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Earth Day 2021

Earth Day is just around the corner! To celebrate, we've compiled our favourite environmental or outdoor-focused films by Yukon filmmakers. 

All the Time in The World is an inspiring documentary that explores what it means to disconnect when a family of five spends the winter living off-grid in the Canadian North.

Camera Trap is an intimate portrait of a wilderness photographer and his quest to document the Porcupine caribou herd and, ultimately, capture an image that will inspire others to protect it.

SHIFT tells the story of a group of indigenous youth in Carcross, Yukon, who converted trails around their community into a world-class mountain biking destination.

Memory Trap chronicles the extraordinary story of survival and how traditional knowledge and science saved a caribou herd in northern Yukon and Alaska from near extinction.

Still from All the Time in the World

All the Time in the World

A family spend the winter living in a small cabin with no road access, no electricity, no running water, no internet and not a single clock or watch.

Still from Camera Trap

Camera Trap

Camera Trap, is an intimate portrait about aspiring wilderness photographer Peter Mather and the lengths he will go to capture the one perfect shot to tell the story of the Porcupine Caribou herd and the greatest land migration on earth.

Still from Memory Trap: The Herd That Wouldn’t Disappear

Memory Trap: The Herd That Wouldn’t Disappear

The amazing story of the Forty Mile Caribou Herd and how traditional knowledge and science saved the herd from near extinction.

Still from SHIFT

SHIFT

A half hour documentary about a group of Indigenous youth who spent 10 years converting traditional trails around their hometown of Carcross, Yukon, into a world-class mountain biking destination.

Funding for Available Light on Demand provided by

Canada Council for the ArtsGovernment of Yukon

A partnership of

Yukon Film SocietyKIAC