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Dec 282012

no life, no guard (film version)
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Camera: Canon EOS 3
Lens: Canon EF 35mm f/2.0
Film: Fuji Superia 200

New year’s day at Ammoudara beach. Best viewed Large, On Black.

Some of you are maybe experiencing "déjà vu" here… This was taken the same day as the other one, but since the film camera is full-frame, I could use the full 35mm of the lens to get a wider angle, so I tried a different approach. I have to admit I like this photo way better than the other one, for too many reasons :-)

V019

HATCHING, MATCHING AND

DISPATCHING

Comedy

45:00

p: Mary Sexton

d: Henry Sarwer-Foner

ad: Marty Sexton

pe: Todd Foster

dop: Milan Podsedly

m: Alan Doyle/Ron Hynes

sw: Ed Macdonald/Mary Walsh

os: Doug Johnston/Don Dixon

r: Mary Walsh/Rick Boland

Prod Co: 2M Innovative Inc.

Contact: Mary Sexton

2M Innovative Inc.

683 Water St., 2nd Floor

St. John’s, NL A1E 1B5

(709)739-9055

msexton@nfld.com

In outport Newfoundland, there is often one

enterprising family who literally taxi the

residents of the town from the cradle to grave -

offering wedding, funeral and ambulance

services all under the same roof as their family

home.

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HATE MACHINE,THE

Experimental

04:45

p: Philippe Caron

d: Philippe Caron

ad: Philippe Caron

pe: Rob Thompson

dop: Rob Thompson

sw: Philippe Caron

os: Douglas Von Rosen

Contact: Philippe Caron

46 – 145 Stewart St.

Ottawa, ON K1N 6J4

(613)565-2355

philcar@sympatico.ca

‘The Hate Machine’ explores the subjective

process of creating videos by manipulating

innocent material into something deeply

disturbing. Produced in reaction to media

inspired xenophobia, this video explores the

simplicity of creating hate.

V338

HEALTH HAZARD

Comedy

03:45

p: Pascal Trottier

d: Pascal Trottier

ad: Isabelle Nuckle

pe: Pascal Trottier

dop: David Cote

m: Max Ferderber

sw: Pascal Trottier

os: Pascal Trottier

Prod Co: Source Productions

Contact: Pascal Trottier

Brainchild Pictures

79A Marquette St.

Ottawa, ON K1L 5J9

(613)220-6897

trottierpascal@hotmail.com

An unhealthy man is attacked by his own filth.

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HER BRILLIANT CAREER

Documentary Social/Political

50:00

p: Patricia Gabel/Ian McLaren

d: Ian McLaren

pe: François Valcour

dop: Patrice Puiberneau/Collin Allison

m: Bill Gagnon/Serge Vallières

sw: Patricia Gabel

os: Patricia Gabel

r: Alain Blais/Martin Messier

Contact: Ian McLaren

Productions Grand Nord

1600 de Lorimier Ave., Suite 393

Montreal, QC H2K 3W5

(514)521-7433

imclaren@grandnord.ca

This documentary looks at discrimination in

the workplace and the economic world in a

different way, a way based on sex and issues

of masculine identity. How male groups strive

to drive out or drive down women who do not

adopt the values and behavior of masculine

identity in the workplace.

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HIGH SCHOOL CONFIDENTIAL

Children/Youth Productions

30:00

p: Bill Stampe/Daniel Hargrove

d: Daniel Hargrove

ad: Melody Lindblom

pe: John Mills

43

dop: Daniel Hargrove

m: Adelaide-Andrew Dickson

sw: Daniel Hargrove/Bill Stampe

os: Nicole Stampe

r: Glenn Ens

Prod Co: Cinepost Films Ltd.

Contact: Bill Stampe

Cinepost Films

269 B Third Ave. S.

Saskatoon, SK S7K 1M3

(306)244-7788

stampe@cinepostfilms.com

H.S.C. is a forum for scholars to share their

work and interest in video production in a

weekly television show. The show is hosted by,

caters for and is largely created by students. It

is the ultimate forum for self expression in any

video format.

V376

HISTOIRE DE SABLE

Multicultural

48:26

p: Yves Bisaillon

d: Hyacinthe Combary

pe: José Heppell

sw: Hyacinthe Combary

r: Hyacinthe Combary

Prod/Dist Co: NFB

Contact: Madeleine Bélisle

NFB

3155 Côte de Liesse

St-Laurent, QC H4N 2N4

(514)-283-9805

festivals@nfb.ca

In filming Aboriginal people, Hyacinthe

creates a moving cinematic dialogue between

the Gourmantche of Burkina Faso and the men

of the Taiga.

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HITMAN, THE

Documentary Point of View

41:09

p: Jacques W. Lina

d: Roger Cantin

pe: Maxime-Claude L’Écuyer

dop: Denis Dubuc/Hugo Regimbal

m: Jean-Pierre Limoges

sw: Alain Stanké/Roger Cantin

os: Alain Blais/Martin Messier

r: Alain Stanké

Prod Co: ORBI-XXI Productions Inc.

Contact: Jacques W. Lina

ORBI-XXI Productions Inc.

2006 rue Plessus, Suite 300

Montreal, QC H2L 2Y3

(514)843-6919

jwlina@orbi-xxi.ca

A hitman has killed over 15 people and

participated in some 35 other deadly hits. He

then became a risk against his employers.

They’ve decided to silence him. With both the

mob and the police on his back, he decided to

turn into an informer. With a new life, a new

face and a new identity, he is now considered

a model in his community. An unbelievable but

true story.


dr who on set of new film
film

Matt Smith, the current Dr Who, in Belfast for the making of a new film, "Christopher And His Kind". The film traces the formative years of Christopher Isherwood, an aspiring writer escaping repressed English society for hedonistic, politically unstable Berlin in the 1930s. Despite being unable to speak a word of German, “Ishyvoo” discovers the decadent Weimar cabaret scene and becomes intoxicated by the city’s thriving gay subculture. Soon heart-broken by a doomed gay affair, he sets out to discover himself – and the writing voice of his classic 1930s novels. Picture: Cliff Donaldson

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