Dec 062012

Universal’s Animal Actors Show
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Taken on January 1, 2012 during the Universal’s Animal Actors Show in the Upper Lot at Universal Studios (Universal Studios Hollywood, Universal City, CA)

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REDEEMABLE IN MERCHANDISE

Drama

11:07

p: David Finch/Dan Emery

d: David Finch

ad: David Gascon

pe: Howard Goldberg

dop: Mark Morgenstern

m: Pierre-Yves Drapeau

sw: Maureen Marovitch

r: Jim Bell

Prod/Dist Co: Picture This Productions

Contact: Dan Emery

Picture This Productions

154 Hillcrest St.

Lachine, QC H8R 1J4

61

(514)484-1145

danemery@sympatico.ca

Dorothy has been married for nearly four

decades to Denis, a man obsessed with saving

Canadian Tire money. Throughout their

marriage Dorothy has sacrificed to help

expand his collection. So when Dorothy

discovers that Denis has been committing the

ultimate betrayal, she decides that it’s her turn

to get a little something for herself.

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RETURN TO MISSISSIPPI

Social/Political-Documentary Short Subject

32:00

p: Katie MacGuire/David Ridgen/Liz

Rosch

d: David Ridgen

pe: Liz Rosch

dop: David Ridgen

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

Using explosive archival and current footage,

‘Return to Mississippi’ revisits the infamous

1964 murders of three civil rights activists in

what is now known as the “Mississippi burning” case.

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RHYME PAYS: Hip Hop and the

Marketing of Cool

Performing Arts/Entertainment

56:20

p: Adrian Callender

d: Adrian Callender/John Turner/Leora

Eisen

pe: Aileen McBride/Tim Dashwood

dop: Alan Lawrence/Ed Middleton

m: Agile

sw: Clifton Joseph

os: Aileen McBride/Tim Dashwood

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

Rhyme Pays’ explores the unexpected

marriage between hip hop and advertising -

and how the purchases you’re making may

have been influenced by their popularity

within the hip hop industry.

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RICHARD BENNETT

Documentary Biography

23:09

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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RICK MERCER’S MONDAY NIGHT

REPORT

Comedy

22:00

p: Gerald Lunz

d: Henry Sarwer-Foner

ad: Paul Ames

m: Edmund Eagan

sw: Rick Mercer/Paul Mather/Greg

Eckler/Chris Finn/Daryn Jones/Tim

Steeves

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

‘Monday Night’ takes a satiric look at the

week’s events, lampoons annoying, overplayed

commercials and travels across the

country to talk with celebrities and ordinary

Canadians alike.

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RIFTING/BLUE

Experimental

07:26

p: Shelagh Carter/Kyle Bornais

d: Shelagh Carter

ad: Cindy Murdoch

pe: John Barnard

dop: John Barnard

m: Mitch Dorge

sw: Cheryl Lilko/Deborah Schwitzer

os: Mitch Dorge

Prod Co: Darkling Pictures/Farpoint Films

Dist Co: Darkling Pictures

Contact: Shelagh Carter

Darkling Pictures

518 Newman St.

Winnipeg, MB R3G 2V5

(204)786-9489

s.carter@uwinnipeg.ca

An experimental short film, exploring women

and madness. It is devoted to breakages-to

what they look like, feel like, and those humans

are who have been asked to hold them-in their

pieces, as they disintegrate.

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RIGGING IT

Documentary Short Subject

17:00

p: Stephanie Klyne

d: Stephanie Klyne

ad: Stephanie Klyne

pe: Stephanie Klyne

dop: Stephanie Klyne

sw: Stephanie Klyne

os: Stephanie Klyne

r: Stephanie Klyne

Contact: Stephanie Klyne

4129 McTavish St.

Regina, SK S4S 3M7

(306)779-1363

sklyne@hotmail.com

A short documentary about the life of a truck

driver. Travel with Steven Drake as he makes

his deliveries across the United States and

Canada. Brief insight from the wife of a

trucker and how she feels about her husband

trucking.

Universal’s Animal Actors Show
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Taken on January 1, 2012 during the Universal’s Animal Actors Show in the Upper Lot at Universal Studios (Universal Studios Hollywood, Universal City, CA)

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Taken on January 1, 2012 during the Universal’s Animal Actors Show in the Upper Lot at Universal Studios (Universal Studios Hollywood, Universal City, CA)

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ROSHAN JAMAL: Faith Without

Boundaries

Multicultural

21:15

p: Susan Poizner

d: Susan Poizner

pe: Calvin Grant

dop: Robin Bain

m: Steven Sauve

sw: Susan Poizner

os: Sandy Wolofsky

r: Crunch

Prod/Dist Co: ThinkStock Inc.

Contact: Susan Poizner

ThinkStock Inc.

107 Everden Rd.

Toronto, ON M6C 3K7

(416)784-2826

susan.poizner@sympatico.ca

Roshan Jamal grew up in Gujarat,India and

moved to Canada where she felt the Mosques

seemed to treat women like second class

citizens. She wanted to practise her religion as

it was in the Prophet Mohammed’s time,with a

strong stress on gender equality. With help

from Hassanali Lakhani a philanthropist, she

created the Noor Cultural Center, a place of

equality.

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RUDOLF BIKKERS

Documentary Biography

16:00

p: Anahit Falihi/Artin Lahiji

d: Artin Lahiji

ad: Anahit Falihi

pe: Artin Lahiji

dop: Artin Lahiji

m: Rudolf Bikkers

sw: Artin Lahiji

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os: Artin Lahiji

r: Artin Lahiji

Prod/Dist Co: Atrix Digital Media Studios

Contact: Anahit Falihi/Artin Lahiji

Atrix Digital Media Studio

303 – 165 3rd Ave. S.

Saskatoon, SK S7K 1L8

(306)222-2886

atrix@canada.com

Rudolf Bikkers, artist and art instructor is

profiled.

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RUNAWAY SCARECROW, THE

Comedy

08:04

p: Cameron Hicks/George Vincent

d: Cameron Hicks

ad: Cameron Hicks/George Vincent

pe: Cameron Hicks/George Vincent

dop: George Vincent

m: David Westdal/Cameron Hicks

sw: Cameron Hicks

os: Cameron Hicks

Prod Co: Vicks Pics Entertainment

Contact: Cameron Hicks

Vicks Pics Entertainment

Box 561

Souris, MB R0K 2C0

(204)483-3599

shicks@inetlink.ca

A scarecrow, trapped in his field decides he

would rather be free to live with the birds he

sees each day in the sky.

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RYAN REEL QUEST

Aboriginal

22:19

p: Jim Compton/Terry Stapleton

d: Terry Stapleton

pe: Gil Tetreault

dop: Ray Bourrier

m: Jesse Green

sw: Terry Stapleton

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

Actor Ryan Black captures the spirit of the

newest storytellers in a behind the scene look

at the Winnipeg Aboriginal Film Festival.

