Alaska: Spirit of the Wild
|Alaska: Spirit of the Wild|
|Directed by||George Casey|
|Written by||Mose Richards|
|Narrated by||Charlton Heston|
|Distributed by||Houston Museum of Natural Science|
Alaskan wildlife featured in the film include moose, bears, seals, wolves, caribou, and whales, while narrator Heston provides background information. The film was produced by the same IMAX filmmaking team that created Africa: The Serengeti. Similar shots of vast landscapes, which are particularly well suited for IMAX's large screen theaters, and entertaining wildlife footage is featured. Aerial photography and underwater photography techniques are utilized throughout the production.
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