Jul 142011
 
Alaska’s Bigfoot Island – Cliff’s Commentary
The Alaska shoot was interesting for several reasons. First of all, it was initially meant to a pilot episode for the series, and was the first to be shot. We started filming it in June of 2010, and were on scene for seven days. Enough footage was filmed to edit together a scratch version of what would later become a full episode of Finding Bigfoot. Animal Planet liked what they saw. They ordered a six-part series, and they wanted the Alaska shoot to be one of the episodes.

Cliff Barackman, Matt Moneymaker, Ranae Holland, Bobo,
and camera man Evan Stone on location filming Finding Bigfoot.
Fast forward to April 2011. Five full episodes of Finding Bigfoot had been filmed between February and the middle of March. The Alaska show would the the sixth. Around this time we were notified that we had to go back to Alaska to film again. So we did, and were up there during the second half of April, 2011.
Read the rest of Cliff’s commentary, and more in general about Finding Bigfoot, at www.CliffBarackman.com.  

  No Responses to “Finding Bigfoot – “Alaska’s Bigfoot Island” Commentary”

  1. I found the show very amateur. A gang of third grade dropouts could have done a better job.

  2. Anonymous 1: go to hell!

  3. I was really taken with the shows. I have seen them twice now and think Bobo is the greatest big foot there is.

  4. Why do you not track bigfoot with dogs???

  5. Can you comment on the posting on "Olympic Project Bigfoot" website that 2 Bear hunters say they shot at least 1 and maybe 2 Bigfoot type creatures and even have hair and tissue samples? The post is Sierra Shooting on their homepage.Thanks and keep on squatchin.