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SADNESS OF JOHNSON JOE JANGLES,

THE

Comedy

18:30

p: Andy Marshall

d: Jeffrey St. Jules

pe: Randy Zimmer

dop: Jonathan Bensimon

sw: Jeffrey St. Jules

os: Kevin Hamilton

Prod Co: Canadian Film Center

Dist Co: Canadian Film Center’s Flow

Distribution

Contact: Jenn Chen

Canadian Film Center’s Flow Distribution

2489 Baview Ave.

Toronto, ON M2L 1A8

(416)445-1446 ext 323

flowinfo@cdnfilmcenter.com

A young couple travels to the Western Frontier

where they dream of starting a new and

prosperous life. Their dream is shattered

when a savvy business woman named Clay

Fantasia lures them to the sinful town of

Washathon. Stuck in this wild frontier town

where even the laws of nature don’t exist, they

must struggle to hold on to the last beautiful

thing left in their life: their love for each

other.

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SAFE

Drama

23:45

p: Bryce Mitchell/Raj Panikkar

d: Kris Booth

ad: Glen Hall

pe: Nicole Bassett

dop: Samy Inayeh

m: Keegan Jessamy/Bryce Mitchell

sw: Raj Panikkar

os: John Gare

Prod Co: Shoes Full of Feet

Contact: Raj Panikkar

Shoes Full of Feet

246 Dunview Ave.

Toronto, ON M2N 4J2

(416)831-6047

raj@shoesfulloffeet.com

Bobby dreams of playing major league

baseball, but his father’s rules stand: study

law and join the family business. Bobby

discovers the key to unlocking a mysterious

safe in his new apartment is the same for

unlocking his dream.

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SALT PILLAR, THE

Drama

20:00

p: Daniel Eskin

d: Daniel Eskin

pe: Daniel Eskin

dop: Steven Morrisson

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

At the end of the Holocaust, in the weeks

following his liberation, a German Jew

wanders across the vast and dangerous Polish

countryside as he makes his long and somber

trek back home to the once peaceful village of

his youth.


Universal’s Animal Actors Show
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SAMBAYANAN: The Filipinos of

Manitoba

Multicultural

22:19

p: Terry Stapleton

d: Terry Stapleton

pe: Christine Gurniak

dop: Ray Bourrier

sw: Terry Stapleton

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

Winnipeg has the highest density of Filipinos

outside of the Philippines per capita. The film

takes the viewer on a tour of Manitoba’s

Philippine community.

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SCARIEST BOY, THE/THE HELPER

Aboriginal

27:45

p: Kyle Irving/Lisa Meeches/Wayne

Sheldon

d: Lesley Oswald

ad: Ray Peterson/Sharon Johnson

pe: Doug Coolidge/Tony Wytinck

dop: Kim Bell

m: Fred Penner

sw: Nancy Trites Botkin

os: Anita Lubosch/Howark Rissin/Bob

Stewart

Prod Co: Eagle Vision Inc.

Contact: Tyson Caron

Eagle Vision Inc.

509 Century St.

Winnipeg, MB R3H 0L8

(204)772-0368

tysoncaron@yahoo.ca/kyle@midcan.com

‘Scariest Boy ‘- Russell plays naughty tricks on

his cousins, Eagle teaches him about listening

and responding to their feelings. ‘The Helper’ -

Sam learns that being a helper is a special

gift.

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SCARRED BY HISTORY: Wars Against

the Roma

Documentary History

45:25

p: Bill Siggins

d: Brett Bell

pe: Brett Bell

m: Cary Ciesielski

sw: Maggie Siggins

os: Kenneth Bell/Paul Compton

r: Mike MacNaughton

Prod Co: 4 Square Productions Canada Ltd.

Dist Co: Rebel Media Ventures Corp.

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Contact: Lioz Bouganin

4 Square Productions Canada Ltd.

220 – 1808 Smith St.

Regina, SK S4P 2N4

(306)525-6950

lbouganin@4square.ca

The Roma or Gypsies were tormented by white

Europeans, victims of attempted genocide by

the Nazis, and forced to assimilate in postwar,

communist Czechoslovakia. Facing point

blank persecution the Tishers fled their

homeland that offered no sanctuary. Now

living a new life in a strange land called

Canada, Tisher cannot forget the centuries of

suffering by his people.

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SCARY STUFF

Children/Youth Productions

35:00

p: Sam Fisher

d: Sam Fisher

ad: Terry Quennec

pe: Sam Fisher

dop: Kyle Cameron

m: Asif Illyas/Shehab Illyas

sw: Sam Fisher

os: Adam Dowling/Sam Fisher

Prod Co: Silver Leaf Productions

Contact: Sam Fisher

Silver Leaf Productions

2537 Windsor St.

Halifax, NS B3K 5C2

(902)425-1868

silver.leaf@ns.sympatico.ca

Two brothers decide to play a creepy prank on

their phone addicted sister when their parents

are out. Using monster toys from an old comic

they hatch evil plans. But when the toys come

to life the torture turns on them.

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SEARCHING FOR CONFUCIUS

Documentary Arts/Culture

47:40

p: Gerald B. Sperling/Bill Siggins

d: Trevor Grant

pe: Chris Bailey

dop: Patrick McLaughlin

m: Echo Mazur

sw: Carrie May Siggins/Trevor Grant

os: Carrie May Siggins/Brett

Bradshaw/Brenda Geil

r: Jason Forrest Plumb

Prod Co: 4 Square Productions Canada Ltd.

Dist Co: Rebel Media Ventures Corp.

Contact: Lioz Bouganin

4 Square Productions Canada Ltd.

220 – 1808 Smith St.

Regina, SK S4P 2N4

(306)525-6950

lbouganin@4square.ca

This hour-long documentary tells the story of a

modern day quest to rediscover Confucius by

examining his life and times. The program’s

host, Wayson Choy, grew up in an immigrant

household where Confucian principles were

strictly adhered. Wayson travels to China, the

homeland of his parents, where he walks in

Confucius’ footsteps. The way to appreciate

this great philosopher, Wayson concludes, is

to see him in his own time and place.

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SEEKING SALVATION

Multicultural

60:00

p: S. Wyeth Clarkson/Phillip Daniels

d: Phillip Daniels

pe: Kerry Davie

sw: Lawrence Hill

Prod Co: Travesty Productions

Contact: Marissa Stapley

VisionTV

80 Bond St.

Toronto, ON M5B 1X2

(416)368-3194 ext. 505

mstapley@visiontv.ca

For generations, the church has been the heart

and soul of the Black community in Canada.

The rich history of the Black church is the

subject of this two-part documentary, which

uses rare archival images, glorious gospel

music and compelling interviews with black

clergy and other experts to bring its epic tale

to life.

