Directed by: Amy C. Elliott | 57 minutes | USA/Canada | 2019
In Yellowknife, the remote capitol of the Northwest Territories of Canada, the town dump is the city’s most popular and notorious man-made attraction, mined by a colorful community of thrifty locals. But the new city administration is determined to see it tamed, and the battle for Yellowknife’s identity is on.
Preceded by Birch Song - directed by Keith Robertson | 18 minutes
Making birch syrup is hard work and ultimately not profitable. And the black, bitter syrup does not taste as sweet as its more glamorous sister, maple syrup. So why than do Mike and Craig drag their families into the bush to make it every year? What is the true value of birch syrup?
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