Entries for 2005 CANADA’S GOLDEN SHEAF AWARDS 43

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At Panorama Lounge for a reception for the 2011 CFC Actors Conservatory.

To learn more about the CFC Actors Conservatory, please visit: cfccreates.com

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TALKING CANADIAN

Documentary History

45:02

p: Sheila Pin

d: Margaret Slaght

m: Kevin Breit/Andy McNeill

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

Why do English-speaking Canadians talk the

way we do? Why do we say couch instead of

chesterfield, windshield instead of windscreen,

and ee-ther and eye-ther, sometimes

interchangeably? How Canadians speak

today and how we will talk in the future.

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TARGET PRACTICE

Drama

28:00

p: John Kozak

d: John Kozak

ad: John Kozak

pe: John Kozak

dop: Caelum Vatnsdal

sw: John Kozak

os: Jordan Pede/John Kozak

Prod Co: Baby Legs Productions

Contact: John Kozak

Baby Legs Productions

49 – 35 Wynford Dr.

Winnipeg, MB R2C 3T8

(204)837-9865

v.kozak@uwinnipeg.ca

A group of children find themselves in a

position where they have to choose between

right and wrong in the most critical and

profound way. They are overwhelmed by

conflicting emotions of guilt and fear, and

there is no one to help them.

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TATSIANA OKUN ET SAINT-JEAN,

TERRE-NEUVE

Documentary Short Subject

10:40

p: Micheline Léonard

d: Lise Lorrain

pe: Kevin McIntyre

dop: Guy LeBlanc

sw: Lise Lorrain

os: Lise Lorrain

r: Marc Cormier/Kevin McIntyre

Prod Co: Radio-Canada Atlantique

Contact: Isabelle Brousseau

Radio-Canada

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

Montréal, QC H2L 2M2

(514)597-4381

isabelle_brousseau@radio-canada.ca

This film follows immigrants coming to

Canada and how they look at their new homes.

Tatsiana Okun, refugee, from Belarus, has

adopted St. John’s, Newfoundland. Fearing

persecution in Belarus she did not choose

Canada. Can she ever feel at home here?

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TEAM SPIRIT

Documentary Biography

46:00

p: Ken Malenstyn/Barrie Dunn

d: Alan Smithee

pe: Andrea Klipp

dop: Glenn Taylor/Mike Grippo

m: Ari Wise

sw: Shane Peacock

os: David Hechen Berger

Prod Co: Big Red Barn Entertainment

Dist Co: Picture Box Distribution Inc.

Contact: Ken Malenstyn

Big Red Barn Entertainment

6556 60th Ave.

Delta, BC V4K 4E2

(604)946-6329

ken@brbmg.com

Rankin Inlet, Nunavut during summer 2002.

Terence, a 22 yr old, has become the first Inuk

to play pro hockey. 19 yr old Jordin is trying

for national junior team. Tragedy strikes and

Jordin strives to carry on and realize his

dreams.

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THÉATRE DE MARIANNE

Animation

15:44

p: Michèle Bélanger

d: Co Hoedeman

pe: José Heppell

m: Robert M. Lepage

sw: Co Hoedeman/Hélène Ducharme

Prod/Dist Co: NFB

Contact: Madeleine Bélisle

NFB

3155 Côte de Liesse

St-Laurent, QC H4N 2N4

(514)283-9805

festivals@nfb.ca

This film dissolves the boundaries between

theater and animated film. Hoedeman offers

his spectators a truly magical moment, with a

surprise named Marianne.

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THEIR BROTHERS’ KEEPERS -

Orphaned by AIDS

Documentary Social/Political

55:30

p: Catherine Mullins

d: Catherine Mullins

pe: Barbara Brown

dop: Alberto Feio

m: Chris Crilly

sw: Catherine Mullins

os: Lewis Mundyongo/Daniel Vermette

r: Catherine Mullins

Prod Co: Green Lion Productions Inc.

Dist Co: Filmoption International

Contact: Catherine Mullins

Green Lion Productions Inc.

20223 Lakeshore Rd.

Baie d’Urfé, QC H9X 1P9

(514)457-5555

cmullins@greenlionfilms.com

Their Brothers’ Keepers’ goes inside a

compound in Lusaka, Zambia. The crew

focuses on two families headed by children in

their ongoing struggles for food, water,

schooling, and health care. Local community

and aid workers offer support but lack the

resources. Throughout the film, Stephen

Lewis, a passionate advocate and UN Special

Envoy for HIV/AIDS in Africa, provides the

broader social context.

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THEY BUILT THE RAILWAY: Episode

#3 – The Gate of Hell

Documentary History

46:45

p: Andrew Gregg

d: Andrew Gregg

pe: Geoff Matheson

m: Bruce Fowler

sw: Andrew Gregg

os: Jill Purdy

r: Stuart Henderson/Isabella C. Faravo

Prod/DistCo: 90th Parallel Productions Ltd.

Contact: Susanne Cuffe

90th Parallel Production Ltd.

203 Gerrard St. E.

Toronto, ON M5A 2E7

(416)364-9090

susanne@90thparallel.ca

Through colorful memoirs of an English rail

worker Morley Roberts and a Scottish man

P.T . Bone a first person account of the

dangers and drama of daily life on the railway

construction is portrayed.

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