The Union Recorder

October 16, 2013

Film uses local extras

Kyle Collins
The Union-Recorder

MILLEDGEVILLE — The ‘Crimes & Mr. Meanors’ feature family adventure film returned to the Milledgeville City Hall steps Tuesday afternoon.

Around 20 local extras descended on the set for a press conference scene. Creekside Films in conjunction with Glass Door Entertainment are using downtown Milledgeville locations.

The crew will also utilize the basement of the Community Visitors Bureau and two Central State Hospital buildings later this week. Capital City continues serving as base camp for actors and crew.

The kid-friendly plot teaches lessons about America and the conservative, godly principles the country was founded upon.

Washington, D.C., was used for the movie as well.

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