Tearlach Productions, LLC, a full-service video production company from Huntsville, Ala., has been in the area shooting their full-length feature film, “The Art Collector.”
The company selected the Joy Gleghorn Nature Preserve on Wells Hill Road as one of their locations to film.
Written by Tearlach Productions owner Charles White, “The Art Collector” is the story of a serial kidnapper terrorizing the citizens of Northern Alabama. Young girls are missing, and the town of Highbridge is on edge. The race is on to capture the person or persons responsible, while the vanishings become more bizarre as time passes.
“Shooting is scheduled at locations in Madison, Huntsville and Ardmore, Ala., until May 10,” said Cynthia White, executive producer. “Editing is expected to continue for about a year, adding musical scores and getting the project ready for market.
“We very much appreciate the support of the local community,” she added. “While we’ve been here, everyone has gone out of their way to be as helpful as possible.”
Leading actors in the movie are Danny Vinson, Eugene Banks and Kathy Shea. Supporting actors include F.X. Vitolo and Julie Haught with the antagonist of the story Doug Sorenson, “The Art Collector”.
Behind the development, production and distribution are the writer, Charles White; executive producer, Cynthia White; director, Tim Wood; director of photography, Bill Schweikert; first assistant director, Tommy Hodge; second assistant director, Marcus Ferrell; and the associate producer, Kasey Brown.