Yellowbrick Films on location in Seward

Yellowbrick Films has decided to set its newest production, Sugar Mountain, in the scenic, small town of Seward.

The drama thriller flick features the story of two brothers who fake a disappearance in the wilderness in order to have a great survival story to sell.

The independent film will give a boost to the town’s economy by recruiting many locals from the area to help with food, transportation, housing and extras. Of the total number of people involved in the production, at least half of them are to be residents of Seward or at least Alaska.

In addition to recruiting extra hands on set, Yellowbrick Films will also need to find RVs, trailers and other affordable accommodations for its crewmembers and actors.

People interested in applying for needed positions should look to Yellowbrick Films’ online data site.

Seward City News

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