and equipment are available from Seattle, a short 45-minute flight or 4-hour drive from Spokane. For your entire project, Washington Filmworks’ incentive program pays huge dividends. Projects can get funding assistance for qualified in-state expenditures (up to 30 percent for motion pictures and episodic series with less than six episodes, and up to 35 percent for episodic series with at least six episodes). The Spokane liaison for Washington Filmworks offers simple, fast permitting and reasonably priced services. The office also makes location scouting a breeze
Main Avenue, Downtown Spokane. ALAN BISSON/VISIT SPOKANE
by providing Web access to same-day digital photo location services. It’s just another way to keep those pre-production costs down. From the aerial wide shot to the tiniest detail of nitty-gritty filmmaking, it’s all here. Make sure you make it great and play it smart by choosing Spokane, Eastern Washington and the Inland Northwest for your next project. WF
Riverside State Park near Spokane. JEFF SCHINDLER/VISIT SPOKANE
For more information, contact local film liaison Jeanna Hofmeister, Visit Spokane, at 509742-9372 (office), 509-993-9822 (cell), or firstname.lastname@example.org.
WASHINGTON FILM MAGAZINE 2014