W.Va. Film Office

In east Tennessee, modern spectators watch a Civil War era baseball game.  To history buff Mark Aubry, it’s like time travel.

In West Virginia, Charlie Massey runs the American Heritage Music Hall where people from all over the world come to dance.

And in Virginia, history students are hanging out in Richmond’s cemeteries because their professor Ryan Smith has told them to.

These are among the stories Inside Appalachia this week.

Theresa Russell

"MovingMountains”, filmed in West Virginia during the summer of 2012 and starring actress Theresa Russell, tells the story of Trish Bragg of Pie, in Mingo County, as she and her friends struggled for safe drinking water after a deep mine destroyed their wells.  This film-festival favorite spans a decade,with an unexpected ending. Moving Mountains” will premiere in West Virginia Thursday, August 21, at the WVSU Capitol Center in Charleston, doors opening at 6:30 p.m.  The movie will be shown at 7:30.