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Occurs on Monday February 12 2024

Approximate running time: 1 hour and 15 minutes


Yukon Theatre - Cinema: 1
304 Wood Street
Whitehorse YT Y1A 2E6


Performance Notes


Single Ticket Pricing: (Select from price list after clicking "Buy Tickets")

Adult: $17.00

Senior / Elder (65 and Over): $15.00

Student: $15.00

Youth (18 and Under): $15.00

YFS Member: $15.00

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8:30pm - ALFF Short Films: We Are All Different Dir. Various | 75 MIN

Ajjigiingiluktaaqtugut (We Are All Different) DIR. LINDSAY MCINTYRE, 2021, ALBERTA | 17 MIN

What does it mean to be Inuk? Historically depicted as welcoming and friendly people in remote and snowy landscapes, in reality, Inuit live across the globe. Using antique wind-up bears, layered animation, and analogue techniques, McIntyre constructs an animated documentary which explores identity and belonging by Inuit, both in and outside of community. Herself of mixed Inuk and settler heritage, McIntyre depicts the value of community and asks what it means to belong in a changing world when out ideas of Inuk-ness are so tied to particular representations.

pî-kiwîk DIR. KEISHA ERWIN, 2023, CA | 10 MIN | Documentary

Pî-kiwîk, will bring viewers on a heartfelt journey of how reconnecting to one’s culture and family can be life-changing, grounding, and how it can provide a sense of belonging, pride, and purpose.

Johnny Libertella: One Million Smiles DIR. BRUNO DRAMATIK, 2023, QUEBEC | 10 MIN | Documentary

Sixty-year-old Johnny Libertella has spent his entire life in the Rosemont-La-Petite-Patrie neighbourhood in Montreal. Like his parents before him, he lives just above his shop on Plaza St-Hubert. An introvert by nature, he has chosen to devote himself to his business. For over three decades, [Johnny Libertella] has religiously manned the counter of his footwear shop that specializes in cowboy boots, only straying away from the Plaza to visit his daughter every Sunday.

WÎSKACÂN DIR. TYSON HOUSEMAN, 2021, CA | 8 MIN | Experimental

WÎSKACÂN is an experimental contemporary dance film utilizing Bunraku-style tabletop puppetry and object performance. Video, puppet design, performance, and music by Tyson Houseman.

Hebron Relocation DIR. HOLLY ANDERSON, 2022, LABRADOR | 15 MIN | Documentary

In Hebron Relocation, Holly Andersen explores what makes a place a home as she learns more about her community’s connection to generations of displaced northern Labrador Inuit.

Conviction DIR. BRUCE THOMAS MILLER, 2022, ALBERTA | 13 MIN | Drama

After Joseph is released from jail, he faces inner demons that stand in the way of true freedom. The most striking thing about this film is its authenticity.

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