A Sort of Homecoming:layout
HOLBROOK MULTI MEDIA WRAPS SECOND UNIT PRODUCTION FOR A SORT OF HOMECOMING aving joined the production crew for the final stretch of filming, production company Holbrook Multi Media wrapped filming for the independent movie A Sort of Homecoming earlier this spring.
Actor Laura Marano tries to keep warm in between takes for A Sort of Homecoming, which recently wrapped shooting in Lafayette.
The film stars Michelle Clunie (Make It or Break It), Laura Marano (Austin & Ally), Parker Mack (Divergent), Katherine McNamara (New Year’s Eve), and Kathleen Wilhoite (Crazy Kind of Love) and was produced by Believe Entertainment, a production company headed by Louisiana-native couple Marcus and Yvette Brown. The story follows Amy (Clunie) in “a coming-of-age drama set in the world of high school speech and debate.” Bobby Holbrook, who was the film’s second unit cinematographer, said that calling cut on that final scene was “a bittersweet moment for everyone involved. That’s always the case when there is a great story to tell. It was a pleasure working with director Maria Burton.” Production for the movie began in February and while a few scenes were shot in New Orleans, the majority were shot in Lafayette, making it the second Lafayette-based feature film completed by Holbrook Multi Media this year. The film was written by Lynn Reed, who is also a Louisiana native. LFV
(PHOTO COURTESY OF BELIEVE ENTERTAINMENT)
For more information about Holbrook Multi Media, visit www.holbrookmultimedia.com.
ISSUE THREE 2014
LOUISIANA FILM & VIDEO MAGAZINE