More Videos

East Central's Tony Brown talks about his 8-TD night 1:56

East Central's Tony Brown talks about his 8-TD night

Hattiesburg coach Tony Vance discusses win at Stone 1:07

Hattiesburg coach Tony Vance discusses win at Stone

Man sneaks onto luggage carousel, runs onto tarmac at Miami International Airport 3:05

Man sneaks onto luggage carousel, runs onto tarmac at Miami International Airport

East Central's Seth Smith 'super proud' of dominant performance 3:09

East Central's Seth Smith 'super proud' of dominant performance

Ole Miss quarterback Shea Patterson breaks down the Rebels' win 3:28

Ole Miss quarterback Shea Patterson breaks down the Rebels' win

Southport Line wants to “elevate” the po-boy game in Biloxi 1:58

Southport Line wants to “elevate” the po-boy game in Biloxi

Dealing with what Mississippi Phosphates left 2:39

Dealing with what Mississippi Phosphates left

The Sun Herald is preparing your Black Friday ads. Are you ready? 0:48

The Sun Herald is preparing your Black Friday ads. Are you ready?

West Harrison band to experience New York City in Macy’s parade 1:40

West Harrison band to experience New York City in Macy’s parade

Burglary brings out security concerns in Gulfport 1:04

Burglary brings out security concerns in Gulfport

  • Raiders!: The Story of the Greatest Fan Film Ever Made

    In 1981, two 11 year-olds in Mississippi set our to remake their favorite film: Raiders of the Lost Ark. With the help of all their friends, it took them seven years to complete in their basement. Except one scene, the airplane scene. Thirty years later, they set out to finally finish their fan film and full realize their childhood dream. This is the story behind the making of what is known as the greatest fan film ever made.

In 1981, two 11 year-olds in Mississippi set our to remake their favorite film: Raiders of the Lost Ark. With the help of all their friends, it took them seven years to complete in their basement. Except one scene, the airplane scene. Thirty years later, they set out to finally finish their fan film and full realize their childhood dream. This is the story behind the making of what is known as the greatest fan film ever made. Jeremy Coon Productions
In 1981, two 11 year-olds in Mississippi set our to remake their favorite film: Raiders of the Lost Ark. With the help of all their friends, it took them seven years to complete in their basement. Except one scene, the airplane scene. Thirty years later, they set out to finally finish their fan film and full realize their childhood dream. This is the story behind the making of what is known as the greatest fan film ever made. Jeremy Coon Productions

Coast 'Raiders' documentary coming to big and small screens in June

March 01, 2016 06:30 PM

UPDATED March 02, 2016 10:51 AM

More Videos

East Central's Tony Brown talks about his 8-TD night 1:56

East Central's Tony Brown talks about his 8-TD night

Hattiesburg coach Tony Vance discusses win at Stone 1:07

Hattiesburg coach Tony Vance discusses win at Stone

Man sneaks onto luggage carousel, runs onto tarmac at Miami International Airport 3:05

Man sneaks onto luggage carousel, runs onto tarmac at Miami International Airport

East Central's Seth Smith 'super proud' of dominant performance 3:09

East Central's Seth Smith 'super proud' of dominant performance

Ole Miss quarterback Shea Patterson breaks down the Rebels' win 3:28

Ole Miss quarterback Shea Patterson breaks down the Rebels' win

Southport Line wants to “elevate” the po-boy game in Biloxi 1:58

Southport Line wants to “elevate” the po-boy game in Biloxi

Dealing with what Mississippi Phosphates left 2:39

Dealing with what Mississippi Phosphates left

The Sun Herald is preparing your Black Friday ads. Are you ready? 0:48

The Sun Herald is preparing your Black Friday ads. Are you ready?

West Harrison band to experience New York City in Macy’s parade 1:40

West Harrison band to experience New York City in Macy’s parade

Burglary brings out security concerns in Gulfport 1:04

Burglary brings out security concerns in Gulfport

  • The Sun Herald is preparing your Black Friday ads. Are you ready?

    Behind-the-scenes look at the combination of manpower and machinery that gets the highly anticipated Black Friday inserts into the Thanksgiving edition of the Sun Herald.