on Wednesday, July 7, 2022). The landmark bill that passed during the 2022 legislative session allows Washington Filmworks to allocate up to $3M a year to better support emerging Washington filmmakers making projects…

Union Film Crew Work: No More Mysteries

Virtual WA

It’s time to dispel some of the myths and mysteries of working on a union film crew. IATSE Local 488 is the union that covers most film crew members of the Pacific Northwest. In this hour-long event, 488 VP Rebecca Cook will be discussing some common questions and misconceptions about union film work, including how…