What Goes On Behind-The-Scenes To Film A Show In The Remote Alaskan Wilderness
The Nat Geo Channel presents a conversation with the brave crew who endured life in one of the coldest and most remote places on Earth to bring you the extraordinary show Life Below Zero. What does it take to film such an extreme show set deep in the remote, Alaskan wilderness?
This Thursday, hear from Executive Producer Joe Litzinger, Editor Michael Swingler, and Directors of Photography David Lovejoy and Benji Lanpher as they describe the challenges of daily life in this unpredictable land that is 300 miles away from the nearest town. Depending on the camp and time of year, crews and gear are transported to each shoot location via plane, boat or snow machine.
The event is hosted by Rico Gagliano. And to set the mood...frozen treats from the Coolhaus truck will be provided! To attend, RSVP here.
Thursday, August 15, 2019
KPCC's Crawford Family Forum
474 S Raymond Ave
Pasadena, CA 91105
6:15 p.m. - Coolhaus ice cream truck opens
6:45 p.m. - Wine reception begins
(RSVP to receive a drink ticket upon check-in)
7:30 p.m. - Program begins
About Life Below Zero
National Geographic's fan-favorite series Life Below Zero gives viewers chills as it captures the extreme lifestyles of tough Alaskans living off the grid. For more than 100 episodes, viewers have been captivated as individuals battle whiteout snowstorms, unpredictable frozen terrain and man-eating carnivores in one of the most isolated regions in the world. With temperatures as low as minus 40, crew members face their own unique challenges filming in the wilderness as they brave some of the world's most dangerous conditions. Since its debut in 2013, the series has received 11 Primetime Emmy® nominations — including three in 2019 — and has won three Emmys for its craft in cinematography and picture editing.
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