Principal Filming Wraps Up Shooting ‘The Wrong Lane’ In Brevard County
By Roy Garton, Space Coast Film and Talent Group // November 23, 2015
film release set for winter of 2016
BREVARD COUNTY • MELBOURNE, FLORIDA – Principal photography has wrapped in Brevard County for the upcoming film, “The Wrong Lane” which has been shooting in the West Melbourne and Melbourne areas of Brevard County.
The Wrong Lane has on board some Central Florida and local area talent including actress Arwen Patterson and actors Roy Lewis Garton along with Chris Kiesel. All have principal speaking roles.
The film is looking for a mid-winter 2016 release according to Garton, the director.
The Wrong Lane will have music scoring done in Los Angles by LA Score and Rick Ballentine. LA Score is a prominent music scoring house having done various film and television shows in and around Hollywood.
The Wrong Lane’s Brevard shooting and production was coordinated by Space Coast Film and Talent Group with John Granger handling principal photography and Sandy Taulbee working set design.
While filming overall in the State of Florida had diminished due to the defeat of the tax incentive funding for film and television production, independent filming continues to thrive in the State of Florida.
Space Coast Film and Talent Group with its resources within the organization gives support for group approved filming in Brevard County with crew and production assistance. The Wrong Lane was one of those projects.
About Space Coast Film and Talent Group
Space Coast Film and Talent Group consist of film producers and actors dedicated to the advancement of the art of filmmaking on the Space Coast. With nearly 5 years of quality film production behind them, and a membership of over 40 people today, they have produced award winning features, shorts, and PSAs for film festivals, non-profits, and government entities in Brevard County. By group charter and bylaws, all of their services including those of the filmmakers and talent are provided at no cost on member approved projects.