ALFF News

Dec. 7

ALFF 2013 FIVE FILM Pass on sale now

Available Light Film Festival 2013
Feb 4 - 10, Yukon Arts Centre
Presented by Yukon Film Society and Yukon Energy.

Five Film Pass: $50 (includes $2 Box Office fee)
On sale at Arts Underground and Yukon Arts Centre box office.
ONLINE: yukontickets.com
Full festival schedule available and individual tickets on sale: January 11, 2013. 

The ALMOST COMPLETE list of films at ALFF 2013:

Midnight’s Children                            (Deepa Mehta - Canada/India)
The People of the Kattawapiskak River (Alanis Obomsawin examines the history and causes of a housing crisis)
Bobcaygeon                                    (Tragically Hip concert in the town by the same name)
Winter Nomads                    (Verite doc follows 2 herders + 800 sheep over 4 months of grazing in Swiss Alps)
Vanishing Point                    (Beautiful journey of a Greenlandic Inuit elder who has ancestors on South Baffin)
Lost and Found                 (Lovely UK animation about a boy and penguin who travel to Antarctica)
The End of Time                              (Peter Mettler, Ontario/Switzerland)
My Father and the Man in Black      (British Columbia - Yukon guest attending)
Lucille’s Ball                                  (new feature fiction by Dawson City’s Lulu Keating)
Holy Motors                                      (France/Germany - cinematic fever dream)
Cold Paradise                                   (Yukon - directed by Werner Walcher)
The World Before Her                       (Canada/ India - winner of audience award at Hot Docs 2012)
Neil Young Journeys                        (Jonathon Demme- A roadtrip from Omemee ON to Massey Hall with NY)
Stories We Tell                               (Sarah Polley’s doc about a family story and each person’s recollection of it)
The Land of the Chartreuse Moose  (Yukon painter, Ted Harrison biopic)
Inch’Allah                                     (Middle East drama from the producers of ‘Incendies’)
The Angel’s Share                        (Ken Loach drama from Scotland)
Tundra Book                              (From Chukchi Region of Russia)
Detropia                                         (Life grows from the urban decay of Motor City - beautiful and haunting)
The Fruit Hunters              (Biodiversity and rare fruit fuel this gorgeous doc by the director of ‘Up the Yangtze’)
Kivalina v. Exxon                           (An Alaskan village is suing Exxon for its part in global warming)
Rust and Bone                            (powerful melodrama from France)
Survival Prayer                               (traditional life on Haidi Gwaii)
Italy: Love it or Leave it                 (An Italian couple have to decide to stay or move to Berlin)
Bear 71 (live performance)        (Story of the short life of a grizzly bear in Banff National Park)
Picturing the Yukon               (Recent outstanding short works by Yukon filmmakers and artists) 

                   

ALFF Sponsors

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