Utopian Fairhope

The Utopian Fairhope is a collaborative effort between two Alabama film companies Feather Head Productions of Fairhope and Scovil Productions of Mobile. Andrea Holloway head of Feather Head Productions is the Executive Producer and Gary Scovil of Scovil Productions is Co-Producer. Rounding out the team is business manager Stan Zimmerman and production assistant and second cameraman Corey Lipscomb. The production crew has been filming a documentary about the quaint southern town of Fairhope Alabama.

The film is shown through the eyes of a newcomer to Fairhope, Gary Scovil, who became inspired by the unique community, Entering the town I couldnt help being struck by its beauty. The inspiration leads him to collaborate with life long Fairhope resident Andrea Holloway to make a documentary film encompassing many of the things that make Fairhope a wonderful place.

Fairhope was built upon a belief in the Arts that still continues to grow. This little town has historically been a haven for free thinkers such as artists, authors, sculptors, musicians, photographers, and the like. The film focuses on outstanding artists within the community. Set to a beautiful backdrop, these scenes are accompanied by music from multiple award-winning film score producer Brian Keane as well as artwork from local talent some of which is recognized around the world. These many beautiful scenes of the area range from sunsets on Fairhopes pier on Mobile Bay to the Eastern Shore landscape of cotton fields and pecan orchards.

“The Utopian Fairhope” was produced by Scovil Productions.

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