Jul 162011



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mFlix to Host ‘Mobile Filmmaking Masters Class’ at Aspen ShortsFest










(PRWEB) March 16, 2005

This year by special arrangement mFlix, the independent mobile film channel – will hold the first in a series of hands-on Mobile Filmmaking Masters Classes for the filmmakers at Aspen ShortsFest in Aspen Colorado.

The Aspen ShortsFest is widely recognized as one of the world’s premiere showcases for short film and video. Aspen ShortsFest is one of only a few festivals worldwide recognized by the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts & Sciences® as able to send its top prize winners to compete for the Oscars ®. Other recognized film festivals include (but are limited to) Cannes Festival International Du Film, Los Angeles International Short Film Festival, Sundance Film Festival, and The Toronto Worldwide Short Film Festival.

mFlix is the first and largest independent film channel community dedicated to mobile film and animation, and is also the first in the independent film channel to receive national distribution on mobile phones in America, on the Sprint network. mFlix was launched at ‘The World’s Smallest Film Festival’ at CTIA. mFlix is also now seen the United Kingdom on the O2 network.

“Professional outreach programs such as our ‘Mobile Filmmaking Masters Classes’ held in April with Aspen ShortsFest allow us to equip independent filmmakers with the information and tools they need to be involved in the growing and mobile medium” said Juliette Deinum of mFlix. “Rather than simply let the studios and major brands dominate mobile media as they do television and film, we aim for a permanent seat at the table for the independent filmmaker, musician, animator, and artist. mFlix is the pre-eminent distribution channel for these as well as tomorrow’s cutting-edge filmmakers, and while we help them we are planting the seeds for continued high-quality film submissions to mFlix.”

For further information please see: http://www.worldssmallestfilmfestival.com

http://www.mflix.com

http://www.ctia.org

and the film festivals referenced herein


Aspen ShortsFest http://www.aspenfilm.org/

Cannes Festival International Du Film http://www.festival-cannes.fr/

Los Angeles International Short Film Festival http://www.lashortsfest.com/

Sundance Film Festival http://festival.sundance.org/

Toronto Worldwide Short Film Festival http://www.worldwideshortfilmfest.com/

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Jul 152011

by drmvm1

There are some studies conducted showing that children, from birth until they reach seven, are in the stage that they could acquire language easier. The ability of an individual to acquire languages will slowly decrease as they surpass puberty. How can adults learn language effectively and faster?

We are now living in am era of globalization, every country and culture has become connected whether it is in business, education and other fields. There is a need to be knowledgeable, not in just our local tongue, but also in other languages. It has be come a necessity to be able to be a part of the community, get better career opportunities, and therefore succeed.

There are different methods on how we can improve our skills of acquiring languages. Different aides like CDs, DVDs, books, dictionaries and magazines can be bought easily in bookstores. But experts have agreed that the most important method is by submerging ourselves of the language’s culture.

There are numerous experts who agree that the best way and most efficient method of teaching language would be what is called as “language immersion.” Reading grammar and vocabulary books are indeed important in order to increase language knowledge. But it is practice and exposure that you would find most helpful when learning a new language. For example, if you would go abroad and live there, then it would be inevitable that you would pick up the language. You are exposed to different aspects of culture that uses the language, like television, movies, radio, restaurants, museums, transportation and other public places.

Language immersion will keep learning language balanced. Language is something reflected by the people’s culture, thus, to understand the language it would be best to understand the ideas and concepts behind it by immersing in the culture. Aside from that, it keeps learning interactive and fun. You do not have to pour over boring texts for hours and still unable to retain anything.

Language immersion does not mean you would have to Spain to learn Spanish and go to France and fluently speak French. There are different ways to immerse ourselves in other cultures without spending too much on the airfare.

• You could start by renting foreign films and listening to different radio programmes using the language of your interest. For example, if you want to learn how to speak Spanish, then telenovelas would be a great way to get acquainted with the language. Telenovelas play a major role in Latin America’s pop culture. There are teachers who would testify that students would get involved in the dramas that they do not even realize that they are slowly improving their Spanish skills.

• Foreign films are also great avenues for language immersion. They are interesting, easy to access and of course in the language that you would like to learn.

• If you are not a big fan of foreign dramas and films, then you could certainly learn a lot from foreign sports. You could learn from the announcers and fans, just like in drama, you get involved with the sports that you keep track of it and gradually understanding what those announcers are actually reporting.

• Radio has played a major role in language acquisition. There are online radios from different parts of the globe which you can listen to. You may find it difficult in the beginning but later on, you will start to identify more and more words and eventually learn the language.

• Eating in foreign restaurants would also allow you to get acquainted to foreign dishes and how they were pronounced. Some restaurants would even include foreign performances while dining.

Learning different languages could be done in ways that you do not have to spend too much or leave the country. But if you feel that travelling will boost your experience and education, then go ahead. There are many options that you could choose from, make sure that you will be picking out the most practical.

Bollywood Crew Explore Joint Ventures, Filming Sites In Israel
JERUSALEM, July 11 (Bernama) — On a constant search to quench audience’ insatiable thirst for the exotic, a delegation of top Bollywood crew arrived in Israel Sunday, to explore joint ventures and scout potential filming locations.

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Jul 152011

A few nice short film images I found:

B. Scene One: Diner


Location scouting for the short film Basic Black. Luncheonette

Scene Two: Bar


Location scouting for the short film Basic Black. Gutter Bar

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Jul 122011
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by k-ideas

One of the most celebrated events in Melbourne, the Melbourne International Film Festival (MIFF) is a world famous film extravaganza held yearly in this vibrant city in Australia. Being the country’s largest film festival, the event is a celebration of a diverse mix of cultures as it features more than 400 movies from over 50 different countries and also is the largest display of Australian cinema. This critically acclaimed festival, was founded in 1951, is one of the oldest of its kind in the world and is definitely worth a trip to Melbourne to experience its magic.

Thousands of tourists stream in to witness the festival making it a joyous event that contributes millions of dollars to the Melbourne economy. The MIFF also remains a member of Melbourne’s top 4 film festivals. Last year the film festival which was the 57th annual one was held between July 25th and 10th August 2008. This year it will be held from 24th July to 9th August 2009, and is great time to plan a visit to Melbourne and be part of this event.

Some of the popular awards presented at the festival include the awards for feature films and documentary movies. A competition for short films of different categories is also held, though largely the festival remains non-competitive. Catering to all ages, the festival has a special feature where certain recent international films are shown that specifically appeal to younger teens, enabling the festival to become a family experience.

Apart from the actual film showings, the event casts a party like atmosphere across the whole city with its many parties and celebrations that are bound to make your stay in the city an entertaining and thrilling one.

If you plan to visit Melbourne to be part of this special movie extravaganza, the Langham Hotel Melbourne provides a luxurious base from which to conveniently access the place where MIFF will be held. The hotel is a preferred and more popular choice among visitors amid the many hotels in Melbourne due to its relaxing and elegant atmosphere.

