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Movie to shoot at Seabrook Village
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A living history museum, Seabrook Village depicts rural life in Coastal Georgia from the mid-1800s to around 1940. - photo by File photo

Seabrook Village announced that it will serve as the major location for a local film titled “My Brother’s Keeper.”

Wonder Worthy Productions will film Monday through Oct. 23 and will use Seabrook Village as the major location of the Civil War-era film.

“Seabrook Village is one of the most unique and beautiful sites I have had the privilege of visiting,” said Samone Norsworthy, CEO of Wonder Worthy Productions.

Seabrook Village, a living history museum, is located at 660 Trade Hill Road in Midway Georgia on 104 acres. It has eight turn-of-the century buildings and a one-room schoolhouse.

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