Film shot in, around Newberry to premier


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Filmed in Newberry, Lexington and Columbia with cast and crew from around the southeast, many familiar landmarks will be seen in ‘Faith’s Song.’.


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LEXINGTON — Northface Christian Films out of Lexington will debut its film titled “Faith’s Song” in South Carolina theaters this fall.

The inspiration for this film was given to Frank Hutto, the writer, director and producer. Local talent from around the state both helped produce and appear in this film.

It is an inspiring story about a young girl whose faith is tested when her parents are tragically killed in a car crash, forcing her to move in with her aunt and uncle who don’t share her same beliefs.

Faith finds herself in a new city and a new school where she faces resistance not only from her new peers, but from her family.

As an independent film producer of a Christian film, Hutto is excited for this opportunity. Filmed in Newberry, Lexington and Columbia with cast and crew from around the southeast, you will see many familiar landmarks.

“Faith’s Song” will premier in Lexington on Oct. 29 and Summerville on Nov. 5 at Regal Theaters. Tickets have gone on sale and are limited. Included in the premier ticket pricing is a limited edition movie poster that you can have signed that day.

Many of the cast and crew will be on hand for autographs including Marcus Lattimore, former University of South Carolina football player.

To view the movie trailer and purchase tickets, visit www.faithssong.com. Contact Frankie Hutto at fdhutto@northfacechristianfilms.com for additional information.

Filmed in Newberry, Lexington and Columbia with cast and crew from around the southeast, many familiar landmarks will be seen in ‘Faith’s Song.’.
http://newberryobserver.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_10325156_2171824416291955_5206813763271723011_n.jpgFilmed in Newberry, Lexington and Columbia with cast and crew from around the southeast, many familiar landmarks will be seen in ‘Faith’s Song.’. Courtesy photo

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