Jan 252013

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Backstage’s photo

Rose Marie Anderson

SaskPower

12 SE - 2055 Victoria Ave.

Regina, SK

S4P 0S1

(306) 566-3175

(306) 566-2548

Cheryl Ashton

NSI - Canada

Executive Director

450 - 70 Arthur St.

Winnipeg, MB

R3B 1G7

(204) 956-7800

(204) 956-5811

cheryl.ashton@nsi-canada.ca

Allan Bailey

Bailey's Funeral Home

Festival Board Member

45 - 5th Ave. N.

Yorkton, SK

S3N 1B7

(306) 783-7552

(306) 786-6868

Colleen Bailey

Access Communications

System Manager/Chair of the Saskatchewan Arts Board

22 6th Ave. N

Yorkton, SK

S3N 0X5

(306) 783-1566

Conrad Beaubien

Jury Member

526 - C Palmerson Blvd.

Toronto, ON

M6G 2P5

(416) 539-0676

(416) 530-0113

Jim Benning

SCN

President & CEO

North Block, 2440 Broad Street

Regina, Sask.

S4P 3V7

(306) 787-0490

(306) 787-0265

scn@uregina.ca

Erica Benson

Canadian Television Fund

45 Charles St. E  Ste 802

Toronto, ON

M4Y 1S2

(416) 975-0766

(416) 975-2680

Lorna Boschman

Big B Productions

1718 Victoria Dr.

Vancouver, BC

V5N 4J8

(604) 253-6792

(604) 253-3073

psim@istar.ca

John Bourgeois

Last Laff Ltd.

President

91 Neville Park Blvd.

Toronto, ON

M4E 3P7

(416) 698-9301

(416) 698-9301

bourgeois@sympatico.ca

Hildy W. Bowen

4 Square Productions

Business Affairs Manager

220 - 1808 Smith St.

Regina, SK

S4P 2N4

(306) 525-9888

(306) 525-8588

4square@sk.sympatico.ca

Todd Boyle

Fantasy World Productions

12-502 5th Ave N

Sasktoon, SK

S7N 2R2

(306) 654-2499

Debbie Breeze

Minds Eye Pictures

General Manager

2201 - 11th Ave. 3rd Flr W

Regina, SK

S4P 0T8

(306) 359-3016

(306) 359-3466

dbreeze@sk.sympatico.ca

Daniel Breton

Ganglion Films

Producer/Filmmaker

210 W 16th St #5i

New York City, NY

10011

(212) 627-8825

dan.breton@ganglionfilms.com

Sonia Bridge

1765 Graveley St.

Vancouver, BC

V5L 3A9

(604) 254-7100

(604) 253-3073

soniabridge@hotmail.com

Bob Channing

The Bay

Festival Chairperson

91 Langrill Drive

Yorkton, SK

S3N 3L9

(306) 782-2424

(306) 783-0404

Patricia Chica

Flirt Films

Director/Producer

3829 Botrel

Montreal, PQ

H4A 3G8

(514) 489-5671

(514) 4814-0706

flirt@imagene.net

Randy Clarke

Access Communications

Producer

2250 Park St.

Regina, SK

S4N 7K7

(306) 565-5378

(306) 565-5372

Darin Clausen

Karvonen Films Ltd.

Business Affairs

2001 91 Ave.

Edmonton, AB

T6P 1L1

(780) 467-7167

(780) 467-7162

darin@karvonenfilms.com

Shannon Cossette

University of Saskatchewan, D.A.V.S

Production Assistant

Rm 25 Lower Education, College of Education

Saskatoon, SK

S7N 0W1

(306) 966-6141

(306) 966-2412

shannon.cossette@sask.usask.ca

Valerie Creighton

SaskFilm

CEO/Film Commissioner

1707 College Ave.

Regina, SK

S4P 1B8

(306)347-0785

(306)359-7768

val.saskfilm@accesscom.ca

John DeCoteau

Fantasy World Productions

Associate Producer

305 26th St East Ste. 2A

Saskatoon, SK

S7K 0L9

(306) 664-9829

(306) 655-6791

decoteau@sdh.sk.ca

Simon Dekker

White Iron Productions

Supervising Producer

533, 1201 - 5 St SW

Calgary, AB

T2R 0Y6

(403) 298-4748

(403) 233-0528

sdekker@whiteiron.com

Merlin Dervisevic

Director

9 - 1565 Harwood St.

Vancouver, BC

V6G 1X8

(604) 605-0400

(604) 605-0469

boreknuckle@direct.ca

Paula Devonshire

Devonshire Productions

Producer

44 Walmer Rd, #405

Toronto, ON

M5R 2X5

(416) 924-4531

(416) 924-1573

beany@idirect.com

Rob Dewhirst

SMPIA

Executive Director

200 - 2425 13th Ave

Regina, SK

S4P 0W1

(306) 525-9899

(306) 569-1818

rob.smpia@sk.sympatico.ca

Jeff  Drake

Marketing Den

Writer

3-3002 Louise St

Sasktoon, SK

S7J 3L8

(306) 373-6233 x 323

(306) 373-3778

jeff@marketingden.com

Linda Epstein

University of Saskatchewan, D.A.V.S

Producer

RM 25 Lower Education, College of Education

Saskatoon, SK

S7N 0W1

(306) 966-6141

(306) 966-2412

linda.epstein@sask.usask.ca

Guo Fangfang

4 Square Productions

Director

220 - 1808 Smith St

Regina, SK

S4P 2N4

(306) 525-9888

(306) 525-8588

4square@sk.sympatico.ca

Pat Feindel

BC Association for Community Living

Communications & Research

300 - 30 E 6th Ave.

Vancouver, BC

V5T 4P4

(604) 875-1119

(604) 875-6744

pfeindel@bcacl.org

Mike Fleischhaker

CVS Productions

2152 Rae St.

Regina, SK

S4T 2E7

(306) 525-9350

flyboy_m@hotmail.com

Gerry Ann Fraser

Boston Pizza

Festival Board Member

226 Broadway St. E

Yorkton, SK

(306) 786-4444

(306) 786-5001

bpyorkton@sympatico.ca

Michelle Friesen

Apt 12 - 189 Vaughan Rd.

Toronto, ON

M6C 2M4

(416) 653-3056

m-freezen@yahoo.com

Matt Gallagher

Gallagher Productions

65 Broadway Ave #2305

Toronto, ON

M4P 1T9

(416) 481-0576

(416) 481-5676

Shelley Gillen

SuperChannel

Head of Creative Affairs

1950 - 505 Burrard St.

Vancouver, BC

V7X 1M6

(604) 687-2844

(604) 687-4118

lwilliams@wpt.wc.ca

Ron Goetz

Partners In Motion

Festival Board Member

2352 Smith St.

Regina, SK.

S4P 2P6

(306) 525-6361

(306) 569-9616

Felice Gorica

Gorica Productions

Producer

295 Silverbirch Ave.

Toronto, ON

M4E 3L6

(416) 691-8319

(416) 324-9594

gorica@interlog.com

Richard Gustin

SCN

Executive  Director of Prog.

North Block, 2440 Broad St.

Regina, SK

(306)787-0490

(306)787-0265

S4P 3V7

scn@uregina.ca

Edward Haffermehl

10 - 1544 Alexandra St.

Regina, SK

S4T 4N9

(306) 546-3368

ehaffermehl@hotmail.com

Ruth Hahn

Hahn Optics Co. Ltd.

Festival Board Member

12B 1st Ave. N

Yorkton, SK

S3N 1J4

(306) 782-4246

(306) 782-4246

Thomas Hale

Seven Media

Director/Producer

1660 Prince of Wales Ave.

Sasktoon, SK

S7K 3E5

(306) 221-2152

(306) 664-6166

seven@sasktoon.com

Peter Hansen

Telus

6 Hunchak Way

St. Albert, AB

T8N 6B2

(780) 493-3848

(780) 493-4829

Jeanne Harco

Co-Founder/Executive Producer of Alter Entertainment

Co-Founder/Producer of The Celluloid Social Club

Box 60586 Granville Park Postal Outlet

Vancouver, BC

V6H 4B9

(604) 730-8033

(604) 734-8373

jharco@direct.ca/www.alterentertainment.com

Rob Hardy

NSI - Canada

Director of Marketing & Communications

450 - 70 Arthur St.

Winnipeg, MB

R3B 1G7

(204) 956-7800

(204) 956-5811

robert.hardy@nsi-canada.ca

Nova Herman

Access Communications

Producer

2250 Park St.

Regina, SK

S4N 7K7

(306) 565-5375

(306) 565-5372

Terry Hill

Writer

304-1425 W 6th Ave

Vancouver, BC

Janet  Hill

Christie Hill/City Councillor

Festival Board Member

30 Logan Cres. W

Yorkton, SK.

S3N 0W3

(306) 782-2312

(306) 786-6415

Randy Holmes

Reel West Magazine

Sales Manager

4012 Myrtle St.

Burnaby, BC

V5C 4G2

(604) 451-7335

(604) 451-7305

randyh@reelwest.com

Celeste Howland

Howland Honey

Festival Board Member

Box 55 Site 2

Yorkton, SK

S3N 2X5

(306) 783-7046

Wink  Howland

Howland Honey

Festival Board Member

Box 55 Site 2

Yorkton, SK

S3N 2X5

(306) 783-7046

David Huliyappa

SCN

North Block, 2440 Broad Street

Regina, Sask.

S4P 3V7

(306) 787-0490

(306) 787-0265

scn@uregina.ca

Wayne Inverarity

SIAST Wascana Campus

Program Head/Training Consultant

221 Winnipeg St. N

Regina, SK

S4P 3A3

(306)787-9751

(306) 787-6108

inverarity@siast.sk.ca

Isaac Isitan

Les Productions ISCA

Director/Producer

6103 Jeanne Mance

Montreal, PQ

H2V 4K9

(514) 273-9795

(514) 273-0807

isca@odyssee.net

Robin Jackson

Canadian Independent Film & Video Fund

Executive Director

666 Kirkwood Ave. Ste 203

Ottawa, ON

K1Z 5X9

(613) 729-1900

(613) 729-4610

Alain Jacques

Productions Magellan

Director

1600 Delorimier

Montreal, PQ

H2K 3W5

(514) 990-4333

(514) 725-7800

alainj@accglobal.net

Marlene James

Winnipeg Film Group

Distribution Coordinator

304-100 Arthur St.

Winnipeg, MB

R3B 1H3

(204)925-3452

(204)942-6799

marlenejames@usa.net

Bill Jones

SCN

Program Manager

North Block 2440 Broad St

Regina, SK

S4P 3V7

(306) 787-0263

Jeff Jones

Box 66

Duval, SK

S0G 1G0

(306) 725-4152

(306) 725-4339

Istvan Kantor

Director/Producer

1160A Dundas St. E

Toronto, ON

M4M 1S1

(416) 465-8033

(416) 465-8466

amen@interlog.com

Trudy Kennedy

SMPIA

Communications Officer

200 - 2425 13th Ave

Regina, SK

S4P 0W1

(306) 525-9899

(306) 569-1818

trudy.smpia@sk.sympatico.ca

John Knox

Moviehouse Pictures

Actor/Producer

PO Box 33501

Surrey, BC

V3T 5R5

(604) 584-3465

(604) 584-3612

filmmaker0002@yahoo.com

Linda Koroluk

CAA

Festival Board Member

206 1st Ave.

