Filming Completed for “Rosie’s Rescue”
Production Wraps in Henry County
NEW CASTLE, INDIANA —After nearly a week of filming in the New Castle area last week, the cast and crew of the new short film, “Rosie’s Rescue,” called it a wrap.
“Principal photography could not have gone better,” said writer and director Terry Weston Marsh, a Henry County resident. “It was a delight to work with such a talented cast and crew.”
Producer Andrew Marsh echoed the project’s success. “The weather was great, and the people of Henry County were a tremendous help throughout the entire process.”
Filming locations included the Henry County Historical Society Museum, the Courthouse, the sheriff’s department of investigations office, the Blountsville Cemetery, and the home of Harold and Nancy Cook. Local businesses who provided support for the project included Walnut Ridge RV, Steve Alford Inn, and Stacks Restaurant. Grand Grilling served as caterer.
The film tells the story of Rosie, a young woman in crisis who embarks on a quest to find the mysterious man who saved her life as a child. The veteran cast included Tia Link, Eric Olson, Sherryl Despres, Molly Garner, Charity Dehmer, Addy Farrell, and Allie Stacy.
The family-friendly film is slated for release in spring 2020. More information about the making of “Rosie’s Rescue” can be found at www.RosiesRescueMovie.com. Film buffs may follow along behind the scenes on @rosiesrescuemovie.