Chilcotin film makes Toronto International Film Festival cut

A new film out of the Chilcotin that tells an all-too-familiar tale. "Clouds of Autumn" has just been selected for the Toronto International Film Festival. We'll talk to the local filmmaker.

A new film out of the Chilcotin called "Clouds of Autumn" tells an all-too-familiar tale.

Shot from film "Clouds of Autumn" (YouTube)

As a teenager in Williams Lake, Trevor Mack had an interest in film. He began early on making his own productions and he was a natural. Because now, at age 23, he's just had his short film accepted to the Toronto International Film Festival. 

Clouds of Autumn was shot on the Tsilhqotin Reserve, with first-time Tsilhqotin actors in the Tsilhqotin language. 

To find out more, Trevor Mack joined us on the line from Vancouver.  

To hear the audio, click the link: Chilcotin film makes Toronto International Film Festival cut