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Nightmare movie series continues to shoot in the Okanagan
For the third time in two years, Sepia Films will be returning to the Okanagan this month to film A Daughter's Nightmare: The third instalment in the Nightmare thriller saga.
A Daughter's Nightmare stars Emily Jordan Osment (Spy Kids 2: Island of Lost Dreams, Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over, Hanna Montana), Richard Karn (Home Improvement, Last Man Standing), Gregg Sulkin (The Wizards Return: Alex vs. Alex, Avalon High, Wizards of Waverly Place), Victoria Pratt (Castle, Christmas Twister, Hush Little Baby) and Paul Johansson (CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, John Q, The Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day).
The film will be directed by Emmy Award winning director Vic Sarin. Los Angeles based Brainstorm Media's Meyer Shwarzstein and WIN's Larry Gershman are the executive producers.
"We continue to be reinforced that we are doing things right when production companies are returning with multiple productions," said Jon Summerland, film commissioner of the Okanagan Film Commission.
Pre-production on A Daughter's Nightmare is set to start in early October and will shoot in and around Kelowna. The film will premiere on Lifetime, Movie Central and The Movie Network in early 2014.
The Nightmare franchise will continue in 2014 with new titles including: A Wife's Nightmare.