Yorkton, SK.

S3N 1K2

(306) 783-6548

(306) 782-1499

Jim Koroluk

Festival Board Member

206 1st Ave.

Yorkton, SK

S3N 1K2

(306) 783-6548

(306) 782-1499

Fay Kowal

Yorkton Short Film & Video Festival

Festival Manager

122 Bradbrooke Drive

Yorkton, SK.

S3N 2K2

(306) 782-7077

(306) 782-1550

info@yorktonshortfilm.org

Donna Kriekle

Eye Q

Manager

2142 Princess St

Regina, SK

S4T 3Z6

(306) 757-6543

(306) 586-1550

Russ Krywulak

Municipal Affairs Culture & Housing

Executive Director

210 - 1855 Victoria Ave.

Regina, SK

S4P 3V7

(306) 787-8887

(306) 787-3641

rkrywulak@mach.gov.sk.ca

Sat Kumar

SCN

North Block, 2440 Broad Street

Regina, Sask.

S4P 3V7

(306) 787-0490

(306) 787-0265

scn@uregina.ca

Yanick Letourneau

Productions ISCA

Director of Photography

6103 Jeanne - Mance

Montreal, PQ

H2V 4K9

(514) 273-9795

(514) 273-0807

isca@odyssee.net

Karen Lundrigan

Parent

38 Pearson St. Unit 127

St. John's, NF

A1A 3R1

(709) 738-6474

(709) 738-6475

Robyn Lundrigan

Patch Productions

Lead Actor

38 Pearson St. Unit 127

St. John's, NF

A1A 3R1

(709) 738-6474

(709) 738-6475

Wade Luzny

Multicultural Council of SK

General Manager

369 Park St.

Regina, SK

S4N 5B2

(306) 721-2767

(306) 721-3342

wluzny@unibase.unibase.com

Bruce MacCormack

CanWest Global

Managing Director

31st Floor, 201 Portage Ave.

Winnipeg, MB

R3B 3L7

(204) 956-2025

(204) 947-9841

BmacC@Mb.Sympatico.Ca

Shannon Maliteare

SCES

Program Officer

2431 8th Ave.

Regina, SK

S4R 5J7

(306) 780-9494

(306) 780-9487

shannon@gpfn.sk.ca

Myrna Martyniuk

SCN

North Block, 2440 Broad Street

Regina, Sask.

S4P 3V7

(306) 787-0490

(306) 787-0265

scn@uregina.ca

Richard McDonald

BC Association for Community Living

Board Member

300 - 30 E 6th Ave.

Vancouver, BC

V5T 4P4

(604) 875-1119

(604) 875-6744

Jeff McKay

Edgeland Films

Director

897 Dorshester Ave.

Winnipeg, MB

R3M 0P7

(204) 452-7660

(204) 284-2400

jethromekay@hotmail.com

Jeremy Morgan

Saskatchewan Arts Board

Executive Director

3rd Flr, 3475 Albert St.

Regina, SK

S4S 6X6

(306) 787-4019

(306) 787-4199

sah@artsboard.sk.ca

Chad Morin

SCN

North Block, 2440 Broad Street

Regina, Sask.

S4P 3V7

(306) 787-0490

(306) 787-0265

scn@uregina.ca

Tony Nichols

Codependent Film

Producer

1104 - 1200 Alberni St.

Vancouver, BC

V6E 4N5

(604) 733-5977

ellen@codependent.com

Shelley Nowazek

Telefilm Canada

Communications Consultant

600 de la Gauchetiere St W 14th Flr

Montreal, PQ

H3B 4L8

(514) 283-6363

(514) 283-8212

NOWAZES@telefilm.gc.ca

Eddie Ochmanek

Edgemaster Productions Inc.

Senior Editor

10-2083 W 3rd Ave

Vancouver, BC

V6J 1L4

(604) 306-9646

ejo@compuserve.com

Diane Ouellette

2344 Angus St.

Regina, SK

S4T 2A4

(306) 525-8627

douellette@attcanada.net

David Ozier

Director

Ste 6, 935 Jervis St.

Vancouver, BC

V6E 2B5

(604) 726-2050

(604) 666-1569

davidozier@yahoo.com

Logan Parkinson

2152 Rae St.

Regina, SK

(306) 525-9350

loganparkinson@hotmail.com

Edward L. Plumb

Alameda Writer's Group

4150 Riveroide Dr. St. 209

Burbank, CA

91505

(818) 783-0695

(818) 848-7702

mpr7@aol.com

Carolyn Plumb

Marshall Plumb Research

Researcher

Burbank, CA

91505

Scott Powell

Visual Productions

Producer

316 St. Mary's Rd.

Winnipeg, MB

R2H 1O8

(204) 233-8020

(204) 233-5562

scott@visualmktg.com

Paul Pybus

Fantasy World Productions

Associate Producer

Ste 2A - 305 26th St. E

Saskatoon, SK

S7K 0L9

(306) 664-9829

Anand Ramayya

SMPIA

President

200 - 2425 13th Ave

Regina, SK

S4P 0W1

(306) 525-9899

(306) 569-1818

smpia@sk.sympatico.ca

Sue Riedl

Hollyhock Productions

President

33 Fairview Blvd - 2

Toronto, ON

M4K 1L8

(416) 469-1405

sriedl@interlog.com

Carmelita Robertson

Ziji Productions

422 - 1657 Barrington St.

Halifax, NS

B3J 2A1

(902) 429-0077

lpatten@altglobal.net

Morgan Roebuck

Global Television Atlantic

Sr. Promotions Producer/Jury Member

304 - 223 Windmill Rd.

Dartmouth, NS

B3A 4M6

(902) 481-7400

(902) 468-2154

mroebuck@globaltv.ca

Lila Rubin

SCN

Executive Assistant

North Block, 2440 Broad Street

Regina, Sask.

S4P 3V7

(306) 787-0490

(306) 787-0265

scn@uregina.ca

Anu Schebywolok

Tiga Optical Ltd.

Festival Board Member

5 Redfield Bay

Yorkton, SK.

S3N 2P4

(306) 783-6717

(306) 783-3055

Curt Schroeder

Saskatchewan New Media Developers

Interim General Manager/Association

2 Research Dr Rm 108

Regina, SK

S4S 7H9

(306) 790-8427

(306) 791-6740

snmda@snunda.sk.ca

Gayle Schuster

SCN

North Block, 2440 Broad Street

Regina, Sask.

S4P 3V7

(306) 787-0490

(306) 787-0265

scn@uregina.ca

Ellen Raine Scott

Codependent Films

Director

1104 - 1200 Alberni St.

Vancouver, BC

V6E 4N5

(604) 733-5977

ellen@codependent.com

Stuart Scott

Fantasy World Productions

Associate Producer

Ste 2A - 305 26th St. E

Saskatoon, SK

S7K 0L9

(306) 664-9829

(306) 655-2635

sturtah@home.com

David Seeler

The Multimedia Group of Canada/Big Barn Distributors

Jury Member

Ste. 108, 2 College St.

Toronto, ON

M5G 1K3

(416) 968-2075

(416) 927-1956

themgc@istar

Andra Sheffer

Bell Broadcast & New Media Fund

Executive Director

2 Carlton St. Ste 1709

Toronto, ON

M5B 1J3

(416) 977-8154

(416) 977-0694

Michael Souther

Elemental

Writer/Director

11 Alhart Dr.

Toronto, ON

M9V 2M8

(416) 587-0295

(416) 588-7276

south@sympatico.ca

Gerald B. Sperling

4 Square Productions

President/Executive Producer

220 - 1808 Smith St

Regina, SK

S4P 2N4

(306) 525-9888

(306) 525-8588

4square@sk.sympatico.ca

Leslie Stafford

NSI - Canada

Programming Coordinator

450 - 70 Arthur St.

Winnipeg, MB

R3B 1G7

(204) 956-7800

(204) 956-5811

leslie.stafford@nsi-canada.ca

Bruce Steele

SCN

Broadcast Project Coordinator

North Block, 2440 Broad Street

Regina, Sask.

S4P 3V7

(306) 787-0490

(306) 787-0265

scn@uregina.ca

David Sutherland

Hungry Eyes/Film Food

Director/Writer

275 King St East Ste. 274

Toronto, ON

M5A 1K2

(416) 955-0110

(416) 955-0138

hungryff@interlog.com

Dan Sutherland

Artistic Director

Box 386 R.P.O. University

Saskatoon, SK

S7N 4J8

(306) 956-7634

Louis Taylor

Louis Taylor Productions

Director/Writer

223 Spadina Ave. #3

Toronto, ON

M5T 2E2

(416) 595-6190

(416) 595-5813

l.taylor@sympatico.ca

Loren Teed

Painter

Mandeep Ubhi

Fantasy World Productions

CEO

Ste 2A, 305 26th St E

Saskatoon, SK

S7K 0L9

(306) 664-9829

mandeep@the.link.ca

Richard Waugh

Actor

751A Shaw St.

Toronto, ON

M6G 3L9

(416) 537-0977

(416) 537-0698

ricsarah@excite.com

Sandy Whelen

SCN

North Block, 2440 Broad St.

Regina, Sask.

S4P 3V7

(306) 787-0490

(306) 787-0265

scn@uregina.ca

Marian Frances White

Codlessco Ltd.

19 Waterford Br. Rd

St. John's, NF

A1E 1C5

(709) 753-6542

(709) 753-0607

wanderbo@nfld.com

Anna Willey

SaskPower

Manager, Communications & Public Affairs

2025 Victoria Ave

Regina, SK

S4P 1C4

(306) 566-3166

(306) 566-3444

awilley@saskpower.com

Emma Williams

Fantasy World Productions

736 6th Ave N

Sasktoon, SK

S7K 2S9

(306) 934-4118

emma@digimar.com

Loreen Wilsdon

AV Services, University of SK

TV Producer

Rm 25, Education Bldg

Saskatoon, SK

S7N 0W1

(306) 966-4281

(306) 966-2412

wilsdon@sask.usask.ca

Joanna Wilson

Karvonen Films

Writer

2001 - 91 Ave

Edmonton, AB

T6P 1L1

(780) 467-7167

(780) 467-7162

films@karvonenfilms.com

Terry  Wright

Travelodge

Festival Board Member

191 CircleBrooke Drive.

Yorkton, SK

S3N 2S6

(306) 783-6571

(306) 786-3311

Nic Wry

SuperChannel

Vice President

200 - 5324 Calgary Trail

Edmonton, AB

T6H 4J8

(780) 430-2800

(780) 430-2828

lwilliams@wpt.wc.ca

Neil Yeates

SCN

North Block, 2440 Broad Street

Regina, Sask.

S4P 3V7

(306) 787-0490

(306) 787-0265

scn@uregina.ca

Dan Zachary

Moviehouse Pictures

Producer/Director

PO Box 33501

Surrey, BC

V3T 5R5

(604) 584-3465

(604) 584-3612

filmmaker0002@yahoo.com

Gord Zakreski

Municipal Affairs Culture & Housing

Intergovernmental & Industry Liaison

1855 Victoria Ave.

Regina, SK

S4P 3V7

(306) 787-5755

(306) 787-3641

gzakreski@mach.gov.sk.ca

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    Dir: Hermenegilde Chiasson
    Prod. Co: NFB
    
    SONGS IN STONE: AN ARCTIC JOURNEY HOME
    Prod: Peter d'Entremont
    Dir: John Houston
    Prod. Co: Triad Film Production Ltd.
    
