Lights, Camera, Action on Bergen St.

A feature film, Malorie's Final Score, began shooting at Bergen and Smith Streets Thursday.

Here comes Hollywood. A feature film, Malorie's Final Score, began shooting at the corner of Bergen and Smith Streets on Thursday. Over a quick coffee at across the street from the set, actress Joslyn Jensen told Patch that the crew will be filming through August 12, with the movie expected to debut at festivals in 2013.

Jensen stars in the title role as Malorie Gilman, "a brilliant, but somewhat lost composition student at an elite university in New York City who, after failing to secure her scholarship, infiltrates an exclusive escort network in the city to finance her future studies," according to a description on NYCastings.com.

After having her makeup touched up, Jensen was outfitted with an oversized pink floral bag and began the arduous process of repeated takes, walking up and down the sidewalk as a fake New York City Yellow Cab would pull up alongside her.

Not seen on the set was Heather Maturazzo, perhaps the biggest name attached to the project, who has previously appeared in films such as Scream 3, The Princess Diaries, Welcome to the Dollhouse and Saved.

Stay with Patch for updates.

Mary A. July 20, 2012 at 02:53 PM
It would be great if we could get a day or two advance notice of film shooting in the neighborhood we we can prepare for the onslaught of no parking signs, etc. Does the Carroll Gardens Patch get advance notice from NYC film office and local politicians?
Joanna Prisco July 20, 2012 at 03:26 PM
No, we do not. I will look into whether CB6 can provide future info on this.
Mary A. July 20, 2012 at 10:11 PM
Great Joanna. That really would be appreciated.


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