Film & TV

Noah Brown goes on a date. Billy Brown, patriarch, pioneer and now entrepreneur, decides to buy a 60-foot boat. 

Emily Fehrenbacher
While Bear’s potential TV wife flees, the oldest Brown brothers go hunting. Emily Fehrenbacher
Gov. Bill Walker has signed legislation ending a state subsidy program for the film industry, even while proclaiming his support for the motion picture business in Alaska.Pat Forgey
The "Alaskan Bush People" boys are shopping for wives and have called in a matchmaker in the most overly produced episode of the series to date.Emily Fehrenbacher
“Alaskan Bush People,” Discovery Channel's improbable saga of a bizarre Last Frontier family, is back and just as confusing and downright strange as ever. Emily Fehrenbacher
Preserving history, preserving food and more. Mike Dunham
 An evening of films by Alaskans will take place Friday and Saturday, June 19-20, with offerings that range from romantic comedy and animation to CGI-enhanced Vikings fighting Space Orcs.Mike Dunham
The Bear Tooth Theatrepub will host “A Night at the Empress,” an early-day Anchorage theater night, reprising a typical program of yesteryear featuring silent films, live dancers and a taste of vaudeville.Mike Dunham
Juneau-based Alaska Robotics and musicians Molly Lewis, Marian Call, and Seth Boyer teamed up to create a parody of David Bowie's 1969 song "Space Oddity" with a twist. David Bowie's website picked up the parody days later, and the video is steadily racking up views. Laurel Andrews
It’s summertime, which means new programming on the cable channels. "Alaska's Ultimate Bush Pilots" and "The Last Alaskans" are two. Emily Fehrenbacher