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ALFF Short Works 6: Yukon Light

Friday, February 10, 2023 at 8:30 pmYukon Theatre

Local films! The Best of Yukon 48 2022!

Blur, Emily Sheff, Marie Hammje, 2022, YT, 4 MIN

Whitehorse jury award-winner of the Yukon48 Filmmaking Challenge. Content advisory for disturbing scenes.

Don't Bring Lulu, Lulu Keating, 2022, YT, 4 MIN

The invitation to the party comes with a stipulation: don't bring Lulu. However, Lulu has ideas of her own.

Snow Bear, Iantha Greer, 2022, YT, 8 MIN

In this gentle animation,  Ali’s twin sister Dea passes away, her spirit returns from the northern lights in the form of a snow bear to console Ali and her family and play an important role in the family's survival.

Please Cheese Please Me, Zach Mccann, Chelsea Jeffrey, 2022, YT, 3 MIN

Audience award-winner of the Yukon48 Filmmaking Challenge!

Hello World, Dir. J/KLYNK, 2022, YT, 4 MIN

Dawson jury award-winner of Yukon48 Filmmaking Challenge.

Tlingit Samurai, Douglas Joe, 2022, YT, 4 MIN

Haa Kusteeyí meets the katana.

Sorry Folks, Aubyn O'Grady, 2022, YT, 3 MIN

It's probably the dongle.

Ablation, Cud Eastbound, 2022, YT, 4 MIN

Don't go down there!

The Fire Dancer, Dir. Lancelot Burton, Agnieszka Pajor, 2022, YT, 3 MIN

Audrey Gallibois transforms into a fearless fire deity, delicately balancing the dangerous art of flowing fire just a hair's breadth away from what most people would consider safe.

Hiking, Florian Bosc, 2022, YT, 5 MIN

Two hikers walk on a trail in the mountains. After many kilometres, one of them injures their ankle and needs emergency help. Parental guidance advised.

Senior Year Dir Thomas Bullen, 2021, YT, 25 MIN

Senior Year is a visual album (aka a long-form music video), consisting of music by the Yukon band, Soda Pony. The six songs of the album, which embody the iconic musical style of garage rock duo Aiden Tentrees and Patrick Hamilton, guide a visual narrative which explores the many trials and tribulations of young adulthood. Youthful naiveté, awkward first dates, lessons gained and love lost, are all on the menu in this tragically humorous coming-of-age tale; with a generous side of fries. This semi-autobiographical film takes place in Canada’s beautiful Yukon Territory, and features staples of Yukon life that add layers of relatability to those who grew up in the North. Whitehorse actors Daniel Little and Julie Laliberté star as the (almost) high school sweethearts in a narrative that roams wildly between hopeful, awkward, intense, and utterly unrequited. The film, produced by Yukon filmmakers Thomas and Gabriel Bullen, was made on a shoestring budget over the course of two years, and its production benefited from the generous contributions of the many Yukoners who donated their time, vehicles, props, and locations to the project. In many ways, Senior Year is truly a film that is of, by, and for the Yukon.

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