Camp set at Crams farm. Producer Brett Popplewell with director of photography John Stokes.
Camp set at Crams farm. Producer Brett Popplewell with director of photography John Stokes. John Gass

Hopes Camp will return to the Tweed for series two

THE producer of US series Camp has said that he hopes to return to the Tweed to film the show's second season.

Brett Popplewell said that filming had reached the series fourth episode, out of ten, and only minor hiccups were slowing things down.

"The only negative is that we had a few break-ins, which was a bit of a concern, but the local police have been great," he said.

"We don't keep any filming or equipment in our office for obvious reasons."

He added that the Murwillumbah community had been extremely supportive, but most of the production was occuring out of town in locations such as Clarrie Hall Dam and Crams Farm.

"We're really hoping we'll be here early next year for another season too," he said.

Mr Popplewell said that the Camp production was a substantial contributor to the Tweed economy.

"We have a big budget, over $20 million and we have a lot of crew," he said.

"Sometimes we have 100 people per day on set."



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