    TALL TALES FROM THE LONG CORNER
    Prod: Gordon Henderson
    Dir: Liam Órinn
    Prod. Co: 90th Parallel Film & Television Production Ltd.
    


CHILDREN’S PRODUCTION
Sponsored by Shaw Children’s Programming Initiative

    
    CUCKOO, MR. EDGAR
    Prod: Therese Descary
    Dir: Pierre M. Trudeau
    Prod. Co: NFB
    
    DEGAS AND THE DANCER
    Prod: David Devine/Richard Mozer
    Dir: David Devine
    Prod. Co: Devine Entertainment Corporation 
    
    FAIS SEMBLANT QUE TV M'AIMES
    Prod: Amazone Films Inc.
    Dir: Jeannine Gagne
    Prod. Co: Amazone Films
    
    MARY CASSATT: AMERICAN IMPRESSIONIST
    Prod: David Devine/Richard Mozer
    Dir: Richard Mozer
    Prod. Co: Devine Entertainment Corporation
    
    PIT PONY - Ep #122: HOMECOMING
    Prod: Andrew Cochran
    Dir: Mike Clattenburg
    Prod. Co: Cochran Entertainment Inc.
    


COMEDY
Sponsored by The Comedy Network

    
    BLACKFLY
    Prod: Charles Bishop
    Dir: David Storey
    Prod. Co: Salter Street Films
    
    JIMMY PACHECO
    Prod: Maria Ricossa
    Dir: John Bourgeois
    Prod. Co: Last Laff Ltd.
    
    LE P'TIT VARIUS
    Prod: Andre Theberge/Andre Veronneau
    Dir: Alain Jacques
    Prod. Co: Productions Magellan
    
    RUSTY
    Prod: Leorra Newman
    Dir: Jeremy Hindle
    Prod. Co: Mental Block Inc.
    
    SALAMI HEAVEN
    Prod: Sue Riedl/Carolyn Wong
    Dir: Sue Riedl
    Prod. Co: Hollyhock Productions
    
    THE DAILY BLADE
    Prod: David Coole
    Dir: Ron Murphy
    Prod. Co: Jigsaw Pictures Ltd.
    


COMMERCIAL

    
    EGYPTIAN ART IN THE AGE OF THE PYRAMIDS
    Prod: Daniel Hill
    Dir: Robert Crossman
    Prod. Co: Paulus Film Group
    
    MOMMA
    Prod: Simon Dekker
    Dir: Gregory Sheppard
    Prod. Co: White Iron Productions
    
    SASK POWER SAFETY CAMPAIGN: THE SNOFFLE
    Prod: Devin DeWalt
    Dir: Rob King
    Prod. Co: Minds Eye Pictures
    
    SASK TEL MOBILITY: LAUNDROMAT
    Prod: Kevin DeWalt
    Dir: Rob King
    Prod. Co: Minds Eye Pictures
    
    WE BRING RACING TO LIFE
    Prod: Simon Dekker
    Dir: Rico Labbe
    Prod. Co: White Iron Productions
    


COMMUNITY CABLE

    
    AT WORK AND PLAY - SUMMER FUN
    Prod/Dir: Sandra Sawatzky
    Prod. Co: Shaw Communications
    
    BEHIND THE CHUTES
    Prod/Dir: Randy Clarke
    Prod. Co: Cable Regina
    
    E-CLIPS #154
    Prod/Dir: Nova Herman
    Prod. Co: Cable Regina
    
    REGINA FOLK FESTIVAL  "THIRTY SOMETHING"
    Prod: Gursh Madhur
    Dir: Grant Glasser
    Prod. Co: Cable Regina
    


DOCUMENTARY GENERAL SUBJECT
Sponsored by Arts &Entertainment

    
    AND SO TO BED
    Prod: Kent Martin
    Dir: Jeff McKay
    Prod. Co: NFB
    
    DAI VERNON - THE SPIRIT OF MAGIC
    Prod: Patricia Phillips
    Dir: Daniel Zuckerbrot
    Prod. Co: Great North Productions
    
    JAVA JIVE
    Prod: Selwyn Jacob
    Dir: David Ozier
    Prod. Co: NFB
    
    LIFE & TIMES: TIMOTHY FINDLEY
    Prod: Diane Ngui-Yen/Olenka Demianchud
    Dir: Diane Ngui-Yen
    Prod. Co: CBC
    
    UNTANGLING THE MIND - THE LEGACY OF DR. HEINZ LEHMANN
    Prod: Catherine Mullins
    Dir: Tom Puchniak
    Prod. Co: Green Lion Productions
    
    VOYAGE AU NORD DU MONDE
    Prod: Andre Gladu
    Dir: Hugo Latulippe
    Prod. Co: NFB
    
    

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Halloween Sgarabusen – Comacchio (FE)
rappresentazione de "La calata celtica"

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BEST OF THE FESTIVAL
Sponsored by Morris Industries Ltd.
BEST DOCUMENTARY SHORT SUBJECT
Sponsored by Playback
Prod: Matt Gallagher/Lisa Taylor/Michael Allcock
Dir: Matt Gallagher
Prod. Co: Gallagher Productions
2305 – 65 Broadway Ave.
Toronto, ON M4P 1T9
(416) 481-0576

MY FATHER’S HANDS
BEST DRAMA
David Sutherland for BEST DIRECTION
Sponsored by NORMAN JEWISON YORKTOWN PRODUCTIONS
Ardon Bess for PERFORMANCE BY MALE
Sponsored by Partners in Motion
David Sutherland – WINNER OF THE SUPERCHANNEL SCRIPT CASH AWARD OF $ 1000
Sponsored by SUPERCHANNEL
Prod: Jen Holness
Dir: David Sutherland
Prod. Co: Hungry Eyes/Film Food
275 King St. E Ste. 274
Toronto, ON M5A 1K2
(416) 955-0110
hungryff@interlog.com

BY THIS PARTING
Kita No Taiko Drum Ensemble for
BEST ORIGINAL MUSIC SCORE
BEST EXPERIMENTAL
Prod/Dir: Mieko Ouchi
Prod. Co: Mad Shadow Films Co.
7437-106 St.
Edmonton, AB T6E 4W1
(780) 432-9169
palourde@ecn.ab.ca

DEGAS AND THE DANCER
Cameron Porteous for BEST ART DIRECTION
BEST CHILDREN’S PRODUCTION
Sponsored by SHAW CHILDREN’S PROGRAMMING INITIATIVE
Prod: David Devine/Richard Mozer
Dir: David Devine
Prod. Co: Devine Entertainment Corporation
2 Berkeley St. Ste. 504
Toronto, ON M5A 2W3
(416) 364-2282
devinent@interlog.com

FIRE AND ICE – THE ROCKET RICHARD RIOT
BEST DOCUMENTARY HISTORY
Sponsored by HISTORY TELEVISION
Daniel A. Vermette for BEST SOUND
Prod: Arnie Gelbart
Dir: Brian McKenna
Prod. Co: Galafilm Inc./Barna Alper Productions Inc.
5643 Clark St. Ste. 300
Montreal, PQ H2T 2V5
(514) 273-4252
galafilm@galafilm.ca

THE GRAND EVENT – THE CALGARY STAMPEDE
BEST INDUSTRIAL/PROMOTIONAL
Prod: Simon Dekker
Dir: Rico Labbe
Prod. Co: White Iron Productions
533 – 1201 5 St. SW
Calgary, AB T2R 0Y6
(403) 298-4700
sdekker@whiteiron.com

T’LINA: THE RENDERING OF WEALTH
Doug Sjoquist for BEST VIDEOGRAPHY
Prod: Cari Green/Barb Cranmer
Dir: Barb Cranmer
Prod. Co: Nimpkish Wind Productions Inc.
107 – 2772 Spruce St.
Vancouver, BC V6H 2R2
(604) 731-8044
cari_green@telus.net

MY GRANDMOTHER IRONED THE KING’S SHIRTS
BEST ANIMATION
Prod: Marcy Page/Lars Tommerbakke
Dir: Torill Kove
Prod. Co: Studio Magica/NFB
3155 Cote de Liesse
St-Laurent, PQ H4N 2N4
(514) 283-9806
l.charbonneau@nfb.ca

LAND OF THE ICE BEAR
BEST SCIENCE/NATURE
Prod: Albert Karvonen/Jerry Krepakevich
Dir: Andrew Manske/Albert Karvonen
Prod. Co: Karvonen Films Ltd.
2001 – 91 Ave.
Edmonton, AB T6P 1L1
(780) 467-7167
films@karvonenfilms.com

LOVE LEAVES SOMEONE BEHIND
BEST MUSIC VIDEO
Prod: Cirque du Soleil Inc.
Dir: Lyne Charlebois
Prod. Co: Cirque du Soleil Inc.
8400 2nd Ave.
Montreal, PQ H1Z 4M6
(514) 723-7646

DIARY OF AN ALIEN
Tony Nichols for BEST EDITING
Prod: Tony Nichols
Dir: Ellen Raine Scott
Prod. Co: Codependent Films/LightRoom
1104 – 1200 Alberni St.
Vancouver, BC V6E 4N5
(604) 733-5977
films@codependent.com

BROAD BEANS
BEST INTERNATIONAL DRAMA
Prod/Dir: Konstantia Kontaxis
Prod. Co: Konstantia Kontaxis
3 – 603 N. Cayuga St.
Ithaca, NY 14850
(607) 272-3273
dia@freudian.com

SONGS IN STONE: AN ARCTIC JOURNEY HOME
BEST ARTS/ENTERTAINMENT
Sponsored by SASKPOWER
Prod: Peter d’Entremont
Dir: John Houston
Prod. Co: Triad Film Productions Ltd.
431 – 1657 Barrington St.
Halifax, NS B3J 2A1
(902) 422-7174
triadfilms@sprint.ca

E-CLIPS #154
BEST COMMUNITY CABLE
Sponsored by LIFE NETWORK
Prod/Dir: Nova Herman
Prod. Co: Access Communications
2250 Park St.
Regina, SK S4N 7K7
(306) 569-3510
e-clips@accesscomm.ca

MOMMA
BEST COMMERCIAL UNDER 30 MINUTES
Prod: Simon Dekker
Dir: Gregory Sheppard
Prod. Co: White Iron Productions
533 – 1201 5 St. SW
Calgary, AB T2R 0Y6
(403) 298-4700
sdekker@whiteiron.com

UNWANTED SOLDIERS
WINNER OF THE ANTOINETTE NETTIE KRYSKI CASH AWARD OF $ 500
Prod: Karen King
Dir: Jari Osborne
Prod. Co: NFB
3155, Cote-de Liesse
Montreal, PQ H2J 1P5
(514) 283-9316

DEFINING CANADA
BEST MULTIMEDIA CD ROM/WEBSITE
Sponsored by SASKTEL
Prod. Co: Munro Multimedia/NFB
3155 Cote de Liesse
St-Laurent, PQ H4N 2N4
(514) 283-9806
l.charbonneau@nfb.ca

