Original Old Town, brick buildings & store fronts.we are a historic film backlot we enjoy working with small and large shoots and have knowledge of what it takes to help you get the best shot Main street goes right down the center of the town. The town owner has full control of productions permits, and road closures for filming. All store fronts, and warehouses are designated for filming. Bank - On the corner, Original Bank w/ teller windows, offices, and Original Bank Vault. Store fronts - Original store fronts, and facades. Town has one main street w/ 3- 4 stores, and 3 warehouses. A barn located in the back. Base camp and parking for 65+ crew cars, keeping a fire lane available. Easy load-in/ load-out accessibility for working trucks. for additional fee 10,000 square feet of old town setting, all property is accessible for film production use. 45 min south of ATL, in Haralson ,GA. Easy access for crew & working trucks RATES SCHEDULE: HOURLY RATE: Hourly Rate based on total number of Cast & Crew Minimum shoot fee: $100.00 an hour per property minium pleas review what is avaiable to shoot . We have a $1,650 minimum shoot fee to reserve a date. CALCULATE HOURLY RATE: Hourly rate is based on number of crew presen Site REP: Site rep. fee of $100 is paid by film maker This is determined on a case by case basis. SITE VISITS & SCOUTS: If you would like to schedule a site visit, we do showings on weekdays, and weekends. Please let us know what works best for you. We look forward to welcoming you and your production into our space.
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Fortes L. booked a production for 10 people
Jaime was a responsive host. We corresponded thru email and phone prior to my arrival. I wanted to scout the place prior to shooting. This place hosts The Walking Dead Tours and was featured in the movie Lawless. It's situated next to a railroad track. The trains pass thru twice a day which is what I was told. Jaime met my crew and I and was kind enough to give us a tour. The space is as advertised. There are many structures on site. You'll have to be specific on which areas you would like to film for some parts of the town are owned by another property manager. She was kind enough to inquire about the other structures on our behalf. Across the street is a general store with lots of space and another room that isn't furnished. The bank, post office, and silos are what I was interested in and these are owned by Jaime. The bank does not have photos online, but it does have the teller counters. There is a vault in the back if you're interested. The post office which is next to the bank is currently under construction. I plan on shooting a short film in a nondescript town set in the 1920s and this area fits the bill. I look forward to its completion in the fall.