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The Made In The Yukon (MITY) award is designed to honour and enable Yukon artists. It provides tangible benefits to Yukon filmmakers, allowing them to further their craft. The awards themselves are constructed from items essential to survival in the Yukon: Birch, Steel, Copper wire and Duct tape. MITY AWARD designed by Veronica Verkley MITY PROFESSIONAL ELIGIBLE FILMS Annie’s Reel The Art of Balance Dead Caribou Dialogue Forever Mom The Future of Northern Agriculture Jim Robb’s Yukon Lapse RA.D.AR Singing Through an Illness Subject Six We Are From Ontario • $1000 cash (GOLD RUSH) • $1000 grip rental package (SPYA) • Script Consultation with the NFB •  creening of their film at the 2014 Tromso S International Film Festival miTy emerging Artist ELIGIBLE FILMS The MITY Emerging Artist Award is open to filmmakers who have made 3 films or less. Blue DOG Pony Girl Thoughts Sound We See: An Old Crow Symphony Television Toby, No!!! The Vast Forlorn Yukon Gold Potatoes: Season 1, Boiling Point • $300 cash (Northern Superior Mechanical) • $500 Equipment Rental (KIAC) • Script Consultation with the NFB miTy yOuTh award • $100 cash (Gail Calder) The lOdesTar award Lodestar 1.  star that is used as a point of reference; A especially the North Star. 2.  guiding principle, interest, or ambition. A The Lodestar Award is given to the best Canadian or International film, which exemplifies the guiding principles of the art of independent short film/video making — freedom of expression, authenticity, exemplary artistry despite limitations, and clarity of vision. • $500 cash (A Bigger Picture) •  terling Silver DCISFF pin hand crafted by Sharon Edmonds S Yukon Brewing audience ChOice award (Chosen by audience ballot; all films eligible) • $250 cash (Yukon Brewing) Thanks to the 2015 Award sponsors! SCREEN PRODUCTION YUKON ASSOCIATION 39