On Saturday, October 28th, 2017 at 6:15PM, Last Seen in Idaho will screen at the Gig Harbor Film Festival. The entire line-up for the 4-day festival looks amazing, and I’m excited to not only screen but to attend and watch other films as well.

In case you don’t know much about the film, I’ll share with you the trailer and give you a brief overview:

Genre: Thriller/Mystery
Story: A woman awakens from a coma after a car accident and begins having shocking visions of her future murder. It’s a race against the clock as she tries to solve and prevent her own murder.
Running Time: Approx 110 minutes (with credits)
Rating: R (some language and some violence)
Starring: Hallie Shepherd, Wes Ramsey, Shawn Christian, and Casper Van Dien
Directed by: Eric Colley
Written by: Hallie Shepherd
Produced by: Eric Colley, Hallie Shepherd, Edward Kahl, Nidal Kahl, Sean Gleaves and a great big, fabulous production team!

Festival Venue:
Galaxy Uptown
4649 Point Fosdick Drive Northwest
Gig Harbor, Washington 98335

The film was shot in Washington state, including one major location in Gig Harbor. If you are confused by the fact that the movie’s title has “Idaho” in it, let me clear up your confusion now (let’s just say that I’ve received this question before). The main character’s visions reveal to her that her own future kidnapping/murder will take place in Idaho. Basically, she’s trying to avoid Idaho and thus, most of the story takes place in Washington.

The Galaxy Uptown in Gig Harbor is a beautiful, newer theatre with reclining stadium seating, but that also means that seats are limited. So if you are planning to come out to the festival to see Last Seen in Idaho, I recommend that you arrive early if you want to get a seat. Both Eric Colley and I will be in attendance, but we will gladly sit in the aisle or stand in the lobby to give you a seat.

Can’t make it to the festival? No worries. I’ll post news when we have details about the DVD/VOD release.


Hallie Shepherd is a writer, actress, and film producer. Follow her on Instagram where she celebrates the stories we tell.