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Jul 192012

Toda Erica, Japanese actress,Red HoodedJumper
actress

Quick A3 graphite rendering (that’s pencil drawing to you :) of the Japanese actress Toda Erika in a red hooded top. It’s not perfect and maybe the nose is 1mm to too far right but apart from that I think it’s pretty close.

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FIRE AND ICE: The Rocket Richard Riot
Documentary History
47:28
Prod. Co.: Galafilm Inc/Barna-Alper Prod. Inc.
Maurice Richard is an icon in French Canada,
English Canada, and the National Hockey
League. When he was suspended that fateful
night on March 17, 1955, the French Canadian
community rose up in a wave of nationalism to
89
protest. This incident which exploded in Montreal
more than forty years ago is a moment frozen in
time that captures the essence of the complicated
struggle between Quebec and Canada.

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FIRE DANCE
Music Video
Prod. Co.: Paulus Film Group ©) 2001

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FIRE IN QUETICO: The Emerald Lake
Prescribed Burn
Science/Nature
19:30
Prod. Co.: Ont. Ministry of Natural Res./Dryden
Fire Mgmt. Centre
A massive windstorm on July 4, 1999 damaged
thousands of hectares of wilderness park land on
both sides of the Canada/US international border.
This video tells how Ontario reduced the danger to
park visitors by burning 2,000 hectares of
blowdown forest in a carefully planned prescribed
burn.

V380-03
FIRE IN THE SOUL
Documentary General Subject
46:30
Prod. Co.: Partners In Motion
Fire in the Soul is BBQ like you’ve never seen
before. Discover the passion in the pits, the quirky
culinary secrets, and the compelling character’s
struggle for supremacy in the high-pressure
international world of competitive barbecue!

V044-99
FIRES OF JOANNA, THE
Drama
42:00
Prod. Co.: Clarence Street Films
Bound by a promise to her dying mother and
haunted by a dark and shameful childhood secret,
Joanna illuminates her loneliness with secret
imaginings and the pleasure of her one great gift,
the ability to set fires with her mind.

V124-06
FIRES THAT BURN, THE: The Life and Work
of Sister Elaine Macinnes
Documentary Biography
48:00
The May Street Group Ltd.
‘Fires that Burn’ traces the lifelong journey of Sister
Elaine MacInnes: classical musician, Roman
Catholic nun, Zen master and spiritual activist
helping men and women in prison learn the art of
meditation.

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FIRST BREAK
Documentary General Subject
48:05
Prod. Co.: National Film Board of Canada
This compelling documentary explores the impact
of a first-episode–or First Break–of mental illness
on three young adults and their families.

V227-97
FIRST CUT, THE
Science/Nature
15:30
Prod. Co.: Vicom Multimedia Inc.
A critical look at wildlife mortality in farmer’s
fields during harvest. Designed to generate a
response in regards to the issue of wildlife being
killed in fields during harvest.

V140-06
FIRST DAY OF MY LIFE, THE
Drama
12:00
Sure Shot Productions
‘The First Day of My Life’ is an episodic look at
the most important day in the lives of two sisters.

V046-00
FIRST LADY OF THE YUKON: Martha
Black
Documentary History
23:00
Prod. Co.: White Pine Pictures
The story of Yukon legend, Martha Black, who
abandoned her husband to seek adventure during
the Klondike Gold Rush, becoming the second
woman elected to the Canadian Parliament.
Gemini Award winner for best music score in a
documentary.

V155-05
FIRST LIGHT: Tuscany and the Dawn of the
Renaissance: Part One
Documentary Arts/Culture
60:00
Prod. Co.: Redcanoe Productions
It was the birth of our modern Western world. In
Tuscany during the 13th and 14th centuries,
revolutionary changes in religion, art, commerce
and cities would alter the course of civilization
itself. This stunningly photographed four-part
series reveals how a new spiritual understanding
would transform the way we think about the
world and our place in it. Part of the network’s
“History, Mystery, Travel & Treasure” Series.

V193-06
FIRST MUSIC
Performing Arts/Entertainment
23:44
Meeches Video Productions Inc.
In this episode of The Sharing Circle, we will
begin by exploring the rich heritage of
Aboriginal music and how our ancestors
interpreted it, we will look at Aboriginal music
today and what the future might offer and
explore how cultural blending through music is a
way of celebrating diversity.

V419-97
FIRST NATION BLUE
Documentary Over 30 Mins
47:50
Prod. Co.: National Film Board of Canada
First Nation Blue takes us behind the
bulletproof vests to uncover the changing
attitudes of the Native and non-Native police
officers in Ontario.

V051-99
FIRST NATIONS HORSE, THE
Science/Nature
24:00
Prod. Co.: White Iron Productions
This episode pays homage to the great horse
culture of the First Nations People, created after
the Spanish re-introduced the horse to the
Americas.

V117-00
FIRST NATIONS: Partners In Progress
Multicultural/Race Relations
12:20
Prod. Co.: The Commercials Factory
The Partners in Progress video was developed
by UMA Group to foster cross cultural
understanding and highlight a unique
relationship that honours and respects Canada’s
First Nation’s history and traditions.

V411-03
FIRST PERSON SHOOTER
Documentary Social/Political
50:52
Prod. Co.: Cogent/Benger Productions
First Person Shooter examines video-game
addictions and the battle between a 12-billiondollar
industry and outraged parents.

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FIRST STORIES: MANITOBA
Aboriginal
05:00
National Film Board of Canada
‘First Stories: Manitoba’, is a collection of four
short films by four new Manitoba aboriginal
filmmakers;
Patrick Ross is the second short film for Ervin
Chartrand. In the five-minute piece, Chartrand
creates a beautiful cinematic portrait of
ex-prison inmate, twenty-nine year-old Patrick
Ross. We watch Patrick create one of his
extraordinary paintings while he shares his
thoughts on his art, his time in jail and his
hopes for the future.

Death of an Actress
actress

Such beauty,
such pain.

Even the outwardly happy and successful can hide agony in their heart.

British actress Lucy Gordon, 28, killed herself in her flat in Paris on Wednesday.

In Britain there is always someone to listen at the Samaritans: 08457 90 90 90

www.samaritans.org/

If possible please add numbers for similar organizations in your country in comments.

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