Ashton, played by co-director Nick LaMantia, stands outside of the of video production office in "Body Farm."
Rivertowne Brewing in Export, PA stood in for the outside of the warehouse where the company was located in the film.
Much thanks to Christian Fyke, Joe Murphy, and the Rivertowne family for allowing us to shoot at their multiple locations.
Special Effects Coordinator and Production Designer Michael Williams of Michael J. Williams Art stands in as a dead body in the freezer scene of "Body Farm."
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The Disgruntled Security Guard (Jim Johnston) and Officer Lynch (Tom Mirth) take orders from Dr. Dorus (Dave Petti) in his office.
Jim, an actual police officer who has played minor roles in films before, not only played Officer Lynch's partner with a silent brodingness and utter toughness, but he served as technical expert on the film and provided many elements of the costuming and props for the security officers. A special thanks goes out to Jim for his talents and contributions to making "Body Farm."
Tom, a Pittsburgh film veteran of countless projects, gave Officer Lynch elements of subtlety and softness under the brute physicality. Thank you, Tom; you helped make "Body Farm" a scary place!
In "Body Farm," a victim left an untimely, incomplete warning for all who stumbled upon it...
Set Dresser Brett Holiday, Production Designer Michael Williams and co-director Nick LaMantia created and built multiple sets in multiple locations to give the film a closed-in, ominous feel.