Filming at Berry
As our students and alumni well know, Berry is consistently found among the rankings of the country’s most beautiful colleges by Travel+Leisure, Buzzfeed, Thrillist and Southern Living. Filmmakers use our stunning vistas of mountains, lakes, forests, fields and architecture as well.
The NBC hit series “Constantine” was filmed at the scenic and historic Old Mill, the English Gothic Ford buildings and on the main campus near Victory Lake.
2014 - “Edgar Allen Poe’s Mystery Theatre” was filmed at the Ford buildings and broadcast on Georgia Public Television.
The FOX hit series “The Following” was filmed at the Campbell School of Business and the Charter School of Education and Human Sciences.
The OWN hit series “Tyler Perry’s The Haves and The Have Nots” was filmed at Oak Hill, the home of Berry College founder Martha Berry.
“The Sugar Creek Gang Teacher Trouble” was filmed at Possum Trot, the cradle of Berry College.
“Sweet Home Alabama” was filmed at Oak Hill.
“Heaven Must Wait” was filmed at the Berry College President’s house and Oak Hill.
“Remember the Titans” was filmed at the Ford Buildings, the Old Mill, Oak Hill and various locations in the Berry forest.
“Class of ‘61” used the Ford Buildings as a location shoot.
“Dutch” was filmed at Thomas Berry residence hall and Memorial Library.
“Perfect Harmony” was filmed at the Ford Buildings and Frost Chapel.
“Double McGuffin” was filmed at Thomas Berry and Morton residence halls.
Film production companies are handled by Chris Kozelle, Berry College Office of Public Relations and Marketing and the rates are different. Call (706) 236-1716 for more information.