Romantic comedy to film in Kansas City this fall

Vetter Brothers Filmworks has chosen to film their next movie in the beautiful Kansas City, MO. After looking at locations from New Orleans to New York, they decided to film their jazz-centered movie titled “So Broken Up” in Kansas City. Vetter Brothers Filmworks is a production company based out of Kansas working alongside Wesley Elder from North Carolina.

Vetter Brothers attached several names to their film such as YouTube sensation Tiffany Alvord, “Supernatural” alumni Osric Chau, and “Saturday Night Live” alumni Victoria Jackson. They have more cast members to announce, but cannot be named yet.

Tiffany Alvord’s amazing voice has made her a well-known YouTube star with almost 2 million subscribers and nearly 400 million YouTube views. “So Broken Up” will be her feature film debut. With two albums on the shelves, Tiffany will be releasing her third album “Legacy” comprised of original songs this August.

Osric Chau is best known for the role Kevin Tran in the CW’s hit show “Supernatural” as well as his character Nima in the epic film “2012” with John Cusack.

Victoria Jackson was a regular cast member for 6 years of “Saturday Night Live” working alongside talent such as Dana Carvey, Chris Farley, and Mike Myers.

For more information about the film, visit the website here: www.sobrokenup.com

Or contact Wesley at 336-504-3858

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