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V052-02
WAY
Drama
08:40
Prod. Co.: Jon Pesochin
Unfolding as a classic three part narrative, Way
is a story about modern miscommunication
between an Asian Canadian woman and two
men, and the cell phone that binds their
relationships.

V012-00
WAY OF THE SWORD, THE
Documentary General Subject
31:00
Prod. Co.: Cineworks Independent Filmmakers
Society
The Way of the Sword is a poetic meditation
on the construction of a modern “warrior”
identity; with elements drawn from cultural
traditions and a real or romanticized past.

V028-02
WAY OUT, A
Documentary Social/Political
39:00
Prod. Co.: Syncopated Productions Inc.
A Way Out is a documentary about breaking
the cycle of poverty in Canada’s oldest and
largest “ghetto”, Regent Park. In addition to
talking about what it is like to grow up poor in
North America, it explores the reasons behind
one person finding a way out and others
remaining.

V346-04
WAYS OF DEATH
Documentary Social/Political
50:00
Prod. Co: Productions Macumba International
Ways of life, ways of death. The United States
and Japan – the two largest economic powers in
the world – execute their citizens in the name of
justice.

V318-01
WAYSON CHOY
Documentary General Subject
43:03
Prod. Co.: Michael Glassbourg
This documentary explores the rich and
extraordinary life of Wayson Choy, author,
teacher, and social activist, whose discovery of
his own history inspires people of all
backgrounds.

IV004-98-W
WE ARE NOT LIKE THIS
Drama
50:00
Prod. Co.: Israel Cable Programming Co. Ltd.
A True Story: During the 1990 Entifada (The
Palestine Rebel in Gasa) a young Israeli officer
gets an Arabic prisoner as a birthday present.

V158-00
WE ARE SUNBURNING
Experimental
1:50
Prod. Co.: Friendly Fire
House plant responds to watering.

V279-00
WE BRING RACING TO LIFE
Commercials
00:60
Prod. Co.: White Iron Productions
A history of equine racing told in picture and
sound, and the place of daily racing form within
that history.

V029-95
WE CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE
Educational/Instructional
13:00
Prod. Co.: Tanner’s Beach Productions
The environmental benefits of the 3-R’s, plus
composting are explored.

V178-94
WE KNEW HOW TO DANCE, AND: Woman
in World War I
Documentary Over 30 Mins
55:42
Prod. Co.: National Film Board of Canada
A record of Canada’s ‘other veterans’. 12 Canadian
women recall their entry into what had formerly
been a man’s world of munitions factories and farm
labor. As nurses and ambulance drivers they even
came close to the battlefields.

V329-96
WEB HEAD
Documentary Over 30 Mins
45:00
Prod. Co.: Folklore.com
Toasters, blenders, and electric trains help Web
Head figure out what the internet is all about. Don
McKellar stars in this amusing guide to the internet
and the World Wide Web.

V177-94-W
WEB NOT A LADDER, A
Industrial/Promotional
23:55
Prod. Co.: National Film Board of Canada
Featuring the personal stories of six women who
own and operate successful businesses A Web Not
A Ladder offers suggestions on everything from
how to deal with sexist loan policies of major
lending institutions to business ethics and personal
goals.

V083-96
WEB OF WAR, A
Documentary Over 30 Mins
49:45
Prod. Co.: Galafilm Inc.
A Web of War tells the story of Polish soldiers and
resistance fighters during WW II and traces the
events that brought together in Canada a French
Canadian artillery officer, a Polish cavalry officer
and academics turned street fighters.

V016-99
WEDDING KNIVES
Drama
14:32
Prod. Co.: Who Knew? Productions
It’s a hot June wedding night, 1962. Molly is an
ambivalent virgin. Joe is nervous. He’s also very,
very hairy. When he locks himself in the toilet
with a razor things get…messy.

V259-04
WEDNESDAY NIGHTS
Documentary Social/Political
45:00
Prod. Co: PTV Productions Inc.
For parents and children of broken families,
Wednesday Nights are a beacon of hope, joy,
trepidations, relief and ultimately regret. In this
film, three families deal with the aftermath of
divorce.

V298-02
WEE 3: Eps# #16 Color Me Sad & The Loose
Tea Party
Children/Youth Production
23:01
Prod. Co.: YTV Productions Inc.
WEE 3 revolves around three very young and
tiny monsters who use pretend-play to work
through common social and emotional
challenges that face preschool audiences every
day. The monsters, Bunwin, Creakie and Pook,
examine their fears and feelings by singing and
playing out hilarious fantasy scenarios.

V148-01
WEE 3: Eps# 4 Food Store And Hat Smasher
Children/Youth Production
22:57
Prod. Co: Jennifer Sue/Festival & Awards
Coordinator
Bunwin, Creakie and Pook are a trio of small
intriguing monsters who emerge from the nooks
and crannies of a young child’s bedroom. These
miniature monsters only come out when the
child is not around and play is what they do best!
They capture the raw, instinctive and
spontaneous nature of four-year-old children’s
fantasy play.

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