Entries for 2005 CANADA’S GOLDEN SHEAF AWARDS 26

Universal’s Animal Actors Show
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Taken on January 1, 2012 during the Universal’s Animal Actors Show in the Upper Lot at Universal Studios (Universal Studios Hollywood, Universal City, CA)

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LOST

Drama

27:00

p: Zachary Rothman

d: Zachary Rothman

ad: Laura Souter/Michele Sarna

pe: John Barnard/Zac Rothman

dop: Mike Marshall

sw: Zachary Rothman

r: James Wallace

Prod Co: Ethical Bacon Motion Pictures

Contact: Zac Rothman

Ethical Bacon Motion Pictures

2 – 2023 E. 1st Ave.

Vancouver, BC V5N 1B6

(604)251-3442

ethicalbacon@gmail.com

Angela has left home and moved into her

recently deceased Aunt’s apartment in the city.

She may not know what she is looking for, but

she certainly has no idea what she will

find…What do family, telemarketing,

automobiles and the undead have in common?

Watch and find out.

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LOST AND FOUND

Children/Youth Productions

22:21

p: Ralph Benmergui/Andrea Webb

pe: Eric Abboud/Seth Poulin

Prod Co: CBC

Dist Co: CBC International Sales

Contact: Victoria Goodfellow

CBC

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

Toronto, ON M5V 3G7

(416)205-5633

50

victoria_goodfellow@cbc.ca

Shows youth dealing with the loss of family,

home and heritage, and discovering self-pride

and a new future.

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LOST YOUTH: Four Stories of Injured

Young Workers

Children/Youth Productions

17:00

p: Jonathan Peyton

d: Howard Shaw

ad: Michael Chmera

pe: Howard Shaw

dop: Max Lindenthaler

m: Howard Shaw

sw: Howard Shaw

os: Karen Zucas

r: Scott Dickson

Prod/Dist Co: Workers’ Compensation Board

of BC

Contact: Jonathan Peyton

WCB of BC

6951 Westminster Hwy.

Richmond, BC V6B 5I5

(604)279-7572

jpeyton@wcb.bc.ca

‘Lost Youth’ is a true story about 4 young

people and how their lives are forever altered.

All were still in their teens when they were

injured on the job, none were properly trained

to deal with the hazards and risks in their

workplace.

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LOUISE

Animation

10:00

p: Michael Scott/Jennifer Torrance

d: Anita Lebeau

m: Robert Marginet

sw: Anita Lebeau

Prod/Dist Co: NFB

Contact: Madeleine Bélisle

NFB

3155 Côte de Liesse

St-Laurent, QC H4N 2N4

(514)283-9805

festivals@nfb.ca

Louise takes us through a day in her busy life,

which includes coping with garden gophers

and cupboards that have grown taller. To-do

lists start ambitiously, but stumble up against

least favorite activities.

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LOUISIANA FENCELINE: God’s Hand in

Cancer Alley

Nature/Environment

52:00

p: Mark Hamilton

d: Mark Hamilton

pe: Mark Hamilton

dop: Mark Hamilton

Prod Co: Fourth Line Films

Contact: Mark Hamilton

Fourth Line Films

5336 4th Line, R.R. # 3

Rockwood, ON N0B 2K0

(519)856-2157

mhamilton@icsl.ca

A group of trailer park residents, in the heart

of Cancer Alley, Louisiana find out their water

supply has been contaminated with vinyl

chloride for at least four years. How much

faith can they hold in God when they’re up

against Dow Chemical?

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LOVE WILL SET YOU FREE, JAY

SEMKO: An Approach to Songwriting

Documentary Arts/Culture

26:00

p: Marshall Ward

d: Marshall Ward

pe: Michael Seto

dop: Bill Boehlen/Michael Seto

m: Jay Semko

sw: Marshall Ward

os: Bill Boehlen/Michael Seto

r: Marshall Ward

Contact: Marshall Ward

752 Brandenburg Blvd.

Waterloo, ON N2T 2W9

(519)880-9776

marshall_ward@hotmail.com

‘Love Will Set You Free’ is a rare and intimate

look into the songwriting and recording

process of Saskatoon musician, Jay Semko

(The Northern Pikes) as he begins work on his

new solo album.

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LUNA, L’ÉPAULARD ÉGARÉ

Nature/Environment

19:29

p: Hélène Leroux

d: Jo-Ann Demers

pe: Éric Lemyre

dop: Georges Laszuk

sw: Mario Masson

os: Pierre-André Désautels

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

Luna the four-year-old orca whale lives alone

in Nootka Sound. So friendly he now is

considered a danger. Fisheries and Oceans

Canada have decided to relocate Luna.

Nootka Sound’s First Nations want the whale

to stay with them believing it is a great chief

reincarnated.

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LYNCHING OF LOUIE SAM, THE

Documentary History

52:00

p: Rina Fraticelli

d: David McIlwraith

pe: Haida Paul

dop: Sylvaine Dufaux

m: George Leach/Kat Hendrix

sw: David McIlwraith

os: Keith Thor Carlson

r: Jeff Henshel/Haida Paul

Prod Co: Wild Zone Films

Dist Co: Magic Lantern Communications

Contact: David McIlwraith

Wild Zone Films

328 14th Ave. W.

Vancouver, BC V5Y 1X4

(604)733-3449

mcilwraith@telus.net

The people of Sto:lo First Nation recreate the

story of the 1884 lynching of one of their

children in a documentary which examines the

events of a century ago through contemporary

eyes.

Universal’s Animal Actors Show
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