Road To Boston, the story of a South Korean athlete who won the Boston Marathon in 1947, has been filming in locations across Victoria, including near Ballarat.
On Thursday, production will move to Lydiard Street, taking advantage of Ballarat's historic buildings.
The street will be transformed, with American-style exteriors and period vehicles - but this will also mean the street will be closed for the day, from 6am to 7pm, between Ballarat train station and Dana Street.
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Parking will be restricted from 4pm on Wednesday.
On Friday afternoon, sections of Camp Street will also be closed from 2pm.
Parts of Humffray Street and Main Road will be closed from 6am to 7pm on Saturday.
Businesses will remain open, and pedestrian access will be managed by the production company.
Filmmakers have been shooting at the Ballarat airport for the past few days, and supervising location manager Drew Rhodes said it looked fantastic.
"It's the sections of the film to do with the marathon itself, that's all being filmed in regional Victoria - we've been filming in Geelong, Ballarat, and Bendigo," he explained.
"We've had great support from the residents and traders, people have been really helpful, sometimes going out of their way to help."
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