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Grand Teton Park Issues Permit For Tarantino Film

Grand Teton National Park officials say director Quentin Tarantino plans on shooting some scenes for his latest film in Jackson Hole within the next couple of weeks.

Park spokeswoman Jackie Skaggs says the National Park Service issued a permit to Tarantino’s production company last week.

A publicist with the project has said a brief part of “Django (Jango) Unchained” that calls for snow would be filmed in the Jackson area. The film is about a bounty-hunting slave.

Most of the filming by the director of “Pulp Fiction” and “Kill Bill” will be taking place in New Orleans.

Skaggs declined to tell the Jackson Hole News & Guide ( ) what location the production company had been scouting or applied to use within the park.

Information from: Jackson Hole News And Guide,

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