Yorkton Short Film Library 135

Film!
film

Lots of film for me to dig into:
(As these get developed, I will add a link to a sample or set or something here)

Fujifilm Superia Reala 100 (expired)
Fujifilm Superia 200
Fujifilm Superia 1600
Fujifilm Pro 160S
Ilford XP2 Super 400 *
Kodak BW400CN
Kodak Gold 200
Kodak Elitechrome 100 (expired)
Kodak Portra 160VC (expired) *
Kodak Portra 160
Kodak Portra 160

Not pictured: 3 rolls of Memories 200 (99cent Only Store Film)

*Sketchynee has her name already written on two of them.

V327-97
PARENTS ARE TEACHERS TOO! (Cantonese)
Multicultural/Race Relations
16:43
Prod. Co.: Vancouver School Board
Parents are Teachers Too! is one of a series
designed to encourage parents to get involved in
their children’s education. Each version is tailored
to respond to the needs and interests of each
audience group. This video is for Cantonese
speaking parents.

V339-98
PARENTS ARE TEACHERS TOO!
(Vietnamese)
Multicultural/Race Relations
14:30
Prod. Co.: Production Magic
Vietnamese parents share their experiences working
with their children at home and at school.

V011-06
PARI, LE (THE WAGER)
Drama
21:00
Jocelyn Forgues
At their father’s bedside, a woman and her brother,
with distinctive personal motives, are torn at the
idea of losing a loved one. In spite of a stranger’s
incredible offer, only the grandson will have
enough faith to dare take the wager.

V240-95
PARIS CREW
Drama
23:34
Prod. Co.: Paris Crew Production Ltd
The true story of 3 fishermen and one lumberjack
from New Brunswick, who represented Canada at
the Rowing Championship in Paris, 1867. Despite
insurmountable obstacles and personal differences,
the Canadian team triumphed as “The Paris Crew”.

V030-06
PARIS STORIES: The Writing of Mavis Gallant
Documentary Arts/Culture
48:00
Make Believe Media
‘Paris Stories: The Writing of Mavis Gallant’
presents selected texts from Madame Gallant’s
collections, introducing viewers to recurring
themes, characters and the compact eloquence of
her writing. While literary figures such as Margaret
Atwood, Russell Banks, Robert Fulford and
Douglas Gibson speak about this great author and
her influence, many Canadians have never heard of
her.

V230-04
PARK PLEASURES
Comedy
05:00
Prod. Co: Concoctions Unlimited Pictures
It’s a slice of life. What all men do and all
women have to deal with.

V196-02
PARKWOOD HILLS
Drama
34:00
Prod. Co.: Casa Grande Productions
Ashley Bennett and her two friends are
babysitting at a neighbourhood house. After the
power goes out and her friends disappear, she
begins to think that her teacher is in the house
with her.

V348-97
PAROLE EN JEU
Documentary Over 30 Mins
52:00
Prod. Co.: Mediatique Inc.
Three youths inherit an abandoned theatre.
Parole En Jeu is the playing field for nine
French script writers from Ontario.

V159-06
PARTING GIFT, THE
Drama
20:00
Farthest Star Studios
When Theo’s winnings fall short on the nation’s
biggest game show he is sent packing with a
lifetime’s supply of green peas. In desperation,
Theo sets out on a quest for take-out Chinese
food and ends up discovering his true fortune.

V210-03
PASSAGE
Documentary General Subject
39:50
Prod. Co.: Shanda Productions
This is the story of France, a Quebec-born
quadriplegic dancer who explores the rich
language of integrated dance with an
able-bodied British dancer. This film explores
what happens when we must be re-invented to
continue our journey.

V212-05
PASSCHENDAELE
Documentary History
47:00
Prod. Co.: Barna-Alper Productions
Over a quarter of a million Allied soldiers died
fighting for Passchendaele, a tiny Belgian town,
and the following spring it was surrendered back
to the Germans in just three days. To this day the
battle remains the hallmark for all that is horrific
and futile in warfare.

V423-02
PASSENGER (by Maria Antonakos)
Music Video
03:00
Prod. Co.: Paulus Film Group
Maria sails on the ship of life with the
Passengers of the world.

V283-96
PASSERBY, THE
Documentary Over 30 Mins
57:40
Prod. Co.: National Film Board of Canada
V026-96
PASSING LANE
Comedy
16:58
Prod. Co.: Sandra Sawatzky
A young girl has an epiphany in the rubber boot
department of the bargain basement of The
Hudson Bay in 1971.

V429-02
PAST PRESENT
Performing Arts/Entertainment
15:00
Prod. Co.: Yes I Do Films
One summer night in the year 2001 an electric
phenomenon occurs and an aboriginal man from
3000 B.C. appears in Ian Keller’s back yard and
simultaneously, Keller appears to the aboriginal
native as he treks through his desert homeland.

V296-98-W
PATE CHINOIS
Documentary General Subject
52:00
Prod. Co.: National Film Board of Canada
“No matter where you go, there will always be a
Chinese restaurant.” A young, often indiscreet
industrial spy sent on a mission by a Hong
Kong entrepreneur desperate to emigrate to
Canada, seeks the best Chinese restaurant.

V266-93
PATH AHEAD
Documentary Over 30 Mins
52:00
Prod. Co.: Breakthrough Films
A documentary about native communities
working with non-natives to save the
environment, yet avoiding sensationalism. The
program also shows a deepening trust and
mutual respect developing between the Mohawk
Indian and the non-native wildlife expert.

V225-96
PATRICK: His Life His Legend
Documentary Over 30 Mins
48:00
Prod. Co.: Studio Post
Shot in England, Ireland and Wales, this onehour
documentary special takes us back to the
fifth century and beyond, to times of pagan
sacrifice, marauding invaders and sweeping
religious change. The St. Patrick legend is
exposed.
160

Film is Captured Forever
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“Photography is a way of feeling, of touching, of loving. What you have caught on film is captured forever… it remembers little things, long after you have forgotten everything.”

~Aaron Siskind

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I love film but i wish it was cheap to develop them so I’m buying a film scanner.

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