On Location – Set Visit To The Yellowstone Film Ranch Western Town
ROBERT THE BRUCE LIVE | 20.06.07
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ScotWeek President Cindi McIntosh and Vice President Kelsey Deanne go behind the scenes and on the set of Robert The Bruce with director Richard Gray and producer Carter Beohm to tour the Western Town set of Yellowstone Film Ranch.
About Yellowstone Film Ranch
Their mission is to be the first and best point of contact for Montana’s burgeoning film industry. Combining the value of a full-service production studio and the state’s top western town with industry-leading capabilities in production planning, location services, and maximizing the value of Montana’s tax credits and other production incentives.
Their experienced staff understands the needs and requirements of physical production, working tirelessly to procure the perfect locations and realize even the most last minute requests for our clients.
They pride ourselves on the fact that our community knows they can count on us. They have connections with countless local vendors and tradesmen ready to bring their expertise to the table.
They will ensure filming runs smoothly, and act as a guide to all that Montana has to offer.
Visit their website: www.YellowstoneFilmRanch.com
Live On Location With Robert The Bruce
From ScotWeek’s virtual event Robert The Bruce Live originally broadcasted on June 7th, 2020. ScotWeek traveled to Montana, USA to go behind the scenes and on location with the cast and crew of this new film, Robert The Bruce, from writers Angus MacFadyen/Eric Belgau and director Richard Gray about Scotland’s Great King and National Hero.
Interviews, documentaries, set tours and more!
Hosted by ScotWeek President Cindi McIntosh and Vice President Kelsey Deanne.
Sponsored by The Scottish Business Network.
In association with Yellowstone Film Ranch.
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