first we eat

Film Premiere*

Friday, February 26 at 3:00 pm

Livestream Q+A with director Suzanne Crocker starts at 4:50 pm

Availability

Canada only; February 26 at 3:00 pm until March 7 at 11:59 pm

closed captioned

Director: Suzanne Crocker

Language: English

Runtime: 101 minutes

Rating: all audiences

*Films premiere at a set time and are followed by a livestream Q+A.  If you miss the premiere, you can still watch the movie (and a recording of the Q+A) anytime until the end of the festival!  Still a bit unclear? Check out our 2021 Glossary & FAQ for details.

Details

Suzanne Crocker’s ode to the pleasures and challenges of sustainable eating will surely delight all the viewers who connected so strongly with the doctor turned director’s ALL THE TIME IN THE WORLD, her People’s Choice Award winner at KCFF 2015. Crocker’s latest documents her family’s efforts to spend a year only eating the food they could procure in and around their home in Dawson City. The resulting film highlights the wider issues around food sovereignty and sustainability affecting people and families far from the Yukon landscapes that are so vividly captured here. Crocker’s admirers can expect to pick up some useful cooking and dining tips, too.

 

Read our blog post with director Suzanne Crocker to hear about her time at Queen’s, working as a doctor, creating this film and what she’s up to next. 

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