Eating Alaska [videorecording]
- English. Closed-captioned in English.
- [Harriman, NY] : New Day Films, 
- Physical description
- 1 videodisc (56:15 min.) : sd., color with b&w sequences ; 4 3/4 in.
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- Unknown ZDVD 24226
- "What happens to a vegetarian who moves to the Alaskan Frontier? Eating Alaska is a serious and humorous film about connecting to where you live and eating locally. Made by a former city dweller now living on an island in Alaska and married to [a]fisherman, deer hunter and environmental activist, it is a journey into food politics, regional food traditions, our connection to the wilderness and to what we put into our mouths." -- www.eatingalaska.com
- Local foods > Moral and ethical aspects > Alaska.
- Food > Moral and ethical aspects > Alaska.
- Natural foods > Alaska.
- Sustainable living > Alaska.
- Sustainable agriculture > Alaska.
- Food industry and trade > Moral and ethical aspects > Alaska.
- Publication date
- Frankenstein Productions ; made in association with KTOO ; director, producer & editor, Ellen Frankenstein ; co-producer and story consultant, Shirley Thompson.
- Originally produced in 2008.
- Production Credits
- Camera, Ellen Frankenstein, Hannah Guggenheim ; food artist, Colette Nelson ; editing and writing advisors, Doug Blush, Hannah Guggenheim, Charlie Pearson, Spencer Severson, Theresa Tavel ; online editor, Theresa Tavel ; original music, Tom Disher ; narrator, Ellen Frankenstein.
- Not rated.
- DVD-R ; NTSC.