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V148-02
CROP DUSTER
Educational/Instructional
08:38
Prod. Co.: CBC
They travel up to 160 kilometres an hour, three
metres off the ground, and they are loaded with
chemicals: they’re aerial sprayers. And despite the
danger, hardly a season goes by without a crash.
So, why would anybody want to do it? Well, strap
yourselves in and ride with the pilots who play the
prairie skies.

V148-04
CROSS-CANADA CANDLELIGHT
CHRISTMAS ON OPENING NIGHT
Performing Arts/Entertainment
13:00
Prod. Co: CBC
Cross Canada Candlelight Christmas on
Opening Night is a celebration of holiday music
from different parts of Canada. This segment
features the Ontario portion of the show.

V390-95-W
CRUCERO/CROSSROADS
Performing Arts/Entertainment
28:00
Prod. Co.: Snake Cinema
This film is about the perceptions Anglo-Saxons
have toward Latin Americans and about the
perception Latin Americans have concerning
themselves while living in North America.

V080-04
CRYPT CLUB, THE
Drama
23:00
Prod. Co: Crypt Club Productions Inc.
A dark, cautionary tale of three teen girls who dive
a vintage hearse to a deserted country cemetery for
a midnight initiation that will challenge each girl’s
conscience with horrific results.

V032-06
CRYSTAL FEAR, CRYSTAL CLEAR
Documentary Point of View
45:00
Wunderman Film
Using cinema verite, ‘Crystal Fear, Crystal Clear’
documents a year in the life of three families in a
small Canadian town who are affected by crystal
meth.

V340-00-W
CUCKOO, MR. EDGAR
Children/Youth Production
13:21
Prod. Co.: National Film Board of Canada
A timely lesson about the joys of fatherly love.

V200-01
CUL DE SAC
Educational/Instructional
27:00
Prod. Co.: Picture This Productions Inc.
The opening scene is a funeral – but who is dead?
What follows is a flashback – it’s summertime, and
15-year-old pals Fanny and Sonia have run away to
Montreal from small town Levy, Quebec. At first,
downtown is fun and deliciously dangerous. But
over the next several weeks, the teens’ lives are
irrevocably changed as events accelerate towards
a shocking conclusion.

V050-02
CULTURE JAM: Hijacking Commercial
Culture
Documentary Social/Political
57:00
Prod. Co.: Right to Jam Productions Inc.
Culturejam: Hijacking Commercial Culture is
an hour-long film which delivers a fascinating
rap on the 20th Century movement called
Culture Jamming. A new breed of revolutionary
stands poised along our information highways
waging war on logos and symbols. Pranksters
and subversive artists are causing a bit of brand
damage to corporate mindshare.

V151-06
CUP OF THEIR OWN, A
Documentary Short Subject
30:00
Rogers Television
‘A Cup of Their Own’ explores the interesting
evolution and unique dynamics that influence
the sport of female hockey. The program
examines the game’s strengths, but also the
obstacles that impede significant growth and
commercial viability of the sport.

V001-99
CUPID’S ARROW
Drama
23:00
Prod. Co.: Nitrous
A lonely computer expert (Andres Peters)
decides to take a chance on love with the
internet, only to find that being alone may have
been better.

V139-96
CURTAIN CALL
Documentary Over 30 Mins
52:30
Prod. Co.: White Elephant Productions
When 77-yr-old Edith Jones suffered a life
threatening stroke, her daughters wanted to
hustle her off to a nursing home. Edith refused.
The film documents the process of coping with
the conflict of aging and independence in a
creative turn of events.

V235-96-W
CURTAINS
Drama
12:57
Prod. Co.: Ewola Cinema
She will never forget the very first night. The
racing pulse. The trembling hands. The faces
flushed with breathless passion. And that was
just the play… A story of the gradual loss of the
magic in both love and a theatrical production.

V064-01
CUT TO PIECES
Documentary Social/Political
45:25
Prod. Co.: Souleado Entertainment Inc.
60,000 hysterectomies are performed in Canada
each year. It is estimated that 30-50% are
unnecessary. Cut to Pieces explores the
complexities of this issue through interviews
with women, doctors and women’s health
experts.

IV013-99
CUTTING THE CORD: Five Stories about
the First Year of Medical School
Documentary Over 30 Mins (Int.)
54:05
Prod. Co.: Program in Communication &
Medicine
During the 1996-97 academic year, Darren
Malinowski, then a second-year medical
student, used a video camera to capture the
stories and experiences of five first-year
students.

V373-04
D-DAY ON JUNO BEACH
Documentary History
47:00
Prod. Co: Barna-Alper Productions
This is the story of those men whose courage
and sacrifice made a difference on a place called
Juno Beach.

V435-97
D’NILE by VAGABOND GROOVE
Music Video
03:46
Prod. Co.: Barnett – Randmag
D’Nile is a Music Video which captures the
images of degradation of self. This relates
specifically to the lyrics of the song. Drug
addiction, the issue.

V359-04
DAB IYIYUU: Absolutely Cree
Aboriginal
24:00
Prod. Co: Rezolution Pictures Intl.
The Cree expression Dab Iyiyuu describes those
elders who embody traditional culture. They
are living links to the world of Cree ancestors.

V021-02
DABBERS
Documentary Short Subject
10:21
Prod. Co.: Vancouver Film School
Dabbers – life in the bingo hall.

Canon *Film*
film

40mm lens on this Canon film camera.

My father-in-law gave me this camera because he thought I’d be able to get some use out of it.

Since becoming a photographer, people in my family have considered me the person to know everything about a camera (any kind, including camera phones), fix any camera, and shoot any camera… doesn’t matter what type of camera it is, since I’m a photog, I should know what to do with it.

And no… I’m not a converter… hehehe! Nikon still rocks!

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