Barbara Terry, executive producer of Dream Coast Films, a Beaufort-based movie production company, stands on Beaufort's Bay Street in this file photo. Terry has announced that two feature films will be filmed in the city, but plans for the "Route 65 Nashville" movie have changed. It will no longer be shot in Beaufort, the director says.
Barbara Terry, executive producer of Dream Coast Films, a Beaufort-based movie production company, stands on Beaufort's Bay Street in this file photo. Terry has announced that two feature films will be filmed in the city, but plans for the "Route 65 Nashville" movie have changed. It will no longer be shot in Beaufort, the director says. Staff photo
Barbara Terry, executive producer of Dream Coast Films, a Beaufort-based movie production company, stands on Beaufort's Bay Street in this file photo. Terry has announced that two feature films will be filmed in the city, but plans for the "Route 65 Nashville" movie have changed. It will no longer be shot in Beaufort, the director says. Staff photo

'Route Nashville 65' movie on hold for financing

August 29, 2013 06:59 PM

UPDATED September 26, 2013 11:53 AM

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