In the second of a planned entertainment series for
Tickets will be $5 and available at the Rocky Top General Store and the Jewelry Exchange in Harriman soon.
Brooks, a local filmmaker and educator, has been taking the indie movie to film festivals this past year and has gotten great reviews. The film is Brooks' tribute to his father, who passed away in 2000.
“One of the characters in the movie, Charles “Buddy”
The film was shot right here in
Since college, Brooks has written and directed several commercials and short films, including his award-winning feature thriller, "Point of Fear".
On hand, to honor and help celebrate the “hometown” showing of “Boys of Summerville” with Brooks, will be Muse Watson and Bill Landry. After the show, the audience will be permitted to ask questions about the movie, movie production in general, upcoming shows, and about progress being made on the Princess restoration.
See the movie trailer below...