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SCC Digital Video Productions seeks locations for film production

SCC Digital Video Productions seeks locations for film productionLocations required: Courthouse exterior, courthouse lobby, coroner's inquest room, old fashioned malt shop, expansive mansion exterior, mansion grounds, additional mansion exterior, entryway to a mansion with large ornate staircase, the den/study of a wealthy man, basement with revealed steps, large kitchen, party room, church sanctuary, church office, gymnasium and a ballroom.
By David Cazalet
Special ColumbiaMagazine.com story
Somerset Community College Theatre's Digital Video Production is currently seeking locations for the film project Nancy Barry's Big Case.If you own or supervise property that you feel would suitably serve one or more of the descriptions below and would like to see it featured in a film production, contact SCC Theatre director Steve Cleberg at (606)451-6760. Cleberg may be contacted by email at Steve.Cleberg@kctcs.edu.


Any suggestions for suitable sites will also be happily entertained.

Locations required for the production are Courthouse exterior, courthouse lobby, coroner's inquest room, old fashioned malt shop, expansive mansion exterior, mansion grounds, additional mansion exterior, entryway to a mansion with large ornate staircase, the den/study of a wealthy man, basement with revealed steps, large kitchen, party room, church sanctuary, church office, gymnasium and a ballroom.

Nancy Barry's Big Case is an off-beat romantic comedy that tells the story of a young college girl who tries to solve the mystery of a lifetime.

The project is a feature length film scheduled to begin shooting next summer. SCC Theatre invites anyone who would like to serve as talent or crew for this production to contact us by phone or email and we will send you an application.

The writer, David Cazalet, is Public Affairs director for Somerset Community College


This story was posted on 2007-10-09 16:23:57
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