Crew, Support Service and Talent Listings
Our listings for Alaska Talent, Crew and Support Service Providers is a searchable online database.
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The Alaska Film Production Promotion Program has chosen Reel-Scout as our system provider for Film Crew, Support Services and Talent listings.
Crew, Talent and Support Service Provider Listings are provided for the benefit of production companies thinking about filming in Alaska and for Alaska individuals and companies to promote themselves. Consistent with state ethics guidelines and statutes, this does not constitute or imply an endorsement or recommendation by the State of Alaska.
To list yourself or your business please click "Register Now" on ReelScout's listings landing page. Information on using the system is located on our "Creating Listings" page.
Using our Crew, Support Services and Talent system
The Alaska Film Production Promotion Program has chosen Reel-Scout as our solution provider for Film Crew and Support Services listings as well as our locations database. The Locations db will be addressed in another FAQ.
Below is a quick summary of using the crew and service provider module of Reel-Scout. The system is very intuitive and easy to use, but if you have questions please start here. If this FAQ doesn't answer your questions, please contact the Alaska Film Production Promotion Program.
Please Note: Reel-Scout is a contractor, when using the Alaska Film Production Promotion Program Reel-Scout system, you are no longer on a State of Alaska web server, you are on a commercial service provider's website.
This is Alaska's Reel-Scout Crew and Service Listings landing page. From here you have a few main options:
- return to the Alaska Film Production Promotion Program website on the State's servers.
- go to the Crew or Service Provider "search" pages to see our listings.
- login as an existing Crew or Service Provider account holder.
- register to create a Crew or Service Provider account.
First, all the menu options on the top of the web page take you back to the Official Alaska Film Production Promotion Program Website.
The Second option, clicking one of the "Search" buttons takes you to the appropriate search page.
The Third option, logs you in to an existing account, and is explained in later in this document.
Please take the time to explore the Crew, Support Service and Talent listings search system. A few things to note:
- The main search can be made on "free text" a name, company, special skill, keyword etc. It can also key on one of Alaska's 5 main regions. Finally it allows selection of multiple industry standard categories.
- Not making any initial selection returns the entire list sorted by category.
- Once the basic search has opened, options to refine the search appear on the left - refine by keyword, region, county, city and/or affiliation.
- Clicking on a name opens a print-friendly look at the entire public listing.
- Each listing type (Crew, Support Service and Talent) is stored separately and have to be searched separately.
Login to Reel-Scout to edit your Crew, Support Services Provider or Talent listing.
There is a second version of the login page that looks like this: (both work the same)
Clicking on "Register Now" takes you to the registration page for new listing accounts.
- You will have to choose your listing type (crew, support service or talent) and create your login id and password. For more information, choose our Creating Listings page
Under Statute, the AFPPP is charged with certifying Alaska film production internship training programs and promoting the employment of program interns by eligible productions. In addition, the AFPPP works cooperatively with the Alaska Department of Labor & Workforce Development - Workforce Investment Board on the implementation of the Alaska Crew and Cast Advancement Program (AKCCAP).
AKCCAP: The Alaska Workforce Investment Board (AWIB) received legislative funding to provide a "jump-start" for film and television production training programs. AKCCAP consists of a 2-stage program: the first stage provided grants to training providers to develop programs; the second stage will provide Individual Training Accounts (ITAs) to Alaskans to help pay for training.
In March of 2012, six providers received program development grants: Talking Circle Media; Alaska Crew Training, Inc. (2 programs); IATSE Local 918; Affinityfilms, Inc.; KPU Telecommunications; and the University of Alaska Fairbanks - Film Program.
Beginning in June 2012, individuals can submit applications for ITAs. Funding for ITAs is limited and will be provided on a first-come, first served basis until the entire $227,000 available is obligated.
The ITAs will be administered through the Alaska Job Center Network - Career Support and Training Services (CSTS). Individuals interested in receiving funding for film training must complete a one page application. Visit your closest job center to apply or contact these CSTS specialists:
• Muldoon Job Center (Anchorage), Lena Mathlaw – 269-4733
• YK Delta Job Center (Bethel), Kimberly Weston-Smith – 543-1601
• Juneau Job Center, Danny Lakip – 465-5930
• Peninsula Job Center (Kenai), Carolyn Vanzant – 283-2922
• Fairbanks Job Center, Missy Lizotte – 451-2891
Funds may cover up to $500 in tuition and $1,000 for transportation and lodging for Alaskans who successfully complete training. Funding will be available on a first-come basis until the entire $227,000 available is obligated. Please click here for more information on how to receive funding.
Training Program Certification: Training Program providers may request certification from the Alaska Film Production Promotion Program. Please contact us for details and forms.
Contact the Alaska Film Production Promotion Program: Call (907) 269-8190 or e-mail AlaskaFilm@alaska.gov