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Nova Scotia To Become Utah In CBS Elizabeth Smart Story!

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#1 OFFLINE   QualityIsJobOne



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Posted 08 November 2003 - 05:11 PM

Here ya go http://deseretnews.c...5033678,00.html

HALIFAX, Nova Scotia — Filmmakers for "The Elizabeth Smart Story" say you can blame Canada. More specifically you can blame the Canadian dollar.
Patricia Clifford, executive producer for the Elizabeth Smart movie, said the decision to film in the Halifax region instead of Salt Lake City was all about budget.

.......not having any mountains to shoot has been a bit of a challenge. But she said all the scenes that relate to the foothills, such as Elizabeth's alleged abductors' campsite in Dry Creek Canyon, were shot close up so viewers wouldn't see majestic mountains even if that's where the scene was shot.
Nevertheless, she said, the movie's biggest critics may come from the Beehive State.
"I think it will be hard for people in Salt Lake to accept," Clifford said of the houses and the scenery not being exactly as Utahns remember it from local news coverage

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