Alaska’s Film Incentive Program: The Stuff That Dreams Are Made Of

Affinityfilms Inc. shooting in Barrow airport as elder sings to child.

The legislature came up with an incentive program to bring filmmakers North to make their next Blockbuster. What has that money bought us? What has it meant to Alaskans with and without film connections? How does the average Alaskan become a carpenter or an extra? And have you had your picture taken with John Voight yet?



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HOST: Peter Dunlap-Shohl


  • Mary Roseanne Katzke, leading Alaska Documentary film maker; founder, Affinityfilms, Inc.
  • Dave Worrell, Manager, State of Alaska Film Office

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