There was no need for a Hollywood tour package for those who visited the Washington School last weekend, where The Forge Studios was shooting its first full-scale production at its new world headquarters, a sci-fi martial arts action short called “The Mark,” with principal bad guy Bill Walton (in real life, company chairman Walton plays The Forge’s principal . . . well, good guy). There was extensive fight choreography with Forge Film Program members James E. Whitley III and Philippe Prosper, special effects and lighting effects supervised by The Forge’s own Jerry Mosemak, writing and direction by The Forge’s Ron Newcomb and wardrobe, props and more by producer Skip Lipman. The Film Program is fueled by Forge’s mantra of “together filmmaking,” where filmmakers and enthusiasts at every level are invited to participate in the filmmaking process. For more, visit theforgestudios.com.