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AT MY MOTHER’S BREAST

Documentary Point of View

55:35

p: Joe MacDonald

d: Heather Watson-Burgess

pe: David McGunigal

dop: Lisa Fryklund

m: Olaf Pyttlik

sw: Heather Watson-Burgess

r: Brenda Donahue/Russ Dyck

Prod/Dist Co: NFB

Contact: Joe MacDonald

NFB

300 – 136 Market Ave.

Winnipeg, MB R3B 0P4

(204)983-7996

j.macdonald@nfb.ca

An intimate exploration of the

mother/daughter relationship as a young

woman struggles to come to terms with three

generations of breast cancer. In her own

words she is “the daughter of a woman with

breast cancer, who is the daughter of a woman

with breast cancer, who was the daughter of a

woman with breast cancer”.

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AUSCHWITZ, LES DOULEURS

FANTÔMES

Documentary History

42:53

p: Radio-Canada

d: Roger Archambault

pe: Hélène Lamothe

dop: Alfonse Mondello

sw: Alexandra Szacka

os: Diane Gaudreau/Jocelyne Dion

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

Father Weksler, a Catholic priest, learns at

age 35 that he was a Jewish child saved from

the holocaust. Sixty years after the liberation

of Auschwitz, the Pole, an involuntary

guardian of the largest Jewish cemetery in the

world, comes to peace with his past.

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AVATAR: Le Récit D’une Longue et Lente

Transformation

Science/Medicine

26:00

p: Pauline Voisard

d: Pauline Voisard

ad: Josiane Lapointe

pe: Josiane Lapointe

dop: Josiane Lapointe

m: Christian Laflamme

sw: Pauline Voisard

os: Pauline Voisard

r: Roger Guérin

Prod/Dist Co: Vidéo Femmes

Contact: Francine Plante

Vidéo Femmes

291, rue Saint-Vallier Est, bureau 104

Québec, QC G1K 3P5

(418)529-9188

info@videofemmes.org

Visual Artist, Guylaine Champoux, imposes on

herself an extreme weight loss regime. She

integrates this transformation into her art.

‘Avatar’: a reflection on the views of others,

partner and self on the body.

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BAISE-MAJESTÉ: Sex, Truth & Videotape

Documentary Point of View

46:00

p: Mary Armstrong/Monique Simard

d: Francine Pelletier

ad: Paola Ridolfi

pe: Dominique Champagne

dop: Nathalie Moliavko-Visotzky

m: Robert Marcel Lepage

sw: Francine Pelletier

r: Geneviéve Bougie/Nancy Marcotte

Prod Co: Les Productions Virage

Dist Co: Films En Vue

Contact: Melanie Bhérer

Films En Vue

6300 Av. Du Parc, Bur. #605

Montréal, QC H2V 4H8

(514)276-9556

info@filmsenvue.ca

From great to ho-hum to downright tragic, six

women tell what sex was like for them the first

time…and just how long they had to wait to

experience the real bonus: orgasm.

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BARBER’S CHAIR, THE

Drama

09:00

p: Kristi McNeil

d: Nicholas Allen-Woolfe

ad: Paul Swayze

pe: Ross Briggs

dop: John Lindsay

m: Fever Tank Music Studio

sw: Nicholas Allen-Woolfe

os: Jeff Wilson/Medallion PFA

Prod Co: Nikko Productions

Contact: Nicholas Allen-Woolfe

Nikko Productions

146 Sherwood Ave.

Toronto, ON M4P 2A8

(416)486-3145

kkooning@starbucks.com

The Barber’s Chair’ projects the feelings of

two outwardly innocent people into a kind of

macabre fantasy. It presents something as

harmless as a barber’s chair in such a way

that you’ll never have quite the same feelings

about it again.

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BARRY STEVENS & URSULA

JOHNSON: Vision in Art

Aboriginal

06:55

p: Ray Whitley

pe: Barry Fraser

dop: Barry Fraser

sw: Ray Whitley

os: Dorothy Haché

r: Barry Fraser

Prod/Dist Co: Learning Resources &

Technology/NS Department of Education

Contact: Ray Whitley

LRT/NS Department of Education

3770 Kempt Rd.

Halifax, NS B3K 4X8

(902)424-2446

whitlerk@gov.ns.ca

This video is part of a series, ‘Achieving

Balance’, which celebrates contemporary

Mi’kmaq at work. In this segment, petroglyph

artist Barry Stevens and performance artist

Ursula Johnson talk about their art, its

inspiration, and how traditional values inform

their creativity.

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BATTLE FOR ARTHUR, THE

Drama

19:00

p: Audrey Cummings/Susan James

d: Audrey Cummings

ad: Laura Black

pe: Aden Bahadori

dop: Samy Inayeh

m: Keegan Jessamy/Bryce Mitchell

sw: Audrey Cummings

os: Steve Matylewicz

Contact: Audrey Cummings

Narrow Edge Productions Inc.

625 Roselawn Ave., Suite 103

Toronto, ON M5N 1K7

(647)293-0932

cummingsaudrey@hotmail.com

Harry, a grumpy and socially withdrawn fish

store owner is tricked into selling his favorite

fish. In fighting back for them, Harry realizes

there are bigger things worth fighting for.


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