‘Vacation’ ending, more film projects on horizon a...
by Tom Spigolon
02:03 PM, Friday, November 21
A high-profile movie is nearing completion of filming at Atlanta Film Studios in Hiram and could be replaced immediately with another production. Executive Director Blake Swafford told the Paulding County Industrial Building Authority Wednesday Ne...

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