Yukon Films Online!

Available Light On Demand (ALD) is the curated home of outstanding and award-winning works by Yukon filmmakers. The Yukon Film Society and Klondike Institute of Art and Culture launched this new digital streaming service and website to bring Yukon films to Canadians and the world. Short films are available to watch for free, with rental and purchase options available for longer films.

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Join a Watch Party!

NCFD is REEL CANADA’s annual one-day celebration of Canadian film, through screenings, events, panel discussions, and conversations (both on and offline) across the country. It’s about encouraging all Canadians to celebrate the incredible achievements of our nation’s filmmakers.

It’s not very Canadian of us to admit it, but we’re proud of our nation (and our cinematic accomplishments) and we want to toot our own horns a bit. Sorry (not sorry)!

On April 22, many of our longtime NCFD screening partners across the country will be hosting online watch parties, large and small, in their local communities.

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KIAC’s Response to COVID-19

April 1st, 2020

The Klondike Institute of Art & Culture plays an important role not only as a pillar of the Yukon arts and culture sector, but also as a community gathering place. Such a responsibility necessitates that we prioritize protecting and supporting our visitors, staff, volunteers and greater community. Due to the evolving nature of the COVID-19 pandemic and as per the continued recommendations of the Yukon Chief Medical Officer of Health, KIAC will support the health and wellness of our community in the following ways:

Effective 5:00pm Tuesday March 17th

All current KIAC programs/presentations are suspended until further notice;
All future programming/presentations are subject to review (see below list for upcoming special events);
KIAC building will be closed to the public until further notice.

Special Events

Youth Art Enrichment 2020: cancelled
Dawson City International Film Festival: postponed until Fall 2020
Print & Publishing Festival: postponed until late Summer

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