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A few nice British film images I found:

BFI043_lowres


BFI, J Paul Getty Jnr Conservation Centre

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BFI, J Paul Getty Jnr Conservation Centre

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SAE Sponsors Best Digital Short Award at 14th Annual Raindance Film Festival










London, UK (PRWEB) September 15, 2006

The Raindance Film Festival is in its 14th year and again proves to be an exciting industry event with 80 of the best independent feature films and 150 short films. The festival will also be host to a Q & A with film producers and actors, industry panel seminars, Stanley Kubrick screenings and networking opportunities. The Jury for this year’s event includes Lou Reed, Dame Judi Dench, Marky Ramone and Kevin Macdonald to name a few.

SAE, as part of its commitment to the digital film industry has joined the Raindance Film Festival to recognise those filmmakers who are using digital media to produce short films. “We feel that digital film making is the future of this industry and therefore would like to recognise those who are embracing the technology and using it creatively in their films,” comments SAE London Manager Matthias Postel.    

SAE offers courses in Digital Film Making at two of its UK campuses and elsewhere around the world. The courses are based on the latest technology in digital film such as green screens, HD cameras, Editing and Compositing software and visual effects lighting technology. SAE offers both a diploma and a degree course with degree programmes validated by Middlesex University.    

For more information on the Raindance Film Festival please visit http://www.raindancefilmfestival.org

For additional information about SAE visit http://www.sae.edu

Contact:

Angi Kuzma

Marketing Manager

SAE Institute London

United House

North Road

London

N7 9DP

Phone: 0207 609 2653

Fax: 0207 609 6944

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Jul 092011

ABORIGINAL

Ekospi Namew: At The Time Of The Sturgeon
Prod/Dir:Dennis Jackson
Prod.Co:Dark Thunder Productions
2508 Tomlinson Cres.
Saskatoon, SK  S7L 3N2
(306)384-3412
dennis.jackson@sasktel.net

HOLLYWOOD NATIVES
Prod: Aaron Lewis/Jennifer Podemski
Prod.Co:CBC
205 Wellington St. W.
Toronto, ON  M5V 3G7
(416)205-8905
stuart_coxe@cbc.ca

INUUVUNGA: I am Inuk, I am Alive
Prod: Pierre LaPointe
Dir: Mila Aung-Thwin and Daniel Cross
Prod.Co:NFB
3155 Côte de Liesse
St-Laurent, QC  H4N 2N4
(514)283-9805
festivals@nfb.ca

MAYASITIW
Prod/Dir:Gabriel Yahyahkeekoot
Prod.Co:Mezzinjah Productions
5-2725 15th Ave.
Regina, SK  S4T 1S5
(306)581-6249

TWO WORLDS COLLIDING
Prod: Bonnie Thompson
Dir: Tasha Hubbard
Prod.Co:NFB
3155 Côte de Liesse
St-Laurent, QC  H4N 2N4
(514)-283-9805
festivals@nfb.ca

ANIMATION

DRIFT
Prod: Daniel Hill/Costa Kamateos
Dir: Veronica Verkley
Prod.Co:Haywire
52 St. Lawrence St. #105
Toronto, ON  M5A 3N1
(416)504-6398
haywire@passport.ca

L’HOMME SANS OMBRE
Prod: Georges Schwizgebel/Marcel Jean
Dir: Georges Schwizgebel
Prod.Co:NFB/Studio GDS
3155 Côte de Liesse
St-Laurent, QC  H4N 2N4
(514)283-9805
festivals@nfb.ca

LOUISE
Prod: Michael Scott/Jennifer Torrance
Dir: Anita Lebeau
Prod.Co:NFB
3155 Côte de Liesse
St-Laurent, QC  H4N 2N4
(514)283-9805
festivals@nfb.ca

TRAVERS MES GROSSES LUNETTES,À
Prod: Marcel Jean/David Reiss
Dir: Pjotr Sapegin
Prod.Co:NFB, Pravda
3155 Côte de Liesse
St-Laurent, QC  H4N 2N4
(514)283-9805
festivals@nfb.ca

WELCOME TO KENTUCKY
Prod: Marcy Page
Dir: Craig Welch
Prod.Co:NFB
3155 Côte de Liesse
St-Laurent, QC  H4N 2N4
(514)283-9805
festivals@nfb.ca

CHILDREN/YOUTH PRODUCTIONS

CHANGING ROOMS
Prod: Kirsten Carthew
Dir: Tyson Koschik
Prod.Co:Accompany Productions Inc.
Box 2682
Yellowknife, NT  X1A 2R1
(416)579-9368
kirstencarthew@yahoo.com

LOST AND FOUND
Prod: Ralph Benmergui/Andrea Webb
Prod.Co:CBC
Box 500
Toronto, ON  M5W 1E6
(416)205-5633/(416)205-8607
victoria_goodfellow@CBC.ca

SCARY STUFF
Prod/Dir:Sam Fisher
Prod.Co:Silver Leaf Productions
2537 Windsor St
Halifax, NS  B3K 5C2
(902)425-1868
silver.leaf@ns.sympatico.ca

A STAR IN THE MAKING
Prod: Yosif Feyginberg/Sherman Snukal
Dir: Yosif Feyginberg
Prod.Co:ARTEC Media Inc.
401 Richmond St. W., Studio 434
Toronto, ON  M5V 3A8
(416)979-0766
artecfav@bellnet.ca

SUGAR RUSH/TREASURE HUNT
Prod: Kyle Irving
Dir: Lesley Oswald
Prod.Co:Eagle Vision Inc.
509 Century St.
Winnipeg, MB  R3H 0L8
(204)772-0368
kyle@midcan.com

COMEDY

HATCHING, MATCHING AND DISPATCHING
Prod: Mary Sexton
Dir: Henry Sarwer-Foner
Prod.Co:2M Innovative Inc.
683 Water St., 2nd Floor
St. John’s, NL  A1E 1B5
(709)739-9055
msexton@nfld.com

JEW JUBE LIVES
Prod: Michael Cohen
Dir: Michael Davidson
Prod.Co:Muddy Spud Productions
21 Halton St.
Toronto, ON  M6J 1R4
(416)535-3133
maccohen@rogers.com

THE MILK CRATE RECOVERY TEAM
Prod: Christopher Markowsky
Dir: Christopher Markowsky
Prod.Co:PlayFrame Pictures
46 Arbour Butte Cr N.W.
Calgary, AB  T3G 4N5
(403)860-4269
playframe@telusplanet.net

PUPPETS WHO KILL: “Buttons the Dresser”
Prod: John Pattison/Shawn Thompson
Dir: Shawn Thompson
Prod.Co:PWK Productions
33 Roslin Ave.
Toronto, ON  M4N 1Y8
(416)484-9941
brokenpuppet@sympatico.ca

THE SADNESS OF JOHNSON JOE JANGLES
Prod: Andy Marshall
Dir: Jeffrey St. Jules
Prod.Co:Canadian Film Center
2489 Baview Ave.
Toronto, ON  M2L 1A8
(416)445-1446 ext. 323
flowinfo@cdnfilmcentre.com

