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Short adaptation by Luc Boulanger of an original play of Molière, "The Bourgeois Gentleman, " directed by Véronique Dumais. Presented by the troupe "Feet on Stage "from the École secondaire Jean-de-Brebeuf, in Limoilou, January 14, 2011. The story recounts the misadventures of a rich bourgeois who wants to become a gentleman, so to be noble. He seeks to marry his daughter to a noble man … The actors have presented two versions, one "white", following a classical staging and a "black" one very surprising and fun! The texts are the same in both versions, but the setting is totally different. I wish it would have last longer.

V177-05
MUCHMUSIC FOREIGN ASSIGNMENT:
Inside Your Threads
Children/Youth Production
52:00
Prod. Co.: MuchMusic
Three popular Canadian musicians interview young
Mexican and Bangladeshi “sweatshop” workers and
examine their living and working conditions. The
show invites viewers to compare the different
standards of living between those who create the
clothes and those who wear them.

V262-03
MUCHMUSIC SPECIAL, A: Afghanistan
Educational/Instructional
30:00
Prod. Co.: CHUM Television Ltd.
In addition to offering our young adult audience a
glimpse of Afghan youth’s vision of the future, this
show examines their newfound freedoms, the
beginnings of an emerging pop culture, women’s
rights and education.

V255-00
MULBERRY RED, NO. 17
Drama
05:00
Prod. Co.: Kelly Ann Beaton / Pink Slippers
Productions
A person’s life can be measured in a number of
ways – minutes, days, years… and even lipsticks.
Mulberry Red, No. 17 tells the story of women’s
lives as chronicled by a lipstick.

V127-05
MULTIPLE SELVES OF HANNAH
MAYNARD, THE
Documentary Arts/Culture
13:50
Prod. Co.: Canada Council for the Arts, OAC,
Toronto Arts Council, LIFT, Lumanity Productions,
Elizabeth Lazebnik
“The Multiple Selves of Hannah Maynard”
documents a story of a pioneer Canadian woman
photographer Hannah Maynard, who dares to open
and run her own photographic studio in Victoria,
British Columbia in 19th century. When her
youngest daughter Lillie dies, Hannah produces a
set of challenging and unique images in attempt to
connect with her beloved daughter’s spirit.

V125-03
MUMMERS AND MASKS: Sex, Death and
Pagan Magic
Documentary General Subject
47:30
Prod. Co.: Lindum Films Inc./Battery Included Inc.
Mummers and Masks is a boisterous verite
exploration of the ancient pagan celebrations (the
masking, the plays, the cross-dressing) that still take
place in Newfoundland, Ireland, England and
Philadelphia over 12 days of Christmas.

V369-02
MUMMY’S CURSE, THE
Science/Nature
26:30
Prod. Co.: Omni Film Productions Ltd.
An archeologist discovers an unmarked crypt
beneath a church in central Italy, and stumbles
onto an epic tela – skulls sawed in two or drilled
with holes, amputated limbs, perfectly
mummified remains. X-rays and laparoscopic
surgery reveal startling facts …

V192-01
MURDER OF JOHN LENNON, THE
Documentary General Subject
47:25
Prod. Co.: Barna-Alper/Connections
Productions
When news spreads that John Lennon has been
murdered, there is an astonishing display of
sorrow. In cities around the world, fans gather
to weep and comfort each other. Not since the
death of John F. Kennedy have people felt such
a collective sense of loss.

V346-03-W
MURDERED BRIDE, THE
Multicultural/Race Relations
41:06
Prod. Co.: CBC
Jassi and Saquinder Sidhu knew her family
would never accept their love. Though raised in
Canada, Jassi was expected to honour tradition
and let her family choose her future husband.
Not long after their secret wedding, Jassi was
found murdered.

V163-02
MURDERED BRIDE, THE
Documentary Social/Political
41:44
Prod. Co.: CBC
Jassi and Saquinder Sidhu’s was a forbidden
love. Though raised in Canada, Jassi was
expected to let her family choose her husband,
so the couple eloped. Jassi was attacked and
killed. Who gave the orders for her death?

V261-00
MURIEL DUCKWORTH PRACTISING
PEACE
Documentary Social/Political
46:02
Prod. Co.: Perversity Productions Inc.
At 90 years-of-age, Muriel Duckworth is still on
the street protesting NATO bombings and armed
interventions. Her commitment to peace and
social justice has spanned most of a century and
her actions have helped shape the sensibilities of
generations of Canadians.

V436-03
MURRAY OF NOTRE DAME
Documentary History
59:30
Prod. Co.: Murray Pictures International
A historical look at the legendary Monsignor
“Pere” Athol Murray and the establishment of
the “Miracle College of the Prairies” Notre
Dame, in the Sask. town of Wilcox.

V268-04
MUSIC CAN HEAL: The Blue Feather
Music Festival
Performing Arts/Entertainment
48:00
Prod. Co: Northern Native Broadcasting, Yukon
(NNBY)
A cross section of Yukon musicians perform
and speak frankly about their youth in support
of promoting music and art to help young
people deal with the pressures of being a young
person.

V340-98
MUSIC FOR A SERIOUS AGE/Musiques
Pour Un Siecle Sourd
Documentary General Subject
52:30
Prod. Co.: Synercom Teleproductions
In past times, “serious music” was listened to by
people of its time. No so today. Composers
and columnists ask themselves why, and discuss
their love for music.

V125-02
MUSIC, THE
Educational/Instructional
30:00
Prod. Co.: New Picture Crew for Learning &
Skills Television of Alberta Limited
The Art and Work of Choir is a three part series.
Program 2, The Music covers selecting choral
music, preliminary and interpretive score study,
and making the score. In-depth interviews with
choral directors, rehearsal and performance
situations, help the student understand the art
itself, and the work required to become
proficient.

V147-04
MUSIC WORKS
Performing Arts/Entertainment
26:50
Prod. Co: CBC
Music Works is a premier showcase for some of
Canada’s best musicians- featuring Canada’s
hottest new and best artists/bands on the music
scene.

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Short adaptation by Luc Boulanger of an original play of Molière, "The Bourgeois Gentleman, " directed by Véronique Dumais. Presented by the troupe "Feet on Stage "from the École secondaire Jean-de-Brebeuf, in Limoilou, January 14, 2011. The story recounts the misadventures of a rich bourgeois who wants to become a gentleman, so to be noble. He seeks to marry his daughter to a noble man … The actors have presented two versions, one "white", following a classical staging and a "black" one very surprising and fun! The texts are the same in both versions, but the setting is totally different. I wish it would have last longer.

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