Tuesday, November 30, 2010
Five years ago we released our first Franklin Springs film, A Journey Home. It’s gratifying to know that this special story continues to impact viewers. Here’s a new review from Kendra at New Life on a Homestead.
Tuesday, November 23, 2010
From a small suburban village…
To its nearby metropolis…
There’s plenty to like about a late Autumn day in greater Nashville.
Thursday, November 18, 2010
“An INSTANT HIT at our house!!”, she said in her review of The Art of Crafting.
Read more here.
Wednesday, November 17, 2010
At Franklin Springs we know that entertaining, high quality family gifts are hard to find, and that is why we have labored to create a quality film collection that your entire family will love watching and feel good about giving to others.
For your holiday shopping needs, we are making available a special 25% off coupon code good toward any purchase over $40. Shop our online store now to find the perfect films.
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Monday, November 15, 2010
Mark’s contribution to a new client project through our sister company, Franklin Films, begins as Director of Photography in Texas…
And continues as Editor back in Nashville…
We’ll share more about this project in the weeks to come.
Friday, November 12, 2010
We’re still in the writing/scouting/early pre-production phase. But we’re very happy that people are already rallying around this feature film project, which we intend to shoot in 2011. If you haven’t yet, please head here to join us…
Thursday, November 11, 2010
A spirit of gratitude filled the square in downtown Franklin today during the annual Veterans Day parade…
Franklin gets a lot of attention for its four annual Main Street festivals, but the Veterans Day Parade is special, too. Nice to see the town show its colors today…
Thursday, November 11, 2010
Today is a reminder of how much we enjoyed working on An American Adventure: The Living Legacy of Jimmy Gentry. His service in WWII included being one of the first liberating soldiers through the gates of the infamous Dachau prisoner of war camp. His subsequent life of service upon returning home to Franklin, TN has impacted people around the world.
Today also brings back very fond memories of the time we spent telling Still Standing: The Stonewall Jackson Story. Being at Virginia Military Institute, various locations around Lexington, VA, and throughout the Shenandoah Valley was testament to the life of service that distinguished this heroic figure.
Wednesday, November 10, 2010
The story of Stonewall Jackson, told in our Still Standing film, will be shared around the country via the nascent National Movie Night effort kicking off this week. Learn more about how you can participate here.
Thursday, November 4, 2010
A dad and three of his sons enjoyed visiting a feature film set yesterday for all the normal reasons: the excitement of the cast and crew working together to bring a story to life, a well-stocked craft service table, etc. But yesterday’s shoot had the benefit of spending extended time with Ken Wales (center). Ken’s production resume includes producing the feature film Amazing Grace and bringing Christie to television. The boy’s father has enjoyed knowing Ken for years; it was great for the boys to hear production stories directly from Mr. Wales.