DOCUMENTARY ARTS/CULTURE

BEING DOROTHY
Prod: Ina Fichman
Dir: Howard Goldberg
Prod.Co:La Fete Productions
387 St Paul St. W.
Montreal, QC  H2Y 2A7
(514)931-6190 ext 650
ina@instinctfilms.ca

GOD’S TEARS
Prod: Alan Mendelsohn
Dir: Dugald Maudsley
Prod.Co:Barna-Alper Productions
366 Adelaide St. W., Suite 700
Toronto, ON  M5V 1R9
(416)979-0676

PAINT TAKES FLIGHT
Prod: Simon Goulet
Dir: Éric Tessier
Prod.Co:Amoniak films
5425 rue de Bordeaux, Bur 315
Montréal, QC  H2H 2P9
(514)529-1029
amoniak@vif.com

A PERFECT FAKE
Prod: Kristina McLaughlin/Michael McMahon
Dir: Marc de Guerre
Prod.Co:Primitive Entertainment
585 Bloor St. W., Suite 300
Toronto, ON M6G 1K5
(416)531-3087
chanda@primitive.net

PRISONERS OF AGE
Prod/Dir:Stan Feingold
Prod.Co:The Eyes Project Development
Corp.
2nd Floor-1710 Columbia St.
Vancouver, BC  V5Y 4A1
(604)602-1352
sfeingold@theeyes.ca

DOCUMENTARY BIOGRAPHY

CALL ME AVERAGE
Prod: Trevor Hodgson/David Paperny
Dir: James Dunnison
Prod.Co:Paperny Films
2043 Quebec St. 2nd Floor
Vancouver, BC  V5T 2Z6
(604)228-1960
julee@papernyfilms.com

LAST DANCE: The Life & Times of Rex Harrington
Prod/Dir:John Curtin
Prod.Co:Kaos Productions Inc.
2120 rue St-Andre, Suite 5
Montreal, QC  H2L 3V1
(514)848-9944
jcurtin@kaosfilms.com

MR MERGLER’S GIFT
Prod: Germaine Ying Gee Wong
Dir: Beverly Shaffer
Prod.Co:NFB
3155 Côte de Liesse
St-Laurent, QC  H4N 2N4
(514)283-9805
festivals@nfb.ca

THE TRUE INTREPID
Prod: Wayne Sheldon/Kevin Dunn
Dir: Terry McEvoy
Prod.Co:Quiet Canadian Inc.
509 Century St.
Winnipeg, MB  R3H 0L8
(204)772-0368
wayne@midcan.com

WRESTLING WITH DESTINY: The Life and Times of Daniel Igali
Prod: Garbiela Schonbach/Joel Gordon
Dir: Joel Gordon
Prod.Co:Omni Film Production Ltd.
204-111 Water St.
Vancouver, BC  V6B 1A7
(604)681-6543
garbiela@omnifilm.com

DOCUMENTARY HISTORY

THE CANADIAN EXPERIENCE: Expo ‘67: Back to the Future
Prod: F.M. Morrison
Prod.Co:CBC
205 Wellington St. W.
Toronto, ON  M5V 3G7
(416)205-3311

THE CANADIAN EXPERIENCE: The 13th Mission
Prod: Bette Thompson
Dir: Jerry Thompson
Prod.Co:CBC
205 Wellington St. W.
Toronto, ON  M5V 3G7
(416)205-3311

CONTINUOUS JOURNEY
Prod/Dir:Ali Kazimi
Prod.Co: Peripheral Visions Film and Video
Inc.
388 Indian Grove
Toronto, ON  M6P 2H5
(416)850-5963
ali.kazimi@sympatico.ca

FREEDOM’S LAND: Canada and the Underground Railroad
Prod: Marcy Cuttler
Dir: William Cobban
Prod.Co:CBC
205 Wellington St. W.
Toronto, ON  M5V 3G7
(416)205-3311

THE QUEEN AND THE SKIPPER: The Story of Bluenose
Prod: Laine Drewery
Prod.Co:CBC
205 Wellington St. W.
Toronto, ON  M5V 3G7
(416)205-3311

DOCUMENTARY POINT OF VIEW

THE ALMA DRAWINGS
Prod: Jo Riding
Dir: Jeremy Munce
Prod.Co:Firewatch Films Inc.
2302 Horton St.
Ottawa, ON  K1G 3E8
(613)216-4666
joriding@firewatchfilms.com

COME ON DOWN: Searching for the American Dream
Prod: Steven James May
Dir: Adamm Liley
Prod.Co:Manifestation Television Inc.
Suite 230, 1657 Barrington St.
Halifax, NS  B3J 2A1
(902)446-3669
stevenjmay@hotmail.com

EDITH AND MICHEL
Prod: Paul Lapointe
Dir: Jocelyne Clarke
Prod.Co:Les Productions Érézi Inc.
3295 Ridgewood, #8
Montreal, QC  H3V 1B4
(514)342-7668
erezi@videotron.ca

PLEASANT STREET
Prod/Dir:Gerry Rogers
Prod.Co:Aigista Productions
170 Patrick St.
St. John’s , NL  A1C 5C4
(709)726-3472
augustaproductions@nfld.com

SUPERKIDS
Prod: Ric Beairsto
Dir: Harry Killas
Prod.Co:Laughing Mountain Communications Inc.
#113-1035 Pacific St
Vancouver, BC  V6E 4G7
(604)669-6887
laughingmountain@shaw.ca

DOCUMENTARY SERIES

CAMPUS VETS: Season 2
Prod: Stan Feingold/Blair Reekie
Dir: Linda Sanche/Eunice Lee
Prod.Co:The Eyes Project Development Corporation
2nd Floor – 1710 Columbia St.
Vancouver, BC V5Y 4A1
(604)602-1352
sfeingold@theeyes.ca

COUNTRY CANADA: Wildlife Sanctuary
Prod: Reg Sherren
Dir: Gary Hunter
Prod.Co:CBC
541 Portage Ave.
Winnipeg, MB  R3B 2G1
(204)788-3039
andy_blicq@cbc.ca

CRIME STORIES
Prod: Nova Herman
Dir: Chris Triffo
Prod.Co:Partners in Motion/CS Documentary
Series Production
2704 10th Ave.
Regina, SK  S4T 1E9
(306)545-2228
jstecyk@partnersinmotion.com

FORENSIC FACTOR: No Body No Crime and Beauty Queen
Prod/Dir:P.J. Naworynski
Prod.Co:Elaine Spencer
9 Channel Nine Court
Scarborough, ON M1S 4B5
(416)332-4406
espencer@discovery.ca

RECREATING EDEN – SEASON 2
Prod: Merit Jensen Carr
Dir: Gwynne Basen/Erna Buffie/Barry Lank/
Elise Swerhone/Barry Flocâh
Prod.Co:Merit Motion Pictures
34 Carlton St, 2nd Floor
Winnipeg, MB  R3C 1N9
(204)775-4092
info@meritmotionpictures.com

