Sept. 30 & Oct. 1, 2005 at 8 pm
Video In . 1965 Main Street . Vancouver . BC . tel: (604) 872-8337
Poster design: Paul Wong
Carol Geddes, Two Winters Productions, 2004, 27 min
This award-winning film combines animation and live-action to tell how a Northern First Nations family in the early 1800s survives an extended winter caused by a volcanic eruption in Indonesia.
Andrew Connors, Haeckel Hill Pictures, 2004, 24 min
Painter and poet, Neil Graham, creates a series of paintings depicting the volcanic columnar rock walls of Miles Canyon, an unusual landform on the Yukon River. With disarming honesty, Neil shares how his personal history informs his artistic process.
Alice Angus/Joyce Majiski, Proboscis, 2005, 20 min
A combined live-action and animated documentary that explores human perceptions of the physical and social geographies of rural Scotland, urban London and rural Yukon.
Paul Henderson, 2002, 3 min
Craving a rock show? A transmission. You already are. Everyone to their outomoders. Winters are long in Dawson City.
Richard Lawrence, 2004, 9 min
When an adolescent boy’s delight in having discovered the perfect Mother’s Day gift is shattered at the hands of delinquents, he begins the painful journey of growing up. Winner of the 2005 Dawson City International Short Film Festival ‘MITY’ award.