Entries for 2005 CANADA’S GOLDEN SHEAF AWARDS 51

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Larissa Giroux, Manager of the CFC Actors Conservatory.

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V063 . . . . . . BCRA- Margery Reid-Dist. Co.

WHERE TIME BEGINS

Documentary Point of View

50:00

p: Dale Phillips

d: Dale Phillips/Tom Radford

pe: Adam Kidd

dop: Randy Tomiuk/Daron Donahue

m: Jacek Sobieraj

sw: Dale Phillips

os: Niobe Thompson

r: Randy Tomiuk/Daron Donahue/Perry

Blackman

Prod Co: Black Spring Pictures Inc.

Dist Co: Noble Streets International

Contact: Dale Phillips

Black Spring Pictures Inc.

11604 – 91 St.

Edmonton, AB T5B 4B1

(780)477-7138

dylanesq@interbaun.com

Chronicles the travels and findings of

Canadian anthropologist Niobe Thompson as

he carries out field research ahead of writing

his doctoral thesis for the Scott Polar

Research Institute at Cambridge University,

England.

V034 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BCRA- Jenn Chen

WHITE OUT

Documentary Short Subject

12:00

p: Larissa Giroux

d: Matt Sinclair-Foreman

pe: Stephen Philipson

dop: Gregory Middleton

sw: Abigail Kinch/Matt Sinclair-Foreman

Prod Co: Canadian Film Center

Dist Co: Canadian Film Center’s Flow

Distribution

Contact: Jenn Chen

Canadian Film Center’s Flow Distribution

2489 Baview Ave.

Toronto, ON M2L 1A8

(416)445-1446 ext. 323

flowinfo@cdnfilmcenter.com

Craig’s best friend Wade dies in an avalanche,

leaving Craig devastated. When Wade returns

as a ghost pretending nothing has happened,

Craig is only too happy to play along. Their

nostalgic revelry cannot conceal that this

reunion is temporary, and they are soon forced

to face the truth.

V388

WHY THEE WED

Documentary Social/Political

50:00

p: Selwyn Jacob

d: Cal Garingan

Prod/Dist Co: NFB

Contact: Madeleine Bélisle

NFB

3155 Côte De Liesse

St-Laurent, QC H4N 2N4

(514)283-9850

festivals@nfb.ca

Why Thee Wed’ captures a year in the life of

same-sex marriage in British Columbia. The

vis-à-vis interplay of fact and fiction illustrate

that whether gay or straight, couples are more

alike than different.

V281

WILDLIFE SANCTUARY

Nature/Environment

26:50

p: Christian Cote

d: Andy Blicq

pe: Don Scott

dop: Greg White

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

Explores the thriving cottage industry

surrounding the rescue and treatment of sick,

injured and lost wild animals.

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WOMEN ON PATROL

Documentary Social/Political

54:00

p: Joseph MacDonald

d: Barry Lank

pe: David McGunigal

dop: Barry Lank

m: Michael Plowman

sw: Erna Buffie

os: Brock Capell/Saul Hentel

r: Erna Buffie

Prod Co: Lank Beach Productions Ltd.

Dist Co: NFB

Contact: Luanne Lank

Lank Beach Productions Inc.

341 Wardlaw Ave.

Winnipeg, MB R3L 0L5

(204)452-9422

info@lankbeach.com

In 2002 the international community began

rebuilding the war-torn nation of East Timor.

Canadian Police officers Debbie Doyle and

Martine LeRoyer were among the first to

respond. This is their remarkable story.

V327

WRESTLING WITH DESTINY: The Life

and Times of Daniel Igali

Documentary Biography

43:00

p: Garbiela Schonbach/Joel Gordon

d: Joel Gordon

pe: Rene Beland

dop: Todd Craddock

m: Gordon Durity

sw: Chris Aikenhead

os: Tony Gronick/Chris Aikenhead

Prod Co: Omni Film Production Ltd.

Dist Co: Water Street Releasing Ltd.

Contact: Pat Bean

Omni Film Production Ltd.

204 – 111 Water St.

Vancouver, BC V6B 1A7

(604)681-6543

pat@omnifilm.com

Wrestling with Destiny’, a one hour

documentary, chronicles Daniel Igali’s

fascinating journey from a tiny African village

to winning Olympic glory for Canada, and

reveals his complex, intriguing character both

on and off the mat.

V348

XS STRESS: Teens Take Control

Children/Youth Productions

28:00

p: Tamara Lynch

d: Patricia Kearns

ad: Robin A. Paterson

pe: Marlene Millar

dop: Philippe Amiguet

m: Janet Lumb/Dino Giancolo

sw: Patricia Kearns

Prod/Dist Co: NFB

Contact: Madeleine Bélisle

NFB

3155 Côte de Liesse

St-Laurent, QC H4N 2N4

(514)283-9805

fesivals@nfb.ca

XS Stress’ is the product of a unique

collaboration between director Patricia

Kearns and a seven-member youth advisory

council. XS Stress helps teens identify causes

of stress in their lives.

V300

YEAR OF THE HUNTER: The Story of

Nanook

Documentary History

45:02

p: Pat Softly

d: Mark Starowicz

m: Claude Desjardins/Eric Robertson

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

Robert Flaherty undertook the challenging

mission of chronicling the life of an Inuit

hunter, Nanook, of the eastern shore of

Hudson’s Bay. This is the story of how he did

it. The life of Nanook of the North became

known to thousands of entranced viewers.

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YELLOW BIRD

Drama

15:00

p: Steven N. Bray

d: Jessie Wallace

ad: Mark Gabriel

pe: Jessie Wallace

dop: Christopher Sargent

m: Ryan Latham

sw: Carol Brown/Jessie Wallace

r: Stephen Barden

Contact: Jessie Wallace

Smiling Toad Pictures Inc.

2180 Headon Forest Dr.

Burlington, ON L7M 2X1

(416)858-4841

jwallace@smilingtoadpictures.com

For years, quirky Fayette and wretched old

Roy have endured a lifetime together of

unhappiness and routine. The surreal bond

between them is tested with the intrusion of a

little visitor. A magical story in which a little

yellow bird brings about joy in the most

unexpected ways.

V143

YOGA PRACTICE

Experimental

03:00

p: Heesoo Kim

d: Heesoo Kim

ad: Heesoo Kim

pe: Heesoo Kim

dop: Heesoo Kim

sw: Heesoo Kim

os: Heesoo Kim

r: Heesoo Kim

Contact: Heesoo Kim

OCAD

#2007 – 50 Stephanie St.

Toronto, ON M5T 1B3

(416)850-7616

yamohae@hotmail.com

This piece is about irony between the thinking

in the head and the action in reality; you want

to remain healthy but you can’t stop smoking.

V173

YOU ARE NOT ALONE

Multicultural

00:30

p: Monique Lafontaine

d: Monique Lafontaine

pe: Monique Lafontaine

dop: Monique Lafontaine

sw: Monique Lafontaine

r: Monique Lafontaine

Prod/Dist Co: Little Blue Spider Productions

Contact: Monique Lafontaine

Little Blue Spider Productions

678 Hall St. W.

Moose Jaw, SK S6H 2R9

(306)630-8764

moniquelafontaine@hotmail.com

Uses a living medical chart to visually create

an anonymous abuse victim and a chorus of

female voices to convey the positive messages:

the abused person is not alone, no one

deserves to be abused, and help is available.

Director Steven Soderbergh and actor Benicio Del Toro Sign Autographs for fans at the Press confrence for Che
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Director Steven Soderbergh and actor Benicio Del Toro Sign Autographs for fans at the Press conference for Che

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