One exciting aspect of the film is that it will be shot in Kane County, Utah, one of the most famous Western locations in the history of the cinema. When legendry filmmaker John Ford left Los Angeles to begin making Westerns, the first place he ventured was Kane County with films such as “Drums Along the Mohawk” (1939) and “Stagecoach” (1939). Recently, the Kane County Office of Tourism and Film Commission chose The Attic Door for a production grant allowing us to shoot this film in such a legendary location.
In the beginning of March, the ATTIC team journeyed to Utah to begin initial scouting. What we found was better than we could of ever imagined.