Suzanne Crocker – Director, Producer, Cinematographer
Suzanne Crocker, a Yukon filmmaker, switched careers from rural family physician to filmmaker in 2009. Her award winning short film Time Lines (2010) screened at film festivals in Canada, the US and Europe, and was selected for a National Film Board Filmmakers Assistance Grant. All The Time In The World represents Suzanne Crocker’s feature film directing debut.
Michael Parfit, – Editor
Michael Parfit is an award winning documentary director and editor, most recently for the internationally acclaimed and award winning documentaries Saving Luna and The Whale. Michael’s credits also include his work as writer for Antarctica, one of the highest grossing IMAX films ever; the award-winning IMAX film Ocean Oasis; six books; and many articles for National Geographic and Smithsonian magazines.
“This is an extraordinary story, stunningly and refreshingly honest.”
Nettie Wild – Story Editor
Nettie Wild is one of Canada’s leading documentary filmmakers. Her highly charged and critically acclaimed films have brought her audiences behind the frontlines and headlines of revolutions and social change around the world. Winner of two Genie Awards for Best Canadian Documentary (A Place Called Chiapas and FIX: The Story of an Addicted City). As well as directing her own documentaries, Nettie has also worked as story editor for such award winning documentaries as Nimisha Mukerji’s 65_Red_Roses and Blood Relative.
“I agreed to work on All The Time In The World as a story editor because I believe the story that Suzanne has to tell is unique as heck and threaded with both adventure and extraordinary lessons that we can all learn from.
We are living in a time of increasing chaos where this digital age is bombarding us with a tsunami of information. We are plugging into computers and smart phones while unplugging from relationships and the natural world. All The Time In The World is a much needed story of a family that has made other choices. It’s also a whale of a tale that will delight children and families of all ages.”
Carrie Gadsby – Story Editor
Carrie Gadsby has worked as story editor and script consultant for Telefilm, SuperChannel and Oliver Stone and has been described as having “a sixth sense for story”.
“I was immediately captivated by the storytelling that was translated onto the screen by director Suzanne Crocker. Viewing All The Time In The World was an intimate, compelling experience, especially because we also view the story from the unique perspective of the children through their immediate experiences. This project offers the gift of perspective.”
The soundtrack for All The Time In The World features original music from
finger style acoustic guitarist and composer, Alex Houghton www.alexhoughton.com
and Juno nominated singer songwriter Anne Louise Genest www.annielou.ca