Pictures Don’t Lie

Pictures Don’t Lie

2016 | 20 minutes

Through his photographs, JJ Van Bibber tells the story of his life growing up in the Yukon. Of mixed heritage, JJ and his family sat on the fence between two cultures.

Directed by

Lulu Keating is a Dawson City-based filmmaker and writer. See her bio and filmography here.

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Filmmaker interview

Dawson City filmmaker Lulu Keating speaks about her background and the approach she took to creating her film "Pictures Don't Lie".
Video directed by Dan Sokolowski
Special thanks to Lulu Keating

Funding for Available Light on Demand provided by

Canada Council for the ArtsGovernment of Yukon

A partnership of

Yukon Film SocietyKIAC