Feb 092013

Apocalypse film
film

If the apocalypse happens, I think you’d want to capture it on film instead of digital.

Vivitar Ultra Wide and Slim with Kodak Elitechrome EBX 35mm ISO100 slide film cross-processed as a color negative. No other effects added. Development by Tempe Camera. 15th shot posted from roll.

NEWS RELEASE
Tuesday, April 17, 2007
For release at 10:30 a.m.
Yorkton is site of film premiere in Saskatchewan
Canadian screen icon to attend event

The Alzheimer Society of Saskatchewan, Sunrise Health Region, and the Yorkton Short Film and
Video Festival are teaming up to present the Saskatchewan premiere of a feature film production
May 23rd in Yorkton. Released by Capri Films, Away From Her marks the directorial debut of
Canadian actor Sarah Polley. Produced by Atom Egoyan and Doug Mankoff, the film is a heartfelt
look at Alzeheimer’s disease and how it can affect relationships. The film stars a stellar cast
including Julie Christie, Olympia Dukakis, and Canadian screen legend Gordon Pinsent. Pinsent
is scheduled to attend the premiere event in Yorkton.

“We couldn’t be happier to have Mr. Pinsent on hand for this important event that brings
attention to such a progressive, degenerative disease affecting families throughout our
communities,” says Louise Belanger, Community Health Educator, for Sunrise. “Sunrise would
like to thank the Yorkton Film Festival for allowing us the opportunity to team-up with them for
such a worthy cause.”

The film premiere runs May 23rd, 2007 at 6:30 p.m. at the Tower Theatre in Yorkton. At the
conclusion of the film, a question and answer session with Gordon Pinsent is scheduled, followed
by a wine and cheese reception. Tickets for the event are available from the Yorkton Film
Festival, and the Alzheimer Society of Saskatchewan for $ 25. After expenses, all proceeds from
the event go to the Alzheimer Society of Saskatchewan for Alzheimer-related programs
throughout the Health Region.

“This event acts as a nice prelude to the 60th anniversary celebrations of the Yorkton Short Film
and Video Festival,” says Festival Executive Director, Fay Kowal. “The Festival has developed a
tradition of recognizing excellent films and providing great learning opportunities. We welcome
the chance to co-host such an important premiere.”
The Yorkton Short Film and Video Festival is the longest running film festival in North America.
The Festival runs May 24 – 27, 2007 in Yorkton.

De Film 1930, Louise Brooks
film

Cover of De Film, 20 April 1930. De Film was a Belgium film magazine.

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Feb 052013

The Expectation of Developing Film
film

我想,那等待著自己所拍攝、自己所沖洗的過程,才是拍底片最讓人期待的一刻吧。
《Date》2009.03.??
《Location》逢甲大學
《Camera》Nikon FM2
《Lens》Nikon AIS 35mm f/2.8
《Film》Kodak T-Max 400
《Scanner》EPSON V750

Tuesday, April 17, 2007

The Premiere Event

Away from Her is a feature film based on the short story “The Bear Came Over the
Mountain” by acclaimed Canadian author Alice Munro. Away from Her tells the story of
Grant and his wife Fiona, who has Alzheimer’s disease. It stars Oscar-winning actresses
Julie Christie and Olympia Dukakis, legendary Canadian actor Gordon Pinsent, and
actor Michael Murphy. The film was written and directed by the accomplished Canadian
actress Sarah Polley.

A special screening of Away from Her is scheduled on Wednesday, May 23rd at 6:30
p.m. at the Tower Theatre in Yorkton. A panel discussion on Alzheimer’s disease
immediately follows the screening in the theatre at 8:15 p.m. Panel presenters include:
• Gordon Pinsent, featured actor in the film;

• Joanne Bracken, Executive Director for the Alzheimer Society Of Saskatchewan

. Laurie Blahay, Past President for the Alzheimer Society of Saskatchewan and Medical Social Worker for the Sunrise Health Region.

Following the panel discussion, guests are invited to attend a special reception at 8:45
p.m. with members of the panel, sponsors, and film festival dignitaries in the lobby of the
theatre. The all-inclusive ticket price to attend the events of the evening is $ 25/person.

