Dawson Town Melted Down

Dawson Town Melted Down

Available on DVD

"1,300 people, 2,000 dogs. Why did you move to Dawson City, Yukon?" Legendary local filmmaker Lulu Keating tries to answer that question in this playful (and hand-processed) romp through her new hometown.

The Klondike Viking

The Klondike Viking

Available on DVD

This story of Norwegian immigrant Bill Hakonson follows his life from a mistreated runaway youth on the prairies to his arrival in Dawson City where he built a new life in Canada's far north.

Pictures Dont Lie - JJ Van Bibber

Pictures Don't Lie - JJ Van Bibber

Available on DVD

Pictures Don't Lie portrays traditional life in the Yukon through the black and white images of JJ Van Bibber, a prolific Métis photographer who travelled the interior with his family, hunting, trapping and surviving on the land. 

Shipyards Lament

Shipyards Lament

Available on DVD

The Shipyards was a riverside squatters community in downtown Whitehorse that symbolized the Old Yukon lifestyle. Shipyards Lament follows the forced eviction of the residents of this neighbourhood, the last of its kind in urban Canada.

The Working Cats Guide to the Klondike

The Working Cat's Guide to the Klondike

Available on DVD

Old timers, First Nation storytellers, historians and a cast of Yukon locals recall a traditional practice of “cat sledding” unique to the Dawson City area in Canada’s far North.