Actor (1845); Kunisada
The display reads:
Japan 1786 – 1865
Kunisada was one of the most prolific and inventive designers of Ukiyoe woodblock prints. Though print designers such as Kunisada are often given full credit for the finished product, Ukiyoe prints were created in a collaborative environment that depended on the skills of the block-cutters and printers as well as the artists and publishers. The term Ukiyoe, "Pictures of the Floating World" refers to depictions of the fashion and trend conscious cultural milieu of the city Edo, modern day Tokyo. The Kabuki theatre was one of the most popular entertainments of the Edo period and many print designers made their living portraying actors both on and off the stage. This print is a panel from a large multi-paneled composition depicting a scene from an unidentified Kabuki play. The actor, in the guise of a workman or shopkeeper, is comically suspended above the spring scenery from an unseen support.
Taken September 2nd, 2011.
SAGA OF HOPE: An Icelandic Odyssey
Prod. Co.: White Pine Pictures
Saga of Hope is an exploration of director
Juliann Blackmore’s newly discovered Icelandic
ancestry. It was only recently, when Blackmore
was reunited with her natural father, that she
learned of her Icelandic roots.
SAKHAROV: Conscience of a Country
Prod. Co: Barna-Alper Productions
Andrei Sakharov, the inventor of the hydrogen
bomb for the Soviet Union became the first Soviet
citizen to win the Nobel Prize for Peace in 1975.
SALAAM SHALOM: The Jews Of India
Prod. Co.: Salaam Shalom Productions
Indian Jews are a minuscule minority living within
a diverse and densely populated nation. Despite
more than 2 millennia free from persecution, today
the survival of India’s Jews is threatened.
Prod. Co.: Hollyhock Productions
A sumptuous song of LOVE for the SALAMI!
Salami Heaven traces the importance of the various
SALAMIS intertwining Helena’s life and
illuminating her cultural roots.
Prod. Co.: Knowledge Network
Every year, wildlife enthusiasts visit Telegraph
Cove to whale watch, to see other large marine
mammals like sea lions and seals, and to take short
trips across to the mainland to view grizzly bears
feasting on spawning salmon.
SALON ROUGE, LE/The Red Lounge
Prod. Co.: Les Productions de Film Dionysos Inc.
A bedroom with a beautiful woman. A husband
arriving from work much too early. In the rescuing
wardrobe, Christian discovers a secret, close and
ambiguous world; The Red Lounge.
SALT PILLAR, THE
Prod. Co.: Daniel eskin
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 sober trek back home to the once
peaceful village of his youth.
Prod. Co.: National Film Board of Canada
The Salvation Army has worked in the service of
others for 160 years. This film is about street
workers and street people who live and work
under the Army’s umbrella. Salvation is a look
into the hearts and minds of people on both sides
of the street.
Prod. Co.: Loose Change Films Association
SAME OLD STORY, THE
Prod. Co.: McLaughlin Brothers Entertainment
The Same Old Story is a social satire that
explores the realities and redundancies of
pyramid schemes and youth pregnancy. The
film takes us into the uncertain lives of Michael
and Casey when faced with a decision that will
undoubtedly affect the rest of their lives, if they
make the ‘right’ choice.
SANDRA GETS DUMPED
Sofia K Productions
While putting together a video diary for her
boyfriend up north, she opens his love letter and
discovers it’s a Dear Jane letter throwing her into
a wild ride through the 7 stages of grief on
‘Santa Baby’ is a black comedy about a lonely
ten year old girl who develops an obsessive
crush on a department store Santa Claus and
who decides to take matters into her own hands
when she learns Santa doesn’t return her
Prod. Co: Origin Pictures
Clever Sarah (14) has been home schooled all
her Life. She now finds herself the youngest at
college and doesn’t fit in. When Sarah’s overprotective
mother harangues her about her messy
room, Sarah tries a new tactic towards
independence. Sarah wins the battle but loses
the war, for as smart as she is- mother still might
Prod. Co.: Brian Stockton
Using home movies, vintage memorabilia, and
the straight facts about Saskatchewan, the
filmmaker creates an eccentric portrait of the
first year of his life, and the province that
shaped his identity.
SASKATCHEWAN AT THE DAWN OF
The Atlas Of Saskatchewan Project
Prod. Co.: Division of Audio Visual Services,
University of SK
Used to launch the 1999 Atlas of Saskatchewan
and to promote the City of Saskatoon, the
University and the province of Saskatchewan,
this video highlights the geographic,
demographic and geological diversity of the
province, and identifies changes since the
previous Atlas of Saskatchewan, edited in 1969.
SASKATCHEWAN: Canada’s Rectangle
Prod. Co: You and Media
A travelogue spoof of Canada’s favourite prairie
SASKATCHEWAN CROP INSURANCE:
Because You Never Know – 2000
Prod. Co.: The Marketing Den.
A virtual calendar illustrates the perils that
could affect producer’s crops, and reminds
producers that Saskatchewan Crop Insurance
is an essential part of their business plan.
Actor Jeff Goldblum at the Tiff 08 Premiere of Adam Resurrrected
Actor Jeff Goldblum at the Tiff 08 Premiere of Adam Resurrected
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