“When you put your heart into something you become completely lost in it” – Dwira


10-57 with Swat Team and Rodney DwiraTHUNDER BAY – “When you put your heart into something you become completely lost in it. You focus on doing your very best each day, thats what we did,” shares Alphabet Production President Rodney Dwira.

Getting the ever energetic Dwira to slow down enough to get a quote out of him can be hard. However, right now, maybe twenty days have slowed Rodney into the deep quote on how getting 10-57 filmed has left the budding Director.

Filming of the latest Alphabet Production’s feature film, 10-57 has just completed in Thunder Bay, after a very tight twenty day schedule.

Sunday, July 18th, marked the final day of shoot for the cast and crew of 10?57. The city has seen road closures, car chases and SWAT teams storming the city amongst a fully equipped film crew and professional actors from across Canada.

The film is now in post?production, with a release date set for early 2011. Check out the official website at www.1057themovie.com for updates and upcoming news on the project.

The film is a riveting Police Action Drama, entirely shot in Thunder Bay, featuring local professional crew and actors as part of the extensive filmmaking team.

SYNOPSIS: Missing Person Unit Detective Jane Scott is considered a hero, even though the humbled woman is simply doing her job when she investigates kidnapped cases and recovers hostages held for ransom. However the rules of the game change when she is tasked with a missing person’s case and the suspected abductor is her former partner and one time lover…… Ray Unic. This time, they are chasing one of their own.

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