All the Time in the World, Yukon, Documentary, 87 minutes
Directed by Suzanne Crocker
7pm, KIAC Ballroom, Admission by Donation
A Dawson City family leaves the comforts of home to live for 9 months in the remote wilderness of the Yukon. They spend the long northern winter living in a small cabin with no road access, no electricity, no running water, no internet and not a single watch or clock.
Director Suzanne Crocker will be in attendance and host a Q&A after the screening.
Featuring the insights for three children (aged 10, 8 and 4) All The Time In The World is an inspiring, humorous and family-friendly documentary that chronicles life’s natural unfolding when a family tries to live by the seasons instead of by the clock.
Winner of 22 Film Festival Awards from around the world.
“A magnificent film. It is an amazing idea, a remarkable family and a film with a powerful message to those of us who live busy urban lives. Anyone watching this will have to ask, what is life all about, why am I in such a hurry, what is it that gives us true happiness. Thank you for making a film that demands that we answer those questions.” David Suzuki