What is the Tacoma Film Alliance
The Tacoma Film Alliance is a collective of filmmakers and artists in the Greater Puget Sound area that are passionate about making films, and want to have fun doing it. We are a registered non-profit with the state of Washington and strive to support and promote motion picture artists via resources, networking, and education.
Why use the Tacoma Film Alliance website?
While we are just getting started, we have a lot of goals for the site. We want it to become the best resource for all of your filmmaking needs. This includes databases full of the local actors/actresses, writers, directors, editors, audio engineers, music supervisors, etc. The more people sign up, the more people you'll be able to find! So be sure to tell all of your motion picture artists friends about it.
Are you just trying to create another crappy social media site?
No. This isn't Facebook and we don't ever want it to be. What we do want is for this site to become your resource for finding local talent and shoot locations. We'll also be communicating all of the fun events and happenings that we'll be hosting!
How can people find me for their next project?
In order for you to be searchable in our database, you must fill out your information located on the My info page. Once you fill in your information and update your headshot, you'll be listed in our talent database.
Note: You will not show up in this list until you fill in your information. It is important to do so!
What's the "Slingshot" and how do I join?
What's the WAM?
"WAM" stands for "Wait A Minute". "The WAM" is a yearly film festival that is held by the TFA, typically in October/November. The criteria for the films change, but the premise is that each film can only be 1 minute long. This creates a unique challenge for filmmakers to try and tell their best story in 60 seconds.