All the Time in the World

screens: 
Saturday, April 11, 2015 - 16:30
Tuesday, April 14, 2015 - 12:20
location: 
Vancity Theatre
1181 Seymour St.
tickets: 
$9 adult; $6 child, youth, senior; $5 each for groups of 10 or more
Director: 
Suzanne Crocker
length: 
88min
year: 
2014
country: 
Canada

In search of a new perspective, a family of five leaves the comforts of home to live in the remote Yukon wilderness during the long northern winter. The parents leave their jobs and take their three children (ages 10, 8 and 4) to spend nine months living in a small cabin with no road access, electricity, running water, Internet, TV or phone. The film is noteworthy for offering the unique perspectives of the children as they connect with both their parents and nature.  Particularly poignant is the family’s solution for celebrating Halloween when the nearest neighbour is a hundred kilometers away…

WINNER - MOST POPULAR CANADIAN DOCUMENTARY - Vancouver International Film Festival
WINNER - GREEN SCREEN AWARD - Planet In Focus Film Festival (Toronto) and Harold Greenberg Fund
WINNER - AUDIENCE FAVOURITE AWARD - Victoria Film Festival

Themes: nature, taking time, family, back to basics, survival, and wilderness

Classification:  G - no advisory

Recommended for ages 8+

WebsiteTrailer  

Note: Filmmaker Suzanne Crocker will be in attendance with the subjects of the film, her family.

All the Time in the World screens as part of our TALENT LAB for Elementary Schools program. 

   
   

 

film program: 
Director's Photo: 
Suzanne Crocker
Director's Bio: 
Suzanne Crocker, a Yukon filmmaker, switched careers from rural family physician to filmmaker in 2009. Her award winning short film Time Lines (2010) screened at film festivals internationally. All The Time In The World is her first feature length film.