Suzanne Crocker

Suzanne Crocker

Suzanne Crocker, Yukon filmmaker, switched careers from rural family physician to filmmaker in 2009.  

All The Time In The World (2014), Suzanne’s first feature length documentary, won 22 Festival Awards from around the world including 9 Audience Choice Awards.   The film won Most Popular Canadian Documentaryat the Vancouver International Film Festival andTop 20 Audience Picksat Hot Docs.   It has screened on every continent, in over 25 countries and been translated into 12 languages.  Theatrically released in Canada, USA and internationally. Broadcast in Canada (Super Channel) and internationally including NHK Japan.  It continues to screen around the world. 

Suzanne’s second feature documentary First We Eat: Food Security North of 60 will be released in 2019 and distributed by Blue Ice Docs. The North is the canary in the coalmine for global food security.  Suzanne challenged herself to spend one year feeding her family of five only food that can be hunted, fished, gathered, grown or raised in her subarctic community of Dawson City, Yukon – 64 degrees North, 300 km south of the arctic circle. Add 3 skeptical teens, a reluctant husband, no salt, no caffeine, no sugar and minimal grains.  It’s the 100 mile diet, Yukon style.

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Government of Yukon Canada Council for the Arts Lotteries Yukon Yukon Film Society