Vancouver indie shoot heads to the Okanagan

Aden Young, star of the TV series Rectify is coming to the Okanagan during filming of the indie movie Unseen.
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OKANAGAN - Stars will once again shine across the Okanagan when an indie feature film shoot moves from Vancouver to various locations in West Kelowna and North Okanagan next week.

A specific schedule of filming days and locations for Unseen was not provided in a media release from the Okanagan Film Commission, however stargazers might catch an accidental glimpse around town of Toronto-born Aden Young, known for his current lead role in the television series Rectify. Julia Sarah Stone of Vancouver, star of Vampire Dog and Sunday's Child, also has a role, along with Edmonton's Ben Cotton, known for his work in Lawrence & Hollman and Battlestar Galactica: Blood & Crome. Other actors in the film include Camille Sullivan, who played detective Amy Lynch in the television series Shattered, and Alison Araya, who has had roles in X-Men Origins: Wolverine and Watchmen.

The executive producer for the project is Ian Hay who also had his hand in Arctic Air, Daydream Nation and The Delicate Art of Parking. Producers include Hans Dayal of I, Robot, TRON: Legacy and Watchmen, as well as Katie Weekley of Dark Angel and Supernatural

The B.C. production company behind Unseen is Heaven's Door Pictures.

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