DOCUMENTARY SHORT SUBJECT

CBC NEWS: The National/Correspondent- Strange Destiny
Prod: Carmen Merrifield
Prod.Co:CBC
Box 500, Station A
Toronto, ON  M5W 1E6
(416)205-5633
victoria_goodfellow@cbc.ca

CHEATING DEATH
Prod: Rosalie Bellefontaine/Peter Starr
Dir: Eric Geringas
Prod.Co:Death Defying Prod/NFB
3155 Côte de Liesse
St-Laurent, QC  H4N 2N4
(514)283-9805
festivals@nfb.ca

IS THIS YOUR HOUSE?
Prod: Velcrow Ripper/Selwyn Jacobs
Dir: Velcrow Ripper
Prod.Co:Transparent Film
800 Keefer St. Unit C
Vancouver, BC  V6A 1Y7
(604)762-8005
transparentfilm@mac.com

RETURN TO MISSISSIPPI
Prod: Katie MacGuire/David Ridgen/Liz Rosch
Dir: David Ridgen
Prod.Co:CBC
205 Wellington St. W.
Toronto, ON  M5V 3G7
(416)205-8905
stuart_coxe@cbc.ca

URBAN MINERS
Prod: Gary Marcuse
Dir: Bob Nixon
Prod.Co:CBC
700 Hamilton St.
Vancouver, BC  V6B 2R5
(604)662-6000

DOCUMENTARY SOCIAL/POLITICAL

FOOTBINDING: Search for the Three-inch Golden Lotus
Prod/Dir:Yue-Qing Yang
Prod.Co:East-West Film Enterprises Ltd.
8058 Fraser St.
Vancouver, BC V5X 3X4
(604)322-6146
yangfilm@shaw.ca

IMPACT OF TERROR
Prod: Simcha Jacobovici, Ric Esther Bienstock,
Tim Wolochatiuk and Felix Golubev
Dir: Tim Wolochatiuk
Prod.Co:Associated Producers
110 Spadina Ave Ste. 1001
Toronto,ON  M5V 2K4
(416)504-6662 ext.292
paula@apltd.ca

INDECENTLY EXPOSED
Prod: Michael Snook
Dir: Trevor Grant
Prod.Co:WestWind Pictures Ltd.
#402-2206 Dewdney Ave.
Regina, SK S4R 1H3
(306)777-0160
markbradley@westwindpictures.com

SHOOT, SHOVEL AND SHUT UP
Prod: Reg Sherren
Dir: Timothy Sawa
Prod.Co:CBC
541 Portage Ave.
Winnipeg, MB  R3B 2G1
(204)788-3739
timothy_sawa@cbc.ca

THEIR BROTHERS’ KEEPERS – Orphaned by AIDS
Prod/Dir:Catherine Mullins
Prod.Co:Green Lion Productions Inc.
20223 Lakeshore Rd.
Baie d’Urfé, QC  H9X 1P9
(514)457-5555
cmullins@greenlionfilms.com

DRAMA

KATHLEEN’S CLOSET
Prod: Diana Wilson/Sheila Jordan
Dir: Sheila Jordan
Prod.Co:SeeingHumanPictures
3775 Privateers Rd.
Pender Island, BC  V0N 2M2
(250)629-3890
sjordan@cablelan.net

MILO 55160
Prod: Matthew Cervi
Dir: David Ostry
Prod.Co:Canadian Film Center
2489 Baview Ave.
Toronto, ON M2L 1A8
(416)445-1446 ext. 323
flowinfo@cdnfilmcentre.com

THE BIG THING
Prod/Dir:Carl Laudan
Prod Co:Cineman Films Inc.
7153 rue Waverly
Montreal, PQ  H2S 3J1
(514)495-0668
thebigthing@mac.com

PIGEON
Prod: Karen Wookey
Dir: Anthony Green
Prod.Co:Canadian Film Center’s Flow Distribution
2489 Baview Ave.
Toronto, ON  M2L 1A8
(416)445-1446 ext. 323
flowinfo@cdnfilmcentre.com

YELLOW BIRD
Prod: Steven N. Bray
Dir: Jessie Wallace
Prod.Co: Smiling Toad Pictures Inc.
2180 Headon Forest Dr.
Burlington, ON  L7M 2X1
(416)858-4841
jwallace@smilingtoadpictures.com

EXPERIMENTAL

OÏO
Prod/Dir:Simon Goulet
Prod.Co: Amoniak Films Distribution
5425 rue de Bordeaux, Bur 315
Montréal, QC  H2H 2P9
(514)529-1029
amoniak@vif.com

POST – PARTUM
Prod/Dir:Marie-Josée  Saint-Pierre
Prod.Co: MJSTP Films
3938 Berri
Montréal, QC  H2L 4H1
(514)849-3318
info@mjstpfilms.com

RIFTING/BLUE
Prod: Shelagh Carter/Kyle Bornais
Dir: Shelagh Carter
Prod.Co:Darkling Pictures & Farpoint Films
1240 Ellice Ave.
Winnipeg, MB  R3G 0E8
(204)222-3755
kyle@farpointfims.com

SPACER
Prod/Dir:Guy Roland
Prod.Co:Opti-Mystic Pictures
4729 Cove Cliff Rd.
N. Vancouver, BC  V7G 1H7
(604)834-4345
grolando@shaw.ca

SYNAESTHETIC ANAESTHESIA
Prod/Dir:John Kneller
Prod.Co: John Kneller
53 Ellsworth Ave.
Toronto, ON  M6G 2K4
(416)651-7359
arnell@interlog.com

MULTICULTURAL

BREAKIN’ IN: The Making of A Hip Hop Dancer
Prod: Silva Basmajian
Dir: Elizabeth St. Philip
Prod.Co:NFB
3155 Côte de Liesse
St-Laurent, QC  H4N 2N4
(514)283-9805
international@nfb.ca

HISTOIRE DE SABLE
Prod: Yves Bisaillon
Dir: Hyacinthe Combary
Prod.Co:NFB
3155 Côte de Liesse
St-Laurent, QC H4N 2N4
(514)-283-9805
festivals@nfb.ca

IN THE SHADOW OF GOLD MOUNTAIN
Prod: Tamara Lynch
Dir: Karen Cho
Prod.Co:NFB
3155 Côte de Liesse
St-Laurent, QC  H4N 2N4
(514)283-9805
festivals@nfb.ca

PRIA
Prod: Gerry Lattmann
Dir: Theodore Bezaire
Prod.Co:The Dot Film Company
4 Paisley Blvd.
Mississauga, ON L5A 1P2
(647)889-3363
gerry@dotfilms.ca

SEEKING SALVATION
Prod: S. Wyeth Clarkson/Phillip Daniels
Dir: Phillip Daniels
Prod.Co:Travesty Productions
398 Adelaide St. W., Suite 609
Toronto, ON  M5V 1S7
(416)968-6206
travesty@travestyproductions.com

NATURE/ENVIRONMENT

APOCALYPSE COW: The Mad Cow Story Part II
Prod/Dir:Ray Burley
Prod.Co:CBC
205 Wellington St. W.
Toronto, ON M5V 3G7
(416)205-6912
tnot@toronto.cbc.ca

