Entries for 2005 CANADA’S GOLDEN SHEAF AWARDS 2

Two Greats
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Circa 1984. 13. Summer. Toronto, Canada. Had the opportunity to work on a feature film for television with Frances Foster (left) and Gloria Foster (no relation), two great actresses.

Some of you may remember Gloria Foster as "The Oracle" in the first two "The Matrix" films. Unfortunately she passed away before she could reprise her role in the final film.

Frances Foster was in movies such as Crooklyn and Malcolm X among a ton of others.

Sometimes I’ll flip through and see them in movies made long ago. I miss them both.

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AMAZING ATHABASCA OIL SANDS,

THE

Science/Medicine

43:00

p: Laurie Stewart

d: Laurie Stewart

pe: Neil Parker

dop: Trevor Wilson

sw: Laurie Stewart

r: Laurie Stewart

Prod/Dist Co: Dynacor Media Group

Contact: Laurie Stewart

Dynacor Media Group

9314 – 60 Ave.

Edmonton, AB T6E 0C1

(780)448-0093

lstewart@dynacormedia.com

The oil sands of northern Alberta is

considered one of the largest oil reserves in

the world. Getting it would take years of hard

work and considerable financial resources.

This documentary celebrates Canadian

innovation and preservance.

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AMES: A Spy Like Us

Documentary History

50:00

p: Simcha Jacobovici/Felix Golubev/Ric

Esther Beinstock/Tim Wolochatiuk

d: Tim Wolochatiuk

pe: John Whitcher

dop: Allan Piil

m: TTG Music Lab

sw: Tim Wolochatiuk/John Whitcher

os: Cheryl Grossman

r: Ed Krupa/Film Sound One

Prod Co: Associated Producers

Contact: Paula Potts

Associated Producers

110 Spadina Ave., Ste. 1001

Toronto, ON M5V 2K4

(416)504-6662 ext. 292

paula@apltd.ca

Betrayal!’, the Gemini nominated series, now

in its second season, is a 4 X 1 hour Series

that uncovers treachery…at its best. This is

the story of the deadly CIA mole who sold the

Soviets the identity of every “human asset” the

West had working behind the Iron Curtain,

which resulted in the execution of at least 10

men and countless lives ruined.

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AMUNDSEN: L’expédition

Nature/Environment

43:42

p: Hélène Leroux

d: Jeannita Richard

pe: Éric Lemyre

dop: Guy Ouellet

sw: Mario Masson

r: Michel Émond

Prod Co: Radio-Canada

Contact: Isabelle Brousseau

Radio-Canada

1400, Boul. René-Lévesque Est – 10e étage

Montréal, QC H2L 2M2

(514)597-4381

isabelle_brousseau@radio-canada.ca

Mar 2004. For 5 months, the icebreaker

Amundsen threads its way through the

Beaufort Sea. On board: an international

crew and various researchers. Their goal: to

study the arctic coastal ice barrier, which is

disappearing rapidly. ‘Amundsen’ science

meets adventure.

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ANGEL PART 2

Nature/Environment

53:35

p: Wally Harstad/Shirley Harstad

d: Wally Harstad/Shirley Harstad

pe: Wally Harstad/Glenn Rosin

dop: Wally Harstad

sw: Wally Harstad/Shirley Harstad

Prod/Dist Co: Chokecherry Hollow

Productions

Contact: Wally Harstad

Chokecherry Hollow Productions

Box 1878

Nipawin, SK S0E 1E0

(306)862-5196

Show much of a white-tailed deer doe’s life as

she loses her first set of twin fawns then adopts

and raises an orphaned fawn as if it were her

own. She then successfully raises her next

years set of twins.

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APOCALYPSE COW: The Mad Cow Story

Part II

Nature/Environment

45:43

p: Ray Burley

d: Ray Burley

pe: Tom Cooper/Alan Gibb

dop: Milan Klepl

m: Ken Myhr

sw: Ray Burley

os: Alan Glehart

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

This is the story of Mad Cow, a story about

cover-up and greed. In England, Mad Cow

disease is now responsible for one hundred

and fifty deaths, and hundreds of thousands of

cattle deaths. It has scarred the world’s beef

industry forever.

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ARKTIKA: The Russian Dream That

Failed

Nature/Environment

53:09

p: Betsy Carson/Gary Marcuse

d: Gary Marcuse

pe: Stuart de Jong

dop: Kirk Tougas

m: Henry Heillig

sw: Gary Marcuse

r: Ewan Deane

Prod/Dist Co: Face to Face Media Ltd.

Contact: Scott Carroll

206 – 1950 Robson St.

Vancouver, BC V6G 1E8

(604)671-2735

scott@itinerant.com

‘Arktika’ peels back layers of secrecy and cold

war rivalries to examine the ambitious Soviet

campaign to conquer the Arctic, and its impact

on the land and the people.

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ARTBOT: Painting

Children/Youth Productions

03:30

p: Drew Mullin/Marney Malabar

d: Drew Mullin

ad: Michiko Yano-Shuttleworth

pe: Dean Henry

dop: Niculae Popescu

sw: Drew Mullin

os: Drew Mullin

Prod Co: TVOntario

Contact: Theresa Wells

TVOntario

2180 Yonge St.

Toronto, ON M4T 2T1

(416)484-2600 ext. 2438

twells@tvontario.org

Artbot’ is a robot who teaches kids about art

as he is being programmed.

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ARTHUR MEIGHEN

Documentary History

23:04

p: Holly Doan

d: Holly Doan

pe: Anahita Kazemzadeh

dop: Ross MacIntosh

sw: Holly Doan

os: Anahita Kazemzadeh

r: Holly Doan

Prod/Dist Co: CPAC

Contact: Juline Ranger

CPAC

1750 – 45 O’Conner St.

Ottawa, ON K1P 1A4

(613)364-1139

jranger@cpac.ca

This series focuses on the first 100 years of

Canada’s political experience, covering

contributions of the first 14 prime ministers.

The series unveils details about these great

men that until now were scarcely known.

Sita Spada-actress
actress

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