|Director Vic Sarin, centre, is seen here with actors Jessica Lowndes and Grant Gustin from the movie, A Mother's Nightmare, shot in West Kelowna. He returns to the Okanagan this fall to shoot another movie.|
Sepia Films producers Tina Pehme and Kim C. Roberts are returning once again to the Valley to shoot A Daughter's Nightmare, announced Jon Summerland, film commissioner for the Okanagan.
Pre-production on A Daughter's Nightmare is set to start in early September and will shoot in and around Kelowna through October.
It is the third installment in Sepia's Nightmare thriller saga. The movie follows A Mother's Nightmare shot in 2012 and A Sister's Nightmare, filmed earlier this year.
Casting is expected to be completed by today and an announcement will be made soon.
"It's looking like a good cast," Summerland said.
The film will be directed by Emmy Award winning director Vic Sarin, a celebrated Canadian filmmaker, director, cinematographer, writer, and producer (Partition, A Shine of Rainbows, Cold Comfort, Margaret's Museum, Whale Music, Bye Bye Blues).
"We continue to be reinforced that we are doing things right when production companies are returning with multiple productions," said Summerland.
Los Angeles-based Brainstorm Media's Meyer Shwarzstein and WIN's Larry Gershman are the executive producers.
A Daughter's Nightmare will premiere on Lifetime, Movie Central and The Movie Network in early 2014.
A Sister's Nightmare, starring Kelly Rutherford (Gossip Girl) Natasha Henstridge (Species), Peyton List (Jessie) and Matthew Settle (Gossip Girl) premiered in Canada on Saturday on Movie Central and TMN.
The Nightmare franchise will continue with three new movies anticipated for 2014, including A Wife's Nightmare, A Roommate's Nightmare and A Good Little Nightmare.
Sepia Films is a Vancouver-based production company.