Local film buff creates film location scouting business

by Amanda Reseburg, Beloit Daily News – August 20, 2021

In tiny Mono, Ontario, Canada there’s a non-descript motel called The Hockley. It may not look like much, but its role in the hit television show Schitt’s Creek put the town of 8,600 on the map. Leagues of visitors descend on the area every year to capture a little TV magic for themselves.
Nancy Clark-Mather hopes to bring that same notoriety and magic to Beloit through her new business, Beloit FilmWorks. The business is a “film-friendly” location scouting service that is working to bring directors, documentarians, and producers to the area to use the varied Beloit landscape for their projects.

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