2017 Dawson City Film Festival Film Fest program - Page 14

FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 11:30 PM DAY 40 Sol Freidman, Ontario, 5m, animation Exploring the viability and the ethical implications of the story of Noah’s ark, this is a thought-provoking, insightful, and irreverent take on the classic tale of judgement, mercy and salvation. BIRD SONGS OF DOOM Lansing Bruce Robertson, Manitoba, 4m, animation It’s doomsday and the birds are singing merrily. Turns out they’re probably up to something. Thanks a lot birds. THE SUGARING OFF Alexander Isabelle, Quebec, 15m, drama Bernard is an austere man whose sole occupation is to care for his beloved Line, who is very ill. Their son organizes a sugaring off party that forces Bernard to reconnect with the exhilaration of spring. AND THE MOON ROSE IN OUR EYES Eric Plamondon, Manitoba, 3m, drama The first date, the second, the third. Each nervous, each escalating, each creating expectations, each establishing a connection. Intimacy woven in each encounter. At one point, you can tell, the moon rose in their eyes. SUBNIVEAN SNUFF Rachel Evans, Alberta, 14m, animation An animated historical environmental crime story, exploring human desires to manipulate ecosystems and their inhabitants 14