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Music video from Lions Ambition filmed at Green Lake Park

Seattle-based band Lions Ambition filmed scenes from their new video, Memories, at Green Lake Park. The band told Inside Belltown that Memories is about “a sad dilemma of mixed emotions of wanting a relationship back, but it just won’t pan out. You love each other, but due to a life situation, you can’t hold on to each other.” Watch the video here: Thanks for the tip, David!

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Time-lapse of the Seattle sky

Joseph Tobiason, a photographer based out of Phinney Ridge, shares the following time-lapse of the Seattle sky. The video, which took Joseph over a year to make, includes shots of Green Lake: Thank you, Joseph!

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Feature film to be filmed at Green Lake Park

An independent feature film called “Matt’s Chance” will be filmed at Green Lake Park on Friday, March 30, 2012, 7 a.m. – 2 p.m. The film stars Edward Furlong. The actor is best known for his roles in American History X and Terminator 2: Judgment Day. Vicky Berglund-Davenport of Mirror Images, LTD provides the following information about the filming and and some possible effects on the neighborhood: DESCRIPTION OF ACTIVITY: Most of the filming will take place on the playground, a boat on the lake, and the Bathhouse Theatre. However, we will be parking our trucks on near the playground. We are working with the…

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Mockingbird Books to celebrate ‘The Lorax’ on Friday

Mockingbird Books (7220 Woodlawn Ave NE) will be hosting an event in celebration of the release of The Lorax Movie on Friday, Feb. 17 2012 at 3 p.m. The event, which will be of particular interest to kids aged 4-10, will include a costumed reading of Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax and free prizes, including movie tickets, t-shirts and bookmarks. For more information, contact info [at]

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Family movie set in Green Lake in the early ’70s

Many thanks to Tom Swafford for sharing the following video clip with us, a family movie from the early 1970s shot in the Green Lake neighborhood and at Green Lake Park. Tom, a violinist and composer, used thumb pianos and violin to create a soundtrack for the footage. NE 71st St, the Green Lake Community Center’s roundabout, and East Green Lake Beach can all be seen.    

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