Sugar Mountain crew packs out

Sugar Mountain's Jaime Hogue shows us some of the things the production crew is getting rid of before they leave for warmer climes. Heidi Zemach photo.

Yellow Brick Films producer Jaime Houge shows us some of the things the production crew is getting rid of before they leave for warmer climes. Heidi Zemach photo.



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Most of the production crew of “Sugar Mountain” are leaving Seward today Monday April 28 after more than six weeks of filming their dramatic independent movie here. On Sunday they held a garage sale outside Sea Treasures Inn, where some of them have stayed. They sold their Alaskan props: warm hats, coats, X-tra Tuffs, and things used during the production like a water cooler, snacks, printers, binders and notepads. It gave the locals who participated a final chance to say goodbye. The movie will be out at about this time next year, according to Producer Jaime Houge, pictured above. The filming brought some paid jobs, some volunteer jobs, and quite a bit of related business to Seward during the off-season, and is expected to bring more visibility to those who see it about the scenery and some of the places around here.

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