Dec 312012

Actors – 18
actor

We’ll sit at the back

V341 . . . . . . . . . . . BCRA- CHUM TV/APTN

FIRST MUSIC

Aboriginal

23:44

p: Lisa Meeches/Kyle Irving

d: Lisa Meeches/Melissa Kajpust

pe: Doug Coolidge

dop: Kim Bell

sw: Melissa Kajpust

os: Howard Rissin

r: Tobias Duggan

Prod Co: Meeches Video Production Inc.

Contact: Colleen Gurney Alksnis

The Sharing Circle Season 13

509 Century St.

Winnipeg, MB R3H 0L8

(204)786-1655

colleenalksnis@hotmail.com

Music has always been an integral part of

Aboriginal culture. In this episode, we’ll

explore the rich heritage of Aboriginal music,

both traditional and contemporary.

V082 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BCRA- CHUM TV

FLOORED BY LOVE

Multicultural

50:00

p: Shan Tam/Desiree Lim

d: Desiree Lim

ad: Patrick Jennings

pe: Ileana Pietrobruno

dop: Carl Bessai

m: Simon Kendall

sw: Karen X. Tulchinsky/Desiree Lim

os: Kevin Hamilton

Prod Co: Floored by Love Productions

Dist Co: Holiday Pictures Ltd.

Contact: Shan Tam

Holiday Pictures Ltd.

1634 E. 13th Ave.

Vancouver, BC V5N 2B8

(604)879-6613

shan@holidaypictures.ca

A lesbian couple contemplating marriage and

a family with a gay teen son taking in an

unexpected visitor from the past find their lives

not so far apart.

V053 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BCRA- Prod. Co.

FOOL, THE

Drama

28:00

p: Billie Mintz

d: Billie Mintz

40

ad: Rob Gray

pe: Tom Strnad

dop: Mark Berlett

sw: Billie Mintz

Prod Co: Athelas Productions

Contact: Michael Carry

Athelas Productions

33 Hazelton Ave.

Toronto, ON M5R 2E3

(416)921-6790

mike@theboyk.net

The Fool’ is the journey of an imaginary

friend, Anda the Clown, who is stuck in a

relationship with a child who no longer

believes in him. Anda must find the strength in

himself to move on from this relationship

where he is no longer being recognized and

find a child who is going to believe in him.

V277 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BCRA- Prod. Co.

FOOTBALL FIRST: The Roy Shivers

Story

Multicultural

44:20

p: Lori Kuffner

d: Costa Maragos

pe: Brad Leclair

sw: Costa Maragos

Prod/Dist 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 documentary shows Shiver’s upbringing

in the segregated projects of Oakland, the

problems he encountered when he married a

white woman, the racial divide while playing

in the NFL, and his move to Canada where he

overcame the odds to achieve his dream.

V157

FOOTBINDING: Search for the Three-

Inch Golden Lotus

Documentary Social/Political

60:00

p: Yue-Qing Yang

d: Yue-Qing Yang

ad: Yue-Qing Yang

pe: Yue-Qing Yang

dop: Yue-Qing Yang

sw: Yue-Qing Yang

os: Yue-Qing Yang

r: Yue-Qing Yang

Prod Co: East-West Film Enterprises Ltd.

Contact: Marissa Stapley

VisionTV

80 Bond St.

Toronto, ON M5B 1X2

(416)368-3194

mstapley@visiontv.ca

In this intensely personal documentary,

Chinese Canadian filmmaker Yue-Qing Yang

returns home to investigate China’s hidden

shame: the now-extinct practice of foot

binding. Why did millions of women through

the centuries subject themselves to such a

cruel custom in pursuit of a strange ideal of

feminine beauty?

V174

FORENSIC FACTOR: No Body No Crime

Documentary Series

46:00

p: P. J. Naworynski

d: P. J. Naworynski

pe: Enzo Anile/Van LaPointe

dop: Patrick McGowan

m: Norman Orenstein

sw: P. J. Naworynski

r: Michael Nunan

Dist Co: Exploration Production Inc.

Contact: Elaine Spencer

Exploration Production Inc./Discovery

Channel Canada

9 Channel Nine Court

Scarborough, ON M1S 4B5

(416)332-4406

espencer@discovery.ca

‘Forensic Factor’ is a series of six one-hour

programs presenting the world’s best CSI’s,

armed with the latest investigative tools, used

to help catch elusive criminals. Each episode

explores the science being used by actual

forensic experts throughout North America.

V393

FREEDOM’S LAND: Canada and the

Underground Railroad

Documentary History

45:01

p: Marcy Cuttler

d: William Cobban

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

‘The Underground Railroad’, part metaphor,

part fact, enabled thousands of black refugees

to flee the oppression of the only nation in the

western world that still condoned the practice

of slavery.


Actors – 31
actor

Face

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Dec 302012

Actors – 11
actor

Wasp-chewer

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FUTURE MEDICINE: Future Surgery

Science/Medicine

46:45

p: Nova Herman

d: Chris Triffo

pe: Jason Hujber/Chris Kuriata/Sylvain

Moniot-Beaumont

dop: Chris Triffo

m: Scott Triffo

sw: Colin McNeil/Bruce Edwards

os: Scott Triffo

Prod Co: Partners in Motion

Dist Co: Harmony Entertainment

Contact: Jeff Stecyk

Partners in Motion

2704 10th Ave.

Regina, SK S4T 1E9

(306)545-2204

jstecyk@partnersinmotion.com

‘Future Surgery’ explores three technologies

that are revolutionizing how surgeons perform

operation and deliver critical care. These

advancements allow doctors to perform brain

surgery using less invasive methods and

decrease that chance of error.

V122

GAMES

Experimental

02:29

p: Roxanne Gregory

d: Roxanne Gregory

ad: Roxanne Gregory

pe: Roxanne Gregory

m: Roxanne Gregory

sw: Roxanne Gregory

os: Roxanne Gregory

r: Roxanne Gregory

Prod Co: Ronin Enterprise Inc.

Contact: R. Gregory

Ronin Enterprise Inc.

Box 305

Madiera Park, BC V0N 2H0

(604)883-9899

roxanne_gregory@sunshine.ncf

‘Games’ is an anti-war art film. Just as an

artist combines images to create a collage,

‘Games’ is a collage of water colored net

images married with music and poetry.

V305 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BCRA- Prod. Co.

GENE MACHINE, THE

Science/Medicine

30:00

p: Jack Micay

d: Jack Micay

ad: Heather MacCrimmon

pe: Mary Zahran

dop: Colin Allison

m: Evelyn Dotl/Moxy Früvous/Jack Micay

sw: Jack Micay

os: Kitchen Sync

r: Jack Micay

Prod/Dist Co: MediCinema Ltd.

Contact: Jack Micay

MediCinema Ltd.

