Yorkton Short Film Library 169

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We’re well into moving house. As well as all of the books on the shelves, all but one of those cartons contains them.

‘Every Picture Tells A Story’ for the June 2011 Monthly Scavenger Hunt.

V383-94
SOBEYS
Commercials
00:30
Prod. Co.: Citadel Communications
Close-up shots of food set to music.

V152-03
SOCKEYE RUN
Documentary Short Subject
26:00
Prod. Co.: Guillaume Paquin-Boutin
Sockeye Run explores the rhythm of life aboard
the Queen’s Reach, a salmon fishing seiner on
British Columbia’s north coast. The film
provides a personal portrait of the ship’s five
crew members as they toil against time and the
elements.

V037-06-W
SOFERET: A Special Scribe
Documentary Biography
53:36
Reel Time Images Inc.
‘Soferet: A Special Scribe’ is a documentary
about a Vancouver artist and calligrapher who is
the first woman to scribe a Torah scroll. A
tradition, thousands of years old that began half
a world away, is being challenged by this young
woman from Canada.

V096-01
SOLA
Performing Arts/Entertainment
24:00
Prod. Co.: King Arthur Productions Inc.
Sola is a trilogy of provocative and acclaimed
contemporary solo dance pieces which follow
the journey of transformation through various
states of being and levels of consciousness
towards the path to enlightenment.

V110-02
SOLDIER BOYS
Documentary Social/Political
52:00
Prod. Co.: Paradox Productions
Through the journey of Paska Otto, a former
child soldier, back to her homeland in Northern
Uganda, Soldier Boys reveals the horrific stories
