Films from North of 64°

Filmmakers, producers and stories from the far-north of the territory.

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 Brain Clever

Brain Clever

Opposites collide in perfect union, brought together by the innocuous "Hand-Pressing Flashlight."

Still from Dawson Town Melted Down

Dawson Town Melted Down

Why did I move to the Yukon? "My heart, melted down in this frozen town."

Still from Degrees North

Degrees North

A south to north journey across the latitudes of Canada.

Still from Drift / La Derive

Drift / La Derive

A humble character, adrift in the little boat, endlessly dreams their surroundings to life.

Still from Field Notes

Field Notes

Three years’ worth of daily video clips compressed into three minutes; looking south from a cabin.

Still from Ghosts of the Joe Henry

Ghosts of the Joe Henry

The meeting of a man made entity and some of the most isolated landscapes on the planet.

Still from Gold River

Gold River

A rapid fire mash-up of the sights and sounds of the mythical and literal landscapes of Dawson City, Yukon.

Still from Lapse


A jumble of dusty objects coalesce to cast a collective shadow - but it jumps to its own conclusions.

Still from My Indian Bum

My Indian Bum

A humorous examination of how we all sometimes fall victim to racial prejudice. Film by Tr'ondek Hwech'in filmmaker, Kerry Barber.

Still from Pianolio


Two northern women take up the gloves to settle a romantic conflict.

Still from Pictures Don’t Lie

Pictures Don’t Lie

Illuminated with family photographs, JJ Van Bibber tells the story of his life in the Yukon Territory.

Still from Pond


64°N... 12 months... Canada... Yukon... A Pond

Still from The Vast Forlorn

The Vast Forlorn

A young drifter joins a miner's union and finds out what it really means to pay your dues.

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