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V158-99
NOT ALONE: Couples Share Candidly
About Prostate Cancer
Educational/Instructional
44:00
Prod. Co.: Krahn Communications
Three Winnipeg couples share moving stories
about their respective battles with prostate
cancer. One in eight men will develop prostate
cancer in their lifetime, yet most men are not
knowledgeable about this disease.

V169-03
NOT IN MUSEUMS, NOR ON THE
GREENEST GRASS
Experimental
25:00
Prod. Co.: Robert Daniel Pytlyk
Brett Kashmere reminded me of something
Hollis Frampton once wrote, that there were
five stories in the whole history of being human
and he compared them to five birdsongs:1)
Good morning, 2) I found a worm, 3) Fuck me,
4) Get out, and 5) Good night.

V190-06
NOT JUST BEADS & MOCCASINS
Aboriginal
23:44
Eagle Vision Inc.
A new documentary about Aboriginal art shows
that some contemporary artists are taking
Canadian symbols and changing them. The
result is some of the hottest stuff around – art
that’s not just beads and moccasins.

V195-06
NOT JUST BEADS & MOCCASINS
Documentary Arts/Culture
23:44
Eagle Vision Inc.
A new documentary about Aboriginal art shows
that some contemporary artists are taking
Canadian symbols and changing them. The
result is some of the hottest stuff around – art
that’s not just beads and moccasins.
V

099-01
NOTES FROM MOTHER
Drama
22:00
Prod. Co.: Esposito – St. Laurent Productions
Inspired by the power of a forged note to get
him out of class, unhappy Ivan uses his mother’s
name to get more – much more – than he ever
expected from life. Except for life itself. A
bittersweet fantasy drama.

V260-04
NOTMAN’S CANADA
Documentary History
57:37
Prod. Co: PTV Productions Inc.
William Notman ran the most important
photographic studio in Canada during the last
half of the 19th century. This film will evoke
the social and cultural life of Montreal and
Canada during this period using the
photographs themselves as the main visual
source.

V058-02
NOTORIOUS MRS. ARMSTRONG, THE
Documentary History
44:30
Prod. Co.: Buffalo Gal Pictures
The life’s mission of Mrs. Helen Armstrong, a
fiery working class leader, who inspired
thousands of women and girls to fight for a
living wage in the early 20th century.

V197-02
NOTORIOUS MRS. DICK, THE
Documentary History
44:41
Prod. Co.: Real to Reel Productions Inc
She was the femme fatale, she was the Mata Hari,
the person we most loved to hate, or hated to love
… she was a beautiful girl, she was attractive … in
most people’s eyes, she was a horrendous
murderess.

V169-96
NOVA SCOTIA’S KEJIMKUJIK PARK
Science/Nature
30:00
Prod. Co.: Soma Television Ltd.
Sue Ellen takes a canoe trip through the park as it
undergoes its annual changes when fall turns to
winter. The deer are in rut this time of year. Park
interpreter, Peter Hope, demonstrates a dance with
stag horns and stomping, mimicking bucks fighting.

V374-02
NOW IT’S OUR TURN: The Spirit of the
Labrador Creative Arts Festival
Documentary Social/Political
50:00
Prod. Co.: Water Land Sky Productions Inc.
For over 25 years young people from Labrador have
come together to tell the stories of their lives
through theatre. Their creative expression breaks
down social and cultural barriers to create a
Labrador community.

V086-99-W
NOWTV (SHAWTV): September 15/98
Community Cable
30:00
Prod. Co.: Shaw Cablesystems-ShawTV
Originally entitled NowTV Magazine, ShawTV’s
Magazine aired featuring reports on city, business,
sports, lifestyles, arts and entertainment, in a multimedia
format.

V357-98
NTAPUEU I AM TELLING THE TRUTH
Documentary Social/Political
40:25
Prod. Co.: Little Meadow Stories Inc.
A year in the life of the Innu as they examine the
impact of the Voisey’s Bay Nickel Mine on the land
and the people.

V035-01
NUCLEAR DYNAMITE
Science/Nature
52:00
Prod. Co.: Face to Face Media/NFB
Nuclear Dynamite cracks open Russian and
American archives and traces the roots of the
environmental movement back to the 1950’s as it
presents the untold story of superpower plans to
harness the power of the atomic bomb for planetary
engineering projects.

V160-94-W
NUHONIYEH: Our Story
Multicultural/Race Relations
54:23
Prod. Co.: Treeline Productions
A people displaced, degraded and almost
destroyed by Government policy to divide them
from their land and livelihood. The story of the
Sayisi Dene, recounted by the survivors.

V783-91-W
NUITS D’AFRIQUE
Drama
48:00
Prod. Co.: Les Productions Vernazza
A young woman, Claude, receives postcards
from Africa that aren’t addressed to her. Slowly,
the words of this man cast a spell on her.

V371-02-W
NULIAJUK: Mother of the Sea Beasts
Documentary General Subject
50:51
Prod. Co.: Triad Film Productions
Nuliajuk is a quest for the female deity who lives
in countless Inuit artworks. John Houston
continues his intimate exploration of Inuit
culture, Nuliajuk’s truth must be told, or it will
die with the last elders who remember.

V446-97
NYD: Not Yet Diagnosed
Science/Nature
51:00
Prod. Co.: Barna-Alper Productions
Chloe Atkins has been mysteriously ill for ten
years. Symptoms have ranged from impaired
speech and vision to near total paralysis without
explanation.

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