Monday, July 21, 2008

The Last Scenes...

The equipment truck.

The wardrobe trailer got pretty messy today because there were people to be extras that came today for the dance scene.

Hair time again to look like the '20s!!

Craft Services.

"Gordon" types on a typewriter while on his mission.

The dance hall in the church where Gordon B. Hinckley really went to church at one time.

"I'm ready for my close up Mr. Demille!"

Marjorie spots Gordon for the first time.

A closer look at the scene.

Us three girls look towards Gordon's direction.

TC (the Director) gives Levi instructions.

Us three girls at the dance.

Ready to begin Levi's close up.

Time for the '40s!! Time to go to church.

THE END! My last day of filming for this neat little project is over. I was sad to leave. I hope another project comes along soon! :) It's been so neat to portray Marjorie Hinckley even in the small way that I did. I love the friendships that are formed while on set. I love working with fun people! Now, it's back to the day job (which is usually also fun) for me!!


Vicki said...

It sounds like you had so much fun! You'll have to let us know when we can see it! And I'm sure there will be more projects for you to do. Even though I didn't get to know you very well, I can tell from your blog and Facebook that you are very talented! :-)

Thelissa said...

I didn't realize you were already done filming now. What a fun thing though. Can't wait to see it!

Lilly said...

Congratulation on completing all the hard but fun work and I hope, as many, to see the complete production when available.
Take care

Anonymous said...

I'm so excited to see the finished project. You look so cute:)

Heather said...

What a fun experience. Can't wait to see it!

Shiloh said...

You look so cute!!
p.s. I finally saw the Emma Smith movie (thanks Movies 8!) and I felt so special when I saw your name! I felt famous by association! :)

youreprettytoo said...

I am so excited to see this film. You definitely look like Sister Hinckley when she was younger. I feel cooler for knowing you!

Grandma B said...

Tam, I am so happy for you to have this neat opportunity! You do look like her! I know how talented you are from all the growing up stuff you and my girls were involved in... I love checking in on you and Thelissa from time to time. (Linked through Michelle from a girl she works with and saw you and your sis.)
Let us know when and how to see this film...hoping I can purchase a copy of it. Who are the directors, producers, cinematoghrapher? I just started a blog. Check it out at
you can link the girls blogs from there. Have a great day and congrats again! Janet Ballard