Looking for a a group of films that embrace the outdoors through various sports, activities, and lifestyles? The Yukon is a territory full of experiences in the wild, from mountain biking, wilderness photography, off-the-grid living, canoeing, and much more. Filmmakers from across the territory and the Canadian North are inspired by the land and ther connection to it.
This is where the pavement ends.
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.
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.
An exploration of grief and life told through a 9,000 km canoe journey to raise awareness about mental health.
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.
Through stop-motion animation, live footage and text, the wild of the Yukon is personified as an older, wiser lover, coaxing viewers to come live in her extremes and let go of things they thought they once needed.