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SENTIER DE LA GUÉRISON, LE

Documentary Social/Political

40:48

p: Radio-Canada

d: Pier Gagné

pe: Clarence Gagné

dop: Sylvain Castonguay/Gaétan Morrisset

sw: Sylvie Fournier

os: Louis Chartrand/Luc Delorme/Martin

Thibault

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

A small revolution in the correctional service

is taking place to help the over-represented

First Nation peoples in our prisons, access to

elders, return to traditional rights and

traditions. Through Jean-Charles we learn

what it means to return to the traditions for the

aboriginal prisoners.

Vera Sisson, silent film actress
actress

Vera Sisson and Lon Chaney, Sr.

For Cash
Released 5/3/15 by Universal/Victor; Director: Lon Chaney; Screenplay: W.M. Coldwell; 2 reels Chaney did not appear in this short under his own name, he used "Mr. Brown".

CAST: Vera Sisson (Vera Ronceval), Lon Chaney (Amos Ronceval), Jack Warren Kerrigan (Arthen Owen), Dr. Blytell (Mr. Ronceval), Billy Quinn (Lee Varick)

SYNOPSIS: Her reclusive father Amos has brought up Vera Ronceval in seclusion. One day she meets Arthen Owen, an artist, and they fall in love. When Amos learns of their romance, he forbids Arthen to see his daughter, and in his excitement, suffers a heart attack. His dying wish is that Vera be given to the custody of her cousin, Mr. Ronceval, an attorney. He takes Vera away to his home in the city, and Arthen, unable to find his sweetheart, falls into a dissipated lifestyle. Broke, Arthen agrees to paint pictures for Lee Varick, a disreputable "artist" who signs his name to the work of others. Mr. Ronceval is a friend of Varick’s and decides he would be a suitable match for Vera; she reluctantly consents to the engagement. Vera sees Arthen one day, and despite his fall from grace, tells him that she still loves him. Arthen, with a new lease on life, goes to Varick to return his latest check, when he hears screams from the man’s apartment. He breaks in to find Vera, who went to break her engagement, being assaulted by Varick. Arthen knocks Varick down and rescues Vera. When her cousin learns of Varick’s evil deeds, he consents to Vera marrying Arthen.

"This is very conventional and not particularly attractive in settings. The principals are interesting, but their work furnishes the chief strength of the production." —Moving Picture World

"The two reels have been photographed well and some pretty scenes have been obtained, but the story becomes more vague as the action progresses and the main idea is hard to grasp." — Motion Picture News

NOTES: The formal description of the film filed with the U.S. Copyright office describes the actor that played Amos (Chaney) as "Mr. Brown." Perhaps Chaney chose to receive credit only for his role as director, although stills from the picture clearly reveal that he appeared in the film.

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At Panorama Lounge for a reception for the 2011 CFC Actors Conservatory.

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SEPARATE REALITY, A: Norval

Morrisseau

Documentary Biography

42:00

p: Paul Carvalho

d: Paul Carvalho

pe: Paul Carvalho

dop: Andrei Khabad

m: Daniel Scott

sw: Paul Carvalho

os: Richard Lavoie/Cliff Caines

r: Kathleen Shearer/Christine Lucy

Latimer

Prod/Dist Co: Perception Films Inc.

Contact: Paul Carvalho

Perception Films Inc.

79 Columbia

Montreal, QC H3Z 2C4

(514)989-7536

perception-films@sympatico.ca

Norval Morrisseau was the first native

Canadian to be acclaimed as a great artist.

This film is about the struggle between his

enormous creative power and his relentless

bent for self-destruction.

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SEX, LIES AND SECRECY: Dissecting

Hysterectomy

Science/Medicine

45:34

p: Carol Moore-Ede

d: Carol Moore-Ede

pe: Jacques Milette

dop: Neville Ottey

m: John Welsman

sw: Carol Moore-Ede

os: Alan Geldart

r: Gail McIntyre/Carol Moore-Ede

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 film tells the story of silence, denial and

betrayal – the silence of sharing information,

the denial of the consequences, and the

betrayal of trust. We are shocked by many

gripping personal accounts of female

castration and mutilation.

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SHADOW PLEASURES

Performing Arts/Entertainment

58:00

p: Peter Gentile

d: Veronica Tennant

ad: Astrid Janson

pe: Andy Attalai

dop: Paul Tolton

m: John Gwzoski/Rick Hyslop/Anne

Bourne

sw: Michael Ondaatje

os: Orest Sushko/David Rose

Prod Co: Eccentric Things Inc.

Dist Co: Rhombus Media

Contact: Peter Gentile

Eccentric Things Inc.

148 Parliament St.

Toronto, ON M5A 2Z1

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(416)934-1100

peter@mdfproductions.com

‘Shadow Pleasures’ is a performance film,

narrated and written by the internationally

acclaimed author, Michael Ondaatje,

inspiring a cinematic interpretation of his

evocative poetry and prose.

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SHANGHAI: Paradise for Adventurers

Documentary History

48:00

p: T. Remerowski/M. Canell

d: T. Remerowski/M. Canell

pe: Marie Lyons 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. #206

Toronto, ON M5R 1V9

(416)927-7404

tr@paradigmpictures.com

A revealing portrait of Shanghai during the

20’s and 30’s, when it was known around the

world as the “whore of the Orient” The story

of this remarkable city is told through the lives

of some of its most flamboyant, outrageous

and dangerous citizens.

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SHARING CIRCLE, THE: Long Road,

Full Circle Pt. 1

Documentary Series

23:44

p: Lisa Meeches/Kyle Irving

d: Cam Bennett

pe: Julie Hackett

dop: Kim Bell

m: StrongFront A/V Productions/Brandon

Friesen/Studio 11 Inc./Arbor Records

sw: Cam Bennett

os: Howard Rissin

r: Tobias Duggan

Prod Co: Meeches Video Productions Inc.

Contact: Colleen Gurney Alksnis

The Sharing Circle Season 13

509 Century St.

Winnipeg, MB R3H 0L8

(204)786-1655

colleenalksnis@hotmail.com

A former gang member discovers that

Aboriginal ceremony is the key to leaving the

past behind. Long Road, Full Circle is both a

warning and a tale of redemption as one man

makes good on the potential he showed while

turning the corner in prison.

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SHINING STARS: Canada’s Drive-In

Movie Theatres

Documentary Arts/Culture

48:00

p: Sean C. Karow

d: Sean C. Karow

ad: Sean C. Karow

pe: Erin Carroll

dop: Michael Strange

sw: Sean C. Karow

os: Sean C. Karow

r: Ryan Aktari

Prod Co: KarowPrime Films

Contact: Sean C. Karow

KarowPrime Films

Box 695, Station P, 704 Spadina Ave.