74 Lyndhurst Ave.

Toronto, ON M5R 2Z7

(416)977-0569

medi@medicinema.com

The double Helix discovery in 1953 quickly led

to an understanding of how a gene leads to a

protein and the genetic code that translates

DNA into amino acids. That soon was eclipsed

by the next leap forward – genetic engineering.

V184 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BCRA- Bill Siggins

GERHARD THE TUBA

Children/Youth Productions

24:49

41

p: Allan Dotson/Hildy Bowen

d: Brett Bell

pe: Brett Bell

dop: Daryll Kesslar

sw: Allan Dotson

r: Cary Ciesielski

Prod Co: 4 Square Productions Canada Ltd.

Contact: Lioz Bouganin

4 Square Productions Canada Ltd.

220 – 1808 Smith St.

Regina, SK S4P 2N4

(306)525-6950

lbouganin@4square.ca

Young Gerhard hates being a tuba, and his

low position in the hierarchy of the orchestra.

With the help of a beautiful Japanese

euphonium named Yoko, and inspiration from

world-class classical and jazz performances,

Gerhard gains the confidence and humor to be

himself. He learns to live for the love of music.

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GETTING ALONG FAMOUSLY

Comedy

45:39

p: Kathy Avrich-Johnson

d: Deborah Day

ad: Paul Ames

pe: Michele Conroy

dop: Gerald Packer

m: Greg Morrison/Lisa Lambers/Donald

Quan

sw: Colin Mochrie

r: Tattersall Sound & Picture

Prod/Dist Co: Canadian Accents Inc.

Contact: Kathy Avrich-Johnson

Canadian Accents Inc.

26 Yarmouth Rd.

Toronto, ON M6G 1W6

(416)653-0702

kaj@canadianaccents.ca

It’s 1964 and world famous stars Ruby Kendall

and Kip Delaney (married, divorced and

remarried) have their own variety show on

CBC. They’ve got a new time slot and ratings

are slipping. An in-front and behind-thescenes

look at their lives and work.

V214

GOD’S TEARS

Documentary Arts/Culture

47:00

p: Alan Mendelsohn

d: Dugald Maudsley

pe: David Murray

dop: Robert Holmes

m: David Johanns

sw: Dugald Maudsley

os: Kitchen Sync Digital Audio

r: Dugald Maudsley

Prod Co: Barna-Alper Productions

Dist Co: Alliance Altlantis

Contact: Christine Eames

Barna-Alper Productions

366 Adelaide St. W., Suite 700

Toronto, ON M5V 1R9

(416)979-0676

christine@bap.ca

It was one of the greatest famines in history. In

the end, more than one million Ethiopians

starved to death in a world brimming with

food, but it also gave birth to Live Aid, a

humanitarian gesture that helped save three

million people and change the world forever.

V023 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BCRA- Prod. Co.

GOLD

Drama

15:57

p: Armen Kazazian

d: Armen Kazazian

ad: Svetlana Jankovic

pe: Dev Khanna

dop: Gregor Hagey

m: Rodney Sharman

sw: Armen Kazazian

os: Bob Rouse/Rob Bertola

Prod Co: Madpigeon/Oceansize Films

Contact: Armen Kazazian

Madpigeon/Oceansize Films

459A Parliament St.

Toronto, ON M5A 3A3

(416)923-5797

madpigeon@sympatico.ca

An aging isolated artist who is going blind

uses a young, drug addicted street hustler to

complete his paintings.


Actors – 7
actor

Mates

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V213

GORBACHEV’S REVOLUTION

Documentary Biography

47:00

p: Alan Mendelsohn

d: Fern Levitt

pe: Nick Hector

dop: Gennadiy Popov

m: Alex Khaskin

sw: Fern Levitt

os: Kitchen Sync Digital Audio

r: Kristina Howard

Prod Co: Barna-Alper Productions

Dist Co: Alliance Atlantis

Contact: Christine Eames

Barna-Alper Productions

366 Adelaide St. W. Suite 700

Toronto, ON M5V 1R9

(416)-979-0676

christine@bap.ca

It is said that to “save one life is to save the

world entire”. Mikhail Gorbachev brought

freedom to millions. In his moment of time, he

gave the world hope that peace was within our

grasp and liberty was for all. No other person

in this century has done so much for so many

others. He is the Man of the Century, the man

who changed the world.

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GRASSLAND TRANSFER

Nature/Environment

48:00

p: Susan Risk

d: Susan Risk

pe: Susan Risk

dop: Susan Risk

m: David Lawlor

sw: Laura Burkhart

os: Twisted Pair Sound

r: Susan Risk

Prod Co: Sure Fire Productions/Live Wire

Video Productions

Dist Co: Moving Images Distribution

Contact: Susan Risk

Sure Fire Productions

2050 Garnet St.

Regina, SK S4T 2Z6

(306)586-3492

livewirevideo@sasktel.net

This documentary takes viewers on a journey

with plant ecologist Jeff Thorpe, who belongs

to a team of Canadians working with Chinese

experts to preserve the ecosystem, while

offering viable agriculture options for the

herding peoples of the region.

V295

GREAT ESCAPE, THE: The Canadian

Story

Documentary History

45:50

p: Roch Brunette

d: Don Young

pe: Randy Kelly

dop: Jean-Denis Ménard

m: Réjean Paquin

sw: Don Young

os: Don Young

Prod Co: Productions Roch Brunette Inc.

Contact: Roch Brunette

Productions Roch Brunette Inc.

106 Boulevard Sacré-Coeur

Gatineau, QC J8X 1E1

(819)770-6500

roch@prb.ca

In 1944, seventy-six Allied Airmen climbed

through a tunnel at Stalag Luft III, a tunnel

they had planned and dug. This is the true

story of the implication of Canadian soldiers,

a story of daring heroism and brutal revenge.

It is a testament to the ingenuity and

determination of the human spirit. Those

young Canadians, far from home, found a way

to continue to fight for what they believed in:

Freedom!

V313

GREAT RETRO-CHIC REVIVAL, THE

Drama

15:00

p: Kelly Wong/Matthew Long/Patrick

Earley

d: Matthew Long

ad: Matthew Long

pe: Kelly Wong

dop: Patrick Earley

sw: Matthew Long

r: Patrick Earley/Matthew Long

Prod Co: Esque Films

42

Contact: Matthew Long

Esque Films

1243 Hornby St.

Vancouver, BC V6Z 1W4

(604)838-5664

matthew@esque.ca

In the future, deep in the belly of a glacier, a

society of Human Drones thaw out a

cryogenically frozen woman from the year

1987 in order to learn about her culture and

adopt it as their own.