ARKTIKA: The Russian Dream That Failed
Prod: Betsy Carson/Gary Marcuse
Dir: Gary Marcuse
Prod.Co:Face to Face Media Ltd.
1818 Grant St.
Vancouver, BC  V5L 2Y8
(604)251-0770
carson@smartt.com

LOUISIANA FENCELINE: God’s Hand in Cancer Alley
Prod/Dir:Mark Hamilton
Prod.Co:Fourth Line Films
5336 4th Line, R.R. # 3
Rockwood, ON N0B 2K0
(519)856-2157
mhamilton@icsl.ca

PRESTIGE: Recette Pour Une Catastrophe
Prod: Hélène Leroux
Dir: Yves Lévesque
Prod.Co:Radio- Canada
1400, Boul. René-Lévesque Est –
10e étage
Montréal, QC H2L 2M2
(514)597-4381
isabelle_brousseau@radio-canada.ca

SHIPBREAKERS
Prod: Ed Barreveld/Michael Kot/Peter Starr
Dir: Michael Kot
Prod.Co:Storyline Entertainment/NFB
3155 Côte de Liesse
St-Laurent, QC H4N 2N4
(514)283-9805
festivals@nfb.ca

PERFORMING ARTS/ENTERTAINMENT

BEETHOVEN OPUS 59 NO 3, ALLEGRO MOLTO
Prod/Dir:John Bolton
Prod.Co:JB Productions
4-3596 W. 27th Ave.
Vancouver, BC  V6S 1P8
(604)817-9556
jbproductions@telus.net

THE LANGUAGE OF LOVE
Prod: Gail McIntyre/Eileen Thalenberg
Dir: Eileen Thalenberg
Prod.Co:Stormy Nights Productions Inc.
1033 Bay St. Suite 320
Toronto, ON  M5S 3A5
(416)927-1535
stormynights@bellnet.ca

MY 48 PONTIAC
Prod: Kerrie Long
Dir: Michael Hamm
Prod.Co:Michael Hamm
202-10816A-82 Ave.
Edmonton, AB T6E 2B3
(780)439-5322
michael@frame30.com

RANDY BACHMAN: Jazz Thing
Prod: Terry Stapleton
Prod.Co:CBC
205 Wellington St. W., Rm. 7-A-205
Toronto, ON M5V 3G7
(416)205-5633
victoria_goodfellow@cbc.ca

SHADOW PLEASURES
Prod: Peter Gentile
Dir: Veronica Tennant
Prod.Co:Eccentric Things Inc.
148 Parliament St.
Toronto, ON M5A 2Z1
(416)934-1100
peter@mdfproductions.com

SCIENCE/MEDICINE

AVATAR: Le Récit D’une Longue et Lente Transformation
Prod/Dir:Pauline Voisard
Prod.Co:Vidéo Femmes
291, rue Saint-Vallier Est, bureau 104
Québec, QC  G1K 3P5
(418)529-9188
production@videofemmes.org

CLOSTRIDIUM DIFFICILE
Prod: Hélène Leroux
Dir: Pierre Tonietto
Prod.Co:Radio-Canada
1400, Boul. René-Lévesque Est –
10e étage
Montréal, QC H2L 2M2
(514)597-4381
isabelle_brousseau@radio-canada.ca

CLOT BUSTERS
Prod/Dir:David Tucker
Prod.Co:CBC
205 Wellington St. W.
Toronto, ON M5V 3G7
(416)205-6912
tnot@toronto.cbc.ca

O.COM: Cybersex Addiction
Prod: Nick Orchard/Melanie Wood
Dir: Melanie Wood
Prod.Co:Soapbox Productions Inc./Stranger
Productions Inc.
Suite 106 – 1260 Lynn Valley Rd.
Vancouver , BC V7J 2A3
(604)983-2555
eva@soapboxproductions.ca

THE NATURE OF THINGS – Sex, Lies and Secrecy:
Dissecting Hysterectomy
Prod/Dir:Carol Moore-Ede
Prod.Co:CBC
205 Wellington St. W.
Toronto, ON M5V 3G7
(416)205-6912
tnot@toronto.cbc.ca

Craft Categories

ART DIRECTION

Carl Laudan for
THE BIG THING
Prod/Dir:Carl Laudan
Prod.Co:Cineman Films Inc.
3954 Mentaua
Montreal, QC  H2L 3R8
(514)523-6678
thebigthing@mac.com

Astrid Janson for
SHADOW PLEASURES
Prod: Peter Gentile
Dir: Veronica Tennant
Prod.Co:Eccentric Things Inc.
148 Parliament St.
Toronto, ON  M5A 2Z1
(416)934-1100
peter@mdfproductions.com

Mark Gabriel for
YELLOW BIRD
Prod: Steven N. Bray
Dir: Jessie Wallace
Prod.Co:Smiling Toad Pictures Inc.
2180 Headon Forest Dr.
Burlington, ON  L7M 2X1
(416)858-4841
jwallace@smilingtoadpictures.com

DIRECTOR – FICTION

Henry Sarwer-Foner for
HATCHING, MATCHING AND DISPATCHING
Prod: Mary Sexton
Dir: Henry Sarwer-Foner
Prod.Co:2M Innovative Inc.
683 Water St., 2nd Floor
St. John’s, NL  A1E 1B5
(709)739-9055
msexton@nfld.com

Denise Blinn for
THE PORCELAIN PUSSY
Prod: Trish Neufeld
Dir: Denise Blinn
Prod.Co:Canadian Film Center
2489 Baview Ave.
Toronto, ON  M2L 1A8
(416)445-1446 ext 323
flowinfo@cdnfilmcentre.com

Veronica Tennant for
SHADOW PLEASURES
Prod: Peter Gentile
Dir: Veronica Tennant
Prod.Co:Eccentric Things Inc.
148 Parliament St.
Toronto, ON  M5A 2Z1
(416)934-1100
peter@mdfproductions.com

DIRECTOR NON-FICTION

Jocelyne Clarke for
EDITH AND MICHEL
Prod: Paul Lapointe
Dir: Jocelyne Clarke
Prod.Co:Les Productions Érézi Inc.
3295 Ridgewood, #8
Montreal, QC  H3V 1B4
(514)342-7668
erezi@videotron.ca

Michael Kot for
SHIPBREAKERS
Prod: Ed Barreveld/Michael Kot/Peter Starr
Dir: Michael Kot
Prod.Co:Storyline Entertainment/NFB
3155 Côte de Liesse
St-Laurent, QC  H4N 2N4
(514)283-9805
festivals@nfb.ca

Helen Doyle for
SOUPIRS D’ÂME
Prod: Helen Doyle/Germain Bonneau
Dir: Helen Doyle
Prod.Co:Vidéo Femmes
291, rue Saint-Vallier Est, bureau 104
Québec, QC  G1K 3P5
(418)529-9188
info@videofemmes.org

