Lights! Camera! Action in 1970s-era Kamloops home

The Thompson-Nicola Film Commission is scouting for a feature film and is looking for a 1970s- or early 1980s-style home that has not been renovated.

Do you have a home that looks like it stepped right out of the 1970s or early 1980s?

If so, it could star in a feature film that is set to be shot in the Kamloops area.

The Thompson-Nicola Film Commission is scouting for a feature film and is looking for a 1970s- or early 1980s-style home that has not been renovated.

If you own a home in the Kamloops area with a kitchen that looks like the one in the above photo and would like to see it in a movie, email a couple of photos and contact information to tnfc@tnrd.ca.

The homeowner of a house selected would be paid a location fee for the use of residence.

Crew call

Meanwhile, a feature film shooting in the Cache Creek/Ashcroft area is looking for crew members to work from May 24 to June 4 The paid positions needed include craft services/catering, ADs, grip department, transport department, lighting, wardrobe and hair.

Hotel and travel paid, plus day rate are negotiable.

Those interested can email resumes or IMDB link to oceanreleasing@gmail.com and to maritamacarlson@hotmail.com.

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