Winter Bird

The adaptive ‘magic powers’ of three tough northern bird species equip them with brilliant strategies to survive – and thrive – in the frozen grip of Yukon winters. Over 200 bird species spend their summers in the Yukon, but in the fall, as the bitter cold sets in, all but 20 species flee south. Winter…

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Voices Across the Water

There is a moment during the construction of a canoe when its true form is revealed. A hull drops into place. The elegant arc of a bow cuts forth. A similar process sometimes occurs in life, when a person finally discovers their true path. Fritz Mueller and Teresa Earle’s feature documentary Voices Across the Water follows two…

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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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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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