Lifetime Movie production in Olde Towne

lights. camera. action.Hillionaire Productions in partnership with Lifetime Movies will begin production of their movie “Teachers Watching” on Monday, January 25, 2021 around the City of Clinton. 

Producers have selected Clinton as the backdrop of the movie. Olde Towne Clinton, MC, and other locations around our City will be highlighted in the production.

While we are working to minimize any disruptions to your business and daily life, film crews will need periodic road closures to shoot scenes of the movie. We are currently finalizing the exact locations but have been informed that closures could begin as early as 1/25. CPD will be present to reroute your customers to the alley parking behind Hetrick Real Estate and available street Parking on north Jefferson and Leake Streets during production. 

Producers have shared several dates for road closures and when Jefferson Street will be closed to on street parking. Those dates are listed below:

January 25, 2021: Driving scene shots. Periodic closure of Leake Street, Jefferson Street, and Main Street between 7 A.M. and noon. Street parking will be available.

January 27 -28: Olde Towne Clinton area surface streets. Temporary road closures each day.

January 31, 2020: Arrow Drive. Road closures all day near Clinton Park Elementary.

February 3, 2021: Jefferson Street closed for filming at 303 Jefferson. No on street parking on Jefferson between Main and Leake Streets. Alley and Leake Street parking available.

February 4: Stoney Ridge Road, no road closures, but equipment will slow traffic.

February 5, 6, 8, 9, 2021: Merganser Trail, Lakeridge Subdivision. Equipment will slow traffic.

We are excited to welcome this feature length film production to our city. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause you but hope that the exposure afforded our city during this film, will prove beneficial for the City of Clinton. We are working to keep disruptions to a minimum and appreciate your cooperation and patience during this exciting opportunity.



The filming of “Teacher’s Watching” in Clinton is bringing much excitement to the community.

On Sunday, January 31, 2021, a school scene will be filmed. Parents and children will be needed for these scenes.

The film will need 20 children to play school kids and 20 adults to play parents. Those interested may submit a closeup photo and full body photo of themselves, along with your name and contact number to

They should bring 2-3 options of clothing for the scenes. The clothing should be warm weather clothing. They should bring a jacket for when not on camera, but the scenes will reflect a warmer part of the year. No logos or wild prints on the clothing.

Please anticipate that the day will last 6-10 hours. There will be snacks and drinks for them, on set.




Please provide a closeup photo and full body photo of yourself, along with your name and good contact number.

Please review and follow guidelines below

 Please note that this will be entirely voluntary and is an UNPAID gig for being in the film. In the event, you are chosen to be one of the requested background actors, you will be required to take a COVID 19 test prior to being on set.



1)  ROLE – Include in the subject line of your email if you’re submitting as one of the children or one of the parents/adults

Children may be between the ages of 7-9 or older or younger as long as they look like they’re between the ages of 7-9 years of age.

Parents/adults to play parents may be between the ages of 25-50.

2) PHOTOS – Include a photo of your face only and a second full-body photo of yourself

3)  PERSONAL INFO- Include your full name, phone, and email address in the body of the email.

4)  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS – within the body of the email, you must state that you are submitting with the understanding that this is an UNPAID gig and that you understand you will be required to take a COVID 19 test prior to start date.

5)  Please email all complete submissions to

Once you send your submission to the email listed above, there is no need to follow up with casting.  The submissions have been robust and they will only contact you if you are chosen to be in the film.  If chosen, casting will reach out to you with further details including wardrobe, covid test instructions, and what to expect for the day.

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