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Feature film to start shooting in Oklahoma City

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OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Principal photography is set to start this weekend across Oklahoma City on a feature film about a financial adviser who loses his wife and his memory during a random shooting.

The psychological thriller "Element" will start shooting Saturday. The shoot is expected to take 16 days and will feature locations around Oklahoma's capital, including Paramount Cafe, Mickey Mantle's Steakhouse and the First Baptist Church of Oklahoma City.

The film stars Michael Ironside, who is known for his roles in "Top Gun" and "Total Recall."

Table 31 Productions is producing the film in association with Highland Myst Entertainment and Circus Wheel Productions.

Table 31 co-founder Mollie Milligan says producers want Oklahoma City's "vibrant energy" to be a part of the film.

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