Adam Sherman’s Fantasy Film “The Green Fairy” to Start Shooting in Savannah This Month

This month, in Savannah, Georgia, Adam Sherman’s fantasy film “The Green Fairy” is set to begin production. The film centers on a coven of vampires who, in this twisted fairytale, are engaged in combat with a terrible foe while they attempt to reconcile with the modern world and their own mortality.


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Film was also written by Sherman. The comedy-thriller “This Game’s Called Murder,” starring Ron Perlman, Natasha Henstridge, and Vanessa Marano, was the director’s most recent release. His most recent credits are from the crime thriller “She’s Just a Shadow,” starring Tao Okamoto and Haruka Abe. Following “Dead Doll,” Sherman made his directing debut with “Happiness Runs” and the Lukas Haas film “Crazy Eyes.”

The movie’s cast has not yet been revealed. Since SAG-AFTRA granted the production temporary permission to move on with casting and filming, the ongoing actors’ strike has no bearing on the project.

The fantasy drama is produced by George Lee and Marcus Englefield for Storyoscopic Films, a production company that is also behind the animated Netflix films “Animal Crackers,” “Trouble,” and “The Accursed,” starring Sarah Grey. Furthermore, “Men in Black 3,” “Battle of the Year,” and “Priest” are among the credits for Lee and Englefield. Through his production business Adam Sherman Film, Sherman is involved in the production of “Wristcutters: A Love Story” and “Mafia Girl.”

It appears that Sherman is directing his first feature film in Savannah. This year’s big films, such as Todd Haynes’ “May December,” Emily Blunt and Chris Evans’ “Pain Hustlers,” and “The Exorcist: Believer,” were heavily filmed in this coastal city. The area was also used to film well-known films, including “The Menu,” “Gemini Man,” starring Will Smith, and “Ford v. Ferrari,” starring Matt Damon and Christian Bale. The performance is expected to end on December 5.

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