A North Shore production company will be filming scenes for the TV series Nancy Drew in Lynn Canyon Park tomorrow at night.
The TV series is based on the Nancy drew mystery books with a modern spin.
The majority of the scenes being filmed are night scenes, and the company has permission from District of North Vancouver for extension to filming hours in order to have enough hours of darkness.
During filming, some intermittent pedestrian control to ensure safety will be provided.
The majority of the large trailers and crew personal cars will be parked off site and out of the neighbourhood, according to the notice issued by Ultra Produtions Inc.
But essential support vehicles and equipment trucks will be within the park in designated areas.
Here are the details:
On Saturday, November 14, from 12 am to 2:30 pm: Equipment trucks pull into the park and trucks are parked in the designated areas.
From 2:30 pm to 3 pm: Crews are shuttled into the park and begin to unload and set up equipment from the truck.
3 pm to 3:30 pm: Filming begins on bear trail and on the road surround bear trail. The area will be brighter than usual as the company will be using atmospheric fog through the area.
Filming then starts on Saturday from 3:30 pm and continues to early morning Sunday until 3:30 am.
Filming will be complete by 4 am and crew will start packing equipment into trucks and will drive out through the Ross road gate by 8 am.
From 8 am to 10 am: A small crew remains to remove remaining sets and equipment and clean and restore the park to its original state.
Residents can contact the studio at email@example.com or call 983-5544
“We are committed to working respectfully in your neighbourhood and to responding quickly to any unforeseen impacts” according to location manager Heather Veedan.