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Bryan Campbell on Why Seattle’s Boutique Film Community Needs to Grow Up

Paris Nguyen sits down with filmmaker Bryan Campbell to talk film, music videos and incentives.

November 18, 2016

Seattle’s Bryan Campbell is one of the hottest up-and-coming local filmmakers right now. Campbell loves the Pacific Northwest film community and wants to see it grow into a booming epicenter for film and media. In order for that to happen however, he says the Pacific Northwest needs more economic investments and incentives to attract top players in the industry.

Watch the interview below: 

Campbell has produced a number of award-winning local films, along with music videos including one for local band Fly Moon Royalty’s single “Grown Man.”

His recent short film Big Boy  premiered at the 2015 Tribeca Film Festival.

 

For a really booming film community here in Seattle and in Washington State, we really need a stronger incentive.

For information on the film economy in Seattle and Washington State, visit:  

Washington Filmworks

Seattle’s Office of Film + Music

 

 


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Paris Nguyen

Paris Nguyen is Spark Public's entertainment writer/reporter. He is a writer and journalist who specializes in entertainment news. He graduated from the University of Washington in 2013, majoring in psychology and cinema studies. With a passion for all things film-related, Paris spends the majority of his free time exploring the expansive world of cinema. When not munching on popcorn in a dark theater, Paris enjoys cycling, rock climbing and feebly tossing a frisbee in the general direction of other humans. Paris grew up in Issaquah, Wash., where he developed a deep fondness for hiking and pronouncing the name of his hometown incorrectly.

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