When Africa is Ohio: lessons in Hollywood geography

Goodale, Gloria
February 1999
Christian Science Monitor;2/23/99, Vol. 91 Issue 60, p2
Discusses the Locations 99 exhibition of possible sites where movies may be filmed. William Balch's search for a site for his film, `Camp Comfort'; Strategies towns and countries use to attract film makers to shoot their movies there; Frank Capra Jr.'s studio in Wilmington, North Carolina; Shooting films outside of Los Angeles, California, in order to save money; Presentations by Germany, Australia, Wyoming, Ohio, Mexico, and the Philippines.


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