UNTANGLING THE MIND – THE LEGACY OF DR. HEINZ LEHMANN
BEST DOCUMENTARY GENERAL SUBJECT
Sponsored by ART & ENTERTAINMENT
Prod: Catherine Mullins
Dir: Tom Puchniak
Prod. Co: Green Lion Productions
20223 Lakeshore Rd.
Baie d’Urfe, PQ H9X 1P9
(514) 457-5555
mullins@total.net

LOYALTIES
BEST MULTICULTURAL/RACE RELATIONS
Sponsored by MULTICULTURAL COUNCIL OF SK/
YORKTON DISTRICT MULTICULTURAL COUNCIL
Prod/Dir: Lesley Ann Patten
Prod. Co: Ziji
1657 Barrington St. Ste. 422
Halifax, NS B3J 2A1
(902) 425-5001
lpatten@ibm.net

OF HOPSCOTCH AND LITTLE GIRLS
BEST DOCUMENTARY SOCIAL
Sponsored by REEL WEST
Prod: Marcel Simard/Monique Simard/Nicole Lamoth
Dir: Marquise Lepage
Prod. Co: Les Production Virage Inc./NFB
3155 Cote de Liesse
St-Laurent, PQ H4N 2N4
(514) 283-9806
l.charbonneau@nfb.ca

LE P’TIT VARIUS
BEST COMEDY
Sponsored by THE COMEDY NETWORK
Prod: Andre Theberge/Andre Veronneau
Dir: Alain Jacques
Prod. Co: Productions Magellan
4411 rue Saint-Denis Bur 313
Montreal, PQ H2J 2L2
(514) 287-9550
andre.theberg@openface.ca

PATTI BURNS
Miranda Black for PERFORMANCE BY FEMALE
Sponsored by PARTNERS IN MOTION
Prod/Dir: Michael Souther
Prod. Co: Elemental Films
11 Alhart Dr.
Toronto, ON M9V 2M8
(416) 587-0295
south@sympatico.ca

RIBBON OF STEEL
BEST EDUCATIONAL/INSTRUCTIONAL
WINNER OF THE SCN ELIZABETH LOWRY CASH
WARD OF $ 500
Sponsored by SCN
Prod: Jack Stuart
Dir: Jack Stuart/Shael Gelfand
Prod. Co: White Iron Productions
533 – 1201 5 St. SW
Calgary, AB T2R 0Y6
(403) 298-4700
sdekker@whiteiron.com

WAR DOGS
BEST INTERNATIONAL DOCUMENTARY OVER 30 MINUTES
Sponsored by THE DISCOVERY CHANNEL
Prod: Gary R. Benz/Jeff Bennett/George Hock/John Carney/John Drimmer/Tim Prokop
Dir: William Bison
Prod. Co: GRB Entertainment
13400 Riverside Dr. Ste. 300
Sherman Oaks, CA 91423
(818) 728-7600
kaitz@net.vision.net.il

ELECTRUM
BEST INTERNATIONAL DOCUMENTARY UNDER 30 MINUTES
Sponsored by THE DISCOVERY CHANNEL
Prod/Dir: Alberta Chu
Prod. Co: Advancing Scientific Knowledge
974 Las Lomas Ave.
Pacific Palisades, CA 90272
(310) 459-6957
asktv@futureculture.org

FROM THE INSIDE/OUT!
WINNER OF THE NATIONAL FILM BOARD KATHLEEN SHANNON CASH AWARD OF $ 1000
Prod: BC Self Advocacy Foundation
Dir: Lorna Boschman
Prod. Co: Big B Productions
1718 Victoria Dr.
Vancouver, BC V5N 4J8
(604) 253-6792
psim@istar.ca

DAISY
BEST OF SASKATCHEWAN CASH AWARD OF $ 750
Sponsored by SASKFILM
Prod: Loreena Weideman/Hildy Bowen/Dianne Ouellette
Dir: Dianne Ouellette
Prod. Co: BOW Productions
c/o Saskatchewan Filmpool Cooperative
301-1822 Scarth St
Regina, SK S4P 2G3
(306) 525-8627 — douellette@sk.sympatico.ca
(306) 757-3622 — lweideman@accesscomm.ca

Rusty
Best Cinematography
Prod:Leorra Newman
Dir: Jeremy Hindle
Prod. Co:Mental Block Inc.
98 Palmerston Ave
Toronto, ON M6J 2J1
(416) 603-0221
roly@interlog.com

CUCKOO, MR. EDGAR
JURY AWARD
Prod: Therese Descary
Dir: Pierre M. Trudeau
Prod. Co: National Film Board
3155, Cote-de Liesse
Montreal, PQ H2J 1P5
(T) (514) 283-9316
l.charbonneau@nfb.ca

WHERE ANGELS WEEP
JURY AWARD
Prod/Dir: Michael C. Neitzel
Prod. Co: Pacific Television & Film
1294 Charter Hill Dr.
Coquitlam, BC V3E 1P2
(604) 944-1472
pacifictv@direct.ca

DAI VERNON – THE SPIRIT OF MAGIC
JURY AWARD
Prod: Patricia Phillips
Dir: Daniel Zuckerbrot
Prod. Co: Great North Productions
3720 – 76 Ave.
Edmonton, AB T2B 2N9
(780) 440-2022
gnp@greatnorth.ab.ca

DIARY OF AN ALIEN
JURY AWARD
Prod: Tony Nichols
Dir: Ellen Raine Scott
Prod. Co: Codependent Films/LightRoom
1104 – 1200 Alberni St.
Vancouver, BC V6E 4N5
(604) 733-5977
films@codependent.com

RUSTY
JURY AWARD
Prod: Leorra Newman
Dir: Jeremy Hindle
Prod. Co: Mental Block Inc.
98 Palmerston Ave.
Toronto, ON M6J 2J1
(416) 603-0221
roly@interlog.com

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Iso 400 Grain and Border from Agfa APX, use and have fun, you film fakers!
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This photographic masterpiece is a scanned 35mm negative from an Agfa APX 400 B&W negative film.

The Agfa film has beautiful grain which I find hard to duplicate using the usual Photoshop filters. So if you really must fake the grain of film, feel free to apply this.

Use: Just downsize or upsize your smooth digital pic to a width of 3437 pixels, put this on top and set blend mode accordingly – overlay gives a subtle effect, linear light a strong one. This works best for cameras that have the 2:3 format of film, sorry Olympus and P&S users.

If you group the grain layer with a "Levels…" adjustment layer in Photoshop or Photoshop Elements, you can dial in the amount of grain and the lightness by moving the black and white point.

DOCUMENTARY HISTORY
Sponsored by History Television

    
    A SOLDIER'S VOICE
    Prod: Bridget Lee
    Dir: Chris Triffo
    Prod. Co: Chris Triffo
    
    BEHIND ENEMY LINES
    Prod/Dir: Felice Gorica
    Prod. Co: Gorica Productions
    
    FIRE AND ICE - THE ROCKET RICHARD RIOT
    Prod: Arnie Gelbart
    Dir: Brian McKenna
    Prod. Co: Galafilm Inc./Barna Alper Production Inc.
    
    NANJING NIGHTMARES
    Prod: Gerald Sperling/Murray MacDonald
    Dir: Guo Fangfang
    Prod. Co: 4 Square Productions/Jiangsu Television Station
    
    THE UNTOLD STORY OF THE SUFFRAGISTS OF NEWFOUNDLAND
    Prod: Marian Frances White/N.White
    Dir: Greg Malone
    Prod. Co: Codlessco Ltd.
    
    UNWANTED SOLDIERS
    Prod: Karen King
    Dir: Jari Osborne
    Prod. Co: NFB
    


INTERNATIONAL DOCUMENTARY OVER 30 MIN
Sponsored by The Discovery Channel

    
    EYEWITNESS
    Prod/Dir: Bert Van Bork
    Prod. Co: Marbert Art Foundation
    
    ICECAP
    Prod/Dir: Steen Andersen
    Prod. Co: DR TV International Sales
    
    JERUSALEM SYNDROME
    Prod: Nadav Schirman
    Dir: Erin Sax
    Prod. Co: Jerusalem Capital Studio Production
    
    THE SECOND WORLD WAR IN COLOUR:  TRIUMPH AND DESPAIR
    Prod: Stewart Binns/Lucy Carter/Alastair Laurence
    Prod. Co: TWI/Carlton Co-Production 
    
    WAR DOGS
    Prod: Gary R. Benz/Jeff Bennett/George Hock/ JohnCarney/John Drimmer
    Dir: William Bison
    Prod. Co: GRB Entertainment
    


DOCUMENTARY SHORT SUBJECT
Sponsored by Playback

    
    CASS
    Prod: Matt Gallagher/Lisa Taylor/Michael Allcock
    Dir: Matt Gallagher
    Prod. Co: Gallagher Productions 
    
    DIARY OF AN ALIEN
    Prod: Tony Nichols/Dean Sawatzky
    Dir: Ellen Raine Scott
    Prod. Co: Codependent Films/LightRoom
    
    LAND OF THE MIDNIGHT SUN PLANT FOOD
    Prod: David Gray
    Dir: SIA
    Prod. Co: CBC
    
    POCKET DESERT: CONFESSIONS OF A SNAKE KILLER
    Prod: George Johnson
    Dir: Teresa Marshall/ Craig Berggold
    Production Co: NFB
    
    RAINMAKERS GUATEMALA - The story of Jesus
    Prod: Robbie Hart/Luc Cote
    Dir: Robbie Hart
    Prod. Co: Adobe Production International
    


DOCUMENTARY SOCIAL

    
    EACH OF US HAS A NAME
    Prod/Dir: Arnie Zipursky/Fern Levitt
    Prod. Co: Cambium Film & Video Production Ltd.
    
    FROM THE INSIDE/OUT!
    Prod: BC Self Advocacy Foundation
    Dir: Lorna Boschman
    Prod. Co: Big B Productions 
    
    GANGS, LA  LOI  DE  LA  RUE
    Prod/Dir: Isaac Isitan
    Prod. Co: Les Production  ISCA
    
    OF HOPSCOTCH AND LITTLE GIRLS
    Prod: Marcel Simard/ Monique Simard (Production  Virage) Nicole Lamoth(NFB)
    Dir: Marquise Lepage
    Prod. Co: Les Prod Virage Inc/ NFB
    
    T'LINA: THE RENDERING OF WEALTH
    Prod: Cari Green/Barb Cranmer
    Dir: Barb Cranmer
    Prod. Co: Nimpkish Wind Production  Inc.
    


INTERNATIONAL DOCUMENTARY UNDER 30 MIN
Sponsored by The Discovery Channel

    
    EAT-MATE-DIE - The Lives of Insects
    Prod: Ganglion Films
    Dir: Daniel Breton
    Prod. Co: Ganglion Films
    
    ELECTRUM
    Prod/Dir:  Alberta Chu
    Prod. Co: Advancing Scientific Knowledge
    
    THE CRYSTAL PHOTOGRAPHER
    Prod/Dir: T & T Dreijer
    Prod. Co: T & T Dreijer
    


DRAMA

    
    EXHUMING TYLER
    Prod: Charlene Olson
    Dir: Merlin Dervisevic
    Prod. Co: Canadian Film Centre
    
    LA PROMESSE
    Prod: Patricia Chica/Martin Lord
    Dir: Patricia Chica
    Prod. Co: Flirt Films
    
    MY FATHER'S HANDS
    Prod: Jen Holness
    Dir: David Sutherland
    Prod. Co: Hungry Eyes/Film Food
    
    NEW NEIGHBOURS
    Prod/Dir: Anita McGee
    Prod. Co: Kickham Productions 
    
    THE STRANGE CASE OF BUNNY WEEQUOD
    Prod: Gerry Flahive and John Roy
    Dir: Steve Van Denzen
    Prod. Co: Cool Native Productions NFB
    


EDUCATIONAL/INSTRUCTIONAL
Sponsored by SCN

    
    BEYOND MEDICINE
    Prod: Bridget Lee
    Dir: Chris Triffo/Michelle Wong
    Prod. Co: Partners in Motion
    
    COLTS TO VIETNAM
    Prod/Dir: Beverley Reid
    Prod. Co: Coming Home Films Inc.
    
