Future Movie Settings

Historical Sites and Modes of Transportation

Last week I posted photos of buildings and structures taken during daytrips with my co-producer wife to possible future movie settings (our “what can we do?” response to the COVID lockdown). Here, I continue with historical sites and modes of transportation we might possibly use for in-development period films (our southwest Ohio/northern Kentucky area is rich in history). You’ll notice that many of the vehicles are in display settings. These can often–with strict supervision–be moved to shooting locations. Also, vehicles that cannot be moved can be placed into new settings digitally by screening-in moving backgrounds (we did this on my last film, Notzilla). These are just some of the many promising settings and vehicles we’ve seen. I’ll post more images next week.

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31 Responses to Future Movie Settings

  1. aruna3 says:

    Most interesting article.photos are most beautiful.

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  2. aruna3 says:

    Is this article related from England? Plz reply.

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  3. V.J. Knutson says:

    Excellent spots to stir the creative imagination.

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  5. pastorpete51 says:

    Love the photos. I know minus zilch about movies but I’ll vote for the cool looking rural delivery postal buggy, the inside of the train car and the red brick with the white fence. Have a great week-end my movie making friend!

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  6. When you film the movie on the steam train, can I play the engineer?
    Pleeeaaasssseeee ….

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  7. Halbarbera says:

    Vintage shots all

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  8. Gail Perry says:

    I’m using snowshoes and dog sleds.🌨❄❄❄🌡🇨🇦

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  9. heavenlyangelicnouveau says:

    Beautiful 🌹🙏

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  10. Mark Johnson says:

    Wow! Each image is so evocative, Mitch.

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  11. BGCT2VA says:

    Really like the block building with the shutters and little stoop. It’s timeless.

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  12. These are great!! I’m ready to get on board that train.

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  13. Really great locations!

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  14. Erika says:

    Back in time… I wonder what movie that would be.

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  15. Excellent photographs.

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  16. Kathleen Ellerman says:

    Some very beautiful and interesting settings! Giving us some hope for the future!

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  17. Jennie says:

    This is a beautiful part of our country. I was born and raised not too far away in West Virginia, right on the Kentucky border.

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  18. Henry Lewis says:

    Looks like you had a very successful scout.

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  19. A lovely trip to days of yore.

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  21. Those locations are all really nice about how long would you say it took you to acquire them all !

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