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Lincoln film seeks tourism as sole financier

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Lexington filmmaker wants $180,000 to cover costs of documentary

By Marty Finley

Though Abraham Lincoln spent only seven years of his life in Kentucky, a Lexington documentary film producer believes there are untold stories to mine from the Lincoln family’s Kentucky roots and their ties to Hardin County.

Kent Masterson Brown is pursuing the development of a film entitled “The Lincolns in Kentucky,” a 56-minute documentary navigating through the lives of the Lincolns, from the arrival of Lincoln’s grandfather into what became Kentucky in the late 1700s to the departure of the future U.S. president with his family to Indiana.


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