Dawson City: Frozen Time
|Dawson City: Frozen Time|
|Directed by||Bill Morrison|
|Written by||Bill Morrison|
|Music by||Alex Somers|
|Edited by||Bill Morrison|
Picture Palace Pictures
Dawson City: Frozen Time is a 2016 American documentary film written, edited and directed by Bill Morrison and produced by Morrison and Madeleine Molyneaux. It was screened in the Orizzonti Competition section at the 73rd Venice International Film Festival. It concerns the history of Dawson City, Canada, deep in the Yukon territory, from its creation during the Klondike Gold Rush culminating in the 1978 discovery of 533 silent film reels, thought to be lost, that had been buried in 1929 in a former swimming pool or hockey rink. Along with the lost films, there was also rare footage of other historic events, including the 1919 World Series.
Dawson City: Frozen Time has received positive reviews from critics. Kenneth Turan of the Los Angeles Times wrote, "If you love film, if you’re intoxicated by the way movies combine image and emotion, be prepared to swoon." Glenn Kenny of The New York Times praised the film "as an instantaneously recognizable masterpiece." Film review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes reports that 100 percent of critics gave the film a positive review.
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- Turan, Kenneth (June 15, 2017). "'Dawson City: Frozen Time' details the astonishing discovery of a treasure-trove of forgotten film". Los Angeles Times.
- Kenny, Glenn (June 8, 2017). "In 'Dawson City: Frozen Time,' Early Movies Lost and Found". The New York Times.
- "Dawson City: Frozen Time". Rotton Tomatoes. February 8, 2018.
- Dawson City: Frozen Time on IMDb
- Dawson City: Frozen Time at Rotten Tomatoes
- Dawson City: Frozen Time at Box Office Mojo
- Official trailer on Youtube
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