V077 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BCRA- P

GREFFE DE SANG DE CORDON

OMBILICAL, LA

Science/Medicine

11:30

p: Hélène Leroux

d: Marièle Choquette

pe: Éric Lemyre

dop: Alain Daignault/Guy Ouellet

sw: Michel Rochon

os: Michel Emond

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

Saint Justine Hospital just started the first

Umbilical Cord Blood (UCB) Bank in Quebec.

Transplanting UCB makes possible the

healing of numerous sicknesses such as

leukemia. We followed young Anthime who

underwent a successful treatment.

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GROS MORNE TIME LINES

Documentary Arts/Culture

22:19

p: Mary Elizabeth Luka

d: Mary Elizabeth Luka

ad: Tara Bryan/Anne Meredith Barry

pe: Gary Quigley

dop: Ty Evans

sw: Mary Elizabeth Luka

os: Gary Quigley

Prod Co: CBC

Contact: Victoria Goodfellow

CBC

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

Toronto, ON M5V 3G7

(416)205-5633

victoria_goodfellow@cbc.ca

With brevity, clarity and beauty, the artists

interpret the strange and elemental fascination

the landscape of Gros Morne evokes.

V069 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BCRA- P

GROWING HOLES

Drama

10:10

p: Trevor Smith

d: Trevor Smith

ad: Trevor Smith

pe: Matt Gillespie

dop: Dave Luxton

m: Marty Antonini

sw: Trevor Smith

os: Trevor Smith

r: Cory Gray

Prod/Dist Co: 1047204 Alberta Ltd.

Contact: Trevor Smith

1047204 Alberta Ltd.

1515 – 25 Ave. S.W.

Calgary, AB T2T 0Z7

(403)620-7576

bigsleep@shaw.ca

A prison chain gang digs two fresh graves for

men destined to be executed that night. As

time slips away for the murderers’ salvation,

the grave diggers’ mixed reactions to the grim

task split them apart and unravel the progress.

The supervising boss is obliged to act himself,

and lead the group through the awful task and

morally justify the indifferent nature of the

world.


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no life, no guard (film version)
film

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.

V121 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BCRA- P

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.

V044 . . . . . . . . . . . . BCRA- CBC-Newsworld

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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Cadden .. Actress
actress

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HOLLYWOOD NATIVES

Aboriginal

13:39

p: Aaron Lewis/Jennifer Podemski

pe: Aaron Lewis

dop: Aaron Lewis

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

How much of the old west still remains in

Hollywood? Native actors have been waging

since the time of Tonto – a new generation of

natives are emerging.

V029 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BCRA- Dist. Co.

HONG KONG EXPRESS: The Fast Track

to Fame and fortune

Multicultural

46:30

p: Shan Tam/Eunice Lee

d: Michael Parker

pe: Scott Winlaw

dop: Brian Johnson

m: Simon Kendall

sw: Michael Parker/Eunice Lee

os: Kevin Hamilton

Dist Co: Harbourfront Entertainment

Contact: Shan Tam

Holiday Pictures Ltd.

1634 E. 13th Ave.

Vancouver, BC V5N 2B8

(604)879-6613

shan@holidaypictures.ca

‘Hong Kong Express’ is a one hour

documentary about the phenomenon of

Chinese-Canadian women winning

international Chinese beauty pageants and

their subsequent meteoric rise to fame in the

Asian entertainment world.

V153

HOTEL BABYLON

Drama

60:00

p: Glace W. Lawrence

d: Charles Officer

pe: Robert Swartz

dop: 5ive

sw: Annmarie Morais

r: Jeff Reyes

Prod Co: Hotel Babylon Productions Inc.

Contact: Marissa Stapley

VisionTV

80 Bond St.

Toronto, ON M5B 1X2

(416)368-3194

mstapley@visiontv.ca

The late shift employees at Winnipeg’s Hotel

Zebulon (known as “The Babylon”) are skilled

professionals from overseas, reduced as new

immigrants to working menial jobs. They are

drawn into events that will put their former

talents to the test. Awaovieyi Agie stars as

Azu, a former police inspector who

investigates a mystery involving a dead

actress, her manager, a missing bracelet and a

stuffed dog.

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HOW COME YOU WALK FUNNY?

Documentary Social/Political

46:30

p: Tina Hahn/James Weyman

d: Tina Hahn

pe: Tina Hahn/Caroline Christie

dop: Felipe Rodriguez/Deborah Branch

m: Aaron Davis

sw: James Weyman

os: James Weyman

r: John Loranger

Prod Co: Symmetree Media

Contact: Tina Hahn

Symmetree Media

20 Alexandra Blvd., Suite 1

Toronto, ON M4R 1L7

(416)487-6261

tinahahn@symmetreemedia.com

Enter a kindergarten that will revolutionize

the way you think about disability and

education. Watch a rambunctious class of 4 to

6 year-olds discover the common ground that

unites them. As well as witness the challenges

of their parents and teachers as they try to

extend inclusion beyond the classroom.

V123

I DARE NOT TO GO

Drama

27:47

p: Anna Petras/Adriana Maggs

d: Adriana Maggs

ad: Derek Holmes

pe: Anna Petras

dop: Justin Simms

m: Steve Cochrane

sw: Adriana Maggs

os: Mark Neary

Prod Co: Dare Productions

Contact: Adriana Maggs

Dare Productions

24 Livingstone St.

St. John’s, NL A1C 1V6

(709)738-7286

amaggs@nfld.com

‘I Dare Not Go’ is the story of Crystal who is

haunted by her past. She doesn’t quite

remember and her family who are desperate to

move past the death of their son are not

helping.

V330

I LIKE TO EAT

Performing Arts/Entertainment

04:14

44

p: Tom Ehman

d: Kim Ehman

pe: Kim Ehman

dop: Kim Ehman

m: Tommy John Ehman

sw: Kim Ehman

Prod Co: eh man Productions

Contact: Kim Ehman

eh man Productions

Box 322

Craik, SK S0G 0V0

(306)734-2899

ehmank@sasktel.net

Upon realization that all food we eat comes

from somewhere, the “city kid” wants to say

thank you to all the farmers and food

producers that make it possible to walk into a

grocery store and buy fresh, safe food.

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IMPACT OF TERROR

Documentary Social/Political

52:00

p: Simcha Jacobovici/Ric Esther

Bienstock/Tim Wolochatiuk

d: Tim Wolochatiuk

pe: John Whitcher

dop: Allan Piil

m: John Welsman

sw: Tim Wolochatiuk

os: Amy Pressman

r: Adrian Tucker/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

Impact of Terror’ is a documentary about the

suicide bombing of an Israeli pizzeria. The

victims were Jews and Arabs, young and old.

Through personal stories, we witness how this

horrifying event has had a lasting and

profound impact on the lives of people

connected to the bombing.


Aspiring Actress
actress

If you have a serious role and are looking for a new talent let me know and I will introduce you.

