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See larger Local filmmaker Christopher Mitchell frames actress Lauren Lazarus in a scene from his independent film, 'A Sister's Love.'

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Local filmmaker Christopher Mitchell frames actress Lauren Lazarus in a scene from his independent film, "A Sister's Love."

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  • Local filmmaker Christopher Mitchell frames actress Lauren Lazarus in a scene from his independent film, 'A Sister's Love.'
  • Founded by Stephen Land, Jupiter Entertainment produces high-end cable programming for networks such as A&E, Discover, Disney and many others.
  • Amid the nearly endless shelves of digital tapes at Jupiter Entertainment's headquarters in West Knoxville, editor Dave Whittle assembles cable TV shows such as last year's 'Human Weapon' for The History Channel.
  • Amid the nearly endless shelves of digital tapes at Jupiter Entertainment's headquarters in West Knoxville, editor Dave Whittle assembles cable TV shows such as last year's 'Human Weapon' for The History Channel.
  • Producer Lori Stryer and director Jerome Jarnigan of Rivrmedia watch as cameraman Charles Howard shoots an episode of 'Renovation Realities' for DIY, featuring Bruce Bogartz and Jay Chia of Rouxbarb restaurant.
  • Local filmmaker Michael Samstag makes his living as a freelance director, and is seen here shooting an interactive tour of the 'Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban' DVD in Leavesdon Studio outside of London. (On the left is Mike Meadows, vice president of New Wave Entertainment.)

With the local TV/film commission on the ropes, area filmmakers and TV producers consider the future of production in Knoxville

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