EDITING – FICTION

Robert Swartz for
MILO 55160
Prod: Matthew Cervi
Dir: David Ostry
Prod.Co:Canadian Film Centre
2489 Baview Ave.
Toronto, ON  M2L 1A8
(416)445-1446 ext. 323
flowinfo@cdnfilmcentre.com

Robert Swartz for
THE PORCELAIN PUSSY
Prod: Trish Neufeld
Dir: Denise Blinn
Prod.Co:Canadian Film Center
2489 Baview Ave.
Toronto, ON  M2L 1A8
(416)445-1446 ext 323
flowinfo@cdnfilmcentre.com

Andy Attalai for
SHADOW PLEASURES
Prod: Peter Gentile
Dir: Veronica Tennant
Prod.Co:Eccentric Things Inc.
148 Parliament St.
Toronto, ON  M5A 2Z1
(416)934-1100
peter@mdfproductions.com

EDITING – NON-FICTION

David Murray for
CLOT BUSTERS
Prod/Dir:David Tucker
Prod.Co:CBC
205 Wellington St.W., Room 7-A-205
Toronto, ON  M5V 3G7
(416)205-5633
victoria_goodfellow@cbc.ca

Tim Kirkwood for
THE LANGUAGE OF LOVE
Prod: Gail McIntyre/Eileen Thalenberg
Dir: Eileen Thalenberg
Prod.Co:Stormy Nights Productions Inc.
1033 Bay St. Suite 320
Toronto, ON  M5S 3A5
(416)927-1535
stormynights@bellnet.ca

Kerry Davie for
SEEKING SALVATION
Prod: S. Wyeth Clarkson/Phillip Daniels
Dir: Phillip Daniels
Prod.Co:Travesty Productions
398 Adelaide St. W., Suite 609
Toronto, ON  M5V 1S7
(416)968-6206
travesty@travestyproductions.com

ORIGINAL MUSIC – FICTION

Judith Gruber-Stitzer for
L’HOMME SANS OMBRE
Prod: Georges Schwizgebel/Marcel Jean
Dir: Georges Schwizgebel
Prod.Co:NFB/Studio GDS
3155 Côte de Liesse
St-Laurent, QC  H4N 2N4
(514)283-9805
festivals@nfb.ca

John Gwzoski, Rick Hyslop and Anne Bourne for
SHADOW PLEASURES
Prod: Peter Gentile
Dir: Veronica Tennant
Prod.Co:Eccentric Things Inc.
148 Parliament St.
Toronto, ON  M5A 2Z1
(416)934-1100
peter@mdfproductions.com

Ryan Latham for
YELLOW BIRD
Prod: Steven N. Bray
Dir: Jessie Wallace
Prod.Co:Smiling Toad Pictures Inc.
2180 Headon Forest Dr.
Burlington, ON  L7M 2X1
(416)858-4841
jwallace@smilingtoadpictures.com

ORIGINAL MUSIC – NON-FICTION

Phil Strong, Kiran Ahluwalia, Shahid Ali Khan,
Ravi Naimpally, Ben Grossman and Mark Korven for
CONTINUOUS JOURNEY
Prod/Dir:Ali Kazimi
Prod.Co:Peripheral Visions Film and Video Inc.
388 Indian Grove
Toronto, ON  M6P 2H5
(416)850-5963
ali.kazimi@sympatico.ca

Judith Gruber-Stitzer for
EDITH AND MICHEL
Prod: Paul Lapointe
Dir: Jocelyne Clarke
Prod.Co:Les Productions Érézi Inc.
3295 Ridgewood, #8
Montreal, QC  H3V 1B4
(514)342-7668
erezi@videotron.ca

Chris Crilly for
THEIR BROTHERS’ KEEPERS – Orphaned by AIDS
Prod: Catherine Mullins
Dir: Green Lion Productions Inc.
Prod.Co:20223 Lakeshore Rd.
Baie d’Urfé, QC  H9X 1P9
(514)457-5555
cmullins@greenlionfilms.com

OVERALL SOUND – FICTION

Mark Gingras and John Laing for
MILO 55160
Prod: Matthew Cervi
Dir: David Ostry
Prod.Co:Canadian Film Centre
2489 Baview Ave.
Toronto, ON  M2L 1A8
(416)445-1446 ext. 323
flowinfo@cdnfilmcentre.com

Orest Sushko and David Rose for
SHADOW PLEASURES
Prod: Peter Gentile
Dir: Veronica Tennant
Prod.Co:Eccentric Things Inc.
148 Parliament St.
Toronto, ON  M5A 2Z1
(416)934-1100
peter@mdfproductions.com

Normand Roger and Denis Chartrand for
À TRAVERS MES GROSSES LUNETTES
Prod: Marcel Jean/David Reiss-Anderson
Dir: Pjotr Sapegin
Prod.Co:NFB
3155 Côte de Liesse
St-Laurent, QC  H4N 2N4
(514)283-9805
festivals@nfb.ca

OVERALL SOUND – NON-FICTION

Steve Cupani for
THE CANADIAN EXPERIENCE: The 13th Mission
Prod: Bette Thompson
Dir: Jerry Thompson
Prod.Co:CBC
205 Wellington St.W., Rm 7-A-205
Toronto, ON  M5V 3G7
(416)205-5633
victoria_goodfellow@cbc.ca

Jeff Wolpert for
THE LANGUAGE OF LOVE
Prod: Gail McIntyre/Eileen Thalenberg
Dir: Eileen Thalenberg
Prod.Co:Stormy Nights Productions Inc.
1033 Bay St. Suite 320
Toronto, ON  M5S 3A5
(416)927-1535
stormynights@bellnet.ca

John Martin for
SHIPBREAKERS
Prod: Ed Barreveld/Michael Kot/Peter Starr
Dir: Michael Kot
Prod.Co:Storyline Entertainment/NFB
3155 Côte de Liesse
St-Laurent, QC  H4N 2N4
(514)283-9805
festivals@nfb.ca

PERFORMANCE – FEMALE

Samantha Espie for
THE CANADIAN EXPERIENCE: The 13th Mission
Prod: Bette Thompson
Dir: Jerry Thompson
Prod.Co:CBC
205 Wellington St.W., Rm 7-A-205
Toronto, ON  M5V 3G7
(416)205-5633
victoria_goodfellow@cbc.ca

Mary Walsh for
HATCHING, MATCHING AND DISPATCHING
Prod: Mary Sexton
Dir: Henry Sarwer-Foner
Prod.Co:2M Innovative Inc.
683 Water St., 2nd Floor
St. John’s, NL  A1E 1B5
(709)739-9055
msexton@nfld.com

Shauna MacDonald for
THE PORCELAIN PUSSY
Prod: Trish Neufeld
Dir: Denise Blinn
Prod.Co:Canadian Film Center
2489 Baview Ave.
Toronto, ON  M2L 1A8
(416)445-1446 ext 323
flowinfo@cdnfilmcentre.com