M8 35mm

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Nitrate Film Stored in a Brick Vault Located between the Fifth and Sixth Wings of the Navy Department, August 9, 1935
film

Original Caption: Nitrate Film stored in a brick vault located between the 5th and 6th wings of the Navy Department. These records are the property of the five bureaus. August 9, 1935.

U.S. National Archives’ Local Identifier: 64-NAD-6-6

Subjects:
United States National Archives Personnel

Persistent URL: arcweb.archives.gov/arc/action/ExternalIdSearch?id=4477200

Repository: Still Picture Records Section, Special Media Archives Services Division (NWCS-S), National Archives at College Park, 8601 Adelphi Road, College Park, MD, 20740-6001.

For information about ordering reproductions of photographs held by the Still Picture Unit, visit: www.archives.gov/research/order/still-pictures.html

Reproductions may be ordered via an independent vendor. NARA maintains a list of vendors at www.archives.gov/research/order/vendors-photos-maps-dc.html

Access Restrictions: Unrestricted
Use Restrictions: Unrestricted

V076 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BCRA- P

IN OUR OWN IMAGE

Science/Medicine

40:00

p: Caroline R. Maria

d: Caroline R. Maria

ad: Caroline R. Maria

pe: Josee Trottier

dop: Gary Theobald

m: Robert Marchand

sw: Caroline R. Maria/Joan Scott

os: Joan Scott

r: Marc-Andre Nadeau

Prod Co: Cinemaria

Dist Co: NFB

Contact: Caroline R. Maria

Cinemaria

1358 Ste. Catherine E.

Montreal, QC H2L 2H6

(514)525-0358

cmaria@cinemaria.com

With recent advances in genetic technology,

families with certain disorders must now

decide whether or not to have a child “in their

own image.” What’s in store for society as

tests reveal more and more about what’s in

our genes?

V378 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BCRA- D

IN SEARCH OF GRAFFITIMAN

Comedy

18:30

p: Sergei Romanoff/Stacy Muller

d: Sergei Romanoff

ad: Sergei Romanoff

pe: Sergei Romanoff/Stacy Muller

dop: Sergei Romanoff

m: Sergei Romanoff

sw: Mike Politis/Sergei Romanoff

os: Mike Politis/Sergei Romanoff

r: Sergei Romanoff

Contact: Sergei Romanoff

Hollywood North Productions

151 Cypress Court

Saskatoon, SK S7K 5C3

(306)717-4996

hollywoodnorthproductions@yahoo.com

Peckerton’s unflappable TV news team is

under siege during a live documentary report.

While taking on mocumentary aspects,

Improve Artists unflap the world of graffiti

while getting flapped themselves.

V360

IN THE SHADOW OF GOLD

MOUNTAIN

Multicultural

43:04

p: Tamara Lynch

d: Karen Cho

m: Janet Lumb/Dino Giancolo

sw: Karen Cho

Prod/Dist Co: NFB

Contact: Madeleine Bélisle

NFB

3155 Côte de Liesse

St-Laurent, QC H4N 2N4

(514)283-9805

festivals@nfb.ca

Cho’s film, takes her from Montreal to

Vancouver to uncover stories from the last

living survivors of one of the darkest chapters

in Canadian history: The Chinese Head Tax

and Exclusion Act.

V058 . . . . . . BCRA- Mary Darling-Prod. Co.

INDECENTLY EXPOSED

Documentary Social/Political

43:40

p: Michael Snook

d: Trevor Grant

pe: Chris Bailey

dop: Layton Burton/Ian Rogers

m: Todd Bryanton

sw: Michael Snook/Trevor Grant

os: Ed Seneshen/Russ Whyte

r: Phillip Saunders/Joan Speirs

Prod/Dist Co: WestWind Pictures Ltd.

Contact: Mark Bradley

WestWind Pictures Ltd.

#402 – 2206 Dewdney Ave.

Regina, SK S4R 1H3

(306)777-0160

markbradley@westwindpictures.com

A documentary about the effects of systematic

racism on Canadians, in particular, on the

First Nations People.

V004 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BCRA- Dist. Co.

INDIFFERENCE

Drama

10:00

p: Jennifer Macerollo

d: Thomas Korzeniowski

ad: Sarah Baptist

pe: Colm Caffrey

dop: Jonathan Bensimon

m: Joseph Macerollo

sw: Melissa Remark/Thomas Korzeniowski

os: Scott Campbell/Tim Lue

Dist Co: Moving Headshot Productions

Contact: Jennifer Macerollo

Moving Headshot Productions

#504 – 38 Avoca Ave.

Toronto, ON M4T 2B9

(416)562-3652

movingheadshotproduction@sympatico.ca

Indifference’ is the story of a mother and son

letting go of memories and moving on in life.

V149

INSIDE INDIA: Vimala’s Story

Science/Medicine

30:00

p: Steve Walsh

d: Steve Walsh

os: Filomena Martino

Prod/Dist Co: Rogers Television

Contact: Julie Andaloro

Rogers Television

244 Newkirk Rd.

Richmond Hill, ON L4C 3S5

(905)780-7219

julie.andaloro@rci.rogers.com

Inside India, Vimala’s Story profiles Christian

Blind Mission International’s work at the

International Center for Eye Care at the

Jospeh Eye Hospital in Southern India. The

documentary follows Vimala from her

desperately poor village in Southern India to

the Joseph Eye Hospital where she receives

the surgery necessary to restore her sight.

V234 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BCRA- D

INTO THE GARDEN

Drama

27:00

p: Maureen Prentice/Glynis Whiting

d: Glynis Whiting

45

ad: Tyler Irvine/Jess Chatterson

pe: Kelsey Whiting-Hewlett

dop: Kenneth Hewlett

m: Doug Blackley

sw: Glynis Whiting

r: Rik Strutt/Doug Blackley/Jeff

Henschel/Ken Hewlett

Prod Co: Whiting Communications Ltd.

Contact: Glynis Whiting

Whiting Communications Ltd.

360 Ioco Rd.

Port Moody, BC V3H 2V7

(604)931-1366

whitcom@shaw.ca

Ruth Harper, a lonely botanist with deadly

secrets, becomes obsessed with a young

visiting professor, Scott Brown. After a

steamy sexual encounter, he tries to stop the

affair, only to discover that Ruth is mentally

fragile and potentially dangerous.

V358

INUUVUNGA: I am Inuk, I am Alive

Aboriginal

57:40

p: Pierre LaPointe

d: Mila Aung-Thwin/Daniel Cross

Prod/Dist Co: NFB

Contact: Madeleine Bélisle

NFB

3155 Côte de Liesse

St-Laurent, QC H4N 2N4

(514)283-9805

festivals@nfb.ca

Hockey, hip hop, hunting and midnight Ski-

Doo rides. Welcome to our world. Welcome to

Inukjuak.


