Deep in the Wilds of IdahoNovember 7th, 2016 By Jennifer Isenhart Documentary Production, Field Production | No Comments
Photographer Greg Sims brought our crews along on an journey deep into the wilds of Idaho. An adventure motorcyclist, Sims explores the Magruder Corridor for a segment that appears in Idaho the Movie 2, a documentary film about Idaho’s wild places. The 101 mile long primitive road cuts between two of Idaho’s largest wilderness areas: The Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness and the Selway Bitterroot Wilderness in North Central Idaho.
Greg Sims says getting out in nature feeds his creativity, “If you’re truly awake and truly look there’s so much amazement around and Idaho is endless.”
The film, “Idaho the Movie 2” premieres Tuesday, November 15th at the Egyptian Theatre in Boise. The one night only showing is presented by The Nature Conservancy and the Hardy Foundation. Tickets are FREE but online registration is required. Sims has generously donated his photograph, “Burnt Knob Lookout” taken during filming of Idaho the Movie 2. A $5.00 ticket buys your chance to take home Sims photograph or many other prizes that will be raffled off that night. All proceeds will go toward conservation efforts in Idaho.
And if you can’t make the Egyptian Premiere, don’t worry. Idaho the Movie 2 will broadcast on KTVB/KTFT in Boise and Twin Falls on November 25th, the Friday after Thanksgiving at 7pm. Airdates across the NW will follow. Visit idahothemovie.com for more information.
BluRays and DVDs go on sale the very next day, Saturday, November 26ths at all Idaho Costco and Albertsons stores, Idaho Mountain Touring in Boise and Meridian and at www.idahothemovie.com.
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