PERFORMANCE – MALE

Aron Tager for
GOLD
Prod/Dir:  Armen Kazazian
Prod.Co: MadPigeon/Oceansize Films
459A Parliament St.
Toronto, ON  M5A 3A3
(416)923-5797
madpigeon@sympatico.ca

Mark McKinney for
HATCHING, MATCHING AND DISPATCHING
Prod: Mary Sexton
Dir: Henry Sarwer-Foner
Prod.Co:2M Innovative Inc.
683 Water St., 2nd Floor
St. John’s, NL  A1E 1B5
(709)739-9055
msexton@nfld.com

Patrick McKenna for
MILO 55160
Prod: Matthew Cervi
Dir: David Ostry
Prod.Co:Canadian Film Centre
2489 Baview Ave.
Toronto, ON  M2L 1A8
(416)445-1446 ext. 323
flowinfo@cdnfilmcentre.com

PHOTOGRAPHY – FICTION

Derek Rogers for
THE PORCELAIN PUSSY
Prod: Trish Neufeld
Dir: Denise Blinn
Prod.Co:Canadian Film Center
2489 Baview Ave.
Toronto, ON  M2L 1A8
(416)445-1446 ext 323
flowinfo@cdnfilmcentre.com

Paul Tolton for
SHADOW PLEASURES
Prod: Peter Gentile
Dir: Veronica Tennant
Prod.Co:Eccentric Things Inc.
148 Parliament St.
Toronto, ON  M5A 2Z1
(416)934-1100
peter@mdfproductions.com

Christopher Sargent for
YELLOW BIRD
Prod: Steven N. Bray
Dir: Jessie Wallace
Prod.Co:Smiling Toad Pictures Inc.
2180 Headon Forest Dr.
Burlington, ON  L7M 2X1
(416)858-4841
jwallace@smilingtoadpictures.com

PHOTOGRAPHY – NON-FICTION

Andy Binnington and Stephan Adamcryck for
CLOT BUSTERS
Prod/Dir:David Tucker
Prod.Co:CBC
205 Wellington St.W., Room 7-A-205
Toronto, ON  M5V 3G7
(416)205-5633
victoria_goodfellow@cbc.ca

Neville Ottey for
THE LANGUAGE OF LOVE
Prod: Gail McIntyre/Eileen Thalenberg
Dir: Eileen Thalenberg
Prod.Co:Stormy Nights Productions Inc.
1033 Bay St. Suite 320
Toronto, ON  M5S 3A5
(416)927-1535
stormynights@bellnet.ca

Alberto Feio for
THEIR BROTHERS’ KEEPERS – Orphaned by AIDS
Prod: Catherine Mullins
Dir: Green Lion Productions Inc.
Prod.Co:20223 Lakeshore Rd.
Baie d’Urfé, QC  H9X 1P9
(514)457-5555
cmullins@greenlionfilms.com

RESEARCH DOCUMENTARY

Jean-Pierre Rogel for
PRESTIGE: Recette Pour Une Catastrophe
Prod: Hél?ne Leroux
Dir: Yves Lévesque
Prod.Co:Radio-Canada
1400, Boul. René-Lévesque Est – 10e étage
Montréal, QC  H2L 2M2
(514)597-4381
isabelle_brousseau@radio-canada.ca

Gail McIntyre and Carol Moore Ede for
THE NATURE OF THINGS – Sex, Lies and Secrecy:
Dissecting Hysterectomy
Prod/Dir:Carol Moore-Ede
Prod.Co:CBC
205 Wellington St. W., Room 7-A-205
Toronto, ON  M5V 3G7
(416)205-5633
victoria_goodfellow@cbc.ca

Tobe Duggan for
THE TRUE INTREPID
Prod: Wayne Sheldon/Kevin Dunn
Dir: Terry McEvoy
Prod.Co:MidCanada Production Services Inc.
509 Century St
Winnipeg, MB  R3H 0L8
(204)772-0368
danielle@midcan.com

WRITING – FICTION

Mary Walsh and Ed Macdonald for
HATCHING, MATCHING AND DISPATCHING
Prod: Mary Sexton
Dir: Henry Sarwer-Foner
Prod.Co:2M Innovative Inc.
683 Water St., 2nd Floor
St. John’s, NL  A1E 1B5
(709)739-9055
msexton@nfld.com

Andrew Kelm for
THE PORCELAIN PUSSY
Prod: Trish Neufeld
Dir: Denise Blinn
Prod.Co:Canadian Film Center
2489 Baview Ave.
Toronto, ON  M2L 1A8
(416)445-1446 ext 323
flowinfo@cdnfilmcentre.com

Pjotr Sapegin and David Reiss-Andersen for
? TRAVERS MES GROSSES LUNETTES
Prod: Marcel Jean/David Reiss-Anderson
Dir: Pjotr Sapegin
Prod.Co:NFB
3155 Côte de Liesse
St-Laurent, QC  H4N 2N4
(514)283-9805
festivals@nfb.ca

WRITING – NON-FICTION

John Curtin for
LAST DANCE: The Life & Times of Rex Harrington
Prod/Dir:John Curtin
Prod.Co:Kaos Productions Inc.
2120 rue St-Andre, Suite 5
Montreal, QC  H2L 3V1
(514)848-9944
jcurtin@kaosfilms.com

Helen Doyle for
SOUPIRS D’ÂME
Prod: Helen Doyle/Germain Bonneau
Dir: Helen Doyle
Prod.Co:Vidéo Femmes
291, rue Saint-Vallier Est, bureau 104
Québec, QC  G1K 3P5
(418)529-9188
info@videofemmes.org

Tasha Hubbard for
TWO WORLDS COLLIDING
Prod: Bonnie Thompson
Dir: Tasha Hubbard
Prod.Co:NFB
3155 Côte de Liesse
St-Laurent, QC  H4N 2N4
(514)283-9805
festivals@nfb.ca

BEST OF SASKATCHEWAN

CRIME STORIES
Prod: Nova Herman
Dir: Chris Triffo
Prod.Co:Partners In Motion
2704 10th Ave.
Regina,SK  S4T 1E9
(306)545-2204
jstecyk@partnersinmotion.com

Ekospi Namew: At The Time Of The Sturgeon
Prod/Dir:Dennis Jackson
Prod.Co:Dark Thunder Productions
2508 Tomilinson Cres.
Saskatoon,SK  S7L 3N2
(306)384-3412
dennis.jackson@sasktel.net

ESCAPE FROM IRAN: The Hollywood Option
Prod: Nova Herman
Dir: Chris Triffo
Prod.Co:Partners In Motion
2704 10th Ave.
Regina,SK  S4T 1E9
(306)545-2204
jstecyk@partnersinmotion.com

INDECENTLY EXPOSED
Prod: Michael Snook
Dir: Trevor Grant
Prod.Co:WestWind Pictures Ltd
#402-2206 Dewdney Ave.
Regina, SK  S4R 1H3
(306)777-0160
markbradley@westwindpictures.com

STRANGERS IN THEIR OWN LAND
Prod: Lori Kuffner
Dir: David Belluz
Prod.Co:Cooper Rock Pictures Inc.
375 – 1933 8th Ave.
Regina, SK  S4R 1E9
(306)790-5691
lkuffner@cooperrock.com

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A few nice movie images I found:

Transformers Optimus Prime – modo robot (Movie leader)
movie

Nombre: Optimus Prime
Afiliación: Autobot
Línea: Movie
Tamaño: Leader
Año: 2006
Número de adquisición: 32

Uno de los mejores diseños que he visto en Transformers recientemente y uno de los mejores de la película. La transformación es bastante compleja y divertida. El modo robot es excelente, super articulado y se puede poner en poses muy divertidas y el modo alterno es muy real. Hubiera preferido sin las llamas, pero igual no me molestan mucho.

