Waltz Reaches Production Milestone, Newspaper Article, Journey in Photos
A PRODUCTION MILESTONE
Grimm Sleeper Productions' first-ever feature film, WALTZ, hit a sizable production milestone as the cast and crew wrapped filming at Freddy's Haunts this week. In the early hours of Tuesday morning, just before sunrise, a large bonfire could be seen to take hold in the firepit outside the iconic Beaver County haunted attraction. Several cast members, covered in very realistic blood, scars, and other injuries, spent the night filming some of the demanding scenes of the entire film.
That same night, the cast paid a visit to another iconic Beaver County location, The Fallout Shelter, located below the popular bowling alley, Sheffield Lanes. Scenes were filmed on the veranda outside the alley as well as in the club itself.
Filming is now on a brief hiatus before picking up again in early September.
The Beaver County Times featured a write-up of Waltz by Entertainment Editor Scott Tady. The article was featured in the Thursday, August 12th, edition of the Times and is available online here.
THE JOURNEY SO FAR: A GALLERY OF PRODUCTION PHOTOS
Check out the gallery below, a selection of photos from the set of WALTZ! Be sure to visit the social media pages for WALTZ to see even more images!