Toronto, ON M5S 2Y4

(416)979-8005

sean@karowprimefilms.com

Shining Stars’ is a timely record of where our

drive-ins stand today and explores the

continued nature of their appeal. Movie lover

and drive-in fan Rob Salem narrates this

exploration of drive-in theaters by sharing

memories of the people who run the theaters

and those who go to them: from the red sands

of PEI to the wheat fields of the prairies.

CFC Actors Conservatory 2011 Showcase 1
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V346

SHIPBREAKERS

Nature/Environment

45:54

p: Ed Barreveld/Michael Kot/Peter Starr

d: Michael Kot

pe: Deborah Palloway

dop: Derek Rogers

m: Ken Myhr

os: John Martin

Prod Co: Storyline Entertainment/NFB

Dist Co: NFB

Contact: Madeleine Bélisle

NFB

3155 Côte de Liesse

St-Laurent, QC H4N 2N4

(514)283-9805

festivals@nfb.ca

Shipbreakers’ takes the viewer into the heart

of Alang, India, a vibrant shant-town where

40,000 people live and work – in the most

primitive conditions. Mittu, the newest recruit,

lost a brother to this work and is afraid to tell

his parents of his plans.

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SHOOT, SHOVEL AND SHUT UP

Documentary Social/Political

26:50

p: Reg Sherren

d: Timothy Sawa

pe: Gil Tetreault

dop: Ray Bourrier

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

The US is quick to remind the world that both

cases of BSE originated in Canada, but how

hard does the USA look for the disease in its

cattle? Reg Sherren hits the road to investigate

BSE surveillance in the US.

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SHOOTERS

Documentary History

48:50

p: James O’Regan

d: James O’Regan

pe: Meaghan Proudfoot

dop: Dave Malysheff/Lester Lightstone/Aldo

Visaggio

m: Andrew Huggett

sw: James O’Regan

os: James O’Regan

r: Robin Dumas

Contact: James O’Regan

1823 Belval Cres.

Ottawa, ON K1C 6J3

(613)824-4706

oregan@jamesoregan.com

The Canadian Army Film and Photo Unit

(CFPU) was the last such unit formed by the

allied armies in WWII. But, they were the first

in scooping the world on the major events in

Europe.

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SHOULDERS ON A MAP

Experimental

04:30

p: Jason Britski

d: Jason Britski

pe: Jason Britski

dop: Jason Britski

m: Jason Britski

sw: Jason Britski

os: Jason Britski

r: Jason Britski

Contact: Jason Britski

2148 Wallace St.

Regina, SK S4N 4A5

(306)757-8437

jbritski@yahoo.com

‘Shoulders on a Map’ is a super 8 portrait of

the Canadian Rocky Mountains.

V211

SIEGE, THE

Documentary Social/Political

47:00

p: Alan Mendelsohn

d: Manfred Becker

pe: Manfred Becker

dop: Robin Bain

m: Mark Duggan/Jon Siddall/Andrew

Timar/Gilles Tremblay/John Wyre

sw: Manfred Becker

os: Kitchen Sync Digital Audio

r: Elizabeth Klinck

Prod Co: Barna-Alper Productions

Dist Co: Alliance Atlantis

65

Contact: Christine Eames

Barna-Alper Productions

366 Adelaide St. W., Suite 700

Toronto, ON M5V 1R9

(416)979-0676

christine@bap.ca

For 24 Years, Indonesia occupied the island of

East Timor. One third of the population were

either murdered or starved to death, while the

world looked the other way. In 1999, the

Timorese choose independence in a UN

organized referendum, but Indonesian-armed

militants went on a rampage of killing and

burning.

V203

SINCERELY YOURS, A FILM ABOUT

LEWIS CARROLL

Documentary Biography

24:00

p: Andy Malcolm

d: George Pastic

ad: George Pastic

pe: George Pastic/Andy Malcolm

dop: George Pastic

m: Neil Smolar

sw: Andy Malcolm

os: Andy Malcolm

r: Don White

Prod Co: George Arthur Productions

Contact: Andy Malcolm

Footsteps Inc.

363 Regional Rd. 8, R.R.#1

Uxbridge, ON L9P 1R1

(905)852-2510

footstepsstudios@sympatico.ca

An intimate portrayal of Lewis Carroll;

photographer and author of enduring

children’s classics. Carroll was the pseudonym

of Oxford mathematician Charles Lutwidge

Dodgson and the film explores the Victorian

world in which he lived, long before the

publication of the “Alice” books that made him

famous.

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SMOKE STORM

Drama

22:00

p: James Rae/R. Ray Roth

d: James Rae

ad: Gerard Cleal

pe: Marie-Josée Gourde

dop: Carlos Ferrand

m: Finite Records/Simon Wayland/Peter

Xirogiannis

sw: James Rae

r: Philippe Racine

Prod Co: Pyro Productions

Contact: James Rae

Pyro Productions

1425, René-Lévesque ouest, Bureau 706

Montréal, QC H3G 1T7

(514)842-3674

jamesrae@sympatico.ca

Emotionally and physically scarred by fire, an

amateur photographer becomes obsessed with

pyromania, leading to a confrontation with his

estranged parents, and revealing a powerful

childhood incident of abuse. When the smoke

lifts, moments become substance.

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Nov 302012

“1 Minute Films” Promo
film

Scandar Copti, an award-winning Palestinian filmmaker serving as DohaTFF’s Community Outreach Programmer, has held a series of workshops with young Qatari filmmakers to guide them through writing, directing, and producing their first films.

Their 1 minute movies and behind-the-scenes footage from their shoots are coming soon!

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SNOW QUEEN, THE

Drama

11:30

p: Sara Lazer

d: Danishka Esterhazy

ad: Ricardo Alms

pe: Danishka Esterhazy

dop: Paul Suderman

m: Ken Gregory

sw: Danishka Esterhazy

r: Ken Gregory

Prod Co: Koshka Productions

Dist Co: Winnipeg Film Group

Contact: Danishka Esterhazy

Koshka Productions

Box 2214

Winnipeg, MB R3C 3R5

(204)792-6051

DE@DanishkaEsterhazy.com

When the real world turns sour, ten-year old

Talia finds shelter in a fantasy world of ice

and snow. But as life becomes more and more

difficult, Talia’s daydreams become less

protective and more menacing.

V259

SOLDIERS FOR THE STREET

Multicultural

11:09

p: Gerry Flahive

d: Ngardy Conteh

pe: Bruce Annis

dop: Mark Ellam

sw: Ngardy Conteh

os: Robert Fletcher/Kevin Tobar/Bruce

Flemming

Prod/Dist Co: NFB

Contact: Ngardy Conteh

Mattru Media

418-111 Davisville Ave.

Toronto, ON M4S 1G5

(416)897-5575

maarumedia@gmail.com

Through their philosophy of Black selfempowerment

and political awareness, a

group of young African-Canadians take their

positive activism to the streets of their

marginalized community.