FLIMSUAP!! (o cómo lograr que un film swap sea un desastre, varias veces)
film

Hace algún tiempo que CosmopolitaSur y yo intentamos llevar a buen puerto un proyecto fotográfico común: un film swap. La idea es disparar ambos el mismo carrete dos veces, obteniendo unas fotografías geniales, doblemente expuestas, y diapositivas reveladas mediante proceso cruzado. Eso en teoría…

Tras un par de interesantes intentos, nos hemos convertido en expertos sobre cómo lograr que un film swap quede como el culo. Así que hemos decidido compartir nuestra sabiduría y enumerar todo aquello que no debéis hacer si queréis que vuestro carrete compartido entre dentro de los límites de la normalidad.

1. Olvidar pedir en la tienda proceso cruzado para el carrete, así lo revelarán como diapositivas normales (incluyendo cortar la película y pasarla a marquitos) y esos maravillosos colores que preveíais serán historia.
2. Buscar una cámara tenga el espejo trabado y no exponga la película al disparar, así sólo se expondrá el carrete una vez y quedarán las fotos lo más oscuras posible.
3. Una de las cámaras debe llevar la película de izquierda a derecha y la otra de derecha a izquierda (arriba y abajo estarán invertidos en cada cámara).
4. No alineéis los frames de la película, eso producirá que las fotografías sólo se solapen en parte.
5. Usar cámaras con distinta velocidad de obturación provocando que la película se queme en la mayoría de las fotos (y haciendo que todo sea un cúmulo de cosas sobreexpuestas).
6. Tener cámaras con distinta configuración de la ISO. Eso provocará que las fotos de uno de los dos fotógrafos queden diluidas por subexposición.

Sólo nos ha faltado que perdieran la película en correos durante alguno de los envíos, pero como intentaremos un tercero, no perderemos la esperanza…

Vivitar Ultra Wide & Slim + Twinke 2

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moving walk way
move

Note to self – remember that this is here. It saves a lot of walking.

Australia NSW Sydney 20070303 IMG_9080.jpg

V129 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BCRA- Prod. Co.

IPPERWASH: A Canadian Tragedy

Documentary Social/Political

57:00

p: Joan Goldi

d: John Goldi

pe: John Goldi

dop: John Goldi

sw: John Goldi/Joan Goldi

os: John Goldi/Joan Goldi

r: John Goldi/Joan Goldi

Prod/Dist Co: Goldi Productions Ltd.

Contact: Joan Goldi

Goldi Productions Ltd.

1409 Malibou Terrace

Missisauga, ON L5J 4B9

(888)244-8144

joan.goldi@goldiproductions.com

Told entirely through the voices of First

Nations people, who were there, is the story of

a police force run amok, when the Ontario

Provincial Police launches a midnight attack

on unarmed group of Indian men, women and

children, at Ipperwash, Ontario in 1995.

V120 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BCRA- D

IS THIS YOUR HOUSE?

Documentary Short Subject

08:00

p: Velcrow Ripper/Selwyn Jacobs

d: Velcrow Ripper

ad: Velcrow Ripper

pe: Velcrow Ripper

dop: Danny Nowak

sw: Velcrow Ripper

os: Velcrow Ripper

r: Velcrow Ripper

Prod Co: Transparent Film

Contact: Velcrow Ripper

Transparent Film

800 Keefer St. Unit C

Vancouver, BC V6A 1Y7

(604)762-8005

transparentfilm@mac.com

Two homes: one a fire trap, run down,

neglected. The other, fixed up, cleaned up,

with better, safer housekeeping. Both ready

for the test bomb. Which of these is your

house?

V347

IT’S A GIRLS WORLD

Documentary Social/Political

54:00

p: Gerry Flahive

d: Lynn Glazier

pe: Sarah Bachinski

dop: Joan Hutton

m: Aaron Davis/John Lang

sw: Lynn Glazier

Prod/Dist Co: NFB

Contact: Madeleine Bélisle

NFB

3155 Côte de Liesse

St-Laurent, QC H4N 2N4

(514)283-9805

festivals@nfb.ca

‘Girl’s World’ takes the viewer on a journey

into the tumultuous relationships of a clique of

popular young girls in middle class Montreal.

V262 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BCRA- Dist. Co.

JACK’S PROPHECY

Experimental

06:50

p: Randy Guest

d: Randy Guest

ad: Shawna Connor

pe: John Barnard

dop: Steven Morrisson

r: Gerald Laroch

Dist Co: Winnipeg Film Group

Contact: Matthew Etches

Winnipeg Film Group

304 – 100 Arthur St.

Winnipeg, MB R3B 1H3

(204)925-3452

matthew@winnipegfilmgroup.com

Extreme human emotions often create

extremely irrational behavior. For Jack, the

loss of his marriage, his child, and ultimately

his life as he knew it, has sent him into an

emotional tailspin from which he may never

return. His desperate sense of false hope

ultimately results, metaphorically, in his selffulfilling

prophecy, a delusional reunion with

his daughter.

V038 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BCRA- P

JEW JUBE LIVES

Comedy

05:49

p: Michael Cohen

d: Michael Davidson

pe: David Johns

dop: David Johns

m: Doane LeBlanc Inc./Michael Cohen

sw: Michael Cohen

r: Jason Milligan/Peter Steele-Mosey

Prod Co: Muddy Spud Productions

Contact: Michael Cohen

Muddy Spud Productions

21 Halton St.

Toronto, ON M6J 1R4

(416)535-3133

maccohen@rogers.com

Jewish rap star Jew Jube, a.k.a. Shmuley

Zeidelman, is a pop culture phenomenon. On

the music video set of his latest hit, “Be Your

Own Messiah”, we learn about the controversy

surrounding his next project… world peace.

V064

JOHN KENNETH GALBRAITH: The

Abiding Liberal

Documentary Biography

42:00

p: Andrew Gregg

d: Andrew Gregg

pe: Geoff Matheson

dop: Rick Boston

m: Bruce Fowler/David Shaw

sw: Andrew Gregg

os: Patrick Skehan/Stephen Barden

r: Andrew Gregg/Isabella C. Favaro

Prod/Dist Co: 90th Parallel Productions Ltd.

Contact: Susanne Cuffe

90th Parallel Productiond Ltd.

203 Gerrard St. E.

Toronto, ON M5A 2E7

(416)364-9090

susanne@90parallel.ca

John K. Galbriath took his homegrown

knowledge of economics, liberal society and

his “Canadian sensibility”, to the USA in the

1930s. Now 95, Galbriath is still on the attack,

his criticism against a Bush government whose

prospects,he says “are dismal.”

