All The Time in the World
Suzanne Crocker ALFF Audience Choice Award - Best Canadian Documentary 2015
During the end of 2014 and into the Spring of 2015 YFS Production member Suzanne Crocker's film All the Time in the World journeyed through Western Canada and California. The film was one of the 15 films selected for the Telefilm Canada Micro-Budget Production Program, a process Crocker began at the Yukon Film and Sound Commission and YFS' Media Industry Forum a few years back.
Crocker and her film returned home to the Yukon to the Available Light Film Festival in February 2015 and to the Dawson City International Short Film Festival in April 2015. Screening at most Western Canadian Film Festivals and the Wild and Scenic Film Festival in Nevada City, CA audiences were most taken with Suzanne and her family's Northern humility; searching for a new perspective on the world that sometimes consumes the time Suzanne and her family have together they headed out into the bush to live for 9 months. After receiving multiple accolades and audience choice awards Crocker was anxious but nervous to return home to the Yukon with her film. The Yukon welcomed her home with voting her film the ALFF 2015 Audience Choice Award for Best Canadian Documentary and a special screening of All the Time in the World in her home town Dawson City at their International Short Film Festival. Among these two honours the film has also won the following awards:
#1 Top Film - Audience Choice - Salt Spring Documentary Film Festival - March 6-8, 2015
Best of - Audience Choice - Wakefield International Film Festival, PQ February – March 2015
People's Choice Award - Kingston Canadian Film Festival Kingston, ON February 27 – March 1, 2015
Audience Choice Award Best Feature Film - Victoria Film Festival, Victoria, BC February 6-15, 201
Audience Choice - Best Canadian Documentary - Available Light Film Festival Whitehorse, Yukon February 6-15, 2015
Best of the Festival - Wild and Scenic Film Festival January 15-18, 2015 Nevada City, California
Audience Choice Award for Most Popular Canadian Documentary - Vancouver International Film Festival 2014
Video works by David Curtis. 5 gallery projections. Co-presented with the Yukon Arts Centre Gallery. March 12 to 17, 2013 David Curtis lives and works in Dawson City Yukon. His video work employs art historical references to explore issues regarding the environment, socio-economic histories, capitalist culture and narratives of identity within the contemporary Canadian context.
Jordy Walker, Aud Fischer , Kim Beggs, Carol-Ann Gingras, Sally Wright, Wyatt Raymond, Sylvie Painchaud, Ruth Borgfjord, Julie Robinson, Paula Pawlovich, Lorraine Purvin-Good,Teresa Earle, Gerry Quarton, Nathan Bragg
The Yukon Film Society and National Film Board’s Pacific & Yukon Centre have teamed up to co-produce Yukon Voices, an intensive filmmaking workshop that took place March 12th to 16th 2012 at Sundog Retreat. This workshop was designed for emerging filmmakers to gain understanding of the filmmaking process. 13 participants attended the workshop at Sundog Carving. Facilitators included Filmmakers Dennis Allen, Lisa Jackson and Chris Rodgers, NFB team Tracey Friesen and Jennifer Roworth, Editors Carmen Pollard, Jessica Hall, Dean Williams, Sound artist Jordy Walker and YFS team Stephanie Chevalier, Jayden Soroka and Andrew Connors. Films created: Norma McBean by Kim Beggs and Carol-Ann Gingras Living Small in a Big Land by Sally Wright, Aud Fisher and Wyatt Raymond Joe's Dream by Sylvie Painchaud and Ruth Borgfjord Grace and Beauty by Julie Robinson, Paula Pawlovich and Lorraine Purvin-Good What it all Boils Down To by Teresa Earle, Gerry Quarton and Nathan Bragg The films were presented at Dawson City International Film Festival and Local Light Cinema Night in May 2012. One of the Films, Grace and Beauty, toured the communities as part of the "Best of Dawson" screenings.
Picturing the Yukon 2008
Richard Lawrence, Mary Code, Carol Geddes, Kerry Barber, Werner Walcher, Paul Henderson & Mike Yuhasz, Lulu Keating, Andrew Connors, Jay White
The Yukon Film Society programed and presented an annual tour of Yukon-made film and media art, the Picturing The Yukon series, to many Yukon communities during the summers 2003 to 2008. This lead to an anthology DVD of Yukon films that have screened at some point in the five-year history of PTY. Programmer of the Dawson City International Short Film Festival, Dan Sokolowski, curated the collection. The DVD was sent to subscribers of Geist Magazine in the spring of 2008. You'll find film clips, trailers and artist biography information on the website below.
DISTANT EARLY WARNING: DEW Line exhibitions
Charles Stankievech, Joanne Jackson Johnson, David Neufeld
March 26 – April 6, 2011 Old Fire Hall, Whitehorse, Yukon DISTANT EARLY WARNING: Two exhibits that include media art, sculpture, photographs and artifacts in an exploration of architecture, communication, development and colonization of the North, and life at a remote military outpost in the Arctic. The DEW Project by Charles Stankievech Sculpture, video and audio collage Welcome to BAR-1: The DEW Line in Northern Yukon by Joanne Jackson Johnson and David Neufeld Photographs and artifacts Friday, March 25, 5pm – 8pm Opening Reception, artist talk and film screening Under the Rainbow: Artist Talk by Dawson City-based, Charles Stankievech Thursday, March 31, 7pm The DEW Line and Modernism in the Arctic A talk by Parks Canada’s Yukon and Western Arctic historian, David Neufeld. Support for this project was generously provided by Canada Council for the Arts, Yukon Arts Operating Funding and Yukon Lotteries.
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