Filming may cause traffic disruption

News Nov 15, 2007 Flamborough Review

Traffic and parking constraints on Mill and Main streets will be greater than usual Monday when a film crew visits Waterdown.

The crew will be in town from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. shooting a feature film entitled, "Weapon." During the morning hours, technical cube vans and a package truck will be parked on Mill Street between Elgin and Dundas streets. Early filming will take place near Grace Anglican Church, with the crew moving to the Waterdown Public Library around 12 (noon).

About two hours of afternoon filming will be done on Main Street North between Cedar and Dundas streets.

The bulk of the crew's larger support unit will be stationed in a private lot throughout the filming.

Malcolm McCulloch, location manager for Weapon Films Inc. of Hamilton, said the film will star Bruce Greenwood, but the actor isn't expected to be on site during the Waterdown filming.

Filming may cause traffic disruption

News Nov 15, 2007 Flamborough Review

Traffic and parking constraints on Mill and Main streets will be greater than usual Monday when a film crew visits Waterdown.

The crew will be in town from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. shooting a feature film entitled, "Weapon." During the morning hours, technical cube vans and a package truck will be parked on Mill Street between Elgin and Dundas streets. Early filming will take place near Grace Anglican Church, with the crew moving to the Waterdown Public Library around 12 (noon).

About two hours of afternoon filming will be done on Main Street North between Cedar and Dundas streets.

The bulk of the crew's larger support unit will be stationed in a private lot throughout the filming.

Malcolm McCulloch, location manager for Weapon Films Inc. of Hamilton, said the film will star Bruce Greenwood, but the actor isn't expected to be on site during the Waterdown filming.

Filming may cause traffic disruption

News Nov 15, 2007 Flamborough Review

Traffic and parking constraints on Mill and Main streets will be greater than usual Monday when a film crew visits Waterdown.

The crew will be in town from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. shooting a feature film entitled, "Weapon." During the morning hours, technical cube vans and a package truck will be parked on Mill Street between Elgin and Dundas streets. Early filming will take place near Grace Anglican Church, with the crew moving to the Waterdown Public Library around 12 (noon).

About two hours of afternoon filming will be done on Main Street North between Cedar and Dundas streets.

The bulk of the crew's larger support unit will be stationed in a private lot throughout the filming.

Malcolm McCulloch, location manager for Weapon Films Inc. of Hamilton, said the film will star Bruce Greenwood, but the actor isn't expected to be on site during the Waterdown filming.