(WGHP) – Two feature films will be made in North Carolina with approval from the North Carolina Department of Commerce.
“The Supremes at Earl’s All-You-Can-Eat” is a film adaptation of the novel of the same name by Edward Kelsey Moore. Production is underway, filming primarily in New Hanover County. was approved for reimbursement of up to $5.75 million.
NCDOC published the following description of “The Supremes at Earl’s All-You-Can-Eat”:
The story follows three best friends who have weathered the storms of life together for two generations through marriage and children, happiness and the blues.
“Mother Couch!” is an independent feature film. Filming is set to begin this week in the greater Charlotte area. He was approved for a discount of up to $1.75 million.
NCDOC has published the following description of “Mother Couch!” :
This independent feature film project tells the story of three estranged children who are reunited as they try to figure out why their mother has settled into a green couch at a local furniture store and refuses to leave.
The Department of Commerce estimates that these combined projects will generate direct spending in the state of approximately $30 million and create more than 1,500 jobs.
“It’s quite simple: film productions mean good jobs across North Carolina,” Governor Roy Cooper said in the press release. “We have worked hard to bring the film industry back with record investments and huge momentum for the future.”
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