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Lights, camera, action!

It sounds like a movie script, doesn’t it? Actually, a documentary film crew captured that scene Tuesday morning from the roof deck of Columbia Gas Transmission’s Charleston office.

The film crew from MotionMasters visited 1700 MacCorkle Ave. at the crack of dawn to get a new vantage point for their documentary “Temple of Democracy: West Virginia’s State Capitol.”

“Most people haven’t seen the Capitol from this point of view. It is really something,” said Diane Dimoff, producer and writer for the production company. “We appreciate Columbia’s support of the film and its hospitality.”

The crew plans to return to the roof to capture additional seasonal footage for the film, which is scheduled for release in 2008. To learn more about the film, visit the MotionMasters’ Web site at http://www.motionmasters.com/

Thanks to the NiSourse Gas Transmission & Supply Communications Department for submitting this blog article.

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