    IT ONLY TAKES A MOMENT
    Prod/Dir: Scott Powell
    Prod. Co: Visual Productions
    
    OFF THE MAP - PAPUA NEW GUINEA
    Prod: Felice Gorica
    Dir: Douglas Spencer
    Prod. Co: DBS - Gorica Productions
    
    RIBBON OF STEEL
    Prod: Jack Stuart
    Dir: Jack Stuart/Shael Gelfand
    Prod. Co: White Iron Productions
    


EXPERIMENTAL

    
    BROTHER & SISTERS
    Prod/Dir: Istvan Kantor
    Prod. Co: Istvan Kantor
    
    BY THIS PARTING
    Prod/Dir: Mieko Ouchi
    Prod. Co: Mad Shadow Films Inc.
    
    HOSPITAL FRAGMENTS
    Prod/Dir: Guy Maddin
    Prod. Co: Winnipeg Film Group
    
    MANIFESTINY
    Prod: Laurie Pearson/Terry Steyn
    Dir: Terry Steyn
    Prod. Co: Swirling Storm Productions  Inc.
    
    STARING AT A FEARFUL OCEAN
    Prod: Kate Holowach
    Dir: Norm Fassbender
    Prod. Co: Blue Sky Communications Inc.
    
    

Cattails on Film
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More cattails. This time on film. I like this better. This is from a rangefinder and I have to say that I’ve decided that I really don’t like using this type of camera. I like seeing thru the lens much better. Maybe I could get used to it. It’s great for street photography, which I don’t do much of, but honestly, I just don’t like them much.

Minolta Hi-Matic 7SII
Rokkor 45mm f/1.7
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Show presented at the "Ecole Jean-de-Brébeuf" in Quebec City by the students of the "Pied-sur-scène" group. BLACK VERSION May 2011

Canada’s Golden Sheaf Awards
2001 Winners

Out Of The Fire
BEST OF THE FESTIVAL
Sponsored by Morris Industries
Shelley Saywell for BEST DIRECTION for a Documentary
Sponsored by The Norman Jewison Foundation
Brian Wall for ORIGINAL MUSIC SCORE
BEST DOCUMENTARY HISTORY
Sponsored by History Television
Prod/Dir: Shelley Saywell
Prod. Co: Bishari Film Productions, Inc.
130 Spadina Ave.
Toronto, ON M5V 2L4
(T) (416) 504-2610
(F) (416) 504-9342
bishari@inforamp.net

13 Seconds: The Kent State Shootings
Trevor Aikman for BEST EDITING
BEST OF SASKATCHEWAN CASH AWARD OF $ 750
Sponsored by SaskFilm
Trevor Aikman for BEST SOUND
Prod: Ron Goetz
Dir: Chris Triffo
Prod. Co: Partners In Motion
2704 10th Ave.
Regina, SK S4T 1E9
(T) (306) 545-2228
(F) (306) 569-9616
partners@sk.sympatico.ca

Moon Palace
David Weaver for BEST DIRECTION for a Drama
Sponsored by The Norman Jewison Foundation
Henry Chan for BEST MALE PERFORMANCE
Sponsored by Partners In Motion
BEST DRAMA
Prod: Tashi Bieler
Dir: David Weaver
Prod: Co: Momentum Productions
52 Churchill Ave.
Toronto, ON M6J 2B4
(T) (416) 534-2542
momentumpro@mac.com

Dinner at the Edge
Kathleen Climie for BEST ART DIRECTION
Prod: Sean Carley / Jennifer Kawaja / Anita Lee / Julia Sereny
Dir: David New
Prod. Co: Sienna Films Inc.
110 Spadina Ave., Suite 800
Toronto, ON M5V 2K4
(T) (416) 703-1126
(F) (416) 703-8825
sienna@istar.ca

A Feeling Called Glory
Shauna Kain for BEST FEMALE PERFORMANCE
Sponsored by Partners In Motion
Coreen Mayrs for BEST SCRIPT
Sponsored by Movie Central
Prod/Dir: Coreen Mayrs
Prod. Co: Cracked Pot Films
9/120 Brooksbank Ave.
North Vancouver, BC V7J 3S5
(T) (604) 983-5675
(F) (604) 983-5671
cmayrs@aol.com

Seven Storeys
Peter Reusch for BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY
Prod/Dir: Boris Ivanov
Prod. Co: Interfilm Productions Inc.
304-1515 West Hastings
Vancouver, BC V6G 3G6
(T) (604) 290-3002
(F) (604) 899-4353
binterfilm@hotmail.com

Rêveries
Mike Ouellette for BEST VIDEOGRAPHY
Prod/Dir: Jean Patenaude
Prod. Co: Sharing Visions/Rêveries Inc.
Unit 13 – 9353 – 50th St.
Edmonton, AB T6B 2L5
(T) (780) 461-9465
(F) (780) 461-0657
jpatenau@connect.ab.ca

Question de Taille
THE NATIONAL FILM BOARD KATHLEEN SHANNON CASH AWARD OF $ 1000
Prod: Roch Brunette
Dir: Guilhem Rondot
Prod. Co: Productions Roch Brunette
13 Dumas St.
Hull, PQ J8Y 2M4
(T) (819) 770-6500
(F) (819) 770-7551
roch@prb.ca

Northrop Frye: A Love Story
WINNER OF THE ANTOINETTE NETTIE KRYSKI CASH AWARD OF $ 500
Prod: Patricia Phillips / Carrie Madu
Dir: Daniel Zuckerbrot
Prod. Co: Great North Productions
3720 – 76 Ave.
Edmonton, AB T6B 2N9
(T) (780) 440-2022
(F) (780) 440-3400
claire.verret@greatnorth.ab.ca

The Boy Who Saw The Iceberg /
Le Garcon Qui A Vu L’Iceberg

BEST ANIMATION
Prod: Marcy Page
Dir: Paul Driessen
Prod. Co: National Film Board
3155 Cote de Liesse
St-Laurent, PQ H4N 2N4
(T) (514) 283-9806
(F) (514) 496-1895
l.charbonneau@nfb.ca

Studio: The Life and Times of Alex Colville
BEST ARTS/ENTERTAINMENT
Prod/Dir: Andrew Gregg
Prod. Co: 90th Parallel Film & Television
112 Parliament St.
Toronto, ON M5A 2Y8
(T) (416) 364-9090
(F) (416) 364-0580
scuffe@istar.ca

From Far Away
BEST CHILDREN’S PRODUCTION
Sponsored by Shaw Children’s Programming Initiative
Prod: Michael Fukushima
Dir: Shira Avni / Serene El-Haj Daoud
Prod. Co: National Film Board
3155 Cote de Liesse
St-Laurent, PQ H4N 2N4
(T) (514) 283-9806
(F) (514) 496-1895
l.charbonneau@nfb.ca

The Lost Bundefjord Expedition
BEST COMEDY
Sponsored by Comedy Network
Prod/Dir: Matt Holm
Prod. Co: Winnipeg Film Group
100 Arthur St. #304
Winnipeg, MB R3B 1H3
(T) (204) 925-3452
(F) (204) 942-6799
marlene@winnipegfilmgroup.mb.ca

Saskatchewan Crop Insurance:Hail Damage
BEST COMMERCIAL
Prod: Dave Gillespie
Dir: Bill Stampe
Prod. Co: The Marketing Den
3002 Louise Street #3
Saskatoon, SK S7J 3L8
(T) (306) 373-6233
(F) (306) 373-3778
marketingden@marketingden.com

Guelph: City of Opportunity
BEST COMMUNITY CABLE
Sponsored by Life Network
Prod: Christopher Doty
Prod. Co: Rogers Television
130 Silvercreek Pkwy.
Guelph, ON N1H 7Y5
(T) 888-894-1172
(F) 888-329-0329
guelphtv@rci.rogers.com

Breakaway: A Tale of Two Survivors
BEST DOCUMENTARY GENERAL SUBJECT
Sponsored by Arts & Entertainment
Prod: Mathew Welsh / Johanna Eliot
Dir: Mathew Welsh
Prod. Co: Alchemy Notion Pictures Inc.
1952 Beech St.
Halifax, NS B3H 4B8
(T) (902) 425-4222
(F) (902) 425-6697
mathew@ns.sympatico.ca

Dark Intent / L’Idee Noire
BEST DOCUMENTARY SOCIAL
Sponsored by Reel West
Prod: Nicole Lamothe
Dir: Mireille Dansereau
Prod. Co: National Film Board
3155 Cote de Liesse
St-Laurent, PQ H4N 2N4
(T) (514) 283-9806
(F) (514) 496-1895
l.charbonneau@nfb.ca

On the Road Again: Pecker Hardware
BEST DOCUMENTARY SHORT SUBJECT
Sponsored by Playback
Prod: Malcom Hamilton
Prod. Co: Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
P.O. Box 3220, Stn. C
Ottawa, ON K1Y 1E4
(T) (613) 724-5613
(F) (613) 724-5577
otra@ottawa.cbc.ca

Britain at War in Colour: Unknown Warriors
BEST INTERNATIONAL DOCUMENTARY OVER 30 MINUTES
Sponsored by The Discovery Channel
Prod/Dir: Lucy Carter
Prod. Co: Trans World International
5th Fl., Axis Centre Building, Hogarth Business Park,
Burlington Lane, London W4 2TH ENGLAND
(T) (44) 208-233-5300
(F) (44) 208-233-5301
sbinns@imgworld.com

Clay People
BEST INTERNATIONAL DOCUMENTARY UNDER 30 MINUTES
Sponsored by The Discovery Channel
Prod: Oliver Stankovic / Antarorova Lepa
Dir: Oliver Stankovic
Prod. Co: Solt
Drziceva 4
11 000 Belgrade, SERBIA
(T) (381) 11404-315
(F) (381) 11402-063
solt@eunet.yu

Darren’s Day
BEST EDUCATIONAL / INSTRUCTIONAL
Sponsored by SCN
Prod: Jim MacQuarrie
Prod. Co: Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
541 Portage Ave.
Winnipeg, MB R3B 2G1
(T) (204) 788-3035
(F) (204) 788-3065
countrycanada@cbc.ca

When I was Seven
BEST EXPERIMENTAL
Prod: Andrea Bastin
Dir: Jessica Bradford
Prod. Co: Girls On Film Productions
RR #1, Box 113
Bowen Island, BC V0N 1G0
(T) (604) 733-3907
(F) (604) 733-1973
ab_dgp@imag.net

