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Hallmark movie being shot in Sudbury until mid-May

By: Sudbury Northern Life Staff

 | Apr 26, 2014 - 10:24 AM |
Crews were set up on Elgin Street April 22 and 23 to film the Hallmark Channel flick Midnight Masquerade. Photo by Kimberley Wahamaa.

Crews were set up on Elgin Street April 22 and 23 to film the Hallmark Channel flick Midnight Masquerade. Photo by Kimberley Wahamaa.

'Midnight Masquerade' a Cinderella story starring lawyers

For those wondering about the film crews set up in downtown Sudbury recently, they were there to shoot a movie called “Midnight Masquerade” for the Hallmark Channel.

Crews will continue to shoot scenes in Sudbury until mid-May, said David Anselmo, CEO of the local production company Hideaway Films, which has been hired to film the movie.

“I'm very excited and proud that we are filming another movie in my hometown, keeping people in the north employed in this new industry,” Anselmo said, in an email to Northern Life.

“Midnight Masquerade” centres on a “nice guy,” Rob Carelli, who works at the law firm Higgins Attorneys and Sons.

But when the beautiful new CEO of Samford Candy, Elyse Samford, comes to the office to consult on a trademark infringement suit, Rob is smitten.

Elyse invites the whole Higgins law firm to Samford Candy's annual Halloween masquerade ball. Rob is forced to work late, and can't attend the ball.

But with help from friends, he gets to the ball disguised as a prince. After one magical dance with Elyse, love is in the air.

Rob needs to get back to the office before the building closes at midnight, leaving Elyse wondering where — and who — her prince is.

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