Saturday, February 19, 2011
Long a bit player in the entertainment world, the 49th state increasingly is sought out by TV and film producers for its unmatchable lure of spectacular beauty and peril, of wild adventures and dangerous jobs.
And they're actually shooting in the nation's largest and most remote state instead of other locations altered to portray Alaska, as multiple projects have done.
Alaska's new film production tax credit program has only amped up the state's evolving Q quotient, attracting several dozen projects since it was approved by lawmakers in 2008.
Posted by Voyage Adviser at 10:40 AM