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    Walker Evans
    Walker Evans
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    [b]Movie Being Shot In Granville, German Village[/b]
    By MIKE BOWERSOCK
    Published: December 09, 2010

    [i]David Sabbath, of Columbus, is shooting part of “God Don’t Make The Laws,” a short story he wrote that will feature Paul Sorvino from “Goodfellas,” Bruce Davison from “X-Men,” and Robert Prescott from “Burn After Reading.”[/i]

    [i]Sabbath has made documentaries and commercials through his Columbus company Three Dog Films, but this is his first full-length drama.[/i]

    READ MORE: http://www2.nbc4i.com/entertainment/2010/dec/09/movie-being-shot-columbus-ar-321036/

    #399109

    gk
    Member
    #399110

    deraj1013
    Participant

    Walker wrote >>
    [b]Movie Being Shot In Granville, German Village[/b]
    By MIKE BOWERSOCK
    Published: December 09, 2010
    [i]David Sabbath, of Columbus, is shooting part of “God Don’t Make The Laws,” a short story he wrote that will feature Paul Sorvino from “Goodfellas,” Bruce Davison from “X-Men,” and Robert Prescott from “Burn After Reading.”[/i]
    [i]Sabbath has made documentaries and commercials through his Columbus company Three Dog Films, but this is his first full-length drama.[/i]
    READ MORE: http://www2.nbc4i.com/entertainment/2010/dec/09/movie-being-shot-columbus-ar-321036/

    The picture of Paul Sorvino in the German Village Coffee House (plus the NBC4 video) proves that they have filmed at least this movie in Columbus.

    [url=http://blog.dispatch.com/movies/2010/12/_actor_paul_sorvino_and_1.shtml]Read more[/url]

    #399111

    Antonio
    Member

    Part of the next Batman movie to be filmed in Pittsburgh…

    http://www.pittsburghlive.com/x/pittsburghtrib/news/pittsburgh/s_722979.html

    #399112

    Cardiff
    Member

    George Clooney and Ryan Gosling are currently filming “The Ides of March” in Cincy.
    http://www.wlwt.com/entertainment/26876145/detail.html

    #399113

    Parker
    Participant

    The Burgh has a fantastic downtown and the largest number of bridges per capita in the world. It makes for a great backdrop for an urban adventure without the NYC or Chicago price tag.

    I always thought that parts of Linden could double for an LA suburb. We have a diversity of neighborhoods in Cbus that could make filming easy for movies that jump from one type of neighborhood to another. Even FTON would be great for certain genres of film.

    #399114

    Antonio
    Member

    I agree, it takes a while for Hollywood to plan, take notice and execute the decisions to use Ohio.

    Looking at Michigan it’s been a 10 year endeavour and it is clearly paying off.

    Kasich would be wise to keep the tax incentives in place. This could pump millions into the economy of Ohio from small towns to large cities.

    Parker wrote >>
    The Burgh has a fantastic downtown and the largest number of bridges per capita in the world. It makes for a great backdrop for an urban adventure without the NYC or Chicago price tag.
    I always thought that parts of Linden could double for an LA suburb. We have a diversity of neighborhoods in Cbus that could make filming easy for movies that jump from one type of neighborhood to another. Even FTON would be great for certain genres of film.

    #399115

    Parker
    Participant

    Antonio wrote >>
    I agree, it takes a while for Hollywood to plan, take notice and execute the decisions to use Ohio.
    Looking at Michigan it’s been a 10 year endeavour and it is clearly paying off.
    Kasich would be wise to keep the tax incentives in place. This could pump millions into the economy of Ohio from small towns to large cities.

    Parker wrote >>
    The Burgh has a fantastic downtown and the largest number of bridges per capita in the world. It makes for a great backdrop for an urban adventure without the NYC or Chicago price tag.
    I always thought that parts of Linden could double for an LA suburb. We have a diversity of neighborhoods in Cbus that could make filming easy for movies that jump from one type of neighborhood to another. Even FTON would be great for certain genres of film.

    You mention Michigan – really good point. They really put something together well and have quite an asset across the state and in Detroit. Check out these images from the abandoned Detroit – sad, but great film opportunities here:

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/01/26/detroit-decline_n_813696.html#218521

    In many cases, the sets are already made (as long as the floors hold and the roof doesn’t fall in on you!)

    #399116

    Antonio
    Member

    This is all over the state, not just the ruins of Detroit.

    See how this has exploded in the last couple of years in the state up north.

    http://www.michiganfilmoffice.org/Made-in-Michigan/Film/Default.aspx

    #399117

    Parker
    Participant

    Antonio wrote >>
    This is all over the state, not just the ruins of Detroit.
    See how this has exploded in the last couple of years in the state up north.
    http://www.michiganfilmoffice.org/Made-in-Michigan/Film/Default.aspx

    Wow! That’s a lot of films. I got nothing to follow that yet.

    #399118

    Antonio
    Member

    Yes it is.

    Michigan raised Jeff Daniels was greatly responsible for promoting this over the years and was relentless in badgering on both sides of the aisle.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Daniels,_Jeff

    Had the pleasure of meeting him once, not at all Hollywood, just a regular midwest guy that loves his state.

    TV movies and shows coming on as well.

    http://www.michiganfilmoffice.org/Made-in-Michigan/TV/Default.aspx

    Parker wrote >>

    Antonio wrote >>
    This is all over the state, not just the ruins of Detroit.
    See how this has exploded in the last couple of years in the state up north.
    http://www.michiganfilmoffice.org/Made-in-Michigan/Film/Default.aspx

    Wow! That’s a lot of films. I got nothing to follow that yet.

    #399119

    awd86ed
    Member

    Parker wrote >>

    Antonio wrote >>
    This is all over the state, not just the ruins of Detroit.
    See how this has exploded in the last couple of years in the state up north.
    http://www.michiganfilmoffice.org/Made-in-Michigan/Film/Default.aspx

    Wow! That’s a lot of films. I got nothing to follow that yet.

    I worked on touchback when it first began shooting here in Coshocton. Sadley they wanted to move the shoot to Michigan.

    #399120
    Walker Evans
    Walker Evans
    Keymaster

    [b]Ohio luring superhero film[/b]
    Business First
    Date: Monday, February 28, 2011

    [i]Ohio Gov. John Kasich is hoping one of his next big economic development wins is a multimillion-dollar superhero movie he’s luring to shoot in Cleveland, the Plain Dealer reports.[/i]

    READ MORE: http://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/morning_call/2011/02/ohio-luring-superhero-film.html

    #399121
    Chris Sunami
    Chris Sunami
    Participant

    Walker wrote >>
    [b]Ohio luring superhero film[/b]
    Business First
    Date: Monday, February 28, 2011
    [i]Ohio Gov. John Kasich is hoping one of his next big economic development wins is a multimillion-dollar superhero movie he’s luring to shoot in Cleveland, the Plain Dealer reports.[/i]
    READ MORE: http://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/morning_call/2011/02/ohio-luring-superhero-film.html

    The plot features a dynamic young conservative governor who moonlights as costumed vigilante “Strikebreaker.”

    #399122

    joev
    Participant

    For all the talk about public employees getting outsized benefits, the film industry are the real welfare queens.

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