Filmmaking on Madison Street

Madison Street Films is a new boutique production and promotion company in Seattle that develops marketing and television campaigns, corporate films and documentaries. MSF’s Seattle facilities feature two video editing suites and production offices overlooking the waterfront. In-house staff includes producers, writers, and editors. Directors and crew are matched to each project, based on experience and style.

(PRWEB) April 21, 2005 -- Madison Street Films is a new boutique production and promotion company in Seattle that develops marketing and television campaigns, corporate films and documentaries. They’re currently in post production on Chill, a series for teens shot reality t.v. style, and recently won a Communicator Crystal Award for the teen educational video Making Sense of Media.

“Our focus is on small to medium businesses making a positive contribution to society with their products or services,” says owner April Wren. “Besides producing visual media, we also collaborate with clients to reinforce their existing marketing efforts. What sets us apart is our integrity and level of service. We treat each client like they’re our only client.”

MSF’s Seattle facilities feature two video editing suites and production offices overlooking the waterfront. In-house staff includes producers, writers, and editors. Directors and crew are matched to each project, based on experience and style.

Wren joined the Seattle production community in 1993, after eight years in LA at Paramount Pictures and Sony Studios, and co-owned Culp Productions, until forming her own company in 2004.

For more information, please contact:
Cheryl Cowan
Madison Street Films, Inc.
911 Western Ave. Suite 403
Seattle, WA 98104                   
Tel: 206-405-4141
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