DIRS. ZOE TOUPIN, MORIAH MACMILLAN, ROSEMARY SCANLON, MEAGAN DEULLING, GENEVIÈVE DOYON, Yukon, 2015, 5m
PROGRAMMED BY YUKON FILM SOCIETY (YFS) + THE KLONDIKE INSTITUTE FOR ART AND CULTURE (KIAC)
SYNOPSIS : A young woman living at the Radar Apartments in Lobird is haunted by the radio signals from past interceptions.
About the filmmakers
Zoë Toupin works in the media arts in San Francisco, USA. She is based in Oakland.
Moriah MacMillan has a background in communication studies with an interest in interactive media. As a hobbyist animator and short filmmaker, she’s presented films at Yukon 48 Hour Film competitions, co-created the 2017 ALFF trailer and was a Jenni House Artist in Residence in December 2017.
Rosemary Scanlon is an artist living and working in Whitehorse, Yukon. Working primarily in watercolour, she attempts to locate the tension between fantasy and reality of northern life. Scanlon has exhibited nationally and internationally, including exhibitions in Montreal, San Francisco, Berlin and London. Scanlon received her Master’s Degree in Fine Arts from the Glasgow School of Art.
Meagan Duelling is an award winning journalist who has lived in Canada’s northern territories for the past six years. Reporting, editing, writing, film making, producing, radio documentaries from Iqaluit, NU.
Geneviève Doyon is an actor, creator, playwright and producer. Geneviève has been involved with Open Pit Theatre since the beginning of the company. In 2011, she was part of the Devised Yukon Project and the production Nowhere Near. Since then, she has been closely tied to Open Pit’s artistic developments. She became a co-artistic producer of the company in March 2013 and is thrilled to create new Yukon performance art under the name of Open Pit Theatre.