Alamo Street Closure

The City of Brenham has announced street closures that will be occurring over the next couple of days for the filming of a movie project in Downtown Brenham.

The movie is an independent feature film called “ICK”.  The film is described as a comedy/monster movie in a similar regard to “The BLOB” and “Ghostbusters.”

Tomorrow (Wednesday), they will be closing Alamo Street from Austin Street to Park Street between the hours of 7am-7pm.

Then, on Thursday, they will first be closing Market Street from Alamo Street to Main Street from 4:30-9pm. 

Market Street Closure

They are then scheduled to close Alamo Street from Park Street to Baylor Street, including the intersections, from 9-11:30pm.

ICK is under the direction of Joseph Kahn, a notable director of music videos and commercials for the last 20 years.  This is his fourth feature film.

Locations Manager Brenon Hawley said that the goal of the movie is to show the film industry, and state, that Texas is a viable place for film and television productions. 

Hawley added that they want to bring more jobs to Texas, along with more tax incentives that will allow even larger productions to be active and impacting the area.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   

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  1. A whole 2 days? How do you bring jobs to a movie production set when you’re only in the city for 2 days? Yeah, a whole $15/hr paycheck for 2 days as an extra, I can buy that house I always wanted now. I have a better idea to bring in more jobs, leave Texas alone with the “it’s the next Hollywood stuff”, and let ppl come to you. It’s like cutting with a machine, don’t do the cutting, let the “machine” do the cutting for you. Oh, and keep Texas the way it is please, we don’t need California propaganda flooding the streets of old towns and disrupting the lives of the senior citizens that inhabit it.

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