Entries for 2005 CANADA’S GOLDEN SHEAF AWARDS 15

Actors – 18
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We’ll sit at the back

V341 . . . . . . . . . . . BCRA- CHUM TV/APTN

FIRST MUSIC

Aboriginal

23:44

p: Lisa Meeches/Kyle Irving

d: Lisa Meeches/Melissa Kajpust

pe: Doug Coolidge

dop: Kim Bell

sw: Melissa Kajpust

os: Howard Rissin

r: Tobias Duggan

Prod Co: Meeches Video Production Inc.

Contact: Colleen Gurney Alksnis

The Sharing Circle Season 13

509 Century St.

Winnipeg, MB R3H 0L8

(204)786-1655

colleenalksnis@hotmail.com

Music has always been an integral part of

Aboriginal culture. In this episode, we’ll

explore the rich heritage of Aboriginal music,

both traditional and contemporary.

V082 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BCRA- CHUM TV

FLOORED BY LOVE

Multicultural

50:00

p: Shan Tam/Desiree Lim

d: Desiree Lim

ad: Patrick Jennings

pe: Ileana Pietrobruno

dop: Carl Bessai

m: Simon Kendall

sw: Karen X. Tulchinsky/Desiree Lim

os: Kevin Hamilton

Prod Co: Floored by Love Productions

Dist Co: Holiday Pictures Ltd.

Contact: Shan Tam

Holiday Pictures Ltd.

1634 E. 13th Ave.

Vancouver, BC V5N 2B8

(604)879-6613

shan@holidaypictures.ca

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.

V053 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BCRA- Prod. Co.

FOOL, THE

Drama

28:00

p: Billie Mintz

d: Billie Mintz

40

ad: Rob Gray

pe: Tom Strnad

dop: Mark Berlett

sw: Billie Mintz

Prod Co: Athelas Productions

Contact: Michael Carry

Athelas Productions

33 Hazelton Ave.

Toronto, ON M5R 2E3

(416)921-6790

mike@theboyk.net

The Fool’ is the journey of an imaginary

friend, Anda the Clown, who is stuck in a

relationship with a child who no longer

believes in him. Anda must find the strength in

himself to move on from this relationship

where he is no longer being recognized and

find a child who is going to believe in him.

V277 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BCRA- Prod. Co.

FOOTBALL FIRST: The Roy Shivers

Story

Multicultural

44:20

p: Lori Kuffner

d: Costa Maragos

pe: Brad Leclair

sw: Costa Maragos

Prod/Dist Co: CBC

Contact: Victoria Goodfellow

CBC

205 Wellington St. W., Rm. 7-A-205

Toronto, ON M5V 3G7

(416)205-5633

victoria_goodfellow@cbc.ca

This documentary shows Shiver’s upbringing

in the segregated projects of Oakland, the

problems he encountered when he married a

white woman, the racial divide while playing

in the NFL, and his move to Canada where he

overcame the odds to achieve his dream.

V157

FOOTBINDING: Search for the Three-

Inch Golden Lotus

Documentary Social/Political

60:00

p: Yue-Qing Yang

d: Yue-Qing Yang

ad: Yue-Qing Yang

pe: Yue-Qing Yang

dop: Yue-Qing Yang

sw: Yue-Qing Yang

os: Yue-Qing Yang

r: Yue-Qing Yang

Prod Co: East-West Film Enterprises Ltd.

Contact: Marissa Stapley

VisionTV

80 Bond St.

Toronto, ON M5B 1X2

(416)368-3194

mstapley@visiontv.ca

In this intensely personal documentary,

Chinese Canadian filmmaker Yue-Qing Yang

returns home to investigate China’s hidden

shame: the now-extinct practice of foot

binding. Why did millions of women through

the centuries subject themselves to such a

cruel custom in pursuit of a strange ideal of

feminine beauty?

V174

FORENSIC FACTOR: No Body No Crime

Documentary Series

46:00

p: P. J. Naworynski

d: P. J. Naworynski

pe: Enzo Anile/Van LaPointe

dop: Patrick McGowan

m: Norman Orenstein

sw: P. J. Naworynski

r: Michael Nunan

Dist Co: Exploration Production Inc.

Contact: Elaine Spencer

Exploration Production Inc./Discovery

Channel Canada

9 Channel Nine Court

Scarborough, ON M1S 4B5

(416)332-4406

espencer@discovery.ca

‘Forensic Factor’ is a series of six one-hour

programs presenting the world’s best CSI’s,

armed with the latest investigative tools, used

to help catch elusive criminals. Each episode

explores the science being used by actual

forensic experts throughout North America.

V393

FREEDOM’S LAND: Canada and the

Underground Railroad

Documentary History

45:01

p: Marcy Cuttler

d: William Cobban

Prod Co: CBC

Contact: Victoria Goodfellow

CBC

205 Wellington St. W., Rm. 7-A-205

Toronto, ON M5V 3G7

(416)205-5633

victoria_goodfellow@cbc.ca

‘The Underground Railroad’, part metaphor,

part fact, enabled thousands of black refugees

to flee the oppression of the only nation in the

western world that still condoned the practice

of slavery.


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