Forget statewide film incentives and visiting Hollywood productions. Memphis filmmakers are doing it themselves.

INT. MEMPHIS – AMURICA – DAY A sunny January Sunday afternoon at Amurica, the photography studio on Cleveland, with couches and comfy chairs arranged in a circle. Expensive-looking cameras top tripods aimed at the people seated: Savannah Bearden, Erik Morrison, Benjamin Rednour,…

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