West Seattle weekend scene: ‘Clutch’ premiere at The Admiral

Notice the gleaming classic cars outside the Admiral Theater tonight? The show of muscle (cars) was only fitting for the public premiere of a movie said to include more than 150 vehicles. The movie is “Clutch,” a years-in-the-making project for West Seattleite Jay Rowlands, as we reported two months ago. Tonight, he held court at the crowded premiere:

(This photo and next two, shared by Jennifer – thanks!)
The crowd that gathered for red-carpet arrivals filled the Admiral’s lobby:

And some of the cars remained outside the theater during the screening:

If you missed the premiere, you can get the film on DVD or BluRay – it was just released this week and can be ordered right from the “Clutch” website’s home page.

3 Replies to "West Seattle weekend scene: 'Clutch' premiere at The Admiral"

  • HelperMonkey June 30, 2013 (9:59 am)

    wow. amazing movie! great job Jay! also big thumbs up for the Admiral Theater! I hadn’t been in a long time and forgot how wonderfully quirky and awesome it is. I love that they’ve opened up the balcony and serve beer and wine, too. I hope they do more event movie nights like this and highlight more local filmmakers.

  • jeff jones June 30, 2013 (11:19 am)

    Ya got er done Jay, great stuff! Great event, good to see all the folks. Congrats

  • Jenn July 2, 2013 (5:12 pm)

    Fabulous night and a fabulous movie! I heard they are going to show it again at the Admiral.

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