Pingree School in Hamilton will be home to a film crew on Tuesday, referred there by the father of a Pingree student.
The cast and crew from the movie “Crooked Arrows” will be using part of the campus as a staging area for a scene being shot at .
Crooked Arrows is billed as the first major movie about lacrosse and has been shooting on the North Shore for the past few weeks at locations such as and the Topsfield Fairgrounds.
In addition to using Pingree parking lots to park, they have set up a tent where actors and crew will eat meals.
Pingree School ended up getting involved after Randy Sabino, father of student Haley, referred the movie crew to the school. Sabino has been renting office space to the film company during shooting on the North Shore, according to Pingree spokeswoman Judy Klein.
The movie’s crew’s day is expected to be long – running from 5:30 a.m. to 8 p.m.
The crew had expected to be there on Monday but because, at one point, the forecast said Monday was supposed to start off wet, it was bumped back to Tuesday.