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Location of the MonthOur Location of the Month is Forks - a beautiful area full of rain forests and charm on the Olympic Peninsula. Bask in all of it here.

Welcome to the Hot Sheet - our fresh, dynamic resource that highlights the latest news from Washington Filmworks, incentive projects, and the statewide film industry. If you are interested in getting additional information on any of these topics, subscribe to our blog or contact our office at 206-264-0667 or [email protected]!
We Have a Bill - Let Your Senator Know!

Washington Filmworks has a ton of news regarding legislative efforts in Olympia. We have Senate Bill 6027 which doubles the size of the production incentive program to $7 million in the next two years and incrementally increases it to $10 million by 2019. To get more information, visit KeepFilmInWA.com. Here you can sign the petition to maintain and increase the production incentive program, get the important facts, and get info on Film Day in Olympia on 3/17.


The Filmworks Innovation Lab has returned! The program invests in the future of film by capitalizing on Washington's creative community and artists while encouraging original storytelling that uses emerging forms of technology. We are now accepting applications until March 2. Get started here.
The panel series returns to Seattle with a special conversation between actor Tom Everett Scott (Z Nation, That Thing You Do!) and moderator Warren Etheredge (The Warren Report). Focusing on the other side of the camera, Scott will discuss his acting method and how he approaches his diverse characters. The conversation will begin at 5:30pm at the SIFF Film Center, followed by a 21+ hosted cocktail reception. Get your tickets here.
Commercialize Seattle Latest Work 
Commercialize Seattle keeps the season going with UW Athletics. Congratulations to Workhouse Creative, a production company based in Seattle. They are now featured in the Latest Work section of Commercialize Seattle. This business development campaign is designed to drive production and advertising to the region and the Latest Work section of the Commercialize Seattle website showcases some of the very best commercial work coming out of Seattle and Washington State.
   Washington Filmworks invited Reel Grrls' Executive Director 
   Nancy Chang and Mobile Program Coordinator Dorothee          Leesing to discuss their organization, mentorship programs,      and community partnerships. Coffee Talk is a monthly                informal conversation between our staff and local film                industry professionals to better understand what they do          and how our work intersects. 
Coming in March: 

Film Day in Olympia on 3/17 
Jobs & Vendors Survey Coming Soon
Washington Filmworks' is the non-profit 501 (c)(6) organization that manages the state film and production incentive programs.  Its mission is to create economic development opportunities by building and enhancing the competitiveness,  profile and sustainability of Washington's film industry. We do this by creating possibilities for local and national filmmakers, offering comprehensive production support as well as financial incentives.