College Campus Movie Location

Century-Old Campus and Architecture Conveniently Located Six Miles East of Atlanta
Widely recognized for its unique beauty, the Agnes Scott campus is located six miles east of Atlanta in historic Decatur. The college's 100-acre wooded grounds harbor century-old Gothic and Victorian architecture. The interiors of the older buildings have been maintained close to the period in which they were built.

According to an article in Location Update, the buildings on Agnes Scott's campus are the "most stereotypically 'academic-looking' [ones] south of the Ivy League."

For more information or to submit a proposal contact Demetrice Williams at or 404.471.6035

Agnes Scott's Filming History

Agnes Scott has played a variety of "characters" for more than 20 feature films, as well as countless commercials and still photography shoots.

  • "A Man Called Peter" (1955), written by alumna and distinguished author Catherine Marshall
  • "The Double McGuffin" (1978), with Hayley Mills
  • "The Four Seasons" (1980), with Alan Alda and Carol Burnett
  • "The Bear" (1983) with Gary Busey
  • "One Terrific Guy" (1985), with Wayne Rogers and Mariette Hartley, CBS TV
  • "From Father to Son" (1987), for TV
  • "The Unconquered" (1988), CBS TV
  • "lnvictus" (1988), CBS TV
  • "A Father's Homecoming" (1988), NBC TV
  • "Town and Gown: The Oakmont Story" (1988), NBC TV
  • "Murder in Mississippi" (1989), with Tom Hulce and Blair Underwood, NBC TV
  • "Driving Miss Daisy" (1989), with Jessica Tandy, Morgan Freeman and Dan Akroyd
  • "Decoration Day" (1990), with James Garner, Hallmark Hall of Fame
  • "Louisiana Black" (1991), USA Cable TV
  • "White Lie" (1991), with Gregory Hines and Annette O'Toole, USA Cable TV
  • "The Nightman" (1991), with Joanna Kerns, NBC TV
  • "Fried Green Tomatoes" (1991), with Jessica Tandy, Kathy Bates and Cecily Tyson
  • "A Kiss to Die For" (1992), with Tim Matheson and Mimi Rogers, NBC TV
  • "I'll Fly Away" final episode (1993), with Sam Waterston, NBC TV
  • "A Season in Purgatory" (1995), with Brian Dennehy, Patrick Dempsey, Blair Brown, Craig Scheffer, Bonnie Bedelia, Ed Herrmann and Sherilyn Fenn, CBS Mini-Series
  • "Scream 2" (1997), with Courteney Cox, Neve Campbell, David Arquette, Jamie Kennedy, Liev Schreiber, Jerry O'Connell and Sarah Michelle Gellar
  • "Ocinee Nash" (2002), with Keith Carradine and Mare Winningham.
  • "Stroke of Genius" (2003), with Douglas Henshall, Jeremy Northam, Connie Ray, James Caviezel (as Bobby Jones) Claire Forlani and Malcolm McDowell
  • "October Road" (2006), ABC drama series with Bryan Greenberg, Laura Prepon, and Tom Berenger.
  • "Why Did I Get Married?" (2007), by Tyler Perry with Tyler Perry, Janet Jackson, Malik Yoba, Jill Scott, Michael Jai White
  • “The Greening of Whitney Brown” (2009), with Keith David, Brooke Shields, Aiden Quinn, Kris Kristofferson, Sammi Hanratty, Jon Gould, Release date: 2011
  • "The Blind Side" (2009), with director: John Lee Hancock and Sandra Bullock, Tim McGraw, Kathy Bates, Quinton Aaron
  • "Big Mommas: Like Father, Like Son" (2010), with director: John Whitesell and Martin Lawrence, Brandon T. Jackson, Faizon Love, Portia Doubleday, Ana Ortiz, Marc John Jefferies, Release Date: February 18, 2011
  • “Lost Valentine” (2010) director Darnell Martin with Jennifer Love Hewitt, Betty White, Sean Feris
  • “Coma” (2011) with Lauren Ambrose, Steven Pasquale, Geena Davis 
  • “Single Moms Club” (2012) director Tyler Perry with Nia Long, Wendi McLendon-Covey, Amy Smart
  • “Endless Love” (2013) director Shana Feste with Alex Pettyfer, Gabriella Wilde, Bruce Greenwood
  • “Drumline: a New Beat” (2014) director Bille Wookruff, with Alexandra Shipp, Leonard Roberts
  • “Michelle Darnell”/"The Boss" (2015) director Ben Falcone with Melissa McCarthy, Peter Dinklage, Kristen Bell
  • “Confirmation” (2015) director Rick Famuyiwa with Kerry Washington, Erika Christensen, Zoe Lister-Jones