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SOME KIND OF SPACE

Drama

08:37

p: Boyana Balta

d: Boyana Balta

ad: Boyana Balta

pe: Boyana Balta

dop: Ian MacDonald

m: Peter Wellington/Robeter Productions

sw: Boyana Balta

os: Boyana Balta

r: Boyana Balta/Peter Wellington

Prod Co: Slow Talker Films

Contact: Boyana Balta

Slow Talker Films

308 – 2150 Kingsway

Vancouver, BC V5N 2T5

(604)434-6150

boyana_balta@yahoo.ca

Chantelle, a crystal meth addict, is haunted by

voices who tell her that her boyfriend is

cheating on her. In an attempt to catch him in

the act, Chantelle breaks into his apartment

and is confronted by the woman who lives

there.

V369

SORAIDA UNE FEMME DE PALESTINE

Documentary Social/Political

52:12

p: Yves Bisaillon

d: Tahani Rached

m: Jean Derome

sw: Tahani Rached

os: Yann Cleary

r: Tahani Rached

Prod/Dist Co: NFB

Contact: Madeleine Bélisle

NFB

3155 Côte de Liesse

St-Laurent, QC H4N 2N4

(514)283-9805

festivals@nfb.ca

Getting to know Soraida will overturn any

preconceived notions you may have about

Palestine and the Palestinians.

V183

SOUND OF THE GREEN VIOLIN, THE

Performing Arts/Entertainment

09:00

p: Anahit Falihi/Artin Lahiji

d: Anahit Falihi

ad: Anahit Falihi

pe: Artin Lahiji

dop: Artin Lahiji

m: Anahit Falihi/Sirus Rouhi

sw: Artin Lahiji

os: Artin Lahiji/Anahit Falihi

r: Anahit Falihi/Sirus Rouhi

Prod/Dist Co: Atrix Digital Media Studios

Contact: Anahit Falihi/Artin Lahiji

Atrix Digital Media Studios

303 – 165 3rd Ave. S.

Saskatoon, SK S7K 1L8

(306)222-2886

atrix@canada.com

The Sound of the Green Violin’ is a multi

media installation of music, sculpture and

dance that reflects Anahit Falihi’s childhood

memories of learning to play violin from her

uncle in northern Iran.

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SOUND PRODUCTIONS

66

Comedy

16:45

p: Clint Skibitzky

d: Darren Wall

pe: Heather Watson-Burgess

dop: Jamie Mireau

m: Olaf Pyttlik

sw: Clint Skibitzky

os: Nolan Balzer

Prod Co: daCapo Productions

Contact: Clint Skibitzky

daCapo Productions

516 Hargrave St.

Winnipeg, MB R3A 0X8

(204)956-2867

clint@dacapo.ca

Things go awry in a recording studio when the

quirky staff attempts to record a voice over

with the client’s girlfriend while dealing with a

printing crisis that threatens to shut down the

business.

V117

SOUPIRS D’ÂME

Documentary Point of View

52:00

p: Helen Doyle/Germain Bonneau

d: Helen Doyle

pe: Stéphanie Grégoire/Michel

Giroux/Mathieu Bouchard-

Malo/Slezandre Mailhot

dop: Nathalie Lasselin

m: Benoît Groulx

sw: Helen Doyle

os: Catherine Van Der Donckt/Marie-

France Delagrave

r: Helen Doyle

Prod Co: Productions Tatouages de la

Mémoire Inc.

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

Two experiences: the death of an adopted

father and traveling to Bosnia at the end of the

war. Kate O’Dowell’s destiny is to search for

her identity though it is through difficult

experiences such as being amid abandoned

and a war-affected child.


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Nov 292012

CFC Actors Conservatory 2011 Showcase 20
actor

At Panorama Lounge for a reception for the 2011 CFC Actors Conservatory.

To learn more about the CFC Actors Conservatory, please visit: cfccreates.com

V303

SPACER

Experimental

03:00

p: Guy Roland

d: Guy Roland

ad: Guy Roland

pe: Guy Roland

dop: Guy Roland

m: Guy Roland/Monique Venier

sw: Guy Roland

os: Guy Roland

r: Guy Roland

Prod Co: Opti-Mystic Pictures

Contact: Guy Roland

Opti-Mystic Pictures

4729 Cove Cliff Rd.

N. Vancouver, BC V7G 1H7

(604)834-4345

grolando@shaw.ca

Spacer’ looks at the world through a moving

camera, finding in it odd rhythms and

unexpected harmonies. The immovable

monuments of our time – buildings, bridges,

fences, and walls come alive as they reveal

themselves as you’ve never seen before.

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SPIRIT OF NORWAY HOUSE CREE

NATION, THE

Aboriginal

48:00

p: Kyle Irving

d: Noah Erenberg/Kim Bell

pe: Bruce Little

dop: Fred Mislawchuk

m: Murray Pulver/Dave Boulanger

sw: Noah Erenberg

os: Russ Dyck/Bruce Little

r: Tobias Duggan

Prod/Dist Co: Eagle Vision Inc.

Contact: Kyle Irving

Eagle Vision

509 Century St.

Winnipeg, MB R3H 0L8

(800)772-0368

kyle@midcan.com

A documentary that examines the history of

Norway House Cree Nation and the profound

transformation occurring in this and other

Northern Manitoba communities that are

succeeding in the face of great adversity.

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SPIRITS OF THE SAN: A Documentary of

The Paranormal

Documentary Short Subject

38:30

p: Janice Drummond/Gwen Lowe

d: Janice Drummond/Gwen Lowe

pe: Janice Drummond/Gwen Lowe

dop: Janice Drummond/Gwen Lowe

m: Gwen Lowe

sw: Janice Drummond/Gwen Lowe

os: Janice Drummond/Gwen Lowe

r: Janice Drummond/Gwen Lowe

Prod/Dist Co: Calling Lakes Paranormal

Researches

Contact: Janice Drummond

Calling Lakes Paranormal Researches

Box 2052

Fort Qu’Appelle, SK S0G 1S0

(306)332-4575

ivy.willow@sasktel.net

Spirts of the San’ gives you true accounts of

an entity called “Nurse Jane” who walks the

halls, an apparition known as “The Blue

Man”, a young girl who walks up and down

the halls, plus other paranormal occurrences.

V381

STAR IN THE MAKING, A

Children/Youth Productions

54:37

p: Yosif Feyginberg/Sherman Snukal

d: Yosif Feyginberg

pe: Deborah Palloway

dop: Anatoly Grishko

sw: Sherman Snukal

r: Scott Purdy

Prod Co: ARTEC Media Inc.

Dist Co: ARTEC Film and Video Inc.

Contact: Yosif Feyginberg

ARTEC Media Inc.

