DOWNTOWN ANGEL OF MEDICINE
Prod. Co.: Chestnut Park Productions
Downtown Angel of Medicine is about medical
experts and the tough decisions they make in their
dynamic assault of diagnosis, treatment and
hopefully curing. The dedicated doctors and nurses
at medicine’s front line are the series’ core cast.
DR. JUDY BARTLETT: BALANCING THE
Meeches Video Productions Inc.
In this episode of The Sharing Circle, we meet Dr.
Judy Bartlett; one of the first three Aboriginal
students to receive her Doctorate of Medicine from
the University of Manitoba.
DRAGNUTS: Eps# 9 Standouts
Prod. Co.: Cullen Robertson Productions
A wacky reworking of the old Dragnet series, where
master mimics Bob Robertson and Linda Cullen rewrite,
re-voice, and re-produce Sargent Friday, et
al, making them funnier than ever imagined.
DRAGONS INVISIBLES, LES
Documentary Short Subject
Prod. Co.: Learning Resources and Technology, NS
Dept of Education
Four young adults witness their struggles and
victories against learning disabilities.
DRAGONS OF CRIME: Climbing The Golden
Documentary Over 30 Mins
Prod. Co.: Stornoway Productions/National Film
Board of Canada
This tense and often shocking film examines the
rise in Asian organized gangs. Using secret cameras
to record organized crime at work, it examines the
increasing tide of illegal immigrants smuggled out
of China to North America.
Prod. Co.: Insight Film & Video Productions
Our aim is to encourage Aboriginal youth to
consider banking as a career option. Banking is not
all about numbers…it’s mainly about people and
working together to achieve dreams and goals.
DREAMING THE ARENA
Prod. Co.: FATA Morgana Prods.
With a wealth of vibrant images, the film explores
the imagination and dreams of an institutionalized
young man. Fantasy and reality become an
intoxicating maze in this exotic portrayal of
identity and hope.
DREAMS OF CHILDHOOD
Prod. Co.: Coming Home Films Inc.
Beautiful Nha Trang has become Vietnam’s
premiere tourist destination. As well as attracting
visitors, though, Nha Trang also attracts the poor
and disenfranchised including homeless and
abandoned children who survive by their wits.
DREAMS OF MOURNING
Prod. Co.: Warren Nightingale
A man wakes, only to find himself inside a
painted landscape – a moving Monet. The
dreamscape is in constant flux, nature reshapes
and reforms around him, in conflict, like his
desire to free himself of his surreal confinement.
Will he be lost forever in this never ending fancy
of disappear like a faded memory?
DREAMS OF MY TOWN
Prod. Co.: Giuseppe Ranieri
Music, dance, personal activities, religious
activities and traditional activities are placed in
chronological order as examples of the life of a
Prod. Co.: Vancouver Film School
Is there magic in the modern world? Laura is
betting her heart on it.
Prod. Co.: Dept. of Film, Univ. of British
Would-be athlete/compulsive chain smoker,
Sasha, sets out on a road trip with her two best
friends. Together, they try to kick their
respective bad habits, until a visit to Dr. Rocket’s
roadside attraction forces them to rethink their
own notions of what it means to be free.
Prod. Co: Brown Entertainment
A grieving woman jumps out of a limo in a
funeral procession into the car of an
unsuspecting passerby. As the strangers drive
they explore the emotions surrounding life,
death and the terrain that lies somewhere in
Prod. Co.: Photon Productions Inc.
Homeless in his aging car, the anti-heroic
protagonist Richard Peel pilots the wreck
aimlessly down the highway, seeking clues to
his downfall as he sifts through the wreckage of
his past. Broke and alone, low on gas, with
nowhere to go, he is forced to confront the
memories that threaten to overwhelm his
Prod. Co.: Maureen Bradley/Sherry MacDonald
Joe, a six-year-old boy, is forced to choose
between his parents in a violent break-up. Joe’s
mother tries to protect him from the truth by
keeping quiet. She tries to protect herself with a
restraining order that proves ineffectual.
DRIVING DOWN AUTO THEFT
Prod. Co: Media & Technology, University of
This video was produced as part of a public
awareness campaign which was initiated by the
substantiated need to drive down the number of
auto thefts/thefts from vehicles in the province
DROP IN THE OCEAN, A/Goutte Dans
Prod. Co.: National Film Board of Canada
When the humanitarian medical aid agency
Medecins Sans Frontieres, or Doctors Without
Borders, received the Nobel Peace Prize in
1999, Dr. Claudette Picard was back in Liberia,
where she had been on her first mission six
years earlier. What impels women and men to
leave their easy lives behind and go off to do
what little they can to alleviate fathomless
O’Hare Terminal’s Moving Walkway
One of the moving walkways of Chicago International airport. Those lights were not there until recently. This is one of the longest moving walkways I’ve seen. This walkway connects the main departure terminal to the arrival section.
O’Hare International Airport (ORD)
On Explore/Flickr Top 500, August 1, 2008
Well, this is my FIRST photo that made it to explore which was taken by my phone’s camera.
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