Being a Mainah, I can only assume that the entire state of Maine is mentioned because most of Stephen Kings amazing books take place across the state.
As an Indie film maker in the state of Maine I think my films will add to the thought process of staying out of the state if you want to survive LOL ...
Now I know and understand fully that a horror movie set in a high school isn't ground breaking work and neither is a camping trip horror movie but it was the best I could do on the micro budget I had and the time I had, I think we have alot of advantages in indie film here in Maine with wide open spaces and things that in most "popular" filming spots in the country you have to create on a sound stage a great example would be the Sebec Country Store in beautiful Sebec Maine which we shot in last year, not many of the know filming hot spots have an actual general store. here in Maine we have miles of nothing but woods and miles of wooded road great for filming on where there is little to no traffic for filming roadside scenes. While we have beautiful places in Maine we also have alot of scary freakin' places too .
My goal is to be able to buy some land and build a warehouse or buy land with a warehouse on it and create my own sound stage to work on so film makers across the state can come in and film their movies if they need space to create sets. I want to be a staple of indie film making in Maine for years to come .
STAY HUMBLE, STAY HUNGRY .