Program Type:History & Genealogy, Lecture & Discussion, Movie & Performance
It is no secret that several big Hollywood productions were shot in Knoxville and the surrounding region. Local film fans were drawn to these shooting locations, toting their own cameras, capturing cast and crew at work through photographs and home movies. Illustrated with rare and exclusive Calvin M. McClung Historical Collection and TAMIS materials, this program takes a behind-the-scenes look of films, such as All the Way Home (1963), The Fool Killer (1965), and A Walk in the Spring Rain (1970).
This program will be held in the Bilo Nelson Auditorium of the East Tennessee History Center, 601 S. Gay St. in Downtown Knoxville. It is FREE and open to the public; registration is not required.