According to Recorder.com, the new Kate Winslet/Josh Brolin film Labor Day will be filming around Montague, MA next week.
Filming of the movie “Labor Day” is scheduled for Friday 6/8 at locations in the villages of Turners Falls and Millers Falls, two in the seemingly ever-increasing list of area stops for the production.
In Millers Falls, filming will involve a view of E. Main Street stocked with 1980s-era vehicles.
Josh Slates appeared on behalf of the production at a Board of Selectmen’s meeting Thursday, requesting permission to use various public areas and outlining plans for filming and logistical operations, much of which will take place on private property.
On Friday, Winslet was spotted filming scenes at Fanara’s Tonsorial Parlor in Natick. In addition to Turner Falls and Millers Falls, Labor Day is expected to shoot in Shelburne Falls next week too.
UPDATE: An updated story in The Recorder they will also film scenes in the old and new Franklin County Jail and House of Corrections buildings on Friday.
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