PORT TOWNSEND: Businesses get sneak preview of how filming for Jennifer Lopez movie will work


PORT TOWNSEND — Jennifer Lopez will be in Port Townsend for a week in June, but most people at a briefing by movie industry representatives Tuesday were more interested in the affects the film crew will have on businesses and residents.

More than 30 people attended the workshop at the Pope Marine Park Building to hear Location Manager Jennifer Dunne talk about street closures, shooting times and filming locations.

The Columbia Pictures film, “Enough,” starring Lopez, Juliette Lewis, Billy Campbell and Fred Ward, will be in town June 13-18.

The film will be shot at the Port Townsend Ferry terminal, Union Wharf, City Dock, Fort Worden State Park, the Port Townsend Post Office, the Wooden Boat Foundation at Point Hudson, and along Water Street, Tyler Street and Sims Way.

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