Nolichucky Pictures Producer Chris Albrecht, left, holds an umbrella over the camera for Director
Buck Kahler. Re-enactor Matt Tharp, portraying a Cherokee at Fort Loudoun, gets ready to film
his part in the state park's new documentary.
|Published: 9:34 AM, 09/26/2012
Author: Melissa Kinton
Source: The Monroe County Advocate
Cameras are not an unusual sight at
Fort Loudoun State Historic Area in Vonore. Tourists often have them
swinging from their necks or perched on tripods. Lately, a different
kind of camera has been spotted in and around the fort - a movie
Throughout the past few months, film
crews with Nolichucky Pictures have been busy shooting footage for a
new documentary about the 250-year-old fort. When complete, the
Knoxville-based movie makers will actually produce two high
definition videos: a short one for the fort to play in its museum
and a longer one that visitors will be able to purchase from the gift
shop. The longer video, or a portion of it, is expected to air on
Public Broadcast Service (PBS) television sometime in 2013.
See full story in the Wednesday, Sept. 26, edition of The Advocate & Democrat.
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