Last week, the area near Morningside Community School had some traffic disruptions as crews were filming a movie.

This time, Gregory Crewdson is returning to Pittsfield to shoot.

Beginning Wednesday, Sept. 22, noted photographer Gregory Crewdson will once again be staging a series of photoshoots at multiple locations throughout the City of Pittsfield.

The photoshoots are expected to continue through early-to-mid October. Please be advised that the first round of shoots will be filmed through Sunday, Sept. 29, and will include some road closures.

An additional schedule will be provided for the second phase of filming. Here’s a schedule and location of the upcoming photoshoots:

Wednesday, Sept. 22 – Thursday, Sept. 23: Mill Street (under the railroad bridge). A segment of Mill Street will be closed by Hawthorne Avenue through the 130 block from approximately 5 to 7 p.m. each day.

Friday, Sept. 24: Former Jim’s House of Shoes. The parking spaces and bike lane on that block of North Street, from Summer Street to Columbus Avenue, will be closed off from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. The southbound lane of North Street will remain open.

Saturday, Sept. 25: Former Lach’s Lounge. From 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., Fenn Street will be closed at First Street to the city parking lot (the entrance closest to Fenn). Please note, businesses in that block are aware of the filming and will remain open and accessible.

Sunday, Sept. 26: Fourth Street Bridge. From 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., Fourth Street will be closed from Lincoln Street to Silver Lake Boulevard.

For more information, please call Roberta McCulloch-Dews, Director of Administrative Services and Public Information Officer, Mayor’s Office, 413-499-9322.

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