Lincoln’s Funeral DVD

This  video captures the sights, sounds and experiences of that historic 3-day event which recreated Lincoln’s funeral. For just $24.95 plus shipping and handling you can own a copy of the DVD which chronicles this once-in-a-lifetime event. Click button below to order.



C.I.F.C Polo Shirt

Be the height of fashion with this stylish polo in classic black with the Central Illinois Film Commission logo

Sizes small through XL are $18.00 each not including sales tax, postage and handling.

Size 2XL and larger are $20.00 each. Click button below to order.


CIFC HoodieC.I.F.C Hoodie Sweatshirt

The C.I.F.C hoodie is a great wardrobe item for cold winter weather, a chilly morning sitting on the porch, a cool night around the fire pit or any occasion when you need a little extra warmth.

Price is $25.00 each (plus tax, postage and handling) for sizes SML to XL

2-XL and bigger $28.00 (each)


CIFC TshirtC.I.F.C  T-shirt

For a great casual look to go with jeans, shorts or sweats consider  the C.I.F.C T-shirt in classic black. Sizes small through XL are $12.00 each (plus tax, postage and handling) and $15 for sizes 2-XL and bigger.  Click appropriate button, depending on size, below to order.

Sizes small through XL.


2-XL and bigger



CIFC Ball Cap

C.I.F.C. Ball Cap

A great accessory to “cap” off your ensemble, keep your hair from blowing around on a windy day or to keep the sun out of your eyes and elements off your head is the C.I.F.C ball cap. Featuring an adjustable strap, one size fits all. This stylish black ball cap can be yours for just $15.00 each  (plus tax, postage and handling). Click button below to order:


 The early travels George with his brother Peter left London to America while here he noted trains planes and automobiles and the American pop culture which as he reported back to London in early Oct 1963.While here he joined in with a local band the Four Vests at a local VFW Hall, was introduced as the Elvis Presley of England and referred to around Benton town folks as the skinny little kid from England. Watching the Sullivan TV Show while he was there staying with his sister at 113 McCann Street , also listen in on the local radio programs on WFRX later was the first interview of any of the Beatles on air and in person in America the 45 record he had with him was SHE LOVES YOU which was aired on Sept 29th, early March played FROM ME TO YOU making that station and Marsha Shaffer the first DJ to spin a Beatles record and interview of any of the Beatles. In Benton he was able to buy records buy a Rickenbacker guitar went camping in the Garden of the Gods ,and meet the teenagers of a crew cut generation, who never saw the likes or sounds of George Harrison of the Beatles it was as if a UFO landed on the town square.

$24.95 FOR THE 2 DVD SET


A U.S. marshal on a mission to reunite his family finds nothing but trouble after settling in a small Texas town. It’s been years since U.S. Marshal Luke Canfield’s ex-wife ran away from their Tennessee home, and it’s beginning to look like he’ll never see her nor his young son again. Defeated after years of searching, Luke begins a new life in the quiet town of Sand Prairie, accepting a job in law enforcement and falling for pretty saloon dancer Dixie Johnson. Trouble is, local villain Asa Brown has his eye on Dixie, too. Asa leads a violent gang of horse thieves, and the Sand Prairie locals live in mortal fear of his wrath. When Asa assaults Dixie, Luke sends him running from town in a hail of hot lead. Later, Canfield ventures out into the desert in search of Asa and his brothers, inadvertently putting Daisy and two young boys in danger as the unpredictable criminal plots bitter revenge.

Shot in Central Illinois with mostly CIFC members.

Two DVD set, directors cut. $24.95.