About ALFF

Canada's largest film festival north of 60° is a celebration of Northern, Canadian and international cinema and takes place in the heart of winter in Whitehorse. The 18th anniversary Available Light Film Festival includes 80+ events: 40+ screenings, 4 Available Light Cabarets, 3 exhibitions, workshops and the ALFF Industry conference with filmmakers and industry delegates. Guest directors, artists and screen talent who have attended ALFF include: Alanis Obomsawin, Sandra Oh, Gavin Crawford, Tanya Tagaq, Ben Ratner, Joel Thomas Hynes, Guy Maddin, John Walker, Nettie Wild, Zacharias Kunuk, Gil Cardinal, Charles Officer, Don McKellar, Neil Diamond, Carol Geddes, Omar Majeed, Peter Wintonick, Stéphane Lafleur, Gabrielle Rose, Sherry White, Tantoo Cardinal, Alan Zweig, Naomi Sneickus, Jesse Zubot, Maureen Bradley, Charles Wilkinson, Nettie Wild, David Hamilton, Peter Raymont, Nick Brandestini, Sonia Boileau, Allan Code, Suzanne Crocker, Avi Federgreen, Daniel Janke, Raj Panikkar, Carl Bessai, Ann Marie Fleming, Daniel Cross, Julia Ivanova, Daniel MacIvor, Lulu Keating, Michelle Latimer, Amanda Strong, Jesse Wente, Shane Koyczan, Mila Aung-Thwin, Josh Epstein, Carmen Pollard, Michael Lawrenchuk, Ingrid Veninger, Melanie Wood, Chilton Crane, Alethea Arnaquq-Baril, Helen Haig-Brown, Naomi Mark, Renée Beaulieu, Milliefiore Clarkes, Richard Van Camp, Sean Devlin, Jasmin Mozafarri.

ALFF team list

Past Programs

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Yukon Film Society

212 Lambert St.
Whitehorse, YT
Y1A 1Z4

Phone
867 393 3456

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867 393 3456

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ALFF Sponsors

Sponsors Canada Council for the ArtsGovernment of YukonLotteries YukonTelefilm CanadaCanada Media FundNorthwestel Community TVSuper ChannelCity of WhitehorseAir North, Yukon's AirlineWhat's Up YukonQuébec CinémaArctic Star PrintingDirector's Guild of Canada - BCDriving ForceChinook Bookkeeping ServicesCouncil of Yukon First NationsKwanlin Dün Cultural CentreMuktuk Adventures Ltd.Music YukonWinterlong Brewing Co.Yukon, North of Ordinary