In the far reaches of remote Alaska survival is an everyday game. Enter into the minds of outdoor TV personalities Chris and Casey Keefer as they set out to survive 30 days in Alaska’s backcountry. Each new day these brothers will pit their skills as hunters, woodsmen, and fishermen against an unforgiving and relentless landscape.
Shot in a documentary style, Dropped will bring viewers face to face with the harsh reality of only being able to eat what you can kill. A True test of mind, body, and soul. As they wind their way through over a hundred river miles of the most perilous and game rich country in the world, they will both attempt to kill; Caribou, Moose, Black Bear, and Wolf, armed only with a bow.
For the second straight year, Field & Stream has partnered with Trout Unlimited on tours of America's Best Wild Places. The Best Wild Places is a joint project and offers a unique look at some of the country's best hunting and fishing destinations, as well as the challenges these amazing places face if they are to remain intact and functional for years to come. One of their feature "places" is the Tongass National Forest. Read more.
A total of 151 Bristol Bay Native Corp. shareholders requested a free video camera to participate in the project, and video mentors traveled to eleven communities to train people on how to use the cameras. Shareholders were then asked to document their lives and feelings about the land on a single day: Saturday, Oct. 15, 2011. Check out a few of their entries below.
Featuring John Townes Van Zandt (son of legendary singer-songwriter Townes Van Zandt), Low & Clear is a fishing documentary that looks uniquely introspective on friendship and fishing. Check out Finback Films at www.finbackfilms.com.
The Aurora Borealis is a special phenomenon to Alaska and other high latitudes. This is an amazing video montage from famous landscape photographer Terje Sørgjerd. And, you gotta love "The Gladiator" soundtrack. You can see more of his work at the following links: