Lifetime movie portion shot in Summerland

A Lifetime film project was partially shot in front of Summerland town hall on Monday. A camera man waits for his cue.

A film crew was spotted preparing to shoot a scene in Summerland on Monday for a project for the Lifetime television network.

Producer Andy Holmes, camera personnel and a few cast members shot a scene for A Sister's Nightmare, a TV thriller for Lifetime and Movie Central in front of Summerland's town hall. There was a police car and two cast members dressed as officers from the State of Washington.

Further details were unavailable by the time this story was posted. Calls and text messages were made to Holmes and the District of Summerland.

To contact a reporter for this story, email Shannon Quesnel at squesnel@infotelnews.ca, call 250-488-3065 or tweet @shannonquesnel1

A police car with Washington state plates was used in a scene filmed in front of Summerland's town hall on Monday.
A police car with Washington state plates was used in a scene filmed in front of Summerland's town hall on Monday.

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