(Camden, NJ) On July 28th, the Camden County Board of Commissioners and Gloucester County Board of Commissioners will joined Camden Mayor Victor Carstarphen for the premiere of “Call Her King,” the first full length feature film to be supported by the South Jersey Film
Office Cooperative.

The South Jersey Film Office Cooperative, launched last fall, assists with permitting, scouting and other services for film productions with the goal is to promote South Jersey as a valuable location for the film industry.

“There is so much potential in this region for the film industry to utilize from the diverse landscapes to the large available workforce and more,” Commissioner Director Louis Cappelli Jr. said. “We are thrilled to have been able to contribute to the production of this film, with Camden City Hall serving as a major shooting location. South Jersey is teeming with opportunities for the film industry, and we cannot wait to see what the future holds.”

During the 15 days of filming in Camden City, the production used local hotels, bought from local food vendors, and worked with local production professionals including three production assistants and three local interns. It is projected that the production garnered a $2.1 million influx to the Camden City economy.

“Call Her King” is an action-thriller starring Naturi Naughton and Lance Gross that will be available for streaming on BET+.