Swanson, who declined to reveal more of the plot, or why three actors were balancing a large fake stone at the edge of the bridge, said the movie will also address “a social issue” he wants to bring more awareness to.
The Ross Twp. resident said the public can follow the production of his movie by Lohengrin Productions at its Facebook page. The movie's premier will coincide with a fund-raising campaign to get the movie to independent film festivals around the world.
Swanson praised Hamilton city officials and police for their cooperation in blocking off traffic to allow filming.
“They’ve given us a downtown bridge for the day and we are shooting other scenes around the city,” he said.