Adam Boyd teaches film production, screenwriting, and film criticism. An alumnus of Eastern Washington University's Film Program, Boyd has spent the last seven years working in the feature film and commercial industry as a producer and assistant director both locally within the state of Washington, and all around the country. He also serves as assistant director for the Spokane International Film Festival (www.spokanefilmfestival.org), as well as the chair of the Spokane Arts Commission.
Boyd's current film work explores and analyzes the evolution of film finance and production in conjunction with emerging technology and new internet based distribution models. He is one of the lead organizers for the 50 Hour Slam Inland Northwest Film Competition & Festival (www.50hourslam.com) and is also a founding member of the Spokane Film Project (www.spokanefilmproject.com).
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