Camera Ready film team visits Douglas
On Tuesday, March 26, 2019, and Wednesday, March 27, 2019, Atlanta based Craig Miller Productions, visited Douglas and Coffee County. Craig Miller (Owner/Producer) and Kit Vinsick (Director), came to Douglas to see the World War II Airbase and Flight Training Museum. Jennifer Chilton (Chamber of Commerce Tourism Director) and Blondale Thomas (Douglas Public Information Manager), led the team on a “world tour” of Coffee County featuring the airbase, museum, downtown, restaurants, and the State Park.
“While the team was here, we decided to show several film locations in Douglas and Coffee County,” says Blondale Thomas, Public Information Manager. “They filmed a lot of our locations and took a lot of photos. Who knows, maybe we’ll get more film scouts here soon and an offer for a major movie production at one of our local venues or landmarks.”
Georgia’s Camera Ready program began in 2010 with 16 counties as members. The program helps filmmakers locate film locations and identify through the camera ready liaisons who they need to talk to in Georgia communities. Douglas became a Camera Ready Community in 2011 along with 72 other Georgia communities. As of 2014, all Georgia counties are now Camera Ready Communities. Douglas’ Camera Ready liaison is Jennifer Chilton.
“We know there are other areas in Douglas and Coffee County that filming would be ideal, however, those areas must be accessible to a film crew and not located in a protected habitat,” says Jennifer Chilton, Tourism Director/Camera Ready Liaison.
Special thanks to the WWII Airbase Committee, WWII Flight Training Museum Committee, Tom Reilly, Don Brooks, and General Coffee State Park.
If you think you have land or a building that you would like listed on the state’s Camera Ready locations website, please contact Jennifer Chilton at 912-384-1873. For more information about the Camera Ready program, please visit www.cameraready.georgia.org.
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