401 Richmond St. W., Studio 434

Toronto, ON M5V 3A8

(416)979-0766

artecfav@bellnet.ca

She’s talented, disciplined, determined, and

completely focused, and she is only sixteen

years old. Meet Sarah Clark, the first

Canadian to study at the Bolshoi Ballet School

in Moscow. This documentary reveals the

pressures and challenges facing this young

girl as, she is away from the security of her

family and country, she still struggles to excel

among the best young dancers in the world.

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STRANGERS IN THEIR OWN LAND

Documentary Social/Political

47:45

p: Lori Kuffner

d: David Belluz

pe: Daryl K. Davis/David Belluz

dop: David Belluz

m: Cary Ciesielksi

sw: David Belluz/Daryl K. Davis

os: David Belluz/Mike MacNaughton/ Cary

Ciesielski/Pat Andrews/Ross Hudgins

Prod Co: Cooper Rock Pictures Inc.

Dist Co: CR Releasing

Contact: Lori Kuffner

Cooper Rock Pictures Inc.

375 – 1933 8th Ave.

Regina, SK S4R 1E9

(306)790-5691

lkuffner@cooperrock.com

‘Strangers in their own Land’ follows the story

of two former child soldiers in Northern

Uganda as they reintegrate back into society

after committing atrocities while in captivity.

It is a story of their struggle, their courage

and most importantly about a friendship that

was born during the worst of times.

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SUPER-ANON

Comedy

10:00

p: Deb Sears

d: Stephen H. Plitt

pe: Matthew Erickson/Stephen H. Plitt

dop: Stephen H. Plitt

67

sw: Stephen H. Plitt

r: Stephen H. Plitt

Prod Co: Stephen H. Plitt Production

Services

Contact: Deb Sears

3953 King Edward Ave. W.

Vancouver, BC V6S 1N2

(604)224-4524

debsears@telus.net

Super-Anon is a support group for family and

relatives of superheroes. Beginning with

intimate interviews and actual footage of a

Super-Anon session, we follow the group as it

goes through several kinds of therapy, and

finally finds hope in community.

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SUPERHERO WANNABE

Children/Youth Productions

05:09

p: Smita Acharyya

d: Patricia Harris Seeley

ad: Patricia Harris Seeley

pe: Bridget Durnfors

dop: Robin Loewen

m: Cameron Flayk

sw: Patricia Harris Seeley

os: Frank Laratta/Steve Allen

r: Patricia Harris Seeley

Prod/Dist Co: Sonic Films Inc.

Contact: Patricia Harris Seeley

Sonic Films Inc.

Suite 4005, 246 Stewart Green S.W.

Calgary, AB T3H 3C8

(403)815-4136

sonicfilms@shaw.ca

A 16 year old boy wishes to be a superhero

saving beautiful women. But his first job goes

awry when the damsel in distress is quite

opposite to the gal of his dreams.

CFC Actors Conservatory 2011 Showcase 15
actor

At Panorama Lounge for a reception for the 2011 CFC Actors Conservatory.

To learn more about the CFC Actors Conservatory, please visit: cfccreates.com

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Nov 292012

CFC Actors Conservatory 2011 Showcase 20
actor

At Panorama Lounge for a reception for the 2011 CFC Actors Conservatory.

To learn more about the CFC Actors Conservatory, please visit: cfccreates.com

V303

SPACER

Experimental

03:00

p: Guy Roland

d: Guy Roland

ad: Guy Roland

pe: Guy Roland

dop: Guy Roland

m: Guy Roland/Monique Venier

sw: Guy Roland

os: Guy Roland

r: Guy Roland

Prod Co: Opti-Mystic Pictures

Contact: Guy Roland

Opti-Mystic Pictures

4729 Cove Cliff Rd.

N. Vancouver, BC V7G 1H7

(604)834-4345

grolando@shaw.ca

Spacer’ looks at the world through a moving

camera, finding in it odd rhythms and

unexpected harmonies. The immovable

monuments of our time – buildings, bridges,

fences, and walls come alive as they reveal

themselves as you’ve never seen before.

V119 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BCRA- P

SPIRIT OF NORWAY HOUSE CREE

NATION, THE

Aboriginal

48:00

p: Kyle Irving

d: Noah Erenberg/Kim Bell

pe: Bruce Little

dop: Fred Mislawchuk

m: Murray Pulver/Dave Boulanger

sw: Noah Erenberg

os: Russ Dyck/Bruce Little

r: Tobias Duggan

Prod/Dist Co: Eagle Vision Inc.

Contact: Kyle Irving

Eagle Vision

509 Century St.

Winnipeg, MB R3H 0L8

(800)772-0368

kyle@midcan.com

A documentary that examines the history of

Norway House Cree Nation and the profound

transformation occurring in this and other

Northern Manitoba communities that are

succeeding in the face of great adversity.

V009 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BCRA- P

SPIRITS OF THE SAN: A Documentary of

The Paranormal

Documentary Short Subject

38:30

p: Janice Drummond/Gwen Lowe

d: Janice Drummond/Gwen Lowe

pe: Janice Drummond/Gwen Lowe

dop: Janice Drummond/Gwen Lowe

m: Gwen Lowe

sw: Janice Drummond/Gwen Lowe

os: Janice Drummond/Gwen Lowe

r: Janice Drummond/Gwen Lowe

Prod/Dist Co: Calling Lakes Paranormal

Researches

Contact: Janice Drummond

Calling Lakes Paranormal Researches

Box 2052

Fort Qu’Appelle, SK S0G 1S0

(306)332-4575

ivy.willow@sasktel.net

Spirts of the San’ gives you true accounts of

an entity called “Nurse Jane” who walks the

halls, an apparition known as “The Blue

Man”, a young girl who walks up and down

the halls, plus other paranormal occurrences.

V381

STAR IN THE MAKING, A

Children/Youth Productions

54:37

p: Yosif Feyginberg/Sherman Snukal

d: Yosif Feyginberg

pe: Deborah Palloway

dop: Anatoly Grishko

sw: Sherman Snukal

r: Scott Purdy

Prod Co: ARTEC Media Inc.

Dist Co: ARTEC Film and Video Inc.

Contact: Yosif Feyginberg

ARTEC Media Inc.

401 Richmond St. W., Studio 434

Toronto, ON M5V 3A8

(416)979-0766

artecfav@bellnet.ca

She’s talented, disciplined, determined, and

completely focused, and she is only sixteen

years old. Meet Sarah Clark, the first

Canadian to study at the Bolshoi Ballet School

in Moscow. This documentary reveals the

pressures and challenges facing this young

girl as, she is away from the security of her

family and country, she still struggles to excel

among the best young dancers in the world.

V075 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BCRA- P

STRANGERS IN THEIR OWN LAND

Documentary Social/Political

47:45

p: Lori Kuffner

d: David Belluz

pe: Daryl K. Davis/David Belluz

dop: David Belluz

m: Cary Ciesielksi

sw: David Belluz/Daryl K. Davis

os: David Belluz/Mike MacNaughton/ Cary

Ciesielski/Pat Andrews/Ross Hudgins

Prod Co: Cooper Rock Pictures Inc.

