Darren Doyle, story:
Edmonson County Tourism Director Rhonda Clemmons gave several updates at Monday's fiscal court meeting; one of which is that more movie making is coming to Brownsville.
Filmmakers recently wrapped production of a Christmas movie "Bethlehem Ranch," that is set to be released during the Christmas season of 2018 and that the same crew plans to return in late March/early April for another film called "Cupcake," where the main character is a local bakery owner.
This is in addition to another film that is slated to be produced on Nolin Lake sometime this spring called "Pirate's Cove," that is said to have a "Goonies" type of feel to it.
"We're excited to welcome our friends back for more movies," said Clemmons. "This is exactly why we joined the SOKY Film Commission and it has paid off so far," she said.
She also reported that the local Tourism has contracted Studio DD, a local multimedia company to construct a new website for Edmonson County Tourism. A campaign will be launched in the spring that will see the new website, brochures, and signage all come together to help promote Tourism in Edmonson County.