Providing an Open Forum for Inland Northwest Entertainment Enthusiasts

WAL_Cover

Without A Ladder Showing
in Time for Christmas

Support Film Alliance Work Force Training Projects by becoming a Sponsor for this

Christmas GIFT EVENT

and help provide
FREE Special Event TICKETS
to our community for “WITHOUT A LADDER”

Tickets include a BONUS FILM & small popcorn
Bonus film- “Kirk Cameron’s Saving Christmas.”

Without a Ladder is a 30 minute workforce training film by Film Alliance NW, made possible by grants from Mountain West Bank and the Idaho Film Office. Without a Ladder is a film that helps us look at life through the prism of love and faith, reaffirming our remarkable resilient abilities to find joy and peace.

Without A Ladder

Sunday, Dec 21
11:30 am
Hayden Discount Cinemas

300 Centa Drive, Hayden, Idaho 83835
At the Prairie Shopping Center located off of Hwy 95

Tickets: available at the Film Alliance Meeting or call 208-209-2377
(Event Tickets not available at the theater.)

This generous gift made possible by our local Sponsors. Merry Christmas!

Charlie Knudtsen, In loving memory of Wayne Knudtsen
Hayden Discount Cinemas
Postime Billing
Aim High Enterprises
White Tree Productions
Mihaela & Larry Evans
Chip & Cindy Starritt
ActingCenterNW.com
Vicki Bennett & Family
Don & Katherine Ekhof
Larry Telles

Supporting our community with workforce training opportunities
& positive films!

ATTENTION Potential Sponsors: Please Call ASAP

Suggested Sponsorships start at $100 -Ten Tickets
Sponsor names will appear on tickets and shown on the screen during the movie.
Dennis Muoio Fundraising Director 208-819-5920
www.FilmAllianceNW.com

Without A Ladder will also premier on TV
Dec. 21
11:30am 
on KXLY

Produced as a Film Alliance Work Force training project

Watch the Trailer on YouTube

 

READ MORE…

 


 

 FAN video

 CDA Press Highlights Film Alliance Project

The following is an excerpt from : ‘Slammin’ the Scammin’ , A Coeur d’Alene Press feature article appearing on Nov. 5.

Crystal Reiber slammed down the phone, exhaled heavily and shook her head in dismay.
“Scammers,” she said under her breath.
Although the disgust with telephone scammers was feigned for a video shoot Tuesday afternoon, Reiber has good reason for wanting to tell the community to be alert.
“Two relatives of mine were ripped off,” said Reiber, the president of Film Alliance Northwest. “Every single morning, at 7 o’clock, the same scammer, exactly the same scammer would call.”
Reiber, of Post Falls, and her FAN colleagues are in the production stages of a short video titled, “Eight Ways to Hang Up on A Scammer.” Their script scrutinizes different kinds of scams, including the “obituary scam,” where scammers claim a recently deceased loved one owes money, and the “IRS scam,” which claims people need to pay balances so they don’t go further into debt…read more

Watch PSA

 


 

cameraman-silWatch this site for workforce training programs & film industry networking opportunities

Film Alliance NW is dedicated to providing an open forum for all Inland Northwest film, video, media, and live entertainment professionals, amateurs, and enthusiasts in an effort to promote knowledge, education, workforce training, and networking.

Film Alliance NW is a network of congenial people whose many diverse interests converge in the film industry. Together, we play a pivotal role in growing a vibrant industry.

Be on the cutting edge of Media!


 

 

Join Film Alliance NW NOW!

Join us to get all the benefits of our fast- growing organization. We offer workshops, classes and work opportunities for all levels of professional experience.

Monthly Meetings

Guest speakers, including experts and top professionals from Hollywood and production companies around the region, offer the latest industry tips, tools and techniques.

Projects & Productions

Film Alliance NW produces several short film projects each year. These productions are overseen and mentored by top industry Hollywood professionals. Our projects allow members to earn valuable “real-life” production experience and movie credits.

 Special Interest Groups

Groups in Production, Writing, Acting and Composing give members the opportunity to share information, projects, knowledge and encouragement in small, informal settings.

Workshops & Training

Film Alliance NW offers the latest in media essentials to provide a “hire-able knowledge” of production through workshops and the Film Alliance NW knowledge Series. Members also receive discounts on training through affiliations with other organizations.

 


 


Learn more about the benefits of joining our organization!

Major Supporting Donors

Idaho Film Office logo            

Film Alliance NW (formerly kNIFVES) is a 501(c)3 Nonprofit Organization