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First Nation Films

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Issue: 2017-07-05, PHOTO: courtesy of the Yukon Film Society

There’s going to be a new projector at the Globe Theatre this year when the Available Light Film Festival (ALFF) takes its films to the Atlin Arts and Music Festival. Andrew Connors, artistic director of ALFF, says this will give a sharper image... Read more

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Issue: 2016-02-04, PHOTO: Courtesy of Yukon Film Society

This year marks the 14th anniversary of the Available Light Film Festival. Each year, the festival seems to grow and attract greater talent from a variety of places. This year also has a substantial amount of filmmaking workshops, some free and... Read more

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Generations of First Nations Peoples across Canada are still trying to come to terms with experiences they and their families had in residential schools. A new film called We Were Children is a visual narrative of residential school survivors' exper Read more

Photography - Film

APTN

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APTN broadcasts a wide variety of Hollywood films, with features four nights per week and additional matinees on weekends. A lot of viewers wonder how we choose our films. If APTN is an Aboriginal network, what does that have to do with Read more

Yukon Culture

Cooking With the Wolfman returns for its eighth season, this time heating up with a brand new culinary cook-off format that will keep viewers culturally informed and highly entertained. Read more

Yukon Culture

Tansi! For those unfamiliar with Aboriginal languages, 'tansi' is a friendly greeting in the Cree language somewhat akin to 'hello' in English. It is a word used often in one of APTN's most popular children's programs, Nehiyawetan. Read more

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While APTN is ushering in the New Year with a number of great new shows, perhaps the biggest buzz will come from the premiere of the long-awaited, controversial dramatic series based on a pilot of the same name that debuted on APTN in the fall Read more

Photography - Film

The roar of the sand grinder is enough to give anyone a headache. But Dan Sokolowski, producer of the Dawson City International Short Film Festival, likes the sound. Read more

Photography - Film