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Major movie and television studio in Columbus also will be home for CSU film students


Taking a break Friday from production of his latest film, “My Brother’s Keeper,” now being shot in Columbus, Ty Manns expressed confidence that the city can become a thriving mecca of movie-making in the coming years.

“Columbus has everything, the locations, so vast that you can make anything from a period piece here to a modern-day film,” said the writer, director and producer who lives in Phenix City and has made a name for himself with a series of faith-based movies.

The Hollywood hopes of Columbus have long lacked a couple of critical pieces of the puzzle, however, as the economic impact of filmmaking in Georgia climbed in recent years to a cool $9.5 billion annually.

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