Suzanne Crocker

Suzanne Crocker


Suzanne Crocker is a documentary filmmaker who lives in Dawson City, Yukon. Suzanne switched careers from rural family physician to filmmaker in 2009. Suzanne’s first feature POV documentary, All The Time In The World (2014) won 22 Festival Awards from around the world, including Top 20 Audience Picks at Hot Docs and Most Popular Canadian Documentary at the Vancouver International Film Festival. With national and international theatrical and broadcast distribution, All The Time In The World has screened in 25 countries, on all continents, and been translated into 12 languages.


2014 All the Time in the World (Documentary)
2010 Time Lines (Short)

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First we eat
A Different Tomorrow, Arctic and Beyond
Year: 2020
Suzanne Crocker, an award winning filmmaker and retired family doctor, challenged herself to spend one year feeding...