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Seattle Filmmakers and Woodinville Producer Bring World War II Film to the Big Screen

Brad Vancour

From left to right, the members of Good Message Films: Tony Doupe (actor and instructor), Charles Wadlow (executive search guru), Brad Vancour (founder), Ben Katon (real estate developer), James Sunstad (marketing guru) and Joel Petersen (US Trust VP and chairman of Bellevue Museum of Arts).

From left to right, the members of Good Message Films: Tony Doupe (actor and instructor), Charles Wadlow (executive search guru), Brad Vancour (founder), Ben Katon (real estate developer), James Sunstad (marketing guru) and Joel Petersen (US Trust VP and chairman of Bellevue Museum of Arts).

The World War II film “The Last Rescue” premiered Oct. 4 at the Edmonds Center for the Arts.

The film’s director/producer Eric Colley and writer/producer Hallie Shepherd (owners of Fireshoe Productions) are natives to the Puget Sound area. One of the film’s executive producers, Brad Vancour, resides in Woodinville.

“The Last Rescue” stars Cody Kasch (Desperate Housewives, Chain Letter) as Private Lewis, a young soldier unprepared for the horrors of war. His hesitation in battle results in the severe wounding of his commanding officer Captain Beckett (Brett Cullen, The Dark Knight Rises, Lost). When the group gets stranded behind enemy lines, the soldiers and nurses try to orchestrate an escape by taking a high-ranking German officer as their prisoner.

The film has already been signed by Los Angeles-based Artist View Entertainment.

This article originally appeared on The Woodinville Weekly.