Tag Archive: teen dance

Room with a Tacoma View

By Karen Whitehead, director Her Aim Is True There’s a myth about filmmaking you often hear: films happen when you turn on the cameras and you can always find your story when you… Continue reading

‘Tall Cool One,’ The Wailers and the Northwest scene

TALL COOL ONE, The Wailers and the Northwest Scene Guest Post by John Broven The Wailers, widely reputed as the pioneering Northwest band, bounced into the national spotlight in 1959 with their very… Continue reading

The Boys From Tacoma

Behind the scenes of Jini Dellaccio’s first rock n roll photo shoot in the early 1960s is a captivating story of teens coming of age in a blue collar town, determined to create… Continue reading

WHEN ROCK WAS YOUNG – a personal tale from the production’s research file

By Her Aim Is True director, Karen Whitehead One of the first things I learned as a reporter was that sometimes the best stories you get to write about are the unexpected ones,… Continue reading

“Designing” HER AIM IS TRUE

By Her Aim Is True director, Karen Whitehead Watch any film or TV show and it is the story that draws you in. If it is compelling, (and we are confident Her Aim… Continue reading