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ELKINS -

A movie about a West Virginia family struggling with a grandmother's Alzheimer's is being shown around the state.

The movie is called Angel's Perch.

The movie was shot almost entirely in the historic logging town of Cass in Pocahontas County.

Elkins Cinema 8 showed special screenings on Monday and Wednesday. The theatre said it was happy to accommodate the filmmakers.

"We're very proud to actually have an opportunity to play something that was made by West Virginians instead of something being shown by West Virginians made by someone else. It validates the notion that people in West Virginia are just as creative as the people in Hollywood," said Nicholas Kostakos, cinema manager.

Other screenings will be held in Morgantown, Beckley, Huntington, and Wheeling.