Yorkton Short Film Library 165

Actor Stephen Williams
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Actor Stephen Williams is best known for playing Captain Adam Fuller on the tv show "21 Jump Street". Has done a number of television and movie roles such as Cooley High, Corrina, Corrina, Jason Goes to Hell, Doctor Detroit, The Blues Brothers and others.

Universal Studios Hollywood (CityWalk). I went to support the book signing and launch party for my new friend and author Peter Bracke’s new book entitled, Crystal Lake Memories: The Complete History of Friday the 13th.

For those of you who don’t know, I starred in Friday the 13th Part 5 when I was around 14. It was the one right after "The Final Chapter".

Anyway, the event was sponsored by New Line Cinema and was quite fun. I usually don’t get out much so it was a real treat for me. I got to finally meet Peter, get my signed booked, and find out what he wrote about me!

V090-02
SHERATON VANCOUVER WALL
CENTRE HOTEL: The Art Of A Fine Hotel
Industrial/Promotional
03:33
Prod. Co.: Sheraton Vancouver Wall Centre
Hotel
This video was produced to recognize and
promote the luxuries and conveniences of the
Sheraton Vancouver Wall Centre Hotel. It
represents the visual atmosphere and general
ambience while describing the popular features
of the hotel facilities.

V335-95
SHERRI
Documentary Under 30 Mins
22:34
Prod. Co.: Prisma-Light Ltd.
This documentary profiles one special 9-year-old
girl who lives her life with grace and generosity,
despite living with a life-threatening illness.

V019-02
SHERWOOD’S FOREST: Profile of a
Moving Image
Documentary Short Subject
08:03
Prod. Co.: Vancouver Film School
Sherwood’s Forest, A Profile Of A Moving
Image, introduces us to the head pharmacist at
the Celluloid Drugstore.

V033-98-W
SHIFT
Drama
21:20
Prod. Co.: Canadian Film Centre
A middle-of-nowhere motel provides the
backdrop for a young woman’s sexual
awakening and her mother’s flight from a
troubled marriage.
V248-02
SHINNY
Documentary General Subject
55:00
Prod. Co.: National Film Board of Canada
It’s played in lanes and schoolyards, on city
streets and frozen ponds. It even shows up on
rinks where “real” hockey games are played.
Shinny is reflected in Canadian literature,
songs, even the ads we see on TV. It’s
ingrained in our culture and is part of Canada’s
soul. This film takes a loving look at the impact
of shinny hockey on Canadians, present and
past.

V346-05-W
SHIPBREAKERS
Nature/Environment
45:54
Prod. Co.: Storyline Entertainment, NFB
Shipbreakers takes the viewer into the heart of
Alang, India, a vibrant shant-town where
40,000 people live and work – in the most
primitive conditions. Mittu, newest recruit, lost
a brother to this work and is afraid to tell his
parents of his plans.

V216-97
SHIPWRECK IN THE SKELETON COAST
Documentary Over 30 Mins
52:00
Prod. Co.: Cinenova Productions
The incredible struggle of a shipwrecked group
of travellers during WWII who survive 19 days
of exposure in Africa’s most hostile and desolate
terrain, until their eventual heroic rescue.

IV041-00
SHIT-THE MOVIE
Documentary Under 30 Mins (Int)
29:30
A documentary about poop.

V249-00
SHOOTER
Drama
14:30
Prod. Co.: Wordsmith Creative
Four paparazzi on a stakeout: before the night is
out, old alliances will be pushed aside by the
only thing that matters: getting the shot.

V302-05
SHOOTERS
Documentary History
48:50
Prod. Co.: James O’Regan
The Canadian Army Film and Photo Unit (CFPU)
was the last such unit formed by the allied armies in
WWII. But, they were the first in scooping the
world on the major events in Europe.

V034-98
SHOOTING INDIANS: A Journey With Jeffrey
Thomas
Multicultural/Race Relations
56:00
Prod. Co.: Peripheral Visions Film & Video Inc.
Spanning over a decade, from 1984-1996, Shooting
Indians is an ironic documentary journey full of
quiet insights and surprising twists.

V156-97
SHOP TIL YOU DROP
Comedy
08:50
Prod. Co.: Ontario College of Art
Shop Til You Drop is an urban gay fable. Pookie
the shopaholic meets a handsome stranger. The
hunk’s claim that he is Death begins to ring true,
and Pookie tries to make a deal with this devil.

V203-06
SHOPPING BAGS, THE: Hot Dogs, Swim
Goggles, Boxing Gloves, Sale Seasons
Lifestyle Programs
22:45
Force Four Entertainment Inc.
The Bags head to the big apple to take a bite out of
the hottest dogs; dive into a challenge to learn
which swimming goggles sink or swim; and enter
the ring to find the best boxing gloves.

V083-03
SHORT HYMN-SILENT WAR
Multicultural/Race Relations
20:07
Prod. Co.: Canadian Film Centre
A pictorial drama that weaves the thoughts and
memories of four African Canadian women whose
lives are altered when gun violence claims the life
of two young men.

V295-04
SHORT INFINITY
Documentary Social/Political
63:00
Prod. Co: NFB
Short Infinity looks at the lives people lead and the
values they hold dear.

V109-06
SHORTEST DREAM, THE
Drama
10.39
Vancouver Film School
Chinatown in New York, 1950, June 24th: Akira
Kudo, a Japanese writer, and So-Rhee Moon, a
young Korean widow, live in neighboring
apartments. With painful memories of war and
friction between two nations, this unlikely pair
shares a forbidden attraction when Akira invites
her over for tea. Their connection builds within
these brief moments only to be challenged by
their difficult reality formed by the ravages of
war and circumstances.

V249-05
SHOULDERS ON A MAP
Experimental
04:30
Prod. Co.: Jason Britski
Shoulders on a Map is a super 8 portrait of the
Canadian Rocky Mountains.

V023-00
SHOWDOWN, THE
Comedy
08:32
Prod. Co.: Lopez Productions
A young boy coming of age. A crazed father
going through a mid-life crisis. When a salt
shaker falls to the ground, a family crisis erupts.
Who will stand their ground?

Roadside Theater Actors perform in Titanic Musical
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Actors perform a musical number while sailing aboard the Titanic during a scene from the Roadside Theater’s production of "Titanic." The two-act musical chronicles the personal lives of passengers and the sinking of the ship in 1912. (Courtesy photo)

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