How often do you tell people how great it is to live in Idaho? I know I'm guilty of that, and the next time someone questions why Idaho is so great, I'll say 'take a look at this fantastic documentary making its debut this week.'
It’s called Idaho, the Movie.
There is an awesome group of people behind this flick.
The Emmy Award winning team at Wide Eye Productions created this film and I believe it was truly a labor of love for owners Tom Hadzor and Jennifer Isenhart. They are former KTVB staffers who have always brought out the best in pictures, sound and story telling and their newest movie raises the bar in so many ways.
They’ve captured high definition pictures of every season over the past eight years of some of Idaho’s greatest assets: The Sawtooths, Shoshone Falls, and the Tetons to name just a few.
They hired one of Idaho’s most well known columnist Tim Woodward to help enhance the film.
To buy “Idaho, the Movie” go this website: www.idahothemovie.com
To watch it on TV, here is the schedule:
KTVB/KTFT in Boise and Twin Falls will bring you the initial TV showing on Friday, Nov. 30th at 8 p.m.
Idaho’s Very Own 24/7 will air the movie Sunday, Dec. 2nd at 8 p.m.; Monday Dec. 3rd at 10 a.m., and Tuesday Dec. 4th at 1 p.m.