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In addition to rolling hills and secluded lakes, northern Mississippi features an interesting blend of picturesque town squares and bustling small cities. Holly Springs offers approximately 90 antebellum homes and the largest town square in the state. Rowan Oak, the home of William Faulkner, the quaint town square, and the University of Mississippi campus are among the landmarks you’ll find in Oxford. The birthplace of Elvis Presley, the Buffalo Park, the Automobile Museum, and the most diverse terrain in the state are found in and around Tupelo.

Film

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Corinth Film Liaison

 

Christy Burns
215 North Fillmore Street
Corinth, MS 38834
Telephone: 800.748.9048 or 662.287.8300
Fax: 662.286.0102

 

 

Holly Springs Film Liaison

 

Marie Moore
104 East Gholson Avenue
Holly Springs, MS 38635
Telephone: 662.252.2515
Fax: 662.252.2696
Lakisha@visithollysprings.com

 

 

Oxford Film Liaison

 

Mary Allyn Hedges
102 Ed Perry Boulevard
Oxford, MS 38655
Telephone: 800.758.9177 or 662.232.2477
Fax: 662.234.0355
maryallyn@visitoxfordms.com

 

 

Tupelo Film Office

 

Neal McCoy
P.O. Box 47
Tupelo, MS 38802-0047
Telephone: 800.533.0611 or 662.841.6521
Fax: 662.841.6558

 
 
MISSISSIPPI FILM OFFICE
Woolfolk State Office Building
501 North West Street, 5th Floor
Jackson, MS 39201
P.O. Box 849
Jackson, MS 39205
T: 601-359-3297
F: 601-359-5048
Ward Emling
wemling@mississippi.org
Nina Parikh
nparikh@mississippi.org
Betty Black
bblack@mississippi.org
Bill Webb (Gulf Coast Office)
bwebb@mississippi.org