Information is power. This spring, film industry workers across the state participated in a jobs survey designed to gather information about how film professionals create their careers in Washington State. The information collected … Continue reading
Upcoming Happy Hour: May 29 The monthly Happy Hour is a meet up for leaders in film, music and interactive industries to share, learn and make meaningful business connections.
Carl Spence is the Artistic Director of SIFF (organizers of the Seattle International Film Festival, SIFF Cinema, and SIFF Education) and has been curating film exhibitions, festivals and programs for … Continue reading
Attorney/Writer/Producer Steve Edmiston loves his day job with the Invicta Law Group, where he works with business, intellectual property, and entertainment industry clients. He serves on the Northwest Screenwriters Guild Board … Continue reading
Scott McKinley, executive producer of Seattle Music TV (SMTV) will speak about the motivation behind SMTV and how his team will be bringing Seattle’s music scene to screens and speakers … Continue reading
Robert speaks about Seattle as an “imagined place,” and how the rest of the world has used Seattle as a character in film.
The Film + Music + Interactive Happy Hour for November will revolve around entertainment law. Whether you are just starting your business or have been operating as a sole proprietorship … Continue reading
Seattle Public Schools Planning Project Manager, Audrey Querns, speaks about the current gaps in music education – who is getting access and who is not.
Sean Power speaks about why now is a good time for musicians and entrepreneurs to be creative and take risks.
“The Needle and the Thread” – examining issues of talent retention and economic sustainability in the Northwest’s film and fashion industries.
Trey speaks from personal and professional experience to the value of original voice, how to find it and how to use it to your advantage.
Does your film have what it takes? Find out what you should be doing to get your work noticed here and abroad.
A discussion of how filmmakers can successfully create original content for corporations that both tells meaningful stories and gets companies noticed.
Matt will bring his pioneering sensibility and discuss the value of creating modular and multi-platform content.