The same documentary filmmakers responsible for the exploratory "Twilight In Forks" and "Destination Forks" decided to pay a visit to the real-life town "Volterra, Italy" upon which Stephenie Meyer's story was based and make a movie about it.
As detailed by a new press release issued today, producers York Baur and Jason Brown have now released "Twilight In Volterra," a film meant to educate "Twilight" fans on the real-life town of Volterra and its connections to the "Saga."
The official synopsis for the new documentary is as follows:
"From the producers of Twilight in Forkscomes Twilight in Volterra – the definitive movie about Volterra, Italy, the town made famous by the Twilight books and movies. Since the Twilight movies weren’t filmed in the real Volterra, this is your opportunity to see the town that Stephenie Meyer handpicked as the setting for the vampire dynasty in her epic saga. Are there truly vampires there? Hear from the real people living their lives in the town describe the medieval history and dark past that eerily match events from the books and movies. Drive into town just as Bella and Alice did on their frantic journey to save Edward, see the Volturi palace, and escape their clutches as you exit through the giant stone gate in the ancient city wall."
More information on the film can be found at TwilightInVolterra.com, and a video preview below.
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