We now have an official date for the premiere! Saturday, August 2nd, doors open at 12:30 PM at the Chalet Theatre in Enumclaw!
You can find out more details and tell us you are coming by checking out the event on Facebook.
More details following soon…
It’s been about a month since those jam-packed filming days. They were so much fun and I know, in my circles at least, we are still talking about what a great experience it was. I’ve had the pleasure of receiving some behind the scenes photos from Susan Etchey, a local Freelance Writer, Media Specialist, and Publicist. I thought you might want to see them too! I hope to be sharing more updates with you as we move into post production, and hopefully, we will see you at the premiere!
Local Producer and Social Media Person
Photo Credit: Susan Etchey:Photo-journalist
Do you have any classic cars or trucks from the 1930’s to late 1950’s? We are on the lookout for owners who would like their vehicles featured in a film celebrating Enumclaw’s Centennial. This film is sponsored by King County’s 4Culture, and The City of Enumclaw. The filming will take place from August 11th to the 13th.
Here is the list of cars/trucks we are looking for and dates we need them. We are also looking for motorcycles from that era too.
Cars We Need
On August 12th:
3– 1930’s cars
(anything prior to 1935),
1– 1930’s or 40’s truck
(anything prior to 1944)
On August 13th:
1– brand new (looking)
1959 sports car
1– 1950’s livestock truck
1– 1940’s or 1950’s car
Cars We Want
1930’s or 1940’s cars
(anything prior to 1947)
1920’s or 1930’s cars
(anything prior to 1935)
1930’s – 1950’s cars or trucks
(for a scene at the Sales Pavilion)
If you are interested in participating, please respond to this ad with:
- your name
- a picture of the vehicle
- a description of the vehicle
- your availability
If you have any questions or would like to know more about this project you can visit our website here: https://enumclaw100.wordpress.com/about/
It’s Rachel, the hair and makeup lead again, back with another crepe hair adventure to share!
Once again I have my trusty assistant Maxwell Swet, and a bunch of fake hair and sticky stuff to apply to his face. I used a different adhesive than spirit gum this time (it worked so much better! YAY!), and I also spent several hours perusing youtube for beard and moustache trimming advice. As a 20-something young lady, this is something I didn’t really see coming in my future, but it was interesting, none-the-less. 😉
I’ve discovered the need to purchase some beard and moustache wax for the type of moustaches we will be doing in the “Ten Decades” film, coming up here in about a month. The wax is what helps the long moustache hairs stay up and off to the sides instead of drooping into the mouth, getting into the food, etc. As I don’t have any right now, I went ahead and trimmed Max’s moustache fairly short, and for fun, added a “soul patch” underneath. All the people present concurred that he looked like he walked out of the Zorro film… all that was missing was his mask and cape.
Personally, I think this test looks 100x better than the last one. I had fun, learned a lot, and am getting faster!
Thanks for reading! Be sure to check back soon as production ramps up and the filming begins!
Social Media Lead
Hair and Makeup Lead
Some portions of the plot for the “Ten Decades” film involve going into the past, and a few of the characters need to have very full beards and some super moustaches.
Here’s some fun pictures from a beard test I did recently. It was my first time applying a fake beard. It took me too long (need to get faster), I made a few mistakes, and I obviously need some trimming lessons, but I think it’s a good first try.
A huge “Thank You!” to Maxwell Swet, who was my long-suffering first victi..*ahem*..model. Thank you for sitting through the fumes, the sticky fingers, and the hairs tickling and itching the inside of your nose. You’re the best!
Hair and Makeup Lead
Social Media Person
We need extras
and supporting cast!
No experience required!
About the film:
In celebration of Enumclaw’s 100th birthday, Hero Labs (www.herolabs.net) in collaboration with the City of Enumclaw is producing “Ten Decades”, a short film that tells the story of just how amazing Enumclaw has been, is now, and will be in the future. We want to show off the art, the local industries and businesses, the history, and most importantly, the enduring warm community spirit of Enumclaw through a story that takes a visitor on an adventure through the past.
Come one, come all! We need all ages! Please send an email to email@example.com to set up a time slot for a friendly and casual audition.
For Speaking Roles and Supporting Cast:
We are looking for: Male actors 30 – 70 years old, and Female actresses 12 – 70 years old.
Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your picture and state your age, gender and ethnicity. If you have it, please also include a performance resume, SAG/AFTRA status, and agent contact info.
- June 9th 10am -5pm
- June 18th 12-5pm
Location: The Chalet Theatre 1721 Wells St, Enumclaw, WA 98022
August 10th -14th are reserved for shooting, however it is unlikely that most characters will be needed for more than half a day during this time.
Shooting will take place in Enumclaw and its surrounding areas.
Contact Rachel Poling for more info or to schedule an audition.