Dist Co: CR Releasing

Contact: Lori Kuffner

Cooper Rock Pictures Inc.

375 – 1933 8th Ave.

Regina, SK S4R 1E9

(306)790-5691

lkuffner@cooperrock.com

‘Strangers in their own Land’ follows the story

of two former child soldiers in Northern

Uganda as they reintegrate back into society

after committing atrocities while in captivity.

It is a story of their struggle, their courage

and most importantly about a friendship that

was born during the worst of times.

V142 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BCRA- P

SUPER-ANON

Comedy

10:00

p: Deb Sears

d: Stephen H. Plitt

pe: Matthew Erickson/Stephen H. Plitt

dop: Stephen H. Plitt

67

sw: Stephen H. Plitt

r: Stephen H. Plitt

Prod Co: Stephen H. Plitt Production

Services

Contact: Deb Sears

3953 King Edward Ave. W.

Vancouver, BC V6S 1N2

(604)224-4524

debsears@telus.net

Super-Anon is a support group for family and

relatives of superheroes. Beginning with

intimate interviews and actual footage of a

Super-Anon session, we follow the group as it

goes through several kinds of therapy, and

finally finds hope in community.

V261 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BCRA- D

SUPERHERO WANNABE

Children/Youth Productions

05:09

p: Smita Acharyya

d: Patricia Harris Seeley

ad: Patricia Harris Seeley

pe: Bridget Durnfors

dop: Robin Loewen

m: Cameron Flayk

sw: Patricia Harris Seeley

os: Frank Laratta/Steve Allen

r: Patricia Harris Seeley

Prod/Dist Co: Sonic Films Inc.

Contact: Patricia Harris Seeley

Sonic Films Inc.

Suite 4005, 246 Stewart Green S.W.

Calgary, AB T3H 3C8

(403)815-4136

sonicfilms@shaw.ca

A 16 year old boy wishes to be a superhero

saving beautiful women. But his first job goes

awry when the damsel in distress is quite

opposite to the gal of his dreams.

CFC Actors Conservatory 2011 Showcase 15
actor

At Panorama Lounge for a reception for the 2011 CFC Actors Conservatory.

To learn more about the CFC Actors Conservatory, please visit: cfccreates.com

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Nov 282012

Color Wars 2008: Game #1: Bad Ass RoShamBo: SML supporting rainbow team move: Paper
move

SML Second throw: Paper

colorwar2008.com

Game #1: Bad Ass RoShamBo

Deadline to play
2007-03-24 T 23:59 EST

How to play
To submit your throw:
1. Take a picture of yourself throwing either “rock”, “paper” or “scissors”.
2. It must be clear which of the three you are throwing.
3. You must be in your team uniform (do your best).
4. Upload your photo to Flickr and tag it like this:
rsb:move=yourmove rsb:team=yourteam rsb:player=yourtwittername
(for example rsb:move=rock rsb:team=blueteam rsb:player=zefrank)
5. Submit a link to the flickr photo below or at www.colorwars2008.com/rsb

Related SML Universe
+ SML Pro Blog: Color Wars 2008
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V026 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BCRA- Dist. Co.

SUPERKIDS

Documentary Point of View

45:00

p: Ric Beairsto

d: Harry Killas

pe: Rafi Spivak

dop: A. Jonathan Benny

m: Bill Runge

sw: Ric Beairsto

os: Jon Ritchie

Prod Co: Laughing Mountain

Communications Inc.

Dist Co: BuzzTaxi Communications Inc.

Contact: Ric Beairsto

Laughing Mountian Communications Inc.

#113 – 1035 Pacific St.

Vancouver, BC V6E 4G7

(604)669-6887

laughingmountain@shaw.ca

‘Superkids’ is about the surprisingly

competitive world of gifted children. A

personal framework is provided by the

writer/producer, whose son was identified as

gifted at age 9, then accepted into a radically

accelerated high school program.

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SUPERVISOR, THE

Documentary Short Subject

15:00

p: Jonathan Peyton

d: Howard Shaw

ad: David Manske

pe: Howard Shaw

dop: Max Lindenthaler

sw: Howard Shaw

os: Jonathan Peyton

r: Scott Dickson

Prod/Dist Co: Workers’ Compensation Board

of BC

Contact: Jonathan Peyton

WCB of BC

6951 Westminster Hwy.

Richmond, BC V6B 5L5

(604)279-7572

jpeyton@wcb.bc.ca

In this video Joe a young supervisor is haunted

by memories of a fatal accident involving a

young worker under his watch and is visited by

the ghost. Through these memories the viewers

learn the details of the accident. Included are

interviews with the boys’ father and the Crown

Prosecuter as well as the WCB worker and

other bystanders. All provide reasons for

safety in the workplace.

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SUPPORTIVE EMPLOYMENT

TRANSITION INITIATIVE

RESOURCE(Kit)

Multicultural

21:00

p: Shannon Cossette/Lorene Jewitt

d: Lorene Jewitt

ad: Lorene Jewitt

pe: Jennifer Prokop/Michael Milo/Peter

Downing/David Snell

dop: Lorene Jewitt

sw: Lorene Jewitt/Faye Andrews/Jamie

Ryan/Marlene Dray

os: Wayne Giesbrecht

r: Tacey Meyers

Prod/Dist Co: Division of Media &

Technology/U of S

Contact: Deb Edighoffer

Media & Technology/U of S

28 Campus Dr.

Saskatoon, SK S7N 0X1

(306)966-4261

deb.edighoffer@usask.ca

The Supported Employment Transition

Initiative Resources focuses on providing

employment services for individuals with

intellectual disabilities.

V008 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BCRA- Prod. Co.

SUSTAINABLE FUTURE, A: Creating the

Legacy – The Story of Earth Rangers

Centre

Nature/Environment

47:20

p: Tiina Soomet

d: Susan Mawhood

pe: Trevor Ambrose

dop: Bill Kerrigan

m: Stephen Price

sw: Tiina Soomet

os: Chris Williams

Prod Co: Clare Media Inc.

Dist Co: Distribution Access

Contact: Tiina Soomet

Clare Media Inc.

299 Queen St. W.

Toronto, ON M5V 2Z5

(416)591-7400 ext. 3191

tiinas@claremedia.ca

This documentary examines the sustainable

development movement and Canadian efforts

to meet sustainable building goals. It features

the building of the Earth Rangers Center

highlighting its sustainable features.

V278

SWEDISH POW WOW

Aboriginal

26:50

p: Reg Sherren

d: Gary Hunter

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

Cultural and spiritual traditions have

comforted Bonnie Peigan since she was a

child. We travel with her to a wild west theme

park in Sweden, where she tries to balance

cultural integrity and the demands of show

business.

