WOMEN ON PATROL
Prod. Co.: Lank Beach Productions Ltd
In 2002 the international community began
rebuilding the war-torn nation of East Timor.
Canadian Police officers Debbie Doyle and
Martine LeRoyer were among the first to
respond. This is their remarkable story.
Prod. Co.: Mediatique Inc.
Women’s Lives is an adaption of three poems by
Anne Neuarkoff Van Burek, all of which deal
with different stages of woman’s lives, each age’s
temperament as well as an overall journey
towards maturity and inner peace.
WOMEN’S WELLNESS: Eps# 8
Prod. Co.: Soma Television Limited
Women’s Wellness takes a holistic approach to
health and well-being. It’s women talking to
women. This program looks at agoraphobia,
rituals, and lifestyle changes.
WON’T YOU BE MY NEIGHBOUR
Documentary Short Subject
Prod. Co.: Vancouver Film School
For some boys, on the streets of Vancouver,
prostitution is the only means of survival.
Prod. Co.: Great North Productions
15-year-old Danny survived leukemia, while 21
other kids and his best friend Roberto were lost
to the disease. Today he gives back all the love
he has by counselling kids with cancer in
hospital, helping parents with bereavement, and
raising environmental awareness.
Prod. Co.: Canadian Film Centre
Max, a drunken, suicidal chef dressed as Santa,
meets his guardian angel and finds that even she
can’t save him from the hell of fast food.
WONDERFUL WORLD OF COLOUR, THE
Prod. Co.: National Film Board of Canada
This film explains how we perceive the spectrum
WOOD BUFFALO BLUES: Part I
Prod. Co.: CBC
Bison or buffalo, a symbol of the west are
considered to be spiritual by many native
people. They are also considered to be the heart
of Wood Buffalo National Park in Alberta
where, once again, there’s talk of wiping out the
entire herd as a way of dealing with the disease
tuberculosis, which some people think is
threatening the cattle industry.
Documentary General Subject
Prod. Co.: Good Earth Productions
Word Slingers explores a hobby that is both
seriously cerebral and just plain fun. We follow
the hottest Scrabble players in the world to Las
Vegas for the World Scrabble Championship.
These players are obsessive, brilliant…and just
happen to be Canadian.
Prod. Co.: TV Ontario
Work is a cri de coeur of a regular working
stiff–A humorous but brutally honest account
of the effect of work on the human spirit.
Prod. Co: Gary Porter
A very short “short” that stitches together the
times immediately preceding the camera
beginning to role. The capturing of the points
immediately before the yelling of “ACTION” on
a feature film.
WORK SEARCH: The First Steps
Prod. Co.: The May Street Group
The First Steps is designed specifically for
young people entering the job market. It shows
the challenges young people face in looking for
work, and the first steps to overcoming barriers.
WORKING IT OUT
Prod. Co.: Forefront Productions Corp.
An entertaining and realistic look at Peer
Mediation and a valuable addition to the
existing material in the field.
WORKPLACE HEALTH SYSTEM, THE:
A Strategy For Success
Prod. Co.: Bark Productions Inc.
“Not another Government video”, was how this
program was described by its audience. Health care
costs are dependent on changing lifestyles and
attitudes of employees and business owners.
Prod. Co.: Salter Street Films Ltd.
The world of Works is the real world of dirt,
sloshing water, grinding wheels, clanking
machinery, wet concrete and smelly farm animals.
It is the harsh, simple, intriguing physical reality;
the workings of the material and the concrete.
WORLD AT TEN, THE
Documentary Point of View
Prod. Co: NFB
The Worlds at 10 explores the new face of inner
city education-and the future of Canada’s
increasingly diverse mosaic-through the eyes of two
WORLD OF CHOICES, A
Prod. Co: SIAST International Services Office
Video examines occupational choices of young
Malawian women in areas of science and
WORLD STOPPED WATCHING, THE
Prod. Co: White Pine Pictures
The World Stopped Watching follows journalists
who return to Nicaragua 15 years after the
Sandinista/Contra period. They explore what has
happened to a country and a people when the media
spotlight is turned off.
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