Film producer Tyler Davidson of Chagrin Falls.
CLEVELAND -- Starting in late June, there will be a 26-day-long shoot on location in Northeast Ohio for the movie "Toy's House."
It is expected to be shot mostly in Grafton in Lorain County.
Tyler Davidson, 37, of South Russell, is producing "Toy's House," along with Ohio-based Low Spark Films and Big Beach Films ("Little Miss Sunshine").
Davidson was born and raised in Chagrin Falls, is a 1993 graduate of Chagrin Falls High School and a 1997 graduate of the University of Virginia.
"Toy's House" is a comedy about three unhappy teenagers who flee to the wilderness where they build a makeshift house and live off the land as masters of their own destiny.
Davidson also produced "Take Shelter," the critically acclaimed film shot in Lorain that debuted last year at the Sundance Film Festival.
The Ohio Department of Development has approved a $461,771 Ohio Motion Picture Tax Credit for the film.
While on location in Ohio, more than $1.6 million is expected to be spent for the various costs involved in production.
In all, 31 projects have been awarded Ohio Motion Picture Tax Credits since the program began in 2010.
Ohio has a strong history in film with such projects as "The Avengers," "The Soloist," "Major League," "Air Force One," and "Shawshank Redemption."
Cast and crew calls will be posted on the ohiofilmoffice website