2015 DCISFF Program - Page 6

THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 7:30pm All the Time In the World Suzanne Crocker, Yukon, 88min A ll The Time In The World is a deeply personal documentary that explores the theme of disconnecting from our hectic and technology laden lives in order to reconnect with each other, ourselves and our natural environment. A family, searching for a new perspective, leaves the comforts of home to live for 9 months, with their three young children, in the remote wilderness of the Canadian North. They spend the long northern winter living in a small cabin with no road access, no electricity, no running water, no internet and not a single watch or clock. Set in the Yukon Territory, and filmed off grid without a traditional crew, All The Time In The World is a thought provoking documentary that chronicles life’s natural unfolding when a family tries to let go of the control that is required in our time-based world. Director and Family in attendance Most Popular Canadian Documentary – Audience Award – Vancouver International Film Festival Green Screen Award – Planet In Focus Film Festival and Harold Greenberg Fund Best of the Festival – Wild and Scenic Film Festival Audience Award for Best Canadian Documentary – Available Light Film Festival Audience Favourite Award – Victoria Film Festival Best of Fest Audience Award – Wakefield International Film Festival People’s Choice Award – Kingston Canadian Film Festival Top Film as Voted by Audience – Salt Spring Documentary Film Festival NOTE: This is a separately ticketed event. (Not included in a festival passs). All tickets $10 4