Movie production wants you
Shooting a scene of A Daughter's Nightmare with Kelowna native Paul Johansson, star of One Tree Hill, and Emily Osment of Hannah Montana.
Image Credit: Twitter: Paul Johannsen @pjraven
October 25, 2013 - 9:23 AM
KELOWNA - Anyone who has ever dreamed of being part of a big television production can have their chance this Friday.
Sepia Films, the Vancouver-based production company currently filming A Daughter's Nightmare in and around the city needs bodies to fill out a concert scene at a threatre in downtown Kelowna.
When filming begins Friday morning, Sepia wants volunteer background performers of all ages to fill up the audience. Anyone interested in being part of the movie can find more information by emailing age and contact information to firstname.lastname@example.org. The official location and wardrobe details will be emailed back to those wishing to participate Thursday evening.
Nightmare is a three part franchise including A Sister’s Nightmare and A Mother’s Nightmare, which was the most watched Lifetime movie of 2012. All three films have used the Okanagan Valley as their backdrop, bringing recognition to many local businesses as well as the Okanagan as a world class filming location.
A Daughter’s Nightmare cast features Kelowna native Paul Johansson (One Tree Hill) along with Emily Osment (Hannah Montana, Spy Kids 2 & 3D), Gregg Sulkin (Pretty Little Liars, Wizards of Waverly Place), Victoria Pratt (Mutant X) and Richard Karn (Home Improvement).
For those travelling through but not participating in filming, note the City of Kelowna will restrict parking on the north side of Lawrence Avenue from Water Street to Pandosy between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.
A road closure will be in place on Bernard Avenue from Bertram Street to St. Paul Street from 5 - 9 p.m.
RCMP will be onsite to direct traffic.
For more information on road closures, visit kelowna.ca/roadreport.
News from © InfoTel News Ltd, 2013