COED Announces Filmed in Cherokee App The Cherokee Office of Economic Development (COED) recently announced the launch of a new Filmed in Cherokee app, developed in partnership with Woodstock-based Black Airplane. This free mobile app offers an interactive experience that takes users on a behind-the-scenes tour of fan-favorite film locations. The app features on-set photos, insider stories, and fun facts on why each location was selected. “Georgia has quickly become one of the top film locations in the world, and when film enthusiasts come to explore Georgia by visiting their favorite sites from television and movies, they also increase tourism dollars in our communities,” said Lee Thomas, deputy commissioner of Film, Music, and Digital Entertainment. “We appreciate the Cherokee Office of Economic Development for their work on this innovative Filmed in Cherokee app. Combining film locations with nearby business establishments will not only accommodate fans, but spur interest in local small businesses and help the economy.”Once downloaded, users can learn about each film’s storyline through bonus, behind-the-scenes content, discover tips for connecting with Cherokee’s film community, and snap a selfie while visiting the locations of these fan-favorite movie and television productions: American Made, Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk, Champion, Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul, Doctor Sleep, Dolly Parton’s Heartstrings, Hidden Figures, MacGyver, Noelle, Ozark, Timmy Failure: Mistakes Were Made, The Founder, The Outsider, and The Resident. The Filmed in Cherokee app is available to download for free on Google Play or through the Apple App Store. For more information on filming in Cherokee, visit COED’s film page.