Summer of ’67 – Filming Week Three

After a short breather, we kicked off week three with a Kate day (Bethany Davenport). We started with her and Van (Sam Brooks) at the Pleasant View Village Diner in Pleasant View, Tennessee. Actors poured in from Missouri and across Tennessee to participate in this powerful scene.

Pleasant View Diner during the filming of Summer of '67 movie

Behind the scenes filming Summer of '67 movie

We continued to Cedar Hill, Tennessee for her date with Peter (Christopher Dalton), her high school sweetheart. The date was delayed by an unexpected rain storm, but we all huddled under a tent and soon the weather passed and we were left with beautiful weather for the tender scene.

Bethany Davenport and Christopher Dalton in Summer of '67 movie

Day two of the week was a day of visitors coming to the house.

Behind the scenes filming Summer of '67 movie

Behind the scenes filming Summer of '67 movie

The week concluded with hippie day, and what a fun day it was! Hippies from across the country converged on an old logging road in Travis Price Park in Springfield, Tennessee. What a perfect, hidden gem of a location it turned out to be. Everyone enjoyed a relaxing day on set, lounging at the hippie hangout and listening to beautiful music.

Behind the scenes filming Summer of '67 movie

Behind the scenes filming Summer of '67 movie

Behind the scenes filming Summer of '67 movie

Behind the scenes filming Summer of '67 movie

Now on to week 4 which includes a wedding, 2 funerals, a baby shower, and an extended family dinner.

Summer of '67 behind the scenes, Vietnam War love story, indie movie, www.summerof67.com

About the Author Sharon Wilharm

Christian speaker, Sharon Wilharm, is a popular media guest, award-winning female filmmaker, and women’s ministry leader, whose faith-based films have screened in theaters, festivals, and churches around the world, and on multiple television networks. Sharon has recently taken over as women's ministry director at her church. Her passion is to lead prayer retreats, engaging women of all ages to pray with each other, for each other, praying with expectation.

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