May 27, 2015
The 2015 Yorkton Film Festival concluded on May 24 with several Golden Sheaf Awards being given to three films featured in the WFG catalogue.
The Aboriginal Award Winner was Treading Water by Janelle and Jérémie Wookey, the Experimental Award Winner was Controversies by Ryan McKenna and finally the Ruth Shaw Award Winner (Best of Saskatchewan) was Isolated Gestures by Kent Tate.
Established in 1947 the Yorkton Film Festival is North America’s longest running film festival.
Treading Water documents 2100 flood evacuees, the 90 million dollars and 3 years displaced…and counting.
Controversies presents a popular call in radio show from the 1980s with the interviewer edited out.
Isolated Gestures explores the places that we seek, and the places that find us. One can never know for sure which comes first; the seeking or the finding.
For more information on these films please contact
Monica Lowe, WFG Distribution Director
email@example.com, 204-925-3456 x 103