Film Production Company Eyes Former Enterprise Aluminum Plant Facility for Sound Stage
 – Thetybeetimes.net

Conceptual Site Plan

(Conceptual Site Plan)

Real Estate Developer Predicts Eatonton Could Become Georgia’s Next Film Town…

(SAVANNAH, GA) Putnam Natural Resources, LLC, has placed the Enterprise Aluminum Plant Facility in Eatonton, Ga., under contract for purchase. The company, owned by Eatonton mayoral candidate Walter C. Rocker, Jr. and his son Walter C. Rocker III, intends to develop the site into a movie production facility for Tytan Pictures, LLC, a full feature film division of Tytan Creates, of Tybee Island, Ga.

According to Rocker III, an Eatonton real estate developer with ties to the coastal Georgia film company, Tytan Pictures has expressed interest in using some or all of the facility as a sound stage and post production offices for the completion of independent feature films, television shows and commercials.

“This project will revitalize a blighted property, bring new industry into Eatonton, and create a multitude of well paying jobs,” Rocker III said. “Eatonton is perfectly situated only 75 miles southeast of Downtown Atlanta. The town has outstanding movie location potential. It’s right here on the Antebellum Trail, near two of our state’s largest and most beautiful lakes, Lake Oconee and Lake Sinclair.”

Interior Shot of Proposed Sound Stage

(Interior Shot of Proposed Sound Stage)

Moreover, Rocker envisions how the industry could change Eatonton itself, opening the door to hope and prosperity that once had seemed closed forever after Enterprise shut down operations.

“Putnam Natural Resources and Tytan Pictures see Eatonton becoming a film town,” he explained. “The Enterprise Aluminum facility had declined over the years, fully halting production in 2008. But the history of this facility is woven through the fabric of Eatonton’s population. Its revitalization could serve as the event that marks the shift from economic decline to prosperity for Eatonton’s economy.”

Rocker anticipates that a studio would also attract new residents, primarily those in film industry trades such as carpenters, electricians, sound engineers and caterers. This influx would provide further stimulus for existing area business including restaurants, retail and recreation.

Interior Shot of Proposed Production Office Building

(Interior Shot of Proposed Production Office Building)

With several Emmy-award winning productions in its body of work, Tytan Pictures currently has several major projects in development or production, including “Storm Soldiers II.” Directed by Jim Stone, this is the second installment of the feature film documentary examining the lives and careers of the brave men and women who work in America’s electrical utility industry. It focuses on the personal toll of the job of a lineman, who often arrives at a disaster scene before first responders in order to ensure safety for rescue crews and to help restore infrastructure.

For more information on Tytan Pictures, please go to www.tytancreates.com.

ABOUT 5417 HOLDINGS and TYTAN PICTURES:

5417 Holdings is a global producer of film and production materials. Tytan Pictures, a subsidiary of 5417 Holdings, oversees production, distribution, entertainment, products, services and technologies. Specializing in cinematography and film production and integration, Tytan Pictures’ national team of seasoned storytellers travel across the country allowing people, products, and personalities, to convey their unique story in “their best light.” As branding strategists and entertainment executives for over 30 years, Tytan Pictures’ perspective provides an insight into projects such as documentaries, short films and commercials. The company is located at 1006 HWY 80 on Tybee Island, Ga. 31328. For more information, please go www.tytancreates.com.

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2 Responses to “Film Production Company Eyes Former Enterprise Aluminum Plant Facility for Sound Stage
 – Thetybeetimes.net”
  1. Pam Barnett says:

    I am super excited about this new industry coming to Eatonton!

  2. Editor says:

    Yes, it sounds like a wonderful opportunity all the way around!

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