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Explore the 2021 program & create your must-see list

Early bird deadline: August 15, REGULAR SUBMISSIONS DEADLINE: October 15

ALFF 2022, our 20th anniversary, will be a combination of in-cinema and online screenings and events. Programming announcements will begin in October and typically roll out once a month until the festival.

ALFF Online will include 50+ features, 50+ shorts, artist talks, and events and run for an extra week to offer you 18 whole days to enjoy. All films on ALFF Online will be available for viewers in Yukon and Northwest Territories. Most of the programming will also be available across Canada.

To experience ALFF from home, all you need is the internet, a comfortable couch, and lots of snacks. Visit our How to Fest page to learn more about how you can enjoy the ALFF experience on our Eventive platform.

ALFF News

Sep. 15

YFS is hiring! Employment Opportunity: Marketing and Distribution Coordinator Yukon Film Society

Aug. 27

ALFF 2022 Festival Programming Coordinator contract - call for applicants

Jul. 2

Submissions for the 2022 Available Light Film Festival are now open!

Apr. 19

National Canadian Film Day - a massive coast-to-coast celebration of Canadian cinema comes to the Yukon

Mar. 8

Call for Applications: Made in the North Training Fund

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