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Montana Film Office

Press: August 2012

Corgan Pictures Shoots New-Wave Western In Montana

August 15, 2012 by Screenmag

In the ranching communities of south-central Montana, producer/director Jason Corgan Brown of Corgan Pictures has begun shooting the feature film, “Falcon Song.” The new-wave Western, shooting 18 days in Montana this month, is basingoperations out of Billings and using several locations in the Big Sky State’s Carbon, Stillwater and Sweet GrassCounties near Yellowstone National Park.

“Our Montana production is going very well,” said Jason Corgan Brown, producer, director and co-writer of the film. “We’ve been able to take full advantage of Montana’s long summer daylight hours, and supplement our Los Angeles-based team with Montana cast and crew.”

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20 years after the film “A River Runs Through It,” a river of tourism runs through Montana


Scene from John Kelly/Columbia Pictures/1992



MISSOULA – To many people who have read them, the opening and closing lines of Norman Maclean’s “A River Runs Through It (” are among the most beautiful words ever strung together.

Robert Redford knew it, and as he turned the novella into cinema back in 1991, there was no question the director would open, and close, with the voice of a narrator repeating Maclean’s words.

“In our family, there was no clear line between religion and fly-fishing,” the narrator, Redford himself, would begin.

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The Rocky Mountain Region


Photo by Donnie Sexton

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