Film crew coming to Fauntleroy starting this weekend

A film crew is coming to Fauntleroy, starting this Saturday. As a few WSB’ers have mentioned in e-mail, notices have been distributed to nearby homes, and “No Parking” signs are up; we also have spoken with location manager Dave Drummond, who shares this information:

The independent feature film “After the Ghost” will be filming scenes at a residence in Fauntleroy, a short distance north of the ferry terminal. Filming will occur on February 12-16 and Feb 19-21, both during the day and sometimes at night. The production is coordinating with the Fauntleroy Community Association and all nearby residents regarding parking, noise, and other potential impact to the area. Traffic on Fauntleroy Way should not be significantly impacted during daytime and peak hours. Minor traffic delays may be experienced late at night in that area, as Seattle Police will be conducting intermittent traffic holds for some scenes.

“After the Ghost” will be directed by Seattle’s Skip Moody and is being produced and shot entirely in Western Washington. For more information about the production or the impact to the Fauntleroy area, please contact Location Manager Dave Drummond at

“After the Ghost” is described online as a “present-day supernatural drama”; you can find out more about it here.

8 Replies to "Film crew coming to Fauntleroy starting this weekend"

  • coffee February 9, 2011 (12:02 pm)

    Super cool for West Seattle!

  • Mike February 9, 2011 (2:43 pm)

    Saw the no-parking signs this morning, on 46th SW I think. Didn’t know why they were there, and might be remembering the street incorrectly.

  • Genesee Hill February 9, 2011 (6:37 pm)

    Does the film crew need a fire truck?

  • Momof3 February 9, 2011 (6:43 pm)

    Nice one, Gen Hill!

  • Jack Fisher February 9, 2011 (8:04 pm)

    Wouldn’t it be cool if incoming ferry traffic had to wait for a change!!

  • Jordan February 13, 2011 (7:52 am)

    Missed this when it was posted, but saw the crew filming yesterday evening as we came home. Very cool to have this going on in our neighborhood.

  • Nicole February 14, 2011 (4:02 pm)

    Wow! How cool!!! Talked to some of the folks involved in the film and apparently there are still some opportunities to be involved…movies require BIG budgets and since this is an independent film they’re in need of such simple things as snacks for the crew, etc. You can contact them through the website if you want to stop by. Pretty cool to be on a movie set and see them in action!

  • randy February 15, 2011 (5:14 pm)

    check the movie’s web page out @ It is a Christian film and we could use a lot of different types of support. You can email and inquire on the website. There is also a donate button…

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