Fresno Native Shooting Holocaust Film “Dirty Bomb” In Clovis

[Photo: McCaffrey]

FRESNO, CA (KMJ) – A film is shooting in the Central Valley…

Fresno native Valerie McCaffrey wrote, and is producing and directing a project called Dirty Bomb, a story about holocaust heroes, who took a stand and saved thousands of lives by sabotaging bombs.

It is important to not only forget Mankind’s capacity for evil, but also appreciate the resilience and sacrifice of those who confronted that evil. It is important for future generations and our modern society to recognize our World History as to never repeat it again. – Dirty Bomb

Filming takes place this Thursday, July 17th, through Saturday, July 19th, in Elkhorn and in the Clovis tunnels.

Extras are needed, McCaffrey (seen above) says about 13 males, ages 16 to 50, with a thin build to be playing WWII Jewish prisoners.

These are paid positions, $50 a day plus meals.

You can email pictures and resumes to her at

Click to listen to the report by KMJ’s Liz Kern: