Actress Miss Necker
CDV circa 1875.
AUTISM: The Road Back
Prod. Co: Knowledge Network
Personal journey of three BC families with children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
It talks to parents, service providers, experts about
assessment, diagnosis, and options available for
treatment, and provides guidance for families.
AUTOMATED PHONE SEX
Prod. Co.: Shakey Logic
Harold’s wife just wants Harold to love her, but she
has some competition. She must compete with a
phone sex line to win her husband’s affection. Who
will Harold choose? Woman or machine?
AVATAR: Le Récit D’une Longue et Lente
Prod. Co.: Vidéo Femmes
Visual Artist, Guylaine Champoux, imposes on
herself an extreme weight loss regime. She
integrates this transformation into her art. ‘Avatar’:
a reflection on the views of others, partner and self
on the body.
Prod. Co: Saskatchewan Filmpool Coop
Several quiet conversations between friends reveal
the story of Avery Jones and his ineffectual
progression towards loss.
AVROCAR! SAUCER SECRETS FROM THE
Prod. Co: Mid Canada Entertainment
A one hour documentary about A. V. Roe’s top
secret saucer of the 1950’s.
Prod. Co.: York University Dept. of Film
The Awakening is an experimental narrative which
explores the transcendental evolution of a boy’s
mental faculties from blissful ignorance to that of
the contemplative life.
AXIS OF HEALING
Prod. Co: CLG Communications
Axis of Healing involves reconciliation and
rebuilding, and the dynamic of creating trust
between two cultures and faiths.
B n E
Prod. Co.: Travesty Productions
B n E is the story of Milk, a late-teen male
whose struggling with the realities of doing right
when wrong feels so good.
Prod. Co.: Video Pool Inc.
A TV control room, a reticent flock of sheep and
a 4-year-old playing both television reporter and
consumer, B.T.V. explores the confluences
between: media projection and fantasy, TV
audiences and TV dependency.
Prod. Co.: Silent Ibis Entertainment Inc.
Fifteen years after going their separate ways,
three men come together for an elementary
school reunion; specifically, a reunion of the BTeam,
a club they had when they were in grade
Prod. Co.: Flashfire Productions Inc.
Still grieving the loss of her mother and forced
to spend the summer at her Ukrainian
grandmother’s, nine-year-old Christine finds
consolation in her new best friend, Ruby, who
teaches her about the magic in raspberries and
how to communicate with the dead. Baba’s
House delicately explores the fragility of life.
Prod. Co.: The Green Room Film Company Ltd
A whimsical, witty romantic comedy about
obsession, in which a restless man with a serious
foot fetish finally meets the perfectly fixated
Prod. Co.: Tamarin Productions Inc.
Baboon Tales is a wildlife special that tells the
story of the first rough and tumble year in the
life of Olive Baboons (Kenya) where becoming
successful depends upon personality, rank, luck
and a lot of help from your friends.
Documentary Over 30 Mins
Prod. Co.: Les Productions de Rapid-Blanc
A journey through the international adoption
maze. In Mexico women have had their children
stolen or sold into adoption. In El Salvador
women had babies snatched by soldiers and
sold. The film also examines how adoption can
be a humanitarian solution.
Documentary Over 30 Mins (Int)
Prod. Co.: DR TV
Stacks of statistics are unequivocal. Generally
speaking, women in the western world, with
their unprecedented power over life, have given
society its notice. And Europe is short of two
million babies a year just to keep up our
numbers. In Japan, Canada and the US the
problem is the same. This documentary is about
a women’s revolution, a deliberate personal
choice that is causing serious problems for
Prod. Co.: Niceville Pictures Inc.
Since the dawn of time the world has not been a
safe place for babies, that’s why God invented
parents. Perhaps the invention of joy, to
counter stress of child rearing and life in
general, is the greatest invention of all.
BACK AT THE BAR
Prod. Co.: Francis Regan
Images of a playground juxtaposed with images
of a gay bar examine the conflict between desire
of adulthood and the alienation of not belonging
experienced by gay youth.
BACK FROM THE DEAD
Prod. Co.: Yellowknife Films
The challenge was to make a PSA that would
appeal to teenagers, in conversation with my
teenage son we thought loud hip music and
something visually interesting would grab a
young audiences attention. I feel this video
accomplishes this and it was fun to edit!
Marsha Timothy (actress)
Far East Film Festival 11 – Udine (Italy) 2009
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