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V367

MR. MERGLER’S GIFT

Documentary Biography

30:39

p: Germaine Ying Gee Wong

d: Beverly Shaffer

pe: Ben Duffield

Prod/Dist Co: NFB

Contact: Madeleine Bélisle

NFB

3155 Côte de Liesse

St-Laurent, QC H4N 2N4

(514)283-9805

festivals@nfb.ca

This film is about a moving account of a

student and her mentor, and a lyrical

reflection on the transcendent power of music.

V062

MR. REAPER’S REALLY BAD

MORNING

Animation

16:43

p: Kevin D.A. Kurytnik/Carol Beecher

d: Kevin D.A. Kurytnik/Carol Beecher

r: Tona Ohama

Prod/Dist Co: Fifteen Pound Pink

Productions

Contact: Carol Beecher

Fifteen Pound Pink Productions

6716-22 Ave. N.E.

Calgary, AB T1Y 1P4

(403)541-1527

reaper@spots.ab.ca

It’s a film about the uneasy co-existence

between life and Mr. Death.

V177

MUCHMUSIC FOREIGN ASSIGNMENT:

Inside Your Threads

Children/Youth Productions

52:00

p: Tania Natscheff

d: Tania Natscheff/Liz Marshall

pe: Alison Taylor/Marc Ricciardelli

dop: Liz Marshall

m: Deane Huges/Sue Hutton

os: Steve Brearton

Prod/Dist Co: MuchMusic

Contact: Kevin Wilson

CHUM Television

299 Queen St. W.

Toronto, ON M5V 2Z5

(416)591-7400 ext. 2573

kevin.wilson@muchmusic.com

Three popular Canadian musicians interview

young Mexican and Bangladeshi “sweatshop”

workers and examine their living and working

conditions. The show invites viewers to

compare the different standards of living

between those who create the clothes and

those who wear them.

V127

MULTIPLE SELVES OF HANNAH

MAYNARD, THE

Documentary Arts/Culture

13:50

p: Elizabeth Lazebnik/ CCA/ OAC/

Toronto Arts Council/ LIFT/Lumanity

Productions

d: Elizabeth Lazebnik

ad: Julie Ng/Elizabeth Lazebnik

pe: Aaron Albert

dop: Adam Thompson

m: Kurt Swinghammer

sw: Elizabeth Lazebnik/Jackie Reid/Julie Ng

os: Elizabeth Lazebnik

r: Julie Ng

Prod Co: CCA/OAC/Toronto Arts

Council/LIFT/Lumanity Productions

Contact: Elizabeth Lazebnik

Ellipsis Productions

300 Antibes Dr., #2218

Toronto, ON M2R 3N8

(416)663-2310

josephene@lycos.com

The Multiple Selves of Hannah Maynard’

documents a story of a pioneer Canadian

woman photographer Hannah Maynard, who

dares to open and run her own photographic

studio in Victoria, British Columbia in 19th

century. When her youngest daughter Lillie

dies, Hannah produces a set of challenging

and unique images in attempt to connect with

her beloved daughter’s spirit.

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MUSIC WORKS 10TH ANNIVERSARY

SPECIAL EPISODE

Performing Arts/Entertainment

56:50

p: Adele Cardamone

d: Adele Cardamone

pe: Paul Michel Thibault

dop: Michael Power

sw: Adele Cardamone

54

os: Marc Parizeau

Prod Co: CBC

Contact: Victoria Goodfellow

CBC

205 Wellington St. W., Rm. 7-A-205

Toronto, ON M5V 3G7

(416)205-5633

victoria_goodfellow@cbc.ca

In this film we see an entertaining

retrospective of the last 10 years of music plus

special guest appearances.

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MUSKOX PATROL, THE

Documentary History

56:15

p: Ole Gjerstad

d: Ole Gjerstad

pe: Barbara Brown

dop: Andrei Khabad

m: Dino Gianacola/Janet Lumb

sw: Ole Gjerstad

os: Jocelyne Clarke

r: Pierre Fleurant

Prod Co: Words & Pictures Videos

Dist Co: FilmWest

Contact: Ole Gjerstad

Words & Pictures Videos

3524 Clark

Montreal, QC H2X 2R8

(514)844-1064

ole@securenet.net

In 1922 a handful of Mounties were sent to

Canada’s High Arctic to fend off foreign

explorers and others with designs on the

territory. The fact that they survived is a

miracle.

V030 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BCRA- Dist. Co.

MY 48 PONTIAC

Performing Arts/Entertainment

03:14

p: Kerrie Long

d: Michael Hamm

pe: Carey Komindia

dop: Ryan McMaster

sw: Al Purdy

os: Igal Petel/Dean McElwain

Dist Co: Frame 30 Productions Ltd.

Contact: Michael Hamm

Frame 30 Productions Ltd.

202 – 10816A – 82 Ave.

Edmonton, AB T6E 2B3

(780)439-5322

michael@frame30.com

Cars are a part of our life … and part of death.

Their passage as rolling tin is a metaphor for

our passage on earth.


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