All the news

Link to Facebook

Go to blog

April 14, 2014
World Premiere this Friday: Seaforths’ Legacy – Return To Agira

At the Dawson Film Fest, 7pm programme Friday 18 April 2014. See you there!

September 2, 2013
Two-page feature about the Sicily film shoot in the Whitehorse Star


August 10, 2013
Interview on CBC Radio Whitehorse – Filmmaker Max Fraser about Operation Husky 2013

CBC Radio Interview .  Host of A New Day, Sandy Coleman, interviews Yukon filmmaker Max Fraser about his experiences in Sicily, recording a documentary about Operation Husky 2013.

July 19, 2013
OPERATION HUSKY 2013 Reaches Valguarnera July 8, 2013
Production gears up in Sicily

Scouted the route of the OpHusky marchers on 07July. The marchers, led by Steve Gregory, have a long way to go through some great country. Lots of hills and history. Met up with advance team and few marchers inclucing author … Continue reading

June 25, 2013

    M A X   F R A S E R   V I D E O   P R O D U C T I O N S   21 Harbottle Road – Whitehorse Yukon Canada Y1A 5T2  – 867.335.1959   … Continue reading

March 31, 2013
WORLD PREMIERE for Martinis Of The Wilderness

The world premiere of Martinis of the Wilderness took place Friday evening March 29 at the Dawson City International Short Film Festival to a receptive crowd, who saw a number of other great new Yukon short films as well. Thanks … Continue reading

February 23, 2013
Martinis short gets poster/DVD art

Thanks to Mike Rice of Catalyst Communications for the great design.

February 5, 2013

LITTLE JOHN COUNTRY will screen as part of the Available Light Film Festival with several other Yukon shorts between 430 and 530 pm on Wed Feb 6, 2013, Yukon Arts Centre. Tix $5.

January 24, 2013
Little John Country now free online

The full 11-min video now free for viewing on YouTube DVDs can be ordered from this website.

  • keeping the faith

    New Video: Seaforths' Legacy: Return to Agira

    Short film, full concert and special features

  • bond of strangers

    Bond of Strangers (IN PRODUCTION)

    Why a dozen Canadians are marching 20 days and 300km under the scorching Sicilian sun

  • click for preview

    Martinis of the Wilderness

    A documentary-fantasy about Yukon moose hunting, the Holy Trinity and the search for the God Particle. Alcohol, weapons, ATVs and profanity are involved, as is the heavenly nature of the wilderness that surrounds and sustains us. Stars Douglas Rody, Del Young, Luigi Zanasi. Music by Jordy Walker. A Man Cave Picture from Max Fraser Video Productions.

  • click for preview

    Never Happen Here

    Terror in the sky wreaks havoc on the ground as a "hijacked" 747 approaches a remote northern town on 9/11. Schools are evacuated and terrified parents race to get their kids. The strange, bizarre flight of Korean Air 085, the only aircraft on 9/11 to actually transmit a hijack signal. Winner of four awards.

  • click for preview

    Painting Red Square

    7000 km from Moscow, there's another Red Square....

  • click for preview

    Jim From Dawson: Whitehorse Sucks!

    Jim from Dawson thinks Whitehorse sucks! And those good-lookin' stuck-up city types can sometimes be downright rude!

  • click for preview

    Little John Country

    Discovery of ancient human artifacts, the oldest in Canada, links aboriginal past and present; the "Little John" site near Beaver Creek Yukon and the people of the White River First Nation.

  • click for preview

    Gloria's Silver Crossing

    Growing up, Gloria never thought about not having a dad. Later in life, she wanted to know more. Sixty-five years after her dad's death in World War Two, Gloria wears the Silver Cross given to her mom as she visits her dad's grave in northern Italy.

  • click for preview

    How Michael Got His Medals

    A young boy from Canada joins veterans on a tour of WW2 battlefields, and comes home with a chest full of medals.

  • click for preview

    Madeline's Rock

    As a child, Madeline would have done anything for her dad. Sixty-five years after his death in WW2, she travelled 7000 km to visit his grave. She brought along a rock from the ranch to help make things right.

  • click for preview

    Return to Pontecorvo

    Sixty-five years after liberating the little Italian town of Pontecorvo, Canadian veterans are welcomed back as heroes.

  • click for preview

    Veterans at Villanova

    Witness a special tradition of Remembrance in the little town of Villanova, Italy, where 206 Canadian soldiers have lain since WW2.

  • click for preview

    Last Post at Menin Gate

    The moving tribute held at 8 pm every night in the town of Ieper, Belgium, to honour the fallen from World War One.