Moving the Fighting African Elephants
Fighting African Elephants. Complete elephant and head being moved on railroad car and train from Field Columbian Museum to the new Field Museum. Museum move series. 1920.
Original material: hand-colored lantern slide.
Digital Identifier: CSGN74660c
Part of the Illinois Urban Landscapes Project: www.fieldmuseum.org/urbanlandscapes/
Prod. Co: Zoot Capri Entertainment
Jigsaw is the story of a grandfather,
granddaughter and a secret taken to the grave.
Prod. Co.: Last Laff Ltd.
Jesse, staring Henry Czerny, is determined to
rescue his childhood sweetheart, Beth, from a
fate worse than…well, worse than being married
to him. Beth doesn’t know it yet but she made a
big mistake when she married the
neighbourhood chump, Jimmy Pacheco. So
Jesse along with his brother kidnap Jimmy and
hold him for ransom.
Prod. Co.: Rogers Community 4
Richmond educational and instructional training
series containing practical advise and
information from local businesses regarding
what employers are looking for in good
employees. Series includes importance of
networking and the job interview.
Prod. Co.: Societe Radio-Canada
Joe transforms a work of art without music into
a gigantic percussion instrument. The dancers,
wearing knitted jackets, old hats and heavy
black boots, create sounds by the subtle game of
the rubbing and hammering of their footsteps on
JOE FAFARD: Sculpter les Origines
Documentary General Subject
Prod. Co.: Productions Roch Brunette Inc.
In this documentary Joe Fafard helps us
discover his world…a world where the private
life and artistic life are closely related. We will
discover and participate in his passion for art,
nature, and the rural milieu which is his
principle source of inspiration.
Prod. Co.: In The Can Productions
John, a men’s room attendant in upscale Matteos
Restaurant, faces a possible forced retirement
after more than twenty years of service. Pink
slips start appearing when the torch of running the
family business is passed to the owner’s son.
JOHN AND MICHAEL
National Film Board of Canada
‘John and Michael’ pays homage to two men with
Down’s syndrome who shared an intimate and
profoundly loving relationship that deeply affected
the filmmaker. Animated with clay backlit on glass,
the film shimmers like stained glass in motion.
Narrator Brian Davis, also intellectually challenged,
brings the men alive with great sensitivity. The
audience shares in the various emotions that infuse
their everyday living.
JOHN KENNETH GALBRAITH: The Abiding
Prod. Co.: 90th Parallel Productions Ltd.
John K. Galbriath took his home-grown knowledge
of economics, liberal society and his “Canadian
sensibility”, to the USA in the 1930s. Now 95,
Galbriath is still on the attack, his criticism against
a Bush government whose prospects, he says “are
JOHN MCCRAE’S WAR: In Flanders Fields
Prod. Co.: National Film Board of Canada
John McCrae’s War: In Flanders Fields
chronicles McCrae’s life from his childhood in
Guelph, Ontario, to the battlefields of Belgium.
JOHN MCDERMOTT: The Tragedy Of War
Prod. Co.: The War Amps
John McDermott, well-known Toronto balladeer,
has been providing his fans with meaningful
renditions of songs (some go back to the 17th
century) which have a common theme–the tragic
loss of men killed in battle and the grief of their
JOHN SCOTT: Art & Justice
Documentary Short Subject
Prod. Co.: Queen West Productions Inc.
This film presents an intimate portrait of an artist
preparing for a major retrospective, revealing his
eccentric work methods (with paint, blood, muscle
cars and motorcycles), his political agenda, and
place in the history of post-modernism.
JOHN WALKUS STORY, THE
Prod. Co.: Global Totem Pictures Ltd.
Supported through the strong voices of other
young adoptees, and the advocates who fight for
them, this powerful one-hour documentary on
belonging, acceptance and loss of culture
celebrates the life of young native adoptee and
Kwankwaka’wakw artist, John Walkus Green.
JON’S ONLINE SUICIDE DIARY
Prod. Co.: T3 Digital Productions
Jon Ordinoffsky is a somewhat geeky 20-
something-year-old guy whose girlfriend Alison
brutally dumps him by snail mail. Devastated,
Jon elects to kill himself for the pleasure of
internet-users everywhere, including Alison,
wherever she may be.
JONI MITCHELL: Painting With Words &
Prod. Co.: Insight Productions
Joni Mitchell performs for an intimate audience
of friends in Los Angeles. Her repertoire for the
two nights covers the broad base of her work
from over the years.
Documentary Point of View
Prod. Co.: Marie-France Côté
Ilana‚s father Josef is dying as she enters
menopause. Terrified of growing old, She
decides to revitalize her life via her body. A
compelling, disarmingly honest film about one
woman‚s journey to understand what has shaped
her take on aging, mortality, youth and beauty.
JOSEPH GIUNTA: A Silent Triumph
Prod. Co.: Films Piche Ferrari Inc.
The film takes us into the moving and poignant
private world of the Giunta’s as eighty-nine-yearold
Joseph prepares for the first major exhibition
of his work in thirty years and copes with his
wife, Helen’s, rapidly advancing Alzheimer’s
Moving In, Occupy Oakland Move In Day (5 of 31)
Oakland Police Officers (left to right) not visable, D. Longaire, S. Martin and D. Jagar moving in.
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