“Undisputed Chemistry” in this teen-loving movie shot at Terry Fox High School in Port Coquitlam.
Schools are usually dead zones during the spring break.
But not this activity-packed Port Coquitlam high school.
Terry Fox Secondary is currently the setting for a Disney + movie called Dance arrangementa teenage romantic comedy.
School District 43 agreed to rent the school for filming during the spring break and now there are dozens of truck trucks, tents and dressing rooms at the high school located at 1260 Riverwood Gate.
SD43 will earn a significant fee for shooting the film at school, charging $ 1,690 a day during filming. Having SD43 staff on hand costs extra.
Fox students were also asked to be extra in the film, giving them a chance to make some money during the two-week break.
When the Tri-City News fell, there was no sign of the young actors in the lead roles – Peyton Elizabeth Lee the Milo Manheim – but dozens of workers seem to be preparing the equipment and directing the traffic.
It is not uncommon for films to be made in Tri-Cities, especially at the Riverview / səmiq̓wəʔelə Hospital in Coquitlam.
In 2020, shortly before the pandemic lockdown, The kioskwith Whoopi Goldberg was filmed in Leigh Square in downtown PoCo.
However, Dance arrangement has a clearly more optimistic tone than the previous one The kiosk mini series based on a novel by Stephen King.
Directed by Anya Adams, an award-winning Canadian-American director best known for Blackish, Genie & Georgia and The good part, the movie Dance arrangement described as a modern rom – com.
According IMDB, Dance arrangement follows the central character, a “feminist who does not believe in the idea of falling in love, especially in hetero-regulatory love, but then falls and there is indisputable chemistry.”
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