Air Canada enRoute Film Festival picks Clouds of Autumn

The short film Clouds of Autumn has been selected for the 2016 Air Canada enRoute Film Festival.

The short film Clouds of Autumn by Cariboo Chilcotin filmaker Trevor Mack and Matthew Taylor Blais has been selected for the 2016 Air Canada enRoute Film Festival and is eligible for the People’s Choice Award.

People can vote once every 24 hours and also have the chance to win two free flights to anywhere in North America.

Clouds of Autumn, set on the Tsilhqot’in plateau in the 1970s won the Best Canadian Short Drama in 2015 at imagineNATIVE Film and Media Arts Festival.

Clouds of Autumn focuses on a young Indigenous boy named William and his older sister, Shayl, whose carefree childhoods are torn apart when Shayl is forced to attend a residential school.

For more information on voting go to http://enroute.aircanada.com/en/articles/clouds-of-autumn.