Watch For Filmmakers In White Center This Friday

If you’re in the vicinity of 16th Ave SW and and SW 98th Street Friday (Sept. 9), keep your eyes peeled for a film crew, which will be shooting scenes for an indie feature film called “Eden” in White Center during the afternoon and into the night.

“Eden” is being directed by Seattle filmmaker Megan Griffiths, who was recently profiled by Seattle Magazine.

Here’s the full info via a press release:

“Eden,” an independent feature film directed by Seattle’s Megan Griffiths, will be filming scenes in the White Center area on Friday, September 9th. Filming will occur in the vicinity of 16th Avenue SW and SW 98th Street in the afternoon and into the night.

Sections of street parking on 16th Avenue SW and SW 98th Street will be reserved for production vehicles. With the assistance of the King County Sheriff’s Department, vehicle traffic on 16th Avenue SW between SW 98th Street and SW 100th Street will be rerouted between 7 pm September 9th and 5 am September 10th. The production company is coordinating with King County and the White Center Community Development Association regarding these parking and traffic revisions. Questions regarding the filming activity can be directed to Location Manager Dave Drummond at [email protected]

“Eden” is a proud recipient of funding assistance from Washington FilmWorks, which creates economic development opportunities by enhancing the competitiveness, profile and sustainability of Washington State’s film industry. For more information on the program, please visit

Here’s a video interview with Griffiths, about her film “The Off Hours,” which premiered at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival:


One Response to “Watch For Filmmakers In White Center This Friday”
  1. foy boy says:

    There is a letter writting campain to get officer Hancock back into white center. It is being sponsered by Vera at village green.

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