V147

JOSEF’S DAUGHTER

Documentary Point of View

51:50

p: Sylvie Van Brabant

d: Ilana Linden

pe: Terre Nash

dop: Carlos Ferrand

m: Karen Young

46

sw: Ilana Linden

os: Daniel Ferland

Contact: Marie-France Côté

Films du Rapide-Blanc

5768 Chabot

Montréal, QC H2G 2S7

(514)388-0482

productions@rapideblanc.ca

Ilana’s father Josef is dying as she enters

menopause. Terrified of growing old, she

decides to revitalize her life via her body. A

compelling, disarmingly honest film about one

woman’s journey to understand what has

shaped her take on aging, mortality, youth and

beauty.


Moving Aaron to BG, 1998
move

Aaron’s 7-foot sofa, strapped to the top of the Taurus station wagon, shortly before the skies opened up and torrential rain ensued.

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South Beach 126 Film
film

Kodak Instamatic X-15 and expired 2007 Adox Adocolor (Ferrania) 126 film.

V362

JOUR ORDINAIRE PAS COMME LES

AUTRES, UN

Animation

06:54

p: Michèle Bélanger

d: Frédérick Tremblay

pe: Natacha Dufaux

m: Denis Larochelle

sw: Frédérick Tremblay/Alexis Martin

Prod/Dist Co: NFB

Contact: Madeleine Bélisle

NFB

3155 Côte de Liesse

St-Laurent, QC H4N 2N4

(514)283-9805

festivals@nfb.ca

The film is a zany fantasy in which billows of

factory smoke are mistaken for fluffy clouds

and tree stumps for a lush forest. Two young

addicts play with words and images in a

wacky world drawn in a falsely naive style.

V089 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BCRA- P

JUDGMENT CALL

Drama

09:02

p: Robert Budreau

d: Robert Budreau

ad: Julia Fong

pe: Geoff Ashenhurst

dop: Andrew Watt

m: Ryan McCombe

sw: Robert Budreau

r: Dale Sheldrake/Rob Bertola

Prod/Dist Co: Lumanity Productions Inc.

Contact: Robert Budreau

Lumanity Productions Inc.

313 Brock Ave. Main Floor

Toronto, ON M6K 2M6

(416)531-9691

rbudreau@lumanityproductions.com

As three Major League Baseball umpires

prepare for the first day of spring training,

they debate their roles and the value of

‘America’s Past-time’ in our post 9/11 world.

V047

KATA PRACTICE

Drama

04:45

p: Siu Ta

d: Siu Ta

pe: Tim Dashwood

dop: John Minh Tran

m: Tim Dashwood

sw: Siu Ta

os: Sanjay Mehta/Tim Dashwood/Kevin

Tokar

Prod Co: Urge 2 Film

Contact: Siu Ta

Urge 2 Film

160 Munro St.

Toronto, ON M4M 2B9

(416)817-6887

siu@urge2film.com

David, a six year old junior green belt

practices for his final fight…Sometimes not

even the best of moves can block life’s

challenges.

V205 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BCRA- D

KATHLEEN’S CLOSET

Drama

13:09

p: Diana Wilson/Sheila Jordan

d: Sheila Jordan

ad: David Ohnona

pe: Lara Mazur

dop: Larry Lynn

m: Dennis Burke

sw: Sheila Jordan

r: Gael MacLean

Prod Co: SeeingHumanPictures

Contact: Sheila Jordan

SeeingHumanPictures

3775 Privateers Rd.

Pender Island, BC V0N 2M2

(250)629-3890

sjordan@cablelan.net

Not your run of the mill palliative care nurse,

Janet Edmonds bursts into the last days of

Kathleen Wilson’s life and recreates from the

old woman’s closet a memory of a time when

she loved well and deeply the mysterious “N”.

V266 . . . . . . . . . . . . BCRA- Jennifer Stewart

KILLED BY CARE: Making Medicine Safe

Science/Medicine

45:34

p: Erna Buffie/Daniel Zuckerbrot

d: Daniel Zuckerbrot

pe: Alan Gibb/Michael Morningstar

dop: Derek Kennedy

m: Aaron Davis/John Lang

sw: Erna Buffie

os: Steven Toepell

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 Canada it’s estimated that between 9000

and 24000 people die yearly as a result of

medical error. This film explores the

consequences of medical error and the impact

it has on patients, and the people who care for

them.

V146 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BCRA- P

KING HUNT, THE

Drama

18:15

p: Anna Petras

d: Justin Simms

ad: Debbie Vatcher

pe: Justin Simms

dop: Ellie Yonova

m: Lori Clarke

sw: Justin Simms

r: Mark Neary/Harvey Hyslop

Prod/Dist Co: Newfound Films Inc.

Contact: Anna Petras

Newfound Films Inc.

12 Allan Square

St. John’s, NL A1C 4A8

(709)726-6178

newfoundfilms@canada.com

A world famous chess grandmaster is led into

a game of psychological cat and mouse when

he accepts a challenge from an overzealous

fan.

V095 . . . . . . . . . . . . BCRA- Trevor Hodgson

KINK III

Documentary Series

23:05

p: Stacey Offman/Cal Shumiatcher

d: Audrey Mehler/Eddie O.

pe: Greg Nosaty/Debra Rurak

dop: Sylvestre Guidi/John Westheuser

m: Patric Caird

os: Ewan Deane

r: Michael Ziff/Stephen Lawson/Stacey

Tenenbaum

Prod/Dist Co: Paperny Films

Contact: Julee Wyld

Paperny Films

2043 Quebec St., 2nd Floor

Vancouver, BC V5T 2Z6

(604)228-1960

julee@papernyfilms.com

The new season of Kink introduces audiences

to both Francophone and Anglophone subjects

who live work and play within Montreal’s

fetish scene. Kink’s Montrealers have a strong

community spirit, and a firm and unapologetic

sense of themselves.


South Beach 126 Film
film

Kodak Instamatic X-15 and expired 2007 Adox Adocolor (Ferrania) 126 film.

