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  • Go behind the scenes of film being shot in Columbus

    Principal photography of "Things Don't Stay Fixed" continues this week at the historic St. Elmo house in Columbus. Artist and filmmaker Bo Bartlett is directing the film and shooting at several locations in and around Columbus.

Go behind the scenes of film being shot in Columbus

Principal photography of "Things Don't Stay Fixed" continues this week at the historic St. Elmo house in Columbus. Artist and filmmaker Bo Bartlett is directing the film and shooting at several locations in and around Columbus.
Mike Haskey The Ledger-Enquirer