Help put Seymour and Jackson County on the Big Screen

State database collecting information on potential sites for film projects

When Hollywood comes knocking, Seymour will be ready for its closeup.

Roamin’ Soldier Productions, Seymour Main Street and the City of Seymour are working together to put Seymour on the industry radar as an option for film and television projects.

Local property owners interested in having their properties used as filming locations are encouraged to submit their information and photos to the Indiana Film Commission at

“We need members of the community to submit locations that they own and might be willing to allow to be used for possible upcoming projects,” Mayor Matt Nicholson said.

There are currently more than 500 sites listed on the statewide database including scenic landscapes, industrial cities, and rural countrysides. Locations are grouped into such categories as farms/barns, mansions, small towns, sports and theaters.

Bri Roll, executive director of Seymour Main Street said having Seymour and Jackson County sites listed in the database is a great opportunity to showcase the community and attract a new industry to the area.

“Seymour has a wide variety of landscapes to choose from,” Roll said. “Downtown is full of historic architecture and beautifully renovated public spaces, complete with smalltown hospitality and a shop small mindset.”

Brian Snow, founder of Roamin’ Soldier Productions, is based in Seymour and has filmed a short film/tv pilot here called “In Justice Indiana.” Click here to view the official trailer for the project. The project is expected to premiere this summer.

“I think we really got something here,” Snow said of the project. “We really hope this particular episode leads to a full budget series being filmed right here in Jackson County.”

Snow encourages local businesses and property owners to list their locations on the state database to make it easy for production companies to find them.

“I have already begun establishing myself on their site for locations as well as production assistance,” he said.

Media contact: January Rutherford, public information specialist, City of Seymour

Phone: 812-216-5644   Email:




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