Celebrate the Dream
BEST INDUSTRIAL / PROMOTIONAL
Prod/Dir: Darlene Mulligan
Prod. Co: Chikak Communications
316 St. Mary’s Rd.
Winnipeg, MB R2M 1J8
(T) (204) 237-1170
(F) (204) 233-5562
darlene@visualmktg.com

Grizzly Tales for Gruesome Kids: The New Nanny
BEST INTERNATIONAL CHILDREN’S PRODUCTION
Prod: Sara & Simon Bor / Jamie Rix
Dir: Sara & Simon Bor / J. Clive Hedges
Prod. Co: Honeycomb Animation
Berkeley House, 27 High St.
London, ENGLAND EX15 1AB
(T) (44) 1884-839202
(F) (44) 1884-839212
simon&sara@honeycombents.demon.co.uk

The Chromium Hook
BEST INTERNATIONAL DRAMA
Prod: Ace Allgood
Dir: James Stanger
Prod. Co: Channel Z
2416 East 43rd St.
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55406 USA
(T) (612) 791-0250
(F) (612) 724-5212
hook@chromiumhook.com

Who Is Albert Woo?
BEST MULTICULTURAL / RACE RELATIONS
Sponsored by Multicultural Council Of Saskatchewan / Yorkton and District Multicultural Council
Prod: Germaine Y.G. Wong
Dir: Hunt Hoe
Prod. Co: National Film Board
3155 Cote de Liesse
St-Laurent, PQ H4N 2N4
(T) (514) 283-9806
(F) (514) 496-1895
l.charbonneau@nfb.ca

Story Quest
BEST MULTIMEDIA
Sponsored by SaskTel
Prod/Dir: Leif Storm Kaldor
Prod. Co: Tyndal Stone Media
806 Victoria Ave.
Regina, SK S4N 0R6
(T) (306) 584-7331
(F) (306) 525-1204
lstrom@tyndal.com

Everything Kills Me
BEST MUSIC VIDEO
Prod: Alex Appel
Dir: Park Bench
Prod. Co: Toothin Productions
44 Beverley St.
Toronto, ON M5T 1X9
(T) (416) 598-9328
(F) (416) 598-9328
parkus@sympatico.ca

Cosmic Link
BEST SCIENCE / NATURE
Sponsored by SaskPower
Prod: Eric Michel
Dir: Catherine Fol
Prod. Co: National Film Board
3155 Cote de Liesse
St-Laurent, PQ H4N 2N4
(T) (514) 283-9806
(F) (514) 496-1895
l.charbonneau@nfb.ca

Argentina’s Dirty War
JURY AWARD
Prod: Alan Mendelsohn
Dir: Nadine Pequeneza
Prod. Co: Barna-Alper/Connections Prods.
366 Adelaide St. W., Suite 700
Toronto, ON M5V 1R9
(T) (416) 979-0676
(F) (416)979-7476

Hollow Water
JURY AWARD
Prod: Joe MacDonald
Dir: Bonnie Dickie
Prod. Co: National Film Board
3155 Cote de Liesse
St-Laurent, PQ H4N 2N4
(T) (514) 283-9806
(F) (514) 496-1895
l.charbonneau@nfb.ca

Language of Love
JURY AWARD
Prod: Brent Kawchuk
Dir: Grant Harvey / Brent Kawchuk
Prod. Co: Combustion Inc.
108, 1215 – 13th St. SE
Calgary, AB T2G 3J4
(P) (403) 228-1133
(F) (403) 228-1369
combustion@cadvision.com

Missed
JURY AWARD
Prod/Dir: Melanie Jeffrey
Prod. Co: Rockin’ Babe Productions
8-70 Walmer Rd.
Toronto, ON M5R 2X7
(T) (416) 587-6511
melaniejeffrey@attcanada.net

The Lines I Draw Upon My Body
JURY AWARD
Prod/Dir: Jody Franklin
Prod. Co: (r)evolution media
2633 Victoria Dr.
Vancouver, BC V5N 4L3
(T) (604) 707-0388
revmed@intergate.ca

Actors
actor

Show presented at the "Ecole Jean-de-Brébeuf" in Quebec City by the students of the "Pied-sur-scène" group. BLACK VERSION May 2011

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Film in Transit
film

Large View: www.flickr.com/photos/brandoncwarren/5751130432/in/photos…

This is from a very old film/print processing lab in downtown Asheboro on Sunset. I don’t know if the place is even functioning anymore, but all the stuff is still in the storefront.

This was just a photoscouting shot that I did while I was walking around Asheboro with Holly Mann.

I’ll be back to the animal theme tomorrow.

Everyone let me know what you think of this, not 100% sold on it yet.

Canada’s Golden Sheaf Awards
2002 Winners

HEROINES
BEST OF THE FESTIVAL
BEST DOCUMENTARY GENERAL SUBJECT
Sponsored by A & E
Brian Johnson for BEST VIDEOGRAPHY
John Korsrud for BEST ORIGINAL MUSIC
THE NATIONAL FILM BOARD KATHLEEN SHANNON CASH AWARD OF $ 1000

Prod/Dir: Stan Feingold
Prod. Co: Heroines Productions Inc.
500 – 56 East 2nd Ave
Vancouver, BC V5T 1B1
(T) (604) 688-3937 (F) (604) 688-3977
kdick@theeyes.ca

BABA’S HOUSE
BEST DRAMA
Shandi Mitchell for BEST SCRIPT
Sponsored by Movie Central
Stan Barua for BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY

Prod: Barbara Badessi / Shandi Mitchell
Dir: Shandi Mitchell
Prod: Co: Flashfire Productions Inc.
5600 Sackville St. #212
Halifax, NS B3J 3E9
(T) (902) 420-4562 (F) (902)420-4460
flashfire@supercity.ns.ca

GLASSES
BEST ANIMATION

Prod: Marcy Page
Dir: Brian Duchscherer
Prod. Co: National Film Board of Canada
3155 Côte de Liesse
St. Laurent, PQ H4N 2N4
(T) (514) 283-9805 (F) (514) 496-1895
festivals@nfb.ca

LA PREMIÈRE FOIS
BEST EXPERIMENTAL
Isabelle Guérard for BEST FEMALE PERFORMANCE
Sponsored by Partners in Motion
Robert Newton for BEST EDITING

Prod/Dir: Claude Paré
Prod. Co: Luna Productions Inc.
287 Gardenville
Longueuil, PQ J4H 2H4
(T) (514) 893-4028
cldpare@videotron.ca

JOSEPH GIUNTA: A SILENT TRIUMPH
BEST ARTS / ENTERTAINMENT
Pepita Ferrari for BEST DIRECTION – DOCUMENTARY
Sponsored by The Norman Jewison Foundation

Prod/Dir: Pepita Ferrari
Prod. Co: Films Piche Ferrari Inc.
5448 Ave. de L’Esplanade
Montreal, PQ H2T 2Z7
(T) (514) 279-2336 (F) (514) 279-5308

CHRISTMAS AT WAPOS BAY
BEST OF SASKATCHEWAN CASH AWARD OF $ 750
Sponsored by SaskFilm

Prod/Dir: Dennis Jackson
Prod. Co: Dark Thunder Productions
1537 Hnatyshyn Avenue
Saskatoon, Sk. S7L 4G6
(T) (306) 384-3412 (F) (306) 384-3412
dennis.jackson@sk.sympatico.ca

CHRISTMAS AT WAPOS BAY /
MYTH QUEST – EPISODE #1 – MINOTAUR

TIED FOR BEST CHILDREN’S PRODUCTION
Sponsored by Shaw Children’s Programming Initiative

Christmas at Wapos Bay
Prod/Dir: Dennis Jackson
Prod. Co: Dark Thunder Productions
1537 Hnatyshyn Avenue
Saskatoon, Sk. S7L 4G6
(T) (306) 384-3412 (F) (306) 384-3412
dennis.jackson@sk.sympatico.ca

MythQuest; Episode #1 – Minotaur
Prod: Ray Sager / Knut Winkler
Dir: Paul Schneider
Prod. Co: Minds Eye Pictures
2201 – 11th Avenue, 3rd Floor, West Wing
Regina, SK S4P 0J8
(T) (306) 359-7618 (F) (306) 359-3466
epoier@mindseyepictures.com

A MAN’S LIFE
BEST COMEDY

Prod: Shannon Farr
Dir: Paul Quarrington
Prod. Co: Moondog Film Company Inc.
60 Pauline Ave., Main Flr.
Toronto, ON M6H 3M8
(T) (416) 530-7667 (F) (416) 532-6464
sfarr@interlog.com

TOASTER
BEST COMMERCIAL

Prod: Gary Niesner
Dir: Chris Triffo
Prod. Co: Partners in Motion
2704-10th Ave.
Regina, SK S4T 1E9
(T) (306) 545-2228 (F) (306) 569-9616
partners@sk.sympatico.ca

MADAM MAYOR: The Life and Times of
Hurricane Hazel

BEST COMMUNITY CABLE
Sponsored by Life Network

Prod: Jake Dheer
Prod. Co: Rogers Television
3573 Wolfedale Rd
Mississauga, ON L5C 3T6
(T) (905) 897-3985 (F) (905) 848-2831
sbhangoo@rci.rogers.com

EYEWITNESS TO WAR
BEST DOCUMENTARY HISTORY
Sponsored by History Television

Prod: Lori Kuffner / Barb Campbell
Dir: Barb Campbell / Daryl K. Davis

Prod. Co: Cooper Rock Pictures #375 – 1933 8th Ave.
Regina, SK S4R 1E9
(T) (306) 790-5690 (F) (306) 790-5699
lkuffner@cooperrock.com

FACING ARTHUR
BEST INTERNATIONAL DOCUMENTARY OVER 30 MINUTES

Prod: Steven Rosenbaum
Dir: Stefan Knerrich / Michael Rey / Amy Rubin
Prod. Co: Camera Planet Pictures
253-5th Ave., 7th Flr
New York, NY 10016
USA
(T) (212) 779-0500 (F) (212) 532-5554
Ben.Pickup@cameraplanetpictures.com

VEILS UNCOVERED
BEST DOCUMENTARY SHORT SUBJECT
Sponsored by Playback

Prod/Dir: Nora Kevorkian
Prod. Co: Nora Kevorkian Productions

Jan 182013

Actors
actor

Show presented at the "Ecole Jean-de-Brébeuf" in Quebec City by the students of the "Pied-sur-scène" group. BLACK VERSION May 2011

CREDIT ABBREVIATIONS

p: Producer

d: Director

ad: Art Director

pe: Picture Editor

dop: Director of Photography

m: Music

sw: Script Writer

os: Overall Sound

r: Researcher

V005

12 MIDNITE

Documentary Short Subject

10:00

p: Carl Butler

d: Tobey Mullen

pe: Nima Pakseresht Soofi

dop: Adam Gowland

m: 12 Midnite/Billy Bill Midnite

os: Duncan Rawlinson

r: Carl Butler

Prod/Dist. Co: Vancouver Film School

Contact: Carl Butler

Vancouver Film School

400 W. Hasting St.

Vancouver, BC V6B 1L2

(604)613-3039

fp93carl@vfs.com

‘12 Midnite’ combines cartoon imagery with a

political message.