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new (old) film stash
film

In these "dark times" of financial crisis, it’s best to invest all your money in… film :-D

Some recent bargains on Ebay:

- 20 rolls of Kodak Ektachrome 100 Plus(120 format)
- 17 rolls of Kodak Ektachrome 160T(120 format)
- 5 rolls of Kodak Ektachrome 64T(120 format)
- 9 rolls of Kodak Ektachrome 200(120 format)
- 20 rolls of Kodak Ektacolor Pro Gold 100 HC(120 format)
- 5 rolls of Kodak Ektacolor Pro Gold 100T(120 format)
- 9 rolls of Agfa CT Precisa 100(135 format)
- 1 roll of Fuji 160S(120 format)
- 1 roll of Fuji Astia 100F(120 format)
- 1 roll of Agfa Agfachrome RSX II 200(120 format)
- 1 roll of Kodak Ektachrome 400X(120 format)
- 2 rolls of Kodak Ektachrome E100GX(120 format)
- 2 rolls of Kodak Portra 160NC(120 format)
- 23 rolls of Kodak Portra 400VC(22rolls: 120 format, 1 roll: 220 format)
- 23 rolls of Kodak Portra 400NC(120 format)
- 1 roll of Kodak Tri-X 400(120 format)
- 3 rolls of Ilford HP5(120 format)
- 1 roll of Ilford Delta 100(120 format)
- 3 rolls of Ilford FP4(120 format)
- 7 rolls of Agfa APX 100(135 format)
- 10 rolls of Kodak Tri-X 400(135 format)
- 1 roll of Kodak Plus-X(135 format)
- 1 roll of Fuji Superia Reala 100(135 format)
- 1 roll of Kodak T-Max 100(135 format)
- 1 roll of Fuji Neopan 1600(135 format)

I have another 26 rolls of Tri-X and 11 rolls of APX 100(both 135 format) in the fridge, but they’re not included on the picture. Those aren’t Ebay bargains though… i just bought them in Brussels :D

V154

KINK IN MY HAIR

Drama

60:00

p: Damion Nurse

d: Tonya Lee Williams

pe: Ellen Fine

dop: Jason Tan

m: Norman Orenstein

sw: Annmarie Morais

r: Scott Purdy

47

Prod Co: Novelette’s Productions Inc.

Contact: Marissa Stapley

VisionTV

80 Bond St.

Toronto, ON M5B 1X2

(416)368-3194

mstapley@visiontv.com

For years, Novelette Campbell has worked to

build her Toronto hair salon into a successful

business. Now, some troubling news threatens

to bring it all crashing down. Novelette, is a

strong-willed single mother who presides over

an eccentric surrogate family of hairstylists

and loyal patrons.

V109

L’AMOUR EN PEN

Documentary Social/Political

52:00

p: Monique Simard

d: Manon Barbeau

pe: France Pilon

dop: Philippe Lavalette

os: Anne-Marie Tougas/Roselyne

Laverdiére

Prod Co: Les Productions Virage

Dist Co: Films En Vue

Contact: Mélanie Bhérer

Films En Vue

6300 Av. Du Parc, Bur. #605

Montréal, QC H2V 4H8

(514)276-9556

info@filmsenvue.ca

Prisoners tell their stories of the sadness and

love of their lives: sometimes it is for their

father, brother, child or wife. Through these

stories one starts to see the great need to be

loved right from birth.

V050 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BCRA-P

L’HISTOIRE DE YANN

Documentary Biography

17:40

p: CBC

d: Charles Marcoux

pe: Luc Lemoine

dop: Dave Furman

Prod/Dist Co: CBC

Contact: Charles Marcoux

CBC-SRC

2440 Broad St.

Regina, SK S4P 4A1

(306)347-9527

cmarcoux@regina.cbc.ca

The author of “Life of Pi” quest to find the

meaning of life.

V363

L’HOMME SANS OMBRE

Animation

09:35

p: Georges Schwizgebel/Marcel Jean

d: Georges Schwizgebel

m: Judith Gruber-Stitzer

Prod Co: NFB/Studio GDS

Dist Co: NFB

Contact: Madeleine Bélisle

NFB

3155 Côte de Liesse

St-Laurent, QC H4N 2N4

(514)283-9805

festivals@nfb.ca

A man makes a pact with a magician and

swaps his shadow for riches, but he soon

discovers that the absence of his shadow can

be a humiliating handicap. He soon discovers

the true worth of shadows.

V170 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BCRA- Prod. Co.

LAND OF THE YODELING

MUSHROOM PEOPLE, THE

Comedy

12:00

p: Shannon Jardine

d: Terry Mialkowsky

pe: Terry Mialkowsky

dop: Terry Mialkowsky

m: Jason Schmitz/Bud Jardine/Billy Beattie

sw: Terry Mialkowsky

r: Terry Mialkowsky

Prod/Dist Co: Prairie Threat

Entertainment Inc.

Contact: Shannon Jardine

Prairie Threat Entertainment Inc.

8 – 6585 Rochdale Blvd.

Regina, SK S4X 2Z1

(306)546-5552

prairiethreat@sasktel.net

Two Country Music hating Vancouver women

get more than they bargained for when they try

to swindle some “Good Old Boys” out of a

large quantity of the infamous Saskatchewan

“Torch River ‘Shrooms”.

V325

LANDSCAPE AS A MUSE: Episode #112

Documentary Series

24:00

p: Ian Toews/Jason Britski

d: Ian Toews/Jason Britski

pe: Jason Britski/Ian Toews

dop: Ian Toews

m: Mark Briggs/Gary Wasyliw

os: Jason Britski/Brendan Ostrander/Diane

Oullette

Prod/Dist Co: 291 Film Company Inc.

Contact: Ian Towes/Jason Britski

291 Film Company Inc.

2148 Wallace St.

Regina, SK S4N 4A5

(306)757-8437

contact@291filmcomany.ca

Illustrates the relationship between Canada’s

world class artists and its dramatic inspiring

landscapes. Thirteen visual artists are

highlighted in the series all of whom draw on

landscape as a source of inspiration.

V039

LANDSCAPE REVEALED: The Art of

Toni Onley

Documentary Arts/Culture

48:00

p: Mehdi Ali

d: Mehdi Ali

pe: Mehdi Ali/Paul Lievesley

dop: Billy Chapman

m: Michael Richard Plowman

sw: Carol M. Cram

os: Mehdi Ali

r: Tony Randall

Prod Co: Fountain Productions

Dist Co: Moving Images Distribution

Contact: Mehdi Ali

Fountain Productions

4752 Fernglen Place

Burnaby, BC V5G 3W1

(604)435-2617

mehdi@telus.net

‘Landscape Revealed’ is a journey through the

heart and mind of an artist who combined art

with activism, tackled Canadian tax laws for

artists and boosted awareness of the

preciousness of our land and the absolute

necessity of protecting it.

V027 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BCRA- Dist. Co.

LANGUAGE OF LOVE, THE

Performing Arts/Entertainment

55:35

p: Gail McIntyre/Eileen Thalenberg

d: Eileen Thalenberg

pe: Tim Kirkwood

dop: Neville Ottey

Prod Co: Stormy Nights Productions Inc.

Dist Co: FilmOption International

Contact: Gail McIntyre

Stormy Nights Productions

1033 Bay St., Suite 320

Toronto, ON M5S 3A5

(416)927-1535

stormynights@bellnet.ca

Portrait of Carol Welsman, gifted Canadian

jazz artist whose talent and linguistic abilities

have brought her into contact with musicians

around the world. Shot in Brazil, Italy and

North America, the film’s special guests

include Herbie Hancock, Brazilian super-star

Djavan and composer Romano Musumarra.


