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Published: Thursday, July 11, 2013, 12:01 a.m.

Locally made'Imagination Thief' screens at Everett theater

  • Jack Charles (Brian Harmon) at the bookstore.

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    Jack Charles (Brian Harmon) at the bookstore.

A film that was shot locally at locations including the Historic Everett Theatre, the Evergreen Cemetery, The Repp restaurant in Snohomish, JJ Books in Country Village in Bothell and private homes in Bellevue, will be screened Friday and Saturday at Historic Everett Theatre.
The film, "Imagination Thief," also supports a local cast and crew including lead actor Brian Harmon from Monroe as well as the directors Jemely and Jeremy Jayme of Mill Creek.
"Imagination Thief" is a full-length feature film produced by Dead Wringer Productions, a startup production company founded and run by the Jaymes, twin sisters who collaborate on many creative projects.
"Imagination Thief" is the first film produced under the new production company.
The drama is a mystery that tells the story of concert pianist Jack Charles, a young man who has the an ability to duplicate another person's talent.
The death of Jack's father forces Jack to confront his past and to learn the dark side of his abilities.
Before each showing of the film, a classic black and white silent film will be shown with organ accompanist Sharon Stearned on the pipe organ.
The silent film will be screened at at 6 Friday night and Saturday followed by the "Imagination Thief" at 7:30 p.m. at Historic Everett Theatre, 2911 Colby Ave., Everett.
Tickets are $10 for adults and $6 for children 12 and under. For tickets go to imaginationthief.brownpapertickets.com, or at the box office of the Historic Everett Theatre.
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