Entries for 2005 CANADA’S GOLDEN SHEAF AWARDS 42

Color Wars 2008: Game #1: Bad Ass RoShamBo: SML supporting rainbow team move: Paper
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SML Second throw: Paper

colorwar2008.com

Game #1: Bad Ass RoShamBo

Deadline to play
2007-03-24 T 23:59 EST

How to play
To submit your throw:
1. Take a picture of yourself throwing either “rock”, “paper” or “scissors”.
2. It must be clear which of the three you are throwing.
3. You must be in your team uniform (do your best).
4. Upload your photo to Flickr and tag it like this:
rsb:move=yourmove rsb:team=yourteam rsb:player=yourtwittername
(for example rsb:move=rock rsb:team=blueteam rsb:player=zefrank)
5. Submit a link to the flickr photo below or at www.colorwars2008.com/rsb

Related SML Universe
+ SML Pro Blog: Color Wars 2008
+ SML Twitter

V026 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BCRA- Dist. Co.

SUPERKIDS

Documentary Point of View

45:00

p: Ric Beairsto

d: Harry Killas

pe: Rafi Spivak

dop: A. Jonathan Benny

m: Bill Runge

sw: Ric Beairsto

os: Jon Ritchie

Prod Co: Laughing Mountain

Communications Inc.

Dist Co: BuzzTaxi Communications Inc.

Contact: Ric Beairsto

Laughing Mountian Communications Inc.

#113 – 1035 Pacific St.

Vancouver, BC V6E 4G7

(604)669-6887

laughingmountain@shaw.ca

‘Superkids’ is about the surprisingly

competitive world of gifted children. A

personal framework is provided by the

writer/producer, whose son was identified as

gifted at age 9, then accepted into a radically

accelerated high school program.

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SUPERVISOR, THE

Documentary Short Subject

15:00

p: Jonathan Peyton

d: Howard Shaw

ad: David Manske

pe: Howard Shaw

dop: Max Lindenthaler

sw: Howard Shaw

os: Jonathan Peyton

r: Scott Dickson

Prod/Dist Co: Workers’ Compensation Board

of BC

Contact: Jonathan Peyton

WCB of BC

6951 Westminster Hwy.

Richmond, BC V6B 5L5

(604)279-7572

jpeyton@wcb.bc.ca

In this video Joe a young supervisor is haunted

by memories of a fatal accident involving a

young worker under his watch and is visited by

the ghost. Through these memories the viewers

learn the details of the accident. Included are

interviews with the boys’ father and the Crown

Prosecuter as well as the WCB worker and

other bystanders. All provide reasons for

safety in the workplace.

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SUPPORTIVE EMPLOYMENT

TRANSITION INITIATIVE

RESOURCE(Kit)

Multicultural

21:00

p: Shannon Cossette/Lorene Jewitt

d: Lorene Jewitt

ad: Lorene Jewitt

pe: Jennifer Prokop/Michael Milo/Peter

Downing/David Snell

dop: Lorene Jewitt

sw: Lorene Jewitt/Faye Andrews/Jamie

Ryan/Marlene Dray

os: Wayne Giesbrecht

r: Tacey Meyers

Prod/Dist Co: Division of Media &

Technology/U of S

Contact: Deb Edighoffer

Media & Technology/U of S

28 Campus Dr.

Saskatoon, SK S7N 0X1

(306)966-4261

deb.edighoffer@usask.ca

The Supported Employment Transition

Initiative Resources focuses on providing

employment services for individuals with

intellectual disabilities.

V008 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BCRA- Prod. Co.

SUSTAINABLE FUTURE, A: Creating the

Legacy – The Story of Earth Rangers

Centre

Nature/Environment

47:20

p: Tiina Soomet

d: Susan Mawhood

pe: Trevor Ambrose

dop: Bill Kerrigan

m: Stephen Price

sw: Tiina Soomet

os: Chris Williams

Prod Co: Clare Media Inc.

Dist Co: Distribution Access

Contact: Tiina Soomet

Clare Media Inc.

299 Queen St. W.

Toronto, ON M5V 2Z5

(416)591-7400 ext. 3191

tiinas@claremedia.ca

This documentary examines the sustainable

development movement and Canadian efforts

to meet sustainable building goals. It features

the building of the Earth Rangers Center

highlighting its sustainable features.

V278

SWEDISH POW WOW

Aboriginal

26:50

p: Reg Sherren

d: Gary Hunter

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

Cultural and spiritual traditions have

comforted Bonnie Peigan since she was a

child. We travel with her to a wild west theme

park in Sweden, where she tries to balance

cultural integrity and the demands of show

business.

V192

SYNAESTHETIC ANAESTHESIA

Experimental

18:00

d: John Kneller

ad: John Kneller

pe: John Kneller

dop: John Kneller

m: John Shipman

sw: John Kneller

os: John Shipman

r: John Kneller

Contact: John Kneller

53 Ellsworth Ave.

Toronto, ON M6G 2K4

(416)651-7359

arnell@interlog.com

Synaesthetic Anaesthesia’ is an experimental

film made with traditional film techniques. It

is a layered visual tapestry that incorporates

archival and contemporary imagery. The film

critiques “the colonizing eye.”

V010 . . . . . . . . . . . BCRA- Janice Drummond

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TALES OF THE MACABRE

Drama

27:20

p: Bert Fox Community High School

Movie Club

d: Amy Drummond

ad: Amy Drummond

pe: Amy Drummond/Janice

Drummond/Gwen Lowe

dop: Amy Drummond

sw: Amy Drummond

os: Amy Drummond/Janice Drummond

Contact: Amy Drummond

Box 2052

Fort Qu’Appelle, SK S0G 1S0

(306)332-4575

ivy.willow@sasktel.net

Three teens sneak into a haunted house, what

better place to sit and tell stories of it’s gory

past. As they tell tales, the house comes alive

around them. Will the teens escape or be

trapped inside a hellish plain for all eternity?

Queens – Woodside: Woodside on the Move Mural – Queens Blvd
move

This mural, on the concrete wall under the 61st Street Subway Station on Roosevelt Avenue in Queens, was commissioned by Woodside on the Move, a group orginally founded to organize the community’s celebration of the Bicentennial in 1976.

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