Most Popular Canadian Documentary: Vancouver International Film Fest
Official Selection: Hotdocs
Unclassified: All ages
In search of something more than the daily grind, filmmaker Suzanne Crocker takes her husband and three young children deep into the remote Canadian outback.
Here they spend nine months in a remote cabin, deep in the woods. With no electricity, and reachable only by stream, life in the cabin through the harsh Canadian winter takes on its own natural rhythms, and – away from digital entertainment and television screens – the family experience a new form of existence and bonding.
Directed with rare warmth, this exceptional low budget documentary, All The Time in the World is an exploration of family and parenthood, survival and existence and the beauty of a world rarely seen.
For anyone who wants to experience nature, life off the grid, or just the wonder of a world through the eyes of children, this film is essential.
Suitable for children.