V201 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BCRA- P

30 TAKES: Celebrating 30 Years at the

Atlantic Filmmakers Cooperative

Documentary Arts/Culture

47:00

p: Sonya Jampolsky

d: Walter Forsyth/Chuck Lapp

pe: Rob Tough

dop: Chuck Clark

m: Phil Sedore

r: Power Post

Prod/Dist Co: Atlantic Filmmakers

Cooperative

Contact: Sonya Jampolsky

AFCOOP/Jampolsky Pictures Inc.

12 Dickson Ave.

Halifax, NS B3M 2W3

(902)453-1942

sjampolsky@yahoo.com

‘30 Takes’ traces the development of an idea

into a booming operation that has trained

hundreds of people in film and spawned the

careers of some of Canada’s best loved

filmmakers.

V251

902, THE

Documentary Point of View

46:00

p: Janice Evans/Greg Jones

d: Warren Jefferies

pe: Kimberlee McTaggart

dop: Russell Gienapp

sw: Warren Jefferies

os: Power Post

r: Warren Jefferies

Prod Co: Creative Atlantic

Communications Ltd.

Contact: Janice Evans

Creative Atlantic Communications Ltd.

2085 Maitland St.

Halifax, NS B3K 2Z8

(902)423-1989

info@creativeatlantic.ca

An examination of hiphop in Nova Scotia, not

only as music but as a legitimate culture. The

featured artists in this film have one thing in

common, they believe that mainstream hiphop

has gone to hell, and the solution is to stick to

basic principles.

V365

ACCORDÉON

Animation

06:13

p: Marcel Jean/Jean-Jacques Leduc

d: Michèle Cournoyer

pe: Richard Comeau

m: Jean Derome

Prod/Dist Co: NFB

Contact: Madeleine Bélisle

NFB

3155 Côte de Liesse

St-Laurent, QC H4N 2N4

(514)283-9805

festivals@nfb.ca

‘Accordion’ draws its energy from the clash of

our different urges and conveys sexual

attraction and the search for love.

V246 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BCRA- P

AGENT, THE

Drama

17:00

p: B.F. Painter

d: A.C. van Viersen

ad: A.C. van Viersen

pe: Alec MacNeill Richardson

dop: Robert Riendeau

m: Carl Ragan

sw: Peter Taylor

os: Doug Paterson/Millar Montgomery

Prod Co: 599221 BC Ltd.

Contact: B.F. Painter

12-939 W. 7th Ave.

Vancouver, BC V5Z 1C4

(604)602-7676

BFPainter_@hotmail.com

An agent with a mysterious case, injured and

desperate to complete his mission, finds

himself in a deserted barn. Encountering an

enigmatic farmhand, the agent begins to

question — Has he fallen into enemy hands? Is

he drugged?..or is it something else?

V336

ALMA DRAWINGS, THE

Documentary Point of View

47:30

p: Jo Riding

d: Jeremy Munce

ad: Amy Carroll

pe: Jeremy Munce

dop: Jordan Lynn

m: Christopher Sandes

sw: Jeremy Munce

os: Brad Dawe

r: Jeremy Munce/Craig Coleman

Prod Co: Firewatch Films Inc.

Contact: Jo Riding

Firewatch Films Inc.

2302 Horton St.

Ottawa, ON K1G 3E8

(613)216-4666

joriding@firewatchfilms.com

A documentary exploring the life of Alma

Rumball, a recluse from Huntsville, ON. Alma

created “automatic artwork” that she believed

was divinely inspired. The film asks the

question… is art psychic or psychotic?

V359

ALTER EGOS

Experimental

52:35

p: Steven Hoban/Mark Smith/Adam

Symansky

d: Laurence Green

pe: Susan Martin

dop: Jay Ferguson

m: Adam Warner/Dan Turcotte/Jeremy

Edwards

sw: Laurence Green

Prod Co: Copper Heart Entertainment/NFB

Dist. Co: NFB

Contact: Madeleine Bélisle

NFB

3155 Côte de Liesse

St-Laurent, QC H4N 2N4

(514)283-9805

festivals@nfb.ca

‘Alter Egos’ explores two compelling

characters, geniuses of the singular and

largely solitary craft of animation. In the end,

they come face to face with the basis of their

relationship when Chris must finally show his

filmic portrait to Ryan.


Actors
actor

Show presented at the "Ecole Jean-de-Brébeuf" in Quebec City by the students of the "Pied-sur-scène" group. WHITE VERSION May 2011

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Two Greats
actress

Circa 1984. 13. Summer. Toronto, Canada. Had the opportunity to work on a feature film for television with Frances Foster (left) and Gloria Foster (no relation), two great actresses.

Some of you may remember Gloria Foster as "The Oracle" in the first two "The Matrix" films. Unfortunately she passed away before she could reprise her role in the final film.

Frances Foster was in movies such as Crooklyn and Malcolm X among a ton of others.

Sometimes I’ll flip through and see them in movies made long ago. I miss them both.

V329 . . . . . . . . . . . . BCRA- Elizabeth Brown

AMAZING ATHABASCA OIL SANDS,

THE

Science/Medicine

43:00

p: Laurie Stewart

d: Laurie Stewart

pe: Neil Parker

dop: Trevor Wilson

sw: Laurie Stewart

r: Laurie Stewart

Prod/Dist Co: Dynacor Media Group

Contact: Laurie Stewart

Dynacor Media Group

9314 – 60 Ave.

Edmonton, AB T6E 0C1

(780)448-0093

lstewart@dynacormedia.com

The oil sands of northern Alberta is

considered one of the largest oil reserves in

the world. Getting it would take years of hard

work and considerable financial resources.

This documentary celebrates Canadian

innovation and preservance.

V217 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BCRA- P

AMES: A Spy Like Us

Documentary History

50:00

p: Simcha Jacobovici/Felix Golubev/Ric

Esther Beinstock/Tim Wolochatiuk

d: Tim Wolochatiuk

pe: John Whitcher

dop: Allan Piil

m: TTG Music Lab

sw: Tim Wolochatiuk/John Whitcher

os: Cheryl Grossman

r: Ed Krupa/Film Sound One

Prod Co: Associated Producers

Contact: Paula Potts

Associated Producers

110 Spadina Ave., Ste. 1001

Toronto, ON M5V 2K4

(416)504-6662 ext. 292

paula@apltd.ca

Betrayal!’, the Gemini nominated series, now

in its second season, is a 4 X 1 hour Series

that uncovers treachery…at its best. This is

the story of the deadly CIA mole who sold the

Soviets the identity of every “human asset” the

West had working behind the Iron Curtain,

which resulted in the execution of at least 10

men and countless lives ruined.

V072 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BCRA- P

AMUNDSEN: L’expédition

Nature/Environment

43:42

p: Hélène Leroux

d: Jeannita Richard

pe: Éric Lemyre

dop: Guy Ouellet

sw: Mario Masson

r: Michel Émond

Prod Co: Radio-Canada

Contact: Isabelle Brousseau

Radio-Canada

1400, Boul. René-Lévesque Est – 10e étage

Montréal, QC H2L 2M2

(514)597-4381

isabelle_brousseau@radio-canada.ca

Mar 2004. For 5 months, the icebreaker

Amundsen threads its way through the

Beaufort Sea. On board: an international

crew and various researchers. Their goal: to

study the arctic coastal ice barrier, which is

disappearing rapidly. ‘Amundsen’ science

meets adventure.

V046 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BCRA- P

ANGEL PART 2

Nature/Environment

53:35

p: Wally Harstad/Shirley Harstad

d: Wally Harstad/Shirley Harstad

pe: Wally Harstad/Glenn Rosin

dop: Wally Harstad

sw: Wally Harstad/Shirley Harstad

Prod/Dist Co: Chokecherry Hollow

Productions

Contact: Wally Harstad

Chokecherry Hollow Productions

Box 1878

Nipawin, SK S0E 1E0

(306)862-5196

Show much of a white-tailed deer doe’s life as

she loses her first set of twin fawns then adopts

and raises an orphaned fawn as if it were her

own. She then successfully raises her next

years set of twins.

V298 . . . . . . . . . . . . BCRA- Jennifer Stewart

APOCALYPSE COW: The Mad Cow Story

Part II

Nature/Environment

45:43

p: Ray Burley

d: Ray Burley

pe: Tom Cooper/Alan Gibb

dop: Milan Klepl

m: Ken Myhr

sw: Ray Burley

os: Alan Glehart

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

This is the story of Mad Cow, a story about

cover-up and greed. In England, Mad Cow

disease is now responsible for one hundred

and fifty deaths, and hundreds of thousands of

cattle deaths. It has scarred the world’s beef

industry forever.

V159

ARKTIKA: The Russian Dream That

Failed

Nature/Environment

53:09

p: Betsy Carson/Gary Marcuse

d: Gary Marcuse

pe: Stuart de Jong

dop: Kirk Tougas

m: Henry Heillig

sw: Gary Marcuse

r: Ewan Deane

Prod/Dist Co: Face to Face Media Ltd.

Contact: Scott Carroll

206 – 1950 Robson St.

Vancouver, BC V6G 1E8

(604)671-2735

scott@itinerant.com

‘Arktika’ peels back layers of secrecy and cold

war rivalries to examine the ambitious Soviet

campaign to conquer the Arctic, and its impact

on the land and the people.

V386 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BCRA- P

ARTBOT: Painting

Children/Youth Productions

03:30

p: Drew Mullin/Marney Malabar

d: Drew Mullin

ad: Michiko Yano-Shuttleworth

pe: Dean Henry

dop: Niculae Popescu

sw: Drew Mullin

os: Drew Mullin

Prod Co: TVOntario

Contact: Theresa Wells

TVOntario

2180 Yonge St.

Toronto, ON M4T 2T1

(416)484-2600 ext. 2438

twells@tvontario.org

Artbot’ is a robot who teaches kids about art

as he is being programmed.

V331 . . . . . . . BCRA- Natalie Lemay-Calcutt

ARTHUR MEIGHEN

Documentary History

23:04

p: Holly Doan

d: Holly Doan

pe: Anahita Kazemzadeh

dop: Ross MacIntosh

sw: Holly Doan

os: Anahita Kazemzadeh

r: Holly Doan

Prod/Dist Co: CPAC

Contact: Juline Ranger

CPAC

1750 – 45 O’Conner St.

Ottawa, ON K1P 1A4

(613)364-1139

jranger@cpac.ca

This series focuses on the first 100 years of

Canada’s political experience, covering

contributions of the first 14 prime ministers.

The series unveils details about these great

men that until now were scarcely known.

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AT MY MOTHER’S BREAST

Documentary Point of View

55:35

p: Joe MacDonald

d: Heather Watson-Burgess

pe: David McGunigal

dop: Lisa Fryklund

m: Olaf Pyttlik

sw: Heather Watson-Burgess

r: Brenda Donahue/Russ Dyck

Prod/Dist Co: NFB

Contact: Joe MacDonald

NFB

300 – 136 Market Ave.

Winnipeg, MB R3B 0P4

(204)983-7996

j.macdonald@nfb.ca

An intimate exploration of the

mother/daughter relationship as a young

woman struggles to come to terms with three

generations of breast cancer. In her own

words she is “the daughter of a woman with

breast cancer, who is the daughter of a woman

with breast cancer, who was the daughter of a

woman with breast cancer”.

