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Sunday, 12:30-2:30pm
Yukon Emerging Artists Screening (Free)

Also screening in this program are the winners from LIGHTS! CAMERA! ACTION!, the Yukon Workplace Safety Student Video Competition.


Sun

KATE Crocker, Dawson City, 2009, animation, 1m
The sun gets her wish. (Yukon Youth) DIRECTOR IN ATTENDANCE


Ethan

Werner Walcher, Canada, 2008, documentary, 4m
A portrait of Ethan, from Indian River. Part of CBC’s Kids Across Canada series. DIRECTOR IN ATTENDANCE


Builder vs. Shark

Sam Crocker, Dawson City, 2009, animation, 2m
A hard working builder is pestered by an opera singing shark.
(Yukon Youth) DIRECTOR IN ATTENDANCE


Topographies and Tales

Joyce Majiski & Alice Angus, Whitehorse, 2008, 15m
Using music, oral recordings, drawing, animation and storytelling, this film playfully unearths local and personal stories, memories and myths against a picture of how our concepts of space and environment are shaped by ideas of belonging and home.


Killer Owl

Tantalus School, Carmacks, 2008, animation, 3m
Claymation of a Northern Tutchone story. (Yukon Youth)
DIRECTOR IN ATTENDANCE


Abandonment

Jessie Curell, Dawson City, 2008, thriller, 6m
Two young women are drawn into an abandoned warehouse, only to find a mysterious and terrifying situation unravel.
DIRECTOR IN ATTENDANCE


Writer’s Block
Andrew Sharp, Whitehorse, 2008, animation, 2m
An animated film about a newly created blue man, who is being walked through numerous conflicts in the effort to find a good story.


No Fixed Address

Naomi Mark, Whitehorse, 2008, documentary, 4m
A portrait of a young girl’s exposure to life on the move in Yukon Territory.


Fat Cat

Kate Crocker, Dawson City, 2009, experimental, 2m
A fat cat tries to find exercise during a cold Dawson winter. (Yukon Youth) DIRECTOR IN ATTENDANCE


Going Back to Fort George Island

Marie-Andrée Fortier, Whitehorse, 2008, documentary, 21m
The memories of people who once lived on Fort George Island, relocated in 1981 in the wake of Hydro-Québec’s mega-dam projects. DIRECTOR IN ATTENDANCE


Nuclear Isolation

Stuart & Brian Leary, Madelaine Caws, Dawson City, 2008, thriller, 3m
The aftermath of a nuclear explosion in Dawson City. (Yukon Youth) DIRECTORS IN ATTENDANCE


Dinji Shik Trat Tat Gwich’ii

(Man Who Always Lives in the Bush)
Mary Jane Moses, Old Crow, 2008, documentary, 5m
A man who still continues his traditions each year, spring to fall, spending his time on the land, close to nature, sharing his traditional knowledge and skills with anyone who wants to learn the Gwich’in way of life. DIRECTOR IN ATTENDANCE


Zee Skydive

Emile Bouffard & Luke Holland, Dawson City, 2009, animation, 1m
An animated portrait of a skydive. (Yukon Youth)
DIRECTORS IN ATTENDANCE


Dawson Sole

Suzanne Crocker, Dawson City, 2008, experimental, 3m
A ground level perspective of Dawson — where everyone
is unique, but yet the same. DIRECTOR IN ATTENDANCE


The Little Prince

Jessie Curell & Fred Osson, Dawson City, 2009, animation, 3m
A very loose adaptation of Le petit prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry. Prince finds his planet crowded by a new arrival, leaves, and visits
the Earth, has an existential crisis, then goes back home.
DIRECTORS IN ATTENDANCE


Dreams

Wren Hookey, Whitehorse, 2008, drama, 7m
A year after her twin sister’s death in a car accident, Aurora, who has been drifting away from her dreams, receives guidance and closure from the spirit of her twin. DIRECTOR & ACTRESS IN ATTENDANCE


Craw Kraw Craw

Stanley Grafton Njootli, Old Crow, 2008, animation, 1m
Teaching my son Gwich’in language. DIRECTOR IN ATTENDANCE


Le vol parfait (The Perfect Theft)

(French with English subtitles), 2008, 10m
Conceptualized, written, produced, co-directed and edited by grades 7/8 Enriched French (EFPP) at Robert Service School, Dawson City.
Co-director: Marie-Eve Owen, original music by Alicyn Hunter.

A colourful gang of charismatic robbers reunites after prison has separated them for a year. In a twisted turn of events, the thieves manage to cause some collateral damage, trick the police and even trick each other in a whirlwind of confusion and comedy.
DIRECTORS IN ATTENDANCE


Little Brown Bat

Peter Menzies, Dawson City, 2009, animation, 4m
Animation based on a song published by Steve Slade and North Klondike Highway Music Society’s “Learn by Heart” CD. DIRECTOR IN ATTENDANCE


Sock Hop

Suzanne Crocker, Dawson City, 2009, animation, 2m
The answer to the mystery of the missing socks.
DIRECTOR IN ATTENDANCE


Painting Red Square

Max Fraser, Whitehorse, 2008, documentary, 5m
Homeless beer drinkers in Whitehorse find a welcoming watering-hole and make it their own.The legend of where the labour-left gathers on Fridays after work. DIRECTOR IN ATTENDANCE


Game Over

Marie-Ève Julien, Dawson City, 2009, animation, 1m
There are words from the powerful, bullets from those who shoot, and the rescue of the roosters... DIRECTOR IN ATTENDANCE


Chum
Dawson City, 2008, comedy, 9m
Maureen Abbott, Simon Crelli, Suzanne Crocker,
JP Hawkins, Remo Mayer, Wendy Perry.

Boh, a lonely man, has only one true chum. That is, until Rosie
comes along. DIRECTORS IN ATTENDANCE


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