I got new films
film

Well, I ordered some medium format film rolls for my Rolleiflex 6008 at a german online shop called Foto Impex. So, I’m good to go and start the spring in medium format photography.

KODAK Professional:
  Ektarchrome E 100 G
  Ektarchrome E 100 VS
  Portra 160VC
  Portra 160NC
  Portra 400
  Portra 800

FUJI Fujifilm:
  Reala 100
  PRO 160 S
  Provia 100F
  Provia 400X

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V092

LAST DANCE: The Life & Times of Rex

Harrington

Documentary Biography

43:00

p: John Curtin

d: John Curtin

pe: John Curtin

dop: Glenn Weston

m: Robert Marcel Lepage

sw: John Curtin

os: Glenn Weston/John Curtin

r: John Curtin/Janet Torge

Prod/Dist Co: Kaos Productions Inc.

Contact: John Curtin

Kaos Productions Inc.

2120 rue St-Andre, Suite 5

Montreal, QC H2L 3V1

48

(514)848-9944

jcurtin@kaosfilms.com

The story of Canada’s most celebrated male

ballet star on the eve of his retirement.

Harrington’s career end is full of emotional

turmoil as he strives to reconcile himself with

his estranged mother whom he last saw 17

years ago.

V054 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BCRA- Prod. Co.

LEADING EDGE, THE: Going Global

Documentary Social/Political

56:30

p: David Billman

d: Mary Bissell/Bruce Mohun

pe: Brice Dowd/Paul Hartley/Tony

Hrkac/Tim Wanlin

dop: George Colmer/John Dowell

m: Hal Foxton Beckett/Bruce Mohun

sw: Mary Bissell/Bruce Mohun

os: Margy Gilmour

Prod/Dist Co: Knowledge Network

Contact: Beth McArthur

Knowledge Network

4355 Mathissi Place

Burnaby, BC V5G 4S8

(604)431-3431

bethm@knowledgenetwork.ca

Hosts Mary Bissell and Bruce Mohun tour

through The Gambia, Thailand, and Vietnam

to examine international research projects

spearheaded by British Columbia universities.

We look at a community development project

in The Gambia, an anti-poverty program in

Vietnam, and a study to solve environmental

problems in Thailand.

V052 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BCRA- Prod. Co.

LEADING EDGE, THE: Innovation in BC

Documentary Series

24:00

p: David Billman

d: Bruce Mohun/Mary Bissell

dop: Chester Ptasinki

m: Hal Foxton Beckett

sw: Mary Bissell/Bruce Mohun

os: Margy Gilmour/Deborah Wainwright

Prod/Dist Co: Knowledge Network

Contact: Beth McArthur

Knowledge Network

4355 Mathissi Place

Burnaby, BC V5G 4S8

(604)431-3431

bethm@knowledgenetwork.ca

In “The Leading Edge: Innovation in BC”

hosts Bruce Mohun and Mary Bissell visit

universities across British Columbia to profile

the work of researchers who are helping to

change the world and transforming ideas into

groundbreaking discoveries. Each episode

highlights mysteries in medicine, psychology,

history and other disciplines.

V160

LEGACY JUSTICE

Aboriginal

29:00

p: George Gallant/Lois Frank

d: George Gallant

ad: Fergus Raphael

pe: Fergus Raphael/George Gallant

dop: James K. McNally

sw: Laura Hutchinson

os: Lois Frank

r: Pat Butler

Prod Co: Gallant Productions for Access the

Education Station

Contact: George Gallant

Gallant Productions Inc.

202 – 12 St. C N.

Lethbridge, AB T1H 2M7

(403)380-4439

george@gallantproductions.com

‘Legacy Justice’ shows how old ways may help

with new problems. This documentary

examines the concept of restorative rather

than punitive justice. Through the struggles of

the legendary Blackfoot warrior Charcoal, we

look at different community justice models.

V158 . . . . . . BCRA- Muriel Rosilio- Dist. Co.

LESSONS IN FEAR

Documentary Point of View

51:50

p: James Cullingham/Igal Hecht

d: James Cullingham

pe: Igal Hecht

dop: Samer Shalabi/Elad Winkler

m: Barak Ben Nathan

sw: James Cullingham

os: Jake Wadland/Sonnia Kim/Lina Ismail

r: Peter Houston

Prod Co: Tamarack Production/Seneca

College

Dist Co: Filmoption International

Contact: James Cullingham

Tamarack Productions

266 Bain Ave.

Toronto, ON M4K 1G3

(416)312-1841

james.tamarack@rogers.com

Does the solution to conflict between Israelis

and Palestinians lie in classrooms rather than

political conferences? ‘Lessons in Fear’

explores the efforts of ordinary students and

teachers to overcome mistrust, hatred and

propaganda.

V193 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BCRA- P

LETTERS FROM HOME

Nature/Environment

53:00

p: Karen P. Henders

d: Robert J. Long

pe: Robert J. Long

dop: Robert J. Long/Ronald Jacobs

sw: Robert J. Long

os: Robert J. Long/Ronald Jacobs

r: Karen P. Henders

Prod/Dist Co: Waterhem Film Productions

Ltd.

Contact: Karen Henders

Waterhem Film Production Ltd.

Box 69

Balgonie, SK S0G 0E0

(306)771-2740

kphenders@suoloco.ca

Athabasca Sand Dunes, Cypress Hills, an

aspen grove and a prairie pothole…These

landscapes are explored by veteran

biologist/film maker Bob Long in a series of

four letters, each emphasizing the importance

of natural spaces and places, in their own

right.

V224 . . . . . . . . . . . BCRA- Barbara Anderson

LETTERS FROM KARELIA

Documentary History

50:00

p: Joe MacDonald

d: Kelly Saxberg

pe: Kelly Saxberg

dop: Richard Stringer

m: Ari Lahdekorpi

sw: Robert Lower

os: Dr. Varpu Lindstrom

r: Ross Redfern/Howard Rissin

Prod/Dist Co: NFB

Contact: Joe MacDonald

NFB

300 – 136 Market Ave.

Winnipeg, MB R3B 0P4

(204)983-7996

j.macdonald@nfb.ca

Alfred Pitkanen’s life has been forever

changed by the discovery of two letters written

sixty years ago, on the eve of his father’s

death. ‘Letters from Karelia’ unravels the

story of Aate Pitkanen, an idealistic Finnish-

Canadian who moved to Soviet Karelia in the

1930’s to live the Communist dream until

Stalin’s purges and World War II changed

everything.

Agfa Agfachrome film 1974
film

this one brings back memories, the orange box for the slides, the mailer… We’d have to pay extra for the half frame from the Pen FT. At some point I remember mounting my own, because some developing service or another stopped providing half frame slide mounts…

And I really wish I’d have saved some of those metal film canisters.

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