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Archive for March, 2015

Seattle Web Fest – Platforms and Distribution Panel

by on Mar.13, 2015, under Distribution

We'll be talking all things Web Series at Seattle Web Fest, March 14, 2015.

We’ll be talking all things Web Series at Seattle Web Fest, March 14, 2015.

This Saturday, March 14th (Pi Day!) I’ll be moderating a panel discussion at Seattle Web Fest about Platforms and Distribution for Web Series. On the panel will be Peter Gerard of Vimeo, Jason Fischer of Frostbite Pictures and Conrad Rickets of Proven Entertainment. I’m determined to make this a graduate-level discussion—there have been plenty of talks about the basics. I’d like to lead a deeper dive.

I’m excited by all the panels—I’m sure I’ll be an audience member at several others. Mine starts at 5:00PM. You can get tickets and details at the Seattle Web Fest site.

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Tape Recorder + Full Disclosure Screening at Omaha Film Festival

by on Mar.08, 2015, under Projects

Hey, Two of my shorts playing at the 2015 Omaha Film Festival!

Hey, Two of my shorts playing at the 2015 Omaha Film Festival!

Tape Recorder will be screening next weekend as an official selection at the 10th annual Omaha Film Festival. It’s a wonderful fest and I’m really pleased to be back in it with this short. Full Disclosure won the Best Short Film Award at the very first OFF in 2006. So I was really pleased recently when Jeremy Decker the festival director asked if they could show Full Disclosure again as part of a retrospective of fav films from their first ten years. If you’re in Omaha next weekend, come on down and check out the festival. Here are the screening times:

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What It’s Like to Attend WA Film Day in Olympia

by on Mar.06, 2015, under Uncategorized

Keep Film in WA

We have a chance to expand our successful and responsible film incentive in Washington. Please join us to help make this happen.

The Washington legislature is considering  Senate Bill 6027– A bill to increase funding for The Motion Picture Competitiveness Program. This is a big ask for our industry. We’re literally asking the state to double-down on its investment in building a film industry here by raising the current cap on productions a little each year until 2022.

If it passes, Washington can remain a player in the location shooting business. We’ll remain small but growing. (Compare this with the massive $330 million annual incentive California just passed.) If not, we’ll have to keep turning away tens of millions of dollars in productions that would like to spend their money on Washington casts, crews, locations, and vendors and in short time the films, TV series, and commercials that have been filming in the state will go to states with incentives to offer. If you are in the business of film in Washington, this should be an important issue to you.

Our small but mighty lobbying team has set up a day for people from the state to meet with our legislators in Olympia and show them that not only is this important to us, but it’s important to A LOT of us. “WA Film Day” is March 17th.

I’ve heard from some colleagues that they want to go but find the idea of talking to their legislators somewhat intimidating. This is natural if you haven’t done it before (and a little quaint once you have because it’s super low key). So I thought I’d share my experience of the nuts and bolts of going to WA Film Day to demystify it a bit. (continue reading…)

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