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35mm colored photo film cartridges free vector
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Four rolls of 35 mm color film each one representing a different ISO value of 100,200, 400 and 800. Each cartridge has a different primary color, a sign and text signaling the film type and a small icon showing the best time to use that type of film. It has a dark brown color with 8 perforations both on the left and right sides of every frame. Next to the spool opening there is a barcode on a white area.
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V079-02
FIRST TOUCH, THE/Premier Sens, Le
Documentary General Subject
52:00
Prod. Co.: Max Films Television
Close your eyes and imagine…You are walking
barefoot on a beach but you don’t feel the sand
under your feet. You touch the cheek of a child
and you feel nothing. Someone caresses you and
again you feel nothing. You might not think
much about touch, but in fact it could be our
90
most important sense. We almost never think about
losing the sense of touch.

V288-99
FISH QUOTA’S
Documentary General Subject
46:51
Prod. Co.: CBC – Radio-Canada
Fish Quota’s examines the impact on small inshore
fishermen and coastal communities caused by a
change in federal government fishing rules that are
changing the nature of fish from common property
available to all to private property belonging to a
few.

V056-98
FISHING ON THE BRINK
Documentary Social/Political
48:27
Prod. Co.: Envision Productions Ltd.
Fishing On The Brink takes a hard-hitting look at
the causes and results of the Atlantic groundfish
crisis.

V190-99
FISHTALES
Children/Youth Production
24:00
Prod. Co.: M & M Films
An eight-year-old boy learns a lesson in
responsibility while spending the weekend with his
eccentric Grandmother.

IV010-01
FIT TO BE TIDE
Documentary Over 30 Mins (Int)
40:00
Prod. Co.: Niklas Sven Vollmer
Fit to the Tide explores a season of “Crimson
Tide” Football fanaticism and reveals a literal cliche
- what it means to “live for the game.”

V009-06
FIVE DAYS IN SEPTEMBER: The Rebirth of
an Orchestra
Performing Arts/Entertainment
60:00
Rhombus Media Inc.
‘5 Days in September: The Rebirth of an Orchestra’
is a provocative and intimate “reality-style”
documentary revealing the inner workings of the
Toronto Symphony Orchestra as it launches into its
opening season with an amazingly charismatic new
Maestro – Peter Oundjian.

V257-04
FIVE DOORS
Comedy
11:43
Prod. Co: Somnapix
Thirty years after attending kindergarten together,
Erica & Lorne meet on the street. Now he’s a cop -
and Erica needs help with a crazed ex-boyfriend.
What happens next is exactly what happened in
kindergarten 30 years earlier…

V219-06
FIXING DINNER: Embracing Your Inner
Chef
Lifestyle Programs
21:30
Joe Media Group
Stressed and struggling families who have
given-up having dinner together as a family are
now giving up take-out and frozen meals by
turning their kitchens and pantries over to North
America’s foremost meal planner Sandi Richard.
These families have agreed to take up Sandi’s
one-month challenge as she shows them how to
have stress-free meals in 20 minutes that are
healthy, nutritious, delicious and easy to make.

V398-94
FIXING THE FENCE
Children/Youth Production
06:15
Prod. Co.: The Very First Time Video Inc.
Child and father work together fixing and
painting the fence.

V219-04-W
FLAG FOR CANADA, A
Documentary History
46:15
Prod. Co: Paperny Films Inc.
From an unsettled beginning, it has become one
of the most recognizable symbols in the world.
It is Canada’s familiar trademark, our logo – our
flag.

V297-95
FLAMINGO ESTATES
Television Dramatic Series Episode
24:00
Prod. Co.: Directory Assistants/Wendy Ord
Pilot for a TV series, Flamingo Estates is the
story of a hardened money-hungry repo-man
trying to evict the zany and lovable residents of a
trailer camp.

V185-04
FLATLAND MUSIC FESTIVAL
Performing Arts/Entertainment
23:50
Prod. Co: McFlett Productions
The Flatland Music Festival, a three day event
held in Regina’s Victoria
park, features some of Saskatchewan’s best
artists and musicians.

V074-98
FLAVA
Drama
04:00
Prod. Co.: Facety Gal Productions
The question, “What’s your favourite flavour?”
sparks an argument between a girl and her
boyfriend.

IV014-00
FLIGHT OF THE STONE
Drama
15:00
Prod. Co.: Susanne Horizon-Franzel
A young man throws a stone at an enemy. The
stone misses its goal, enters in the orbit of earth,
and from there witnesses human relationships
and disputes. The stone continues its flight
around the world until it approaches the person
who threw it.

V078-99
FLOOD OF MEMORIES, A
Documentary Short Subject
27:30
Prod. Co.: Knowledge Network
This half-hour documentary uses archival
footage, historical photographs and five
personal accounts to detail the story of British
Columbia’s most disastrous flood.

V082-05
FLOORED BY LOVE
Multicultural
50:00
Prod. Co.: Floored by Love Productions
A lesbian couple contemplating marriage and a
family with a gay teen son taking in an
unexpected visitor from the past find their lives
not so far apart.

V177-98
FLOW OF GRACE, THE
Documentary Short Subject
25:00
Prod. Co.: Sleeping Giant Productions
A half-hour exploration of the creative
connection with an “essential force” as it occurs
in the work of artist Philip Aziz.

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