Filming in Port Hope/Derry Continues This Week

In Editor Choice, entertainment, Local

The production “Greetings from Fairview” continues this week in Port Hope.  The production may be called “Greetings from Fairview” but the town has clearly turned into Derry, home of Pennywise and the popular IT horror movies.

Along with the actors, IT producer Andy Muschietti was also spotted working with the actors early last week.

  • Memorial Park will be set dressed on May 23 and 24, the park will remain prepped over the weekend (May 27 and 28) with security in place. Filming in Memorial Park is scheduled for May 26 and 29. The playground will remain open for use.
  • An American flag will be temporarily installed at 5 Mill Street South.
  • All above times are subject to change. Residents and visitors will be made aware of major changes as they occur.
  • A reminder to residents that the Farmers Market is on Saturday, May 27. All vehicles in the Town Hall parking lot Saturday morning will be removed.
  • Filming events are interesting and exciting for many, but please do not impede the work being completed.
  • The Mary J. Benson Branch of the Port Hope Public Library will remain open at its usual operating hours during the filming.
Pete Fisher
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Has been a photojournalist for over 30-years and have been honoured to win numerous awards for photography and writing over the years. Best selling author for the book Highway of Heroes - True Patriot Love

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