Filming Location: Meredith House

In 1978, the owners of the Meredith House were asked if the residence could be used as a location for a scene that would be set as the governor’s mansion for the Tim Conway film, That Went That-A-Way & That-A-Way. The owners decided the scene would be too disruptive. The actual scene was ultimately shot at the Hugh P. Nunnally house on Blackland Road. Part of the scene is in the trailer.

Starting in 2020, the owners revisited the idea and allowed shoots. What follows are some examples from those shoots. @themeredithhouse also chronicles some of the shoots on Instagram.

Up first is a Behind the Scenes of “Alice’s Playground” shot and edited by Peter Strickland. This Behind the Scenes footage gives a great idea of what filming on location at the Meredith House is all about.

The residence has been used as a location in the following examples.

Music duo Nox Holloway filmed the music video “Audrey” at the Meredith House. The video was produced by Shea Jones with Sean Franklin Boyd as the Director of Photography.

Catharsis is a short film written and produced by Neriah Kharece and directed by Tash Ann.

Stay Out is a concept trailer by Eye4Eye Studios.

Musical artists’ Starbenders filmed two music videos at Meredith House. One video is with an energetic, entertaining, and campy story. The other video is an acoustic version of Cover Me from their album Love Potion (2020). Both videos were shot by cinematographer, Alex Seibert.

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Musical artist Lil Gotit shot his music video for Crazy Thoughts at Meredith House.

Ayo & Teo filmed two scenes from their music video, Bring a Friend, at Meredith House.

Domani filmed his music video, Problem, at Meredith House.

Filmry Studios filmed Alice’s Playground, a short horror film, at the Meredith House.

NUSKI2SQUAD ft. Toosii filmed their music video for Gone Too Soon at the Meredith House.

Blank Square Productions filmed Lakeyah’s Easy music video at the Meredith House.

The property is listed as a location with the Georgia Film Office, Giggster, Peerspace, and Set Scouter.

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