A movie was being shot at The Farmer’s Daughter cheese store in Sidney Monday. (Photo courtesy of the Town of Sidney)

Film crews on location in Sidney

A film is being shot in The Farmer’s Daughter store in Sidney

Scenes for a TV movie were being shot in Sidney Monday, Feb 4.

Flip That Romance is being shot in and around The Farmer’s Daughter on Beacon Avenue.

Trucks arrived at 7 a.m. and most of the exterior shooting was completed that morning. The rest of the day is being spent shooting scenes inside The Farmer’s Daughter store.

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The production company, Flip Romance Productions, has indicated they intend to leave at 9 p.m.

The majority of the production’s vehicles are parked off-site, however, there are some temporary ‘No Parking’ signs so as to maintain continuity of shot. These can be found on the west side of Resthaven, from the 7-11 on James White Boulevard, the east side of Resthaven, from Beacon Avenue to Sidney Tire and six parking spots on the northern side of Beacon Avenue from Home Hardware to Beacon Books.

Residents are asked to call the Town of Sidney at 250-656-4502 or Flip Romance Productions at 778-265-6371 for more information.

nick.murray@peninsulanewsreview.com

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