Q&A with the Director
All the Time in the World
Winner of 20 Film Festival Awards, discover how a young family fares leaving the comforts of home to live in the remote Canadian wilderness.
Director: Suzanne Crocker
Cast includes: NA
Includes Q&A with the Director
87 Mins / 2014 / COUNTRY / LANGUAGE
Featuring the insights into the experiences of three children (aged ten, eight and four), a family leaves the comforts of home to live for nine months 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, All 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.
Winner of 20 Film Festival Awards from around the world, including nine Audience Choice Awards, 5 Youth Awards, 7 Environmental Awards and 3 Best Picture Awards. "Top 20 Audience Picks" at Hot Docs.
This film is F-Rated. The F-Rating is applied to all films which are directed by women and/or written by women. Find out more about F-Rating.
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