I met Suzanne Crocker at a Women in Film & Television workshop earlier this year and was intrigued by her story about shooting a doc in the Yukon bush, while living nine months off the grid. I’m happy she let me preview her doc, which screens at VIFF this week. Go and have a look, if you can, it’s worthwhile!
“I always envisioned myself as being one of those moms who would have fresh baked cookies and a glass of milk ready for their kids when they walked in the door after school,” says filmmaker Suzanne Crocker in the opening scene of her new doc All The Time In The World, as she pulls a canoe jam-packed with supplies up a rocky Canadian river. But she always felt there wasn’t enough time for the things that really counted.
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