Un gran regalo de un gran amigo. Muchas gracias bro!

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Transformers Optimus Prime – modo alterno (Movie leader)
movie

Nombre: Optimus Prime
Afiliación: Autobot
Línea: Movie
Tamaño: Leader
Año: 2006
Número de adquisición: 32

Uno de los mejores diseños que he visto en Transformers recientemente y uno de los mejores de la película. La transformación es bastante compleja y divertida. El modo robot es excelente, super articulado y se puede poner en poses muy divertidas y el modo alterno es muy real. Hubiera preferido sin las llamas, pero igual no me molestan mucho.

Un gran regalo de un gran amigo. Muchas gracias bro!

transformers-mdverde.blogspot.com

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box[ur]shorts Announces 1st Awards Night in Hollywood — International Festival ‘Boxes’ Short Films, Creates New Platform for Viewers at Restaurants, Coffee Houses & Laundromats











Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) December 1, 2006

box[ur]shorts Film Festival, a yearlong short film exhibition taking place internationally at restaurants, bars, coffee houses and laundromats in cities from Los Angeles and New York to Basel, Switzerland and Hiroshima, Japan, today announced its first annual awards night will take place at the Karma Coffeehouse, 1544 N Cahuenga Blvd, in Hollywood on Tuesday, December 19. Doors open at 6 pm and the event starts at 7.

box[ur]shorts, a new form of short film exhibition and concept created by festival directors Giacun Caduff and Ryan Reichenfeld, is an innovative approach to watching movies that becomes part of viewers’ everyday experiences — something one can do while waiting for a table at a restaurant or hanging out at a favorite coffee house.

“Our goal is to bring short films to new audiences and to establish a direct connection between filmmakers and their viewer. We do this by screening at places where the audience has time to watch a short; be that at a coffee shop, laundry store, bar, etc. It’s entertainment to bridge waits along with online streaming of the films – this is how we hope to create a new platform for short films,” says Caduff.

On the box[ur]shorts concept, Denise Mann, Co-chair, Producers Program, and Assistant Professor, UCLA Department of Film, TV and Digital Media comments, “The art-house is no longer hidden away in some small, dank theater, but readily available. There’s an immediacy to this way of experiencing film that is refreshing and exciting.”

box[ur]shorts Film Festival has shown all competing movies during the year in artistic movie jukeboxes at international locations. The films are programmed in four seasons and loop non-stop on different size LCD screens inside boxes and also gives the viewer an option to make a selection from an interactive menu.

The first box[ur]shorts Film Festival Award Night will open its doors for the public to enjoy their top 15 movies on the big screen. Pre-registration to attend the private party event is required at http://www.boxurshorts.com. Chosen by an industry panel of diverse judges, the films will be lined up in a countdown screening for the evening. Based on the judges’ selections, filmmakers will be awarded Golden, Silver, and Bronze box[ur]shorts trophies. And, one filmmaker will receive the box[ur]shorts Audience Award as voted on and selected by the audience both online and that evening. Access more information about box[ur]shorts Film Festival at: http://www.boxurshorts.com

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Short Film Site UnderGroundFilm Hosts ‘All-SonnyBoo-Week’










Columbus, OH (PRWEB) January 17, 2005

Long running short film site UNDERGROUNDFILM.ORG is hosting a weeklong “All-Sonnyboo Week” premiering one new Sonnyboo short film every day. The new short films from Sonnyboo are joining the 30+ short films that have been showing on the Internet site since January 2000. No registration or pay required to watch any of the movies on Undergroundfilm.

“Undergroundfilm has been around since movies on the web began and they’re still going strong”, says Peter John Ross, Producer/Director with Sonnyboo Productions. “This site is far better quality presentation than Ifilm or Atomfilms. Who likes to watch commercials or pay to see video in high quality?”

Movies set to begin showing on Undergroundfilm from Sonnyboo include the award winning short ALWAYS LATE, Audience Award winner for the 48 Hour Film Project, the scene from the upcoming feature film “Horrors of War,” and several more. Most of the Sonnyboo catalog of short films have been playing on the site since the 6 part BACK OFFICE series of shorts, for which writer/director Peter John Ross was terminated from his brokerage job in 2000.

2005 already begin with the UK’s 3BTV having “Sonnyboo Days” where they exclusively played Sonnyboo content for 4 consecutive days. Using the Internet to present and exhibit short form entertainment has been the highest priority for Sonnyboo Productions, as is evident with the award-winning site Sonnyboo.com and the amount of traffic it gets now.

Several Sonnyboo short films are to play at film festivals as varied as the Central Nebraska Film Festival on January 28th, the Cinemaslam screenings in Ann Arbor Michigan Feb 8th, and the Panartist Global Shows at the London Shakespearean Globe theatre England February 28th, which will be simulcast on the web live.

Panartists UK Colin Chapman says, “Award winning film maker Peter John Ross is a versatile artist with more than over a hundred film and music in his curriculum vitae. From comedy to drama Ross’s success resides in an open quirky narrative and a very inventive plot providing actors with loads of support and free expression in his entertaining and arty films.”

About Undergroundfilm

Undergroundfilm has been a pioneer with presenting web video and short films via the Internet since 1999. As a non-profit organization, Undergroundfilm is focused on how to best to serve the twin communities of creative filmmakers and the audience that wants to view their work. Undergroundfilm is building a framework for content creators and owners to get their work where they want it most: in front of an audience. Undergroundfilm delivers video everywhere the Internet goes: on computer monitors, television sets, cellular phones, projected on screens, and whatever the next new distribution opportunity might be.

About award winning filmmaker Peter John Ross & Sonnyboo Productions

Microcinema Magazine says, “Ross will remain one of the all-time innovative leaders in the Microcinema movement.” Projects directed by Peter John Ross have been broadcast on Bravo UK, Tech TV, & Movieola the short film channel. Peter John Ross & Sonnyboo films have been noted in such publications as Computer Arts, RES Magazine, Film & Video Magazine, LA Weekly, Film Threat, the Village Voice, & Internet Video Magazine. More info & all of his short films are available online at the award winning site http://www.sonnyboo.com More info & all of his short films are available online at the award winning site     http://www.sonnyboo.com

Contact Info : Peter John Ross

5759 Tamarack Blvd, STE A

Columbus, OH 43229

(614) 378-5941 / FAX (614) 863-1143

EMAIL: ross@sonnyboo.com

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