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AUSCHWITZ, LES DOULEURS

FANTÔMES

Documentary History

42:53

p: Radio-Canada

d: Roger Archambault

pe: Hélène Lamothe

dop: Alfonse Mondello

sw: Alexandra Szacka

os: Diane Gaudreau/Jocelyne Dion

Prod Co: Radio-Canada

Contact: Isabelle Brousseau

Radio-Canada

1400, Boul. René-Lévesque Est – 10e étage

Montréal, QC H2L 2M2

(514)597-4381

isabelle_brousseau@radio-canada.ca

Father Weksler, a Catholic priest, learns at

age 35 that he was a Jewish child saved from

the holocaust. Sixty years after the liberation

of Auschwitz, the Pole, an involuntary

guardian of the largest Jewish cemetery in the

world, comes to peace with his past.

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AVATAR: Le Récit D’une Longue et Lente

Transformation

Science/Medicine

26:00

p: Pauline Voisard

d: Pauline Voisard

ad: Josiane Lapointe

pe: Josiane Lapointe

dop: Josiane Lapointe

m: Christian Laflamme

sw: Pauline Voisard

os: Pauline Voisard

r: Roger Guérin

Prod/Dist Co: Vidéo Femmes

Contact: Francine Plante

Vidéo Femmes

291, rue Saint-Vallier Est, bureau 104

Québec, QC G1K 3P5

(418)529-9188

info@videofemmes.org

Visual Artist, Guylaine Champoux, imposes on

herself an extreme weight loss regime. She

integrates this transformation into her art.

‘Avatar’: a reflection on the views of others,

partner and self on the body.

V110

BAISE-MAJESTÉ: Sex, Truth & Videotape

Documentary Point of View

46:00

p: Mary Armstrong/Monique Simard

d: Francine Pelletier

ad: Paola Ridolfi

pe: Dominique Champagne

dop: Nathalie Moliavko-Visotzky

m: Robert Marcel Lepage

sw: Francine Pelletier

r: Geneviéve Bougie/Nancy Marcotte

Prod Co: Les Productions Virage

Dist Co: Films En Vue

Contact: Melanie Bhérer

Films En Vue

6300 Av. Du Parc, Bur. #605

Montréal, QC H2V 4H8

(514)276-9556

info@filmsenvue.ca

From great to ho-hum to downright tragic, six

women tell what sex was like for them the first

time…and just how long they had to wait to

experience the real bonus: orgasm.

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BARBER’S CHAIR, THE

Drama

09:00

p: Kristi McNeil

d: Nicholas Allen-Woolfe

ad: Paul Swayze

pe: Ross Briggs

dop: John Lindsay

m: Fever Tank Music Studio

sw: Nicholas Allen-Woolfe

os: Jeff Wilson/Medallion PFA

Prod Co: Nikko Productions

Contact: Nicholas Allen-Woolfe

Nikko Productions

146 Sherwood Ave.

Toronto, ON M4P 2A8

(416)486-3145

kkooning@starbucks.com

The Barber’s Chair’ projects the feelings of

two outwardly innocent people into a kind of

macabre fantasy. It presents something as

harmless as a barber’s chair in such a way

that you’ll never have quite the same feelings

about it again.

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BARRY STEVENS & URSULA

JOHNSON: Vision in Art

Aboriginal

06:55

p: Ray Whitley

pe: Barry Fraser

dop: Barry Fraser

sw: Ray Whitley

os: Dorothy Haché

r: Barry Fraser

Prod/Dist Co: Learning Resources &

Technology/NS Department of Education

Contact: Ray Whitley

LRT/NS Department of Education

3770 Kempt Rd.

Halifax, NS B3K 4X8

(902)424-2446

whitlerk@gov.ns.ca

This video is part of a series, ‘Achieving

Balance’, which celebrates contemporary

Mi’kmaq at work. In this segment, petroglyph

artist Barry Stevens and performance artist

Ursula Johnson talk about their art, its

inspiration, and how traditional values inform

their creativity.

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BATTLE FOR ARTHUR, THE

Drama

19:00

p: Audrey Cummings/Susan James

d: Audrey Cummings

ad: Laura Black

pe: Aden Bahadori

dop: Samy Inayeh

m: Keegan Jessamy/Bryce Mitchell

sw: Audrey Cummings

os: Steve Matylewicz

Contact: Audrey Cummings

Narrow Edge Productions Inc.

625 Roselawn Ave., Suite 103

Toronto, ON M5N 1K7

(647)293-0932

cummingsaudrey@hotmail.com

Harry, a grumpy and socially withdrawn fish

store owner is tricked into selling his favorite

fish. In fighting back for them, Harry realizes

there are bigger things worth fighting for.


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BEAST OF DULLE GRIET, THE

Drama

15:00

p: Karen Lam

d: Caroline Coutts

ad: Maurice Woodworth

pe: Murray Stiller

dop: Michael Balfry

m: Teresa Connors

sw: Caroline Coutts

r: Dieter Piltz

Contact: Caroline Coutts

Persistence Pictures

#11 – 1091 Broughton St.

Vancouver, BC V6G 2A9

(604)689-8680

carolinecoutts@telus.net

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A darkly comic fable set in the 16th century, in

a village built completely underground, where

all the townsfolk live in mortal dread of a

terrible monster. When a greedy stranger

challenges their beliefs, all hell breaks loose.

V316

BECKER HIGH

Children/Youth Productions

22:30

p: Lowell Dean

d: Lowell Dean

ad: Courtney Gillen

pe: Courtney Gillen

dop: Courtney Gillen

sw: Erin Erlendson

os: Larry Heisler

r: Erin Erlendson

Prod/Dist Co: Access Communications

Contact: Lowell Dean

Access Communications

2250 Park St.

Regina, SK S4N 7K7

(306)565-5364

lowell.dean@accesscomm.ca

The boundaries of friendship are tested as

three young people stumble into adulthood

while meeting head on the perceived

adversities of youth.

V309 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BCRA- Prod. Co.

BEETHOVEN OPUS 59 NO 3, ALLEGRO

MOLTO

Performing Arts/Entertainment

07:00

p: John Bolton

d: John Bolton

pe: Rob Brownridge

dop: Dikran Yazedjian

Prod/Dist Co: JB Productions

Contact: John Bolton

JB Productions

4 – 3596 W. 27th Ave.

Vancouver, BC V6S 1P8

(604)817-9556

jbproductions@telus.net

The Borealis String Quartet perform the

celebrated final movement of Ludwig van

Beethoven’s String Quartet Opus 59 No 3 at

the world renowned Chan Center for the

Performing Arts in Vancouver, BC.

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BEGINNINGS

Drama

20:00

p: Vince DeMarinis/Julio Ponce Palmeri/

Zam Calabretta

d: Vince DeMarinis

ad: Vince DeMarinis/Craig Mullins

pe: Craig Gordon

dop: Craig Mullins

m: Seok/Ryan Timmins

sw: Julio Ponce Palmieri

os: Phil Douglas

Prod Co: VTP Productions

Contact: Vince Demarinis

VTP Productions

45 Claremont St.

Toronto, ON M6J 2M7

(416)504-6455

vince@vtpproductions.com

Being part of a mob family means always

belonging to that family, so when Franco

DeMayo gets out of jail and wants to break

free, the family pulls him back in. See as

Franco tries to live a peaceful life with his

grandmother.

V220

BEING DOROTHY

Documentary Arts/Culture

56:00

p: Ina Fichman

d: Howard Goldberg

pe: Howard Goldberg

dop: German Guetterez/Sara Mishara

m: Bertrand Chenier

sw: Howard Goldberg

os: Arnaud Derimay

r: Penny Colbourne

Prod/Dist Co: La Fete Productions

Contact: Ina Fichman

La Fete Productions

387 St. Paul St. W.

Montreal, QC H2Y 2A7

(514)931-6190 ext. 650

ina@instinctfilms.ca

In the conservative town of Liberal, Kansas,

the self-proclaimed Land of Oz, teenaged girls

can land a job being Dorothy, dressing up and

leading tours at the local museum. In a town

where the fantastic stands out in stark contrast

to the banal, ‘Being Dorothy’ explores the

restlessness of the female teen spirit, trapped

without a mall, where the main employer is a

slaughterhouse, and sustained by hopes that

lie way over the rainbow.

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BERLIN: Metropolis of Vice

Documentary History

48:00

p: T. Remerowski/M. Canell

d: T. Remerowski/M. Canell

pe: Tom Cooper

dop: Nikos Evdemon

m: M. Erbe/M. Solomon

sw: T. Remerowski

os: Kevin Tokar

r: Terri Foxman/Donna Gall

Prod Co: Demi-Monde Productions

Dist Co: CBC International Sales

Contact: Ted Remerowski

Paradigm Pictures Corp.

344 Dupont St., Suite #206

Toronto, ON M5R 1V9

(416)927-7404

tr@paradigmpictures.com

Perversion, debauchery, creativity, these made

for a decadent brew in the Berlin of the 1920s

and 30s. Known as the “sex capital of Europe”

it was a time of intense sexual experimentation

and artistic creativity. Berliners embraced this

new permissiveness with total abandon.

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BEST OF SECTER & THE REST OF

SECTER, THE

Documentary Biography

58:00

p: Joel Secter

d: Joel Secter

pe: Michael Margolis

dop: Paul Suderman

m: Keveh Nabatian

sw: Joel Secter

r: Andrew Malamud

Prod/Dist Co: Gwendolyn Pictures

Contact: Joel Secter

2265 Pembina Highway Suite 300

Winnipeg, MB

R3T 5J3

(204) 949-1168

info@gwendolynpictures.com

The Best of Secter & The Rest of Secter’ is a

documentary about Canada’s first acclaimed

indie filmmaker, David Secter – a rebel who

lived what he filmed and filmed what he lived.

Made by David’s nephew and first-time

director Joel Secter, it includes interviews

with David Cronenberg and Michael Ondaatje

among others.

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Hi,

I would like to let you know, that due to the censorship debate, which emerged in the aftermath of the introduction of content filters, I will become less active here on flickr and ultimately let my pro account lapse as a statement of protest against these latest measures. To be more accurate, this is rather meant to target Yahoo! than flickr, although the latter haven’t exactly earned credits in handling this incident.
Nonetheless, I will keep my account open for the time of the transition and I hope that many of you, whom I have met and begun to value as real friends, will visit me at my new home. But honestly, at this moment much of the initial enthusiasm over meeting people and making friends through photography has suffered substantially… It is not as much due to Yahoo! doing a lame job in responding to local laws or flickr receding to their position of "We aren’t allowed to say more", it’s also due to a notable general increase in attempts of large corporations and also governments to exert more control over their "netizens"/web users. Google isn’t much better than Yahoo! and iPernity will have to prove itsself. I’m trying not to get paranoid, but their are attempts under way in my country to pass a law that will enable authorities to force providers to disclose their users’ personal account data on request. What ultimately comes of that can be seen in the Shi Tao case, who is now rotting away for 10 years in a Chinese prison.
Like I said: I’m trying my best not to become paranoid, but it appears as if forces bigger than the communities that formed and form on the web, are in the process of gaining as much data and control as possible. While this doesn’t come as a surprise, it feels like "losing innocence" and hence losing a lot of the fun.

OK, I’m done with my little political speech – hope to see you over there and thanks for being friends with me, for your support so far, your encouragement and for – being you…
Werner

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