Tickets are available from the Yorkton Short Film and Video Festival Office in Yorkton
at 49 Smith Street East Yorkton, SK S3N 0H4 or by phone at: 306.782.7077, or by
calling the Alzheimer Society of Saskatchewan at 306.949.4141 or 1.800.263.3367.

How will proceeds generated from the premiere event be
used?

Funding raised from the event will be used in the Sunrise Health Region for:
• Professional support to the four volunteer facilitated Caregiver Support and
• Information Groups and the two community based support volunteers in the Sunrise Health Region
• Education opportunities for professional care providers
• In-class Children’s Education Program for Grade three students
• Community presentations and workshops
• A Public Forum in the 2007 – 2008 Program Year

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Feb 012013

Film star Helen Twelvetrees on an elephant, Taronga Park Zoo, Sydney, 1936-7 / Sam Hood
film

Format: Silver gelatin photograph

Notes: An American actor who starred in the Australian film Thoroughbred

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About Gordon Pinsent

A forty-year veteran of theatre, film, television and radio,actor/playwright/author/director Gordon Pinsent is well known to audiences across Canada and the United States. From his many starring roles in a wide variety of television programs and feature films, we remember the recognizable characters Gordon Pinsent has created in popular Canadian culture: the title role of Quentin Durgens MP, the stuffed-shirt Member of Parliament: Will Cole in “The Rowdyman”, a sort of Tom Jones let loose in Newfoundland; John in“John and the Missus”; Edgar Sturgess, the scarlet-coated militiaman in the TV series, “AGift to Last”, written by Pinsent; Swiftwater, the Card shark in “Klondike Fever”; Sgt. Fraser Senior in “Due South”; and his GEMINI award winning performance as Duff in
Powerplay.

Clearly, Gordon Pinsent successfully balances acting and writing. His novels, “The
Rowdyman” and “John and the Missus” were both turned into feature films, Gordon
directing the latter. “The Rowdyman” was made into a musical and presented at the
Charlottetown Festival in 1976. He has co-starred with his wife, Charmion King, in two
of his plays – “Easy Down Easy” and “Brass Rubbings”, and in “Love Letters”. Gordon
wrote and starred in the CBC Movie of the Week, “Win Again”, in which he won a
GEMINI for his writing. His memoirs, “By the Way”, were published in 1994.

Born in Newfoundland, Gordon began his career at the Manitoba Theatre Centre, which
led to roles at the Stratford Festival. This was followed by Prospero in the The Tempest
at the Vancouver Playhouse, and the leading role of Cyrano at the Stevenville Festival.
He returned to the Stratford Festival to star in Trumpets and Drums. In the U.S.A.,
Gordon starred as The President of the United States in the cult movie: Colossus the
Forbin Project, and appeared in such TV series and movies as It Takes A Thief, Silence
of the North, Young Prosecutors, Banacek, and the feature film, The Thomas Crown
Affair, among others.

Gordon Pinsent has received two ACTRA Awards for his television work; three GENIE
Awards for achievements in Canadian film; five GEMINI Awards, a DORA Award for
the stage, as well as honourary doctorates at Queens, P.E.I. University and Memorial
University, Newfoundland. He was made Officer of the Order of Canada in 1979, and
promoted to Companion within the Order in 1998.

Gordon Pinsent also played the long running character of Hap Shaughnessey in the Red
Green Show, now in its tenth season, a supporting lead in the feature film, The Shipping
News and most recently, Fallen Angel for CBS and Saint Ralph for Alliance Atlantis.
Most recently, Gordon embarked on one of his most memorable projects to date. He
wrote, directed and acted in the MOW Heyday, (a period piece set during the end of
World War II), in co-ordination with Triptych Media Inc./Pope Productions which aired
in 2006.

Old 35mm film
film

One Agfa IFF 13 unexposed roll, expired.
Empty cassetes: Ilford HP3 film, Ilford FP3 film, kodak Plus-X fine grain Panchromatic, Kodak Plus-X PX 135, Agfa Isopan F, Agfa IFF 13, Gevapan Micrograin 27, Gevapan 33 film, rapid cassette.

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