Disconnecting to Reconnect.
A documentary film by Suzanne Crocker.
Winner of 22 Awards from around the world including Most Popular Canadian Documentary at the Vancouver International Film Festival. Top 20 Audience Picks at Hot Docs 2015.
In this deeply personal documentary, a family searches for a new perspective by leaving the comforts of home and taking their three children to live in the Yukon wilderness for nine months. They live remotely over the long Yukon winter in a small cabin with no road access, no electricity, no running water, no internet, no TV and, most importantly, not a single clock or watch.