"Inside is our storage place, but outside is actually our home," says eight-year-old Kate, reflecting on her family’s decision to leave the comforts of modern life for the remote Yukon wilderness. In an effort to reconnect with one another and tune out from a technology-laden world, Kate’s mother (and All the Time in the World filmmaker) Suzanne Crocker and her husband left their jobs and set forth with three children, two cats and one dog to spend nine months living in a small cabin with no road access, no electricity or running water and not a single clock. By living their lives dictated by the passing of the seasons, their family comes together to rediscover themselves within the natural world. Set in the breathtaking wildness of Canada’s Yukon Territory and filmed entirely off the grid without an external crew, All the Time in the World crafts an intimate and heartwarming portrait of a family in search of deeper connection. Michelle Latimer, Hot Docs
Due to weather, the Homegrown National Park project’s Pizza in the Park
event at Christie Pits on July 17 has been cancelled.
Co-presented by Planet in Focus.