Director, Juneau Underground Motion Picture Society
Alaska is story rich. We’re a state full of strange tales and unthinkable adventures. The long, dark winters are conducive to editing and creative pursuits while the long summer days illuminate some of the most scenic lands in the world.
Visiting Filmmakers include: Brice Habeger and Christy NaMee Eriksen
Films in this Program
Directed by Brice Habeger
Blue-collar workers at a world-class spaceport complex make space travel possible in the unlikeliest of locales: Kodiak Island, Alaska.
Erika Thompson teaches grade school in Whittier, Alaska, a town where most people live and work in one building. Isolation …
Directed by Andrew Okpeaha Maclean
When his car breaks down on a deserted rural highway and he is picked up by a man looking for …
Directed by Sarah Betcher
1 of 6 short films in the series Tied to the Land: Voices from Northwest Alaska, which showcases ten northwestern …
Directed by Vanessa Sweet
In an animated poem to mankind that invokes current world issues, scenes transform and melt as the animator explores her …
Directed by Michael Walsh
Old-school analog technology is used to convey the movement and facial expressions of one of Alaska’s most famous artists.
Directed by Anna Hoover
A story that addresses the Bristol Bay community experiences of salmon fishery, travel by bush plane, substance abuse, and mental …
Directed by Beau Sylte
An eccentric man in Juneau, Alaska tries to get every bit of gold out of the sand.
Seven Tribal Citizen youth created a music video that illustrates their love for their culture and indigenous life in Southeast …
Directed by Pat Race
Unangan artist Gert Svarny grew up in Unalaska until she was evacuated and interned during World War II. Since then, …
Appears in: 45th Northwest Filmmakers’ Festival