For the last few weeks, Southern West Virginia has been the site for a new movie. On October 13th, cast and crew gathered in Renick filming scenes for the movie “What The Night Can Do.”
They also filmed in Lewisburg, Gap Mills, and a few other spots in Greenbrier and Monroe counties. The film is written and produced by Lewisburg resident Stuart Margolin. He’s given us a peek at the plot of the film saying, “It’s three generations of one family. Grandparents, parents and a 12 year old girl. The grandparents have been separated about 7 years and the parents separate unannounced to the grandparents. The little girl is reacting to the separation.”
Margolin went on to say the movie then takes a look at the relationship between generations. The crews wrap up filming in West Virginia in about 3 days.