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Baja Film Industry Gets Support with New Movie Production to Shoot in Rosarito

Baja Film Industry Gets Support with New Movie Production to Shoot in Rosarito

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ROSARITO, MEXICO – A new World War themed movie is set to start rolling south of the border soon bringing much needed investments to Baja.

Mexican actor Eduardo Verastegui announced Monday he is co-producing the film “Little Boy”, which is scheduled to start rolling soon down in Rosarito’s Fox Studios Baja, where the Titanic was also filmed 14 years ago.

“Little Boy” tells the story of a Southern California boy who dreams of rescuing his father from the war; besides most of the action scenes scheduled to be shot at the southern Rosarito studios, there are plans to shoot aditional scenes at Baja's Wine Country, that is the Guadalupe Valley and the Tijuana Cultural Center.

This movie production, which includes actors Ben Chaplin and Emily Watson, is expected to generate over a thousand temporary jobs south of the border.   Although the film has already began filming last June, it’s scheduled for release next year.

Published Tuesday, August 2, 2011 9:50 AM by Zinnia Q.

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