V192

SYNAESTHETIC ANAESTHESIA

Experimental

18:00

d: John Kneller

ad: John Kneller

pe: John Kneller

dop: John Kneller

m: John Shipman

sw: John Kneller

os: John Shipman

r: John Kneller

Contact: John Kneller

53 Ellsworth Ave.

Toronto, ON M6G 2K4

(416)651-7359

arnell@interlog.com

Synaesthetic Anaesthesia’ is an experimental

film made with traditional film techniques. It

is a layered visual tapestry that incorporates

archival and contemporary imagery. The film

critiques “the colonizing eye.”

V010 . . . . . . . . . . . BCRA- Janice Drummond

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TALES OF THE MACABRE

Drama

27:20

p: Bert Fox Community High School

Movie Club

d: Amy Drummond

ad: Amy Drummond

pe: Amy Drummond/Janice

Drummond/Gwen Lowe

dop: Amy Drummond

sw: Amy Drummond

os: Amy Drummond/Janice Drummond

Contact: Amy Drummond

Box 2052

Fort Qu’Appelle, SK S0G 1S0

(306)332-4575

ivy.willow@sasktel.net

Three teens sneak into a haunted house, what

better place to sit and tell stories of it’s gory

past. As they tell tales, the house comes alive

around them. Will the teens escape or be

trapped inside a hellish plain for all eternity?

Queens – Woodside: Woodside on the Move Mural – Queens Blvd
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This mural, on the concrete wall under the 61st Street Subway Station on Roosevelt Avenue in Queens, was commissioned by Woodside on the Move, a group orginally founded to organize the community’s celebration of the Bicentennial in 1976.

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At Panorama Lounge for a reception for the 2011 CFC Actors Conservatory.

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TALKING CANADIAN

Documentary History

45:02

p: Sheila Pin

d: Margaret Slaght

m: Kevin Breit/Andy McNeill

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

Why do English-speaking Canadians talk the

way we do? Why do we say couch instead of

chesterfield, windshield instead of windscreen,

and ee-ther and eye-ther, sometimes

interchangeably? How Canadians speak

today and how we will talk in the future.

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TARGET PRACTICE

Drama

28:00

p: John Kozak

d: John Kozak

ad: John Kozak

pe: John Kozak

dop: Caelum Vatnsdal

sw: John Kozak

os: Jordan Pede/John Kozak

Prod Co: Baby Legs Productions

Contact: John Kozak

Baby Legs Productions

49 – 35 Wynford Dr.

Winnipeg, MB R2C 3T8

(204)837-9865

v.kozak@uwinnipeg.ca

A group of children find themselves in a

position where they have to choose between

right and wrong in the most critical and

profound way. They are overwhelmed by

conflicting emotions of guilt and fear, and

there is no one to help them.

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TATSIANA OKUN ET SAINT-JEAN,

TERRE-NEUVE

Documentary Short Subject

10:40

p: Micheline Léonard

d: Lise Lorrain

pe: Kevin McIntyre

dop: Guy LeBlanc

sw: Lise Lorrain

os: Lise Lorrain

r: Marc Cormier/Kevin McIntyre

Prod Co: Radio-Canada Atlantique

Contact: Isabelle Brousseau

Radio-Canada

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

Montréal, QC H2L 2M2

(514)597-4381

isabelle_brousseau@radio-canada.ca

This film follows immigrants coming to

Canada and how they look at their new homes.

Tatsiana Okun, refugee, from Belarus, has

adopted St. John’s, Newfoundland. Fearing

persecution in Belarus she did not choose

Canada. Can she ever feel at home here?

V312. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BCRA- Dist. Co.

TEAM SPIRIT

Documentary Biography

46:00

p: Ken Malenstyn/Barrie Dunn

d: Alan Smithee

pe: Andrea Klipp

dop: Glenn Taylor/Mike Grippo

m: Ari Wise

sw: Shane Peacock

os: David Hechen Berger

Prod Co: Big Red Barn Entertainment

Dist Co: Picture Box Distribution Inc.

Contact: Ken Malenstyn

Big Red Barn Entertainment

6556 60th Ave.

Delta, BC V4K 4E2

(604)946-6329

ken@brbmg.com

Rankin Inlet, Nunavut during summer 2002.

Terence, a 22 yr old, has become the first Inuk

to play pro hockey. 19 yr old Jordin is trying

for national junior team. Tragedy strikes and

Jordin strives to carry on and realize his

dreams.

V371

THÉATRE DE MARIANNE

Animation

15:44

p: Michèle Bélanger

d: Co Hoedeman

pe: José Heppell

m: Robert M. Lepage

sw: Co Hoedeman/Hélène Ducharme

Prod/Dist Co: NFB

Contact: Madeleine Bélisle

NFB

3155 Côte de Liesse

St-Laurent, QC H4N 2N4

(514)283-9805

festivals@nfb.ca

This film dissolves the boundaries between

theater and animated film. Hoedeman offers

his spectators a truly magical moment, with a

surprise named Marianne.

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THEIR BROTHERS’ KEEPERS -

Orphaned by AIDS

Documentary Social/Political

55:30

p: Catherine Mullins

d: Catherine Mullins

pe: Barbara Brown

dop: Alberto Feio

m: Chris Crilly

sw: Catherine Mullins

os: Lewis Mundyongo/Daniel Vermette

r: Catherine Mullins

Prod Co: Green Lion Productions Inc.

Dist Co: Filmoption International

Contact: Catherine Mullins

Green Lion Productions Inc.

20223 Lakeshore Rd.

Baie d’Urfé, QC H9X 1P9

(514)457-5555

cmullins@greenlionfilms.com

Their Brothers’ Keepers’ goes inside a

compound in Lusaka, Zambia. The crew

focuses on two families headed by children in

their ongoing struggles for food, water,

schooling, and health care. Local community

and aid workers offer support but lack the

resources. Throughout the film, Stephen

Lewis, a passionate advocate and UN Special

Envoy for HIV/AIDS in Africa, provides the

broader social context.

V065

THEY BUILT THE RAILWAY: Episode

#3 – The Gate of Hell

Documentary History

46:45

p: Andrew Gregg

d: Andrew Gregg

pe: Geoff Matheson

m: Bruce Fowler

sw: Andrew Gregg

os: Jill Purdy

r: Stuart Henderson/Isabella C. Faravo

Prod/DistCo: 90th Parallel Productions Ltd.

Contact: Susanne Cuffe

90th Parallel Production Ltd.

203 Gerrard St. E.

Toronto, ON M5A 2E7

(416)364-9090

susanne@90thparallel.ca

Through colorful memoirs of an English rail

worker Morley Roberts and a Scottish man

P.T . Bone a first person account of the

dangers and drama of daily life on the railway

construction is portrayed.

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