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EDUCATION: Training Alaskans for the Film Industry

One major challenge to the Alaska emerging film industry is getting enough people trained to fill these sporadic positions while not glutting the market with too many trainees and not enough year-round jobs to keep them employed in the industry. Dave Worrell, head of the Alaska Film Office, emphasizes that the state’s economic big picture includes “a mature, sustainable film and television production sector” that provides “good-paying jobs and can help keep creative Alaskans here, instead of having to leave the state to pursue their career goals.”

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