On the evening of May 30, a police chase took place on Main Street in Sylva. The town closed down two-thirds of the road and rerouted traffic, and the police department sent out advance notices. The occasion was the filming of a choreographed demo pitching a new “docu-reality series” with the working title Wrenchmen. The program would give a behind-the-scenes perspective on what goes into building movie cars. The scene was produced by Mark Zoran, owner of Razorfly Studios, located in nearby Whittier. Razorfly is an award-winning maker of multimedia costumes, replica and custom-order props, and screen-accurate replica movie cars. The film industry uses replicas because, for example, there is no such thing as a time-traveling DeLorean, and nobody wants to buy several DeLoreans for several takes of a crash scene. Razorfly’s work has been featured at comic book conventions and in film and television productions. The company also builds as an original equipment manufacturer and a supplier for private collectors. Jackson County’s chamber of commerce looks forward to working on future projects with Zoran and Razorfly, as Sylva has the Americana charm sought by many Hollywood producers (Three Billboards outside Ebbing, Missouri was also shot there last year).