MOM I’M GAINING WEIGHT
Prod. Co.: Whale Song Productions
A gay Asian male trying to get the nerve to come
out to his mother. After struggling with the issue
with his ex-girlfriend and new boyfriend he
attempts to confront his mother. But will he take the
MOMENT OF PARALLAX
Prod. Co.: Justin Lambert
Two young lovers try to make off with a drug
dealers money, but they get caught by the dealers
henchmen and forced back to the dealer. Things get
complicated when the key to the case of money is
MOMENTS IN MOTION – Hinda Essadiqi
Prod. Co: Mouvement perpétuel
Moments in Motion – Hinda Essadiqi is one in a
series of art-video documentary shorts on emerging
contemporary choreographers from across Canada.
MOMENTS IN MOTION: Natasha Bakht
Prod. Co.: Mouvement Perpétuel
An artist just beginning her choreographic
career, Natasha recently finished law school, but
can’t picture her life without dance. This was
something given to her, she says, like race, and
as long as she can remember, she’s danced.
MOMIJI: JAPANESE MAPLE
Prod. Co.: Fade In Films
This poignant documentary gives us an intimate
look at 3 generations in a Japanese-Canadian
family. Momiji is a story about assimilation,
racism and shame, about personal discovery and
new-found pride in a heritage long-forgotten.
Prod. Co.: White Iron Productions
Momma searches for the finest ingredients for
her famous soup, only to find her 40-year-old
son Vincent, enjoying soup at subway.
MON AMIE A LES BABY BLUES: EPS#
Prod. Co.: Productions JBM Inc.
This series of shows is for adolescents and is full
of laughs and cries, drama, joy and reality. Here
is world of roses, in the image of the youth who
MON AMOUR MON PARAPLUIE
Prod. Co.: Parapluie Film Productions
Mon Amour Mon Parapluie illustrates both
loss and fear. On one level it is about losing
someone or something you love while on
another level it is about losing a familiar and
sheltered perspective on life. The central
character, a young woman, wakes up and
realizes that nothing in her world will ever be
MON AMOUR, MY LOVE
Prod. Co.: National Film Board of Canada
MONDE EST FOU, LE: L’Histoire du Geant
Prod. Co.: Les Productions Rivard Inc.
MONSTER’SCALLING,Appel du Monstre,
Prod. Co.: National Film Board of Canada
An under-the-bed monster wanders through the
house, wreaking havoc on three slumbering
children. Shadowy and slippery, this wily
monster of insecurity takes the shape of
everyone’s biggest fears. Where do these
monsters – or monstrous insecurities – come
from? And why do they have such power over
MONT ST-HELENS SE RÉVEILLE, LE
Prod. Co.: Radio-Canada
After 18 years of dormancy, Mount St. Helens
is waking up. Over the past few weeks, vapour
clouds and ashes have escaped out of the
volcano. Is there another catastrophic eruption
of 1980 proportions on the way?
MONTREAL LEADS THE
DANCE/Montreal Mene La Danse
Prod. Co.: Amerimage – Spectra
Recorded during Montreal Highlights Festival,
this program assembles for the first time on the
same stage, Montreal’s foremost dance
companies. A great opportunity to admire this
art form that combines emotion, intelligence
and imagination transmitted and expressed by
the human body.
MONUMENTS: Engineering for Beauty and
Prod. Co.: Barna-Alper Productions Inc.
Monuments stand in silence, yet they speak.
They tell us what we have been, who we are,
what we hope to be. They can be the identity,
the very soul, of a city or a nation. Monuments
infuse the science of construction with meaning
- and magic.
MOODY BROOD, THE
Prod. Co.: Chicks In Flicks Productions Ltd.
A whimsical, wacky look at growing up
Keating. Is there any such thing as a functional
MOON AND MAN
Prod. Co.: Moondog Film Company Inc.
The publicist, Anne Mann, has appointments to
keep. The poet, Moon, just wants to get drunk.
This is a story of their day, how they work their way
through insults and acrimony and ultimately arrive
at a place of human understanding.
MOON IN THE AFTERNOON
Prod. Co.: Inter-Muses Productions Inc.
A lyrical film about a Vancouver boy who wants to
give his new girl the moon, but the world gets in the
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