The MLK Grocery Outlet parking lot was the staging area Friday. By Sunday, cast and crew had moved on to the mystery soda machine on John in front of the Broadway Locksmith. Seattle filmmaker Lynn Shelton is back in town and shooting scenes for a new production — Touchy Feely.
Shooting began Friday in the Central District. It’s one of a handful or projects taking advantage of beautiful Seattle weather including a commercial for a dental association that made its way around Capitol Hill last week.
Shelton previously directed several indie flicks, including the Stranger-inspired Humpday and a particularly crazy episode of Mad Men (the one in Season 4 where Don almost gets caught by the Feds, Lane’s father slaps him for having a black girlfriend and Lucky Strike drops Sterling Cooper Draper Price). The new film stars Rosemarie DeWitt, Scott McNairy, Ellen Page and Josh Pais.
Atop Capitol Hill — from Art Zone with Nancy Guppy