BOISE -- We think you'll want to watch this film again and again.
Idaho, the Movie airs on Friday, and promises to showcase the Gem State like it's never been seen before.
That's because Idaho's most famous natural scenery, beautiful animals, quizzical characters, and notable landmarks will be shown in high definition on KTVB.
The film's writer / narrator Tim Woodward is a seasoned journalist who's roved the state for the past 40 years writing weekly columns for the Idaho Statesman.
Woodward's documentary offers a one-hour tour de force of Idaho, featuring its well known and hidden treasures.
Here's a quick list of the places Idaho, the Movie spotlights:
- Stanley, Idaho and the Sawtooth Mountains
- The Bruneau Dunes
- Lake Pend Oreille
- Shoshone Falls
- Craters of the Moon
- Henry's Fork and Mesa Falls
What's more, the film's production crew also brings a wealth of experience to the project. Tom Hadzor and Jennifer Isenhart of Wide Eye Productions are both former KTVB photojournalists. Both work with some of the most advanced filmmaking equipment used today.
That equipment includes a 4K Red Epic Camera, that shoots in double the resolution of standard high definition. The team also used lightweight digital SLR cameras when traveling to more remote locations. The result is a HD Planet Earth experience, according to the film's website.
The best part? You can get this experience for FREE on KTVB 7.1 and Idaho's Very Own 24/7.
KTVB/KTFT (7.1), Boise & Twin Falls, ID
Friday, November 30th at 8 p.m.
24/7 (7.2), Boise & Twin Falls, ID
Sunday December 2nd, 8-9 p.m.; Monday December 3rd, 10-11 a.m.; Tuesday December 4th, 1-2 p.m.
KIDK, Idaho Falls, ID & Jackson, WY
Saturday, December 1st at 6 p.m.
KXPI, Pocatello, ID
Sunday, December 2nd at 12 p.m.
NOW Channel, Pocatello/Idaho Falls, ID & Jackson, WY
Sunday, December 2nd at 7 p.m.
KREM, Spokane, WA & Northern ID
Friday, December 14th at 10 p.m.
KONG, Seattle, WA
Sunday, December 2nd at 5 p.m.
Northwest Cable News, Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, Northern California and Alaska
Tuesday, December 25th at 9 a.m. and 3 p.m.
BUYING THE MOVIE
Want to purchase a copy of the film?
You can do so for $19.99 online, or simply visit Idaho Mountain Touring, Costco, and valley Albertsons locations.