EFFINGHAM COUNTY, GA--(Marketwired - Mar 25, 2014) - Medient Studios (
Written by Georgia based writer Chad Darnell, "The Damned" is a possession horror genre film set in Savannah, Georgia. It is anticipated that principal photography will begin in third quarter of this year.
Savannah has been home to many films including "Midnight in the Garden of Evil," "The General's Daughter" and "Forrest Gump." "The Damned" is an exciting horror story that showcases Savannah, purported to be the most haunted city in America. The company expects to hire much of the production crew from the local area.
Medient Chairman Manu Kumaran stated, "We have lined up an exciting slate for the year. We wanted to kick off the slate with 'The Damned' to underline our commitment to creating a sustainable movie business in the region. The focus will continue to remain on local talent even as we scale up our operations."
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