Update: Movie filming around Kelowna today and tomorrow

Crew's working on latest instalment of of "Nightmare" film series will be working in the city's North End and in City Park.

Update: Filming will also take place on Saturday, this time overnight in the City Park tunnel, beginning at 6:30 p.m.

While the park will remain open during filming, pedestrians and cyclists are advised to be aware of the production crew and expect to be stopped from entering the tunnel for brief periods while filming takes place.

Filming is expected to wrap up by 7 a.m.  Sunday.

Original story: Hopefully it won’t be a driver’s nightmare.

Film crews working on a movie called A Surrogate’s Nightmare will shut down a small section of Kelowna’s North End—Weddell Place and Ethel Street ending at  Crowley Avenue—Friday for six hours while filming takes place. The movie is the latestin a string of films with the word “nightmare” in the title— A Mother’s Nightmare, A Daughter’s Nightmare and A Sister’s Nightmare. The area will be closed to traffic from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Detours will be in place, says the city, and access will be provided to local businesses only.

Signs will be posted to indicate filming is taking place and traffic control personnel will be on site.


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