Journeys to Adäka

Journeys to Adäka is the story of seven indigenous artists in Canada’s Yukon who turn to celebration and ceremony to push back a legacy of systemic hurt and racism, becoming cultural giants and leaders in the process. This one-hour documentary follows its subjects as they prepare for the Adäka Cultural Festival in Whitehorse, Yukon, inviting viewers into carving sheds, kitchens and…

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Aurora Love

Aurora Love premiered in November 2019 at the Yellowknife International Film Festival in the community where it was filmed. Follow our Facebook page for news and upcoming screenings. Part romance, part adventure and part spiritual quest, Aurora Love tells the story of two Japanese couples who travel to Yellowknife, NWT in search of the northern lights. Aurora Love is…

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Voices Across the Water

Alaskan Tlingit Wayne Price and Yukon francophone Halin de Repentigny are among the last canoe builders. At a glance, these two men lead very different lives but they are connected as practitioners of the disappearing art of traditional canoe construction. Both are also visual artists of significant repute, with their life’s work rooted in the…

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Under the Aurora

Under the Aurora shares stories of struggle, survival and dreams from the circumpolar north, a place where everyone is searching for light in a dark world. The film takes us around Earth’s magnetic oval, across a darkening Arctic where fleeting blasts of auroral light punctuate the long winter nights. We witness the personal struggles of…

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