North by Northwest: Yukon Shorts Monday February 4 2019 at 6:00 PM
Monday February 4 2019 at 6:00 PM
The Last Avenue Dir. Brendan Preston, Peter Jickling, Patrick Keenan, 2018, YT, 3 min Based on a poem by Peter Jickling.
Fiona Dir. Ingrid Veninger, 2018, ON, 4 min Made during the Available Light Film Festival in 2018 when Ingrid was a guest at the festival. Cast via a CBC radio interview where Ingrid invited anyone interested in being on camera to email. Fiona and Michel responded.
The Flour Pull at Rendezvous Dir. Ingrid Veninger, 2018, ON, 5 min Made during the Available Light Film Festival in 2018 when Ingrid was a guest at the festival. JP Michaeu and his wife Aimée discuss his preparations to compete in the 2018 Yukon Sourdough Rendezvous Flour Pull contest…
Foretold Dir. Lulu Keating, 2018, YT, 8 min There is so much that we don’t understand. Can a dream predict the future? Can it be sent by a deceased friend?
Grey Mountain Naomi Mark, Marty O’Brien, 2019, YT, 16 min Grey Mountain follows the story of Beau, a 14-year old girl living in an isolated Yukon community and dealing with the recent loss of her mother. A shocking discovery at the cemetery throws Beau’s world into chaos and sets her on a journey to get to Pioneer Creek, a remote community 100km away. Starring Assia Malapanis, Peter Jickling, Carey Mitchell, Ian and Bruce Jobin. Winner of the 2018 ALFF Pitch Prize for short fiction.
Rise N’ Shine Dir. Silver Kim + Ashley Evans, 2019, BC/YT, 21 min This beautifully shot comedy by Vancouver actors and filmmakers Silver Kim and Teslin-raised Ashley Evans was produced by Teslin’s Tip Evans. Two down at heel dreamers can’t seem to get ahead and their relationship is simultaneously volatile and magnetic. Jim is a chronic gambler and small-time criminal. Amanda is an alcoholic whose life ambition is to open a bakery just like the one her mom ran when she was a child. Just when it seems like Amanda has thrown Jim out for good, Jim and a pal steal a trophy moose-head from the local diner and take Amanda hostage…
Screening preceded with a music set by Yukon-based musician Joey O’Neil (Presented with support from Music Yukon)
Yukon Arts Centre Mainstage
300 College Drive
Whitehorse YT Y1A 5X9
This is a festival seating performance - the seats are on a first come, first serve basis when you arrive at the theater.
Doors open 1/2 hour prior to start of performance.