Posted on 26 May 2014 in Film

Forty Men for the Yukon

SCA Grad Film 2008

Directed by Tony Massil

Screened at TIFF '08, SXSW '09, VIFF '08, T/F Film Festival '09, SILVERDOCS '09

Awards:

Best Documentary Award, Canadian Student Film Festival '08
Audience Award, Dawson City International Film Festival '09
Nominated Best Emerging Director, VIFF '08
Nominated Best Film, Local Sightings Seattle Film Festival '08

Directed and produced by Tony Massil
Associate producer Paul Siggers

German-born Frank Erl, a 75 year-old gold miner and English-born Geordie Dobson, an 82 year-old bar owner live in the Yukon Territory, Canada. Surviving tragedies, war, divorce and the construction of a 38,000 beer-bottle house, they now face the universal decision of how to move forward in life.

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