Short film made in Jackson

by

Published: June 26,2011

Tags: film, JACKSON, short film, Valentine's Day

Mississippi filmmakers recently wrapped “Valentine’s Day,” a tragic love story filmed in several Jackson locations with a local cast and crew and a budget under $20,000.

Executive producer Robbie Fisher said, “What we tried to do was make this a beautiful, locally produced film to show what we can do.”

>>See complete story

[RSS Feed] [del.icio.us]



To sign up for Mississippi Business Daily Updates, click here.

3 Responses to “Short film made in Jackson”

  1. Are the French becoming bored with wine? | Says:

    [...] Short film made in Jackson Mississippi filmmakers recently wrapped “Valentine’s Day,” a tragic love story filmed in several Jackson locations with a local cast and crew and a budget under $ 20,000. Read more on Mississippi Business Journal [...]

  2. » Lastest Valentine’s Day News Bangkok Khao San Road Says:

    [...] Short film made in Jackson [...] Short film made in Jackson Mississippi filmmakers recently wrapped “Valentine’s Day,” a tragic love story filmed in several Jackson locations with a local cast and crew and a budget under $ 20,000. Read more on Mississippi Business Journal [...] Read more on Mississippi Business Journal [...]

  3. » A surprising Valentine’s Day proposal in Ladner Bangkok Khao San Road Says:

    [...] Short film made in Jackson [...] Short film made in Jackson Mississippi filmmakers recently wrapped “Valentine’s Day,” a tragic love story filmed in several Jackson locations with a local cast and crew and a budget under $ 20,000. Read more on Mississippi Business Journal [...] Read more on Mississippi Business Journal [...]

POST A COMMENT

 

Twang & Tourism: The Country Music Trail

Our annual "Come See Us" magazine offers ideas for spots in Mississippi ranging from golf to culture to history to food. Click the photo for ideas, stories and access to the digital edition of this year's magazine.

FOLLOW THE MBJ ON TWITTER

Top Posts & Pages

%d bloggers like this: