Admission is FREE, with juice, tea, coffee, popcorn and treats available for purchase. A chance to sit in the V.I.P. chair will be raffled before each film!

Friday, Feb. 19

6:30 p.m: The incredible adventures of Jojo (and his annoying little sister Avila): Siblings are left to their own devices after a car accident injures their mother, and they must survive in the woods on their own.  A hobo, wolves, abandoned couch and dirty diapers are all part of the experience.  Adventure, danger, and comedy, this film is not for over-protective parents but is every seven-year-old’s greatest daydream! Directors: Ann-Marie Schmidt and Brian Schmidt. (77 min. PG) Corset Cori says “I laughed, cried, and was on the edge of my seat, I loved this movie!”

8:15 p.m.:  The Working Cat’s Guide To The Klondike: The greatest story never told: recalling the traditional practice of Cat Sledding, which was unique to the area of Dawson City, Yukon…Old timers, First Nation story-tellers, historians and colourful local characters offer up a rare glimpse of a unique, nearly forgotten way of life. Director: Veronica Verkley (9min. G doc.)

• 8:30 p.m.:  Ghosts of the Joe Henry: A film without words, this film is an assemblage of sensations of the land, the people, flora and fauna that have inhabited the area that the Dempster highway traverses. This documentary was commissioned by the Yukon Film Society to celebrate the 30th Anniversary.  Director: Dan Sokolowski (27 min. doc.)

9:15 p.m.:  3022 ft.: The first film to cover the historical race of Seward, Alaska, Mount Marathon.  The film covers the 2014 race following the stories of nine racers- one junior, three men and four women.  Go beyond the finish line and into the lives of the racers that run Alaska’s most beloved race!  Director: Max Romey, Natalie Fedak  (63 min. G doc.)

Saturday, Feb. 20

2:00 p.m.: Children’s Matinee with free kid watching!: From the Chicago International Children’s Film Festival comes a collection of the 10 best short films especially for kids five to nine years and up!  It’s a one-of-a-kind collection of culturally diverse, non-violent and value affirming works that are sure to inspire lively discussions.  And more importantly, we will watch your kids for 90 minutes for free!  (approx. 90 min. G)

6:30 p.m.: Heart of Alaska: Alaska parents with two young children begin a four-month human powered expedition around Cook Inlet.  While carrying all provisions, they also carry the question-‘what do you think the future of Alaska will look like in 50 years?’  Adventure, inquiry, chance encounters and in-depth conversations, this film brings about ponder of what Alaska will look like for children in the future.  Directed by: Bjorn Olson.  (82min. G doc.)

8:30 p.m.:w Jasmine: Leonard To is a man who is struggling to come to terms with the unsolved murder of his beloved wife, Jasmine.  Nearly a year after her death he returns home to Hong Kong, determined to move on with his life.  He then happens to cross paths with a mysterious interloper who he suspects to be his wife’s killer and makes it his mission to investigate.  Culmination in a shocking and unforgettable final revelation is worthy of discussion long after you leave the show!  Director: Dax Phelan (80min. R)

Sunday, Feb. 21

2:00 p.m.: Films Worth Freezing For! A selection of winning short films from the 2015 Anchorage International Film Festival. Knitting, Dick Van Dyke, zombies, time machines, a serial killer’s house, clogging, poetry and love, what more could you ask for?  (112min. PG mix)

4:00 p.m.: Stink!: A film everyone should see!  This first-person story about one father’s absurd journey to find out what kinds of chemicals are hidden in a pair of his kid’s pajamas-and why no one will tell him what they are.  A confrontation with the secret culture of cheap and toxic chemicals that permeate our everyday products.  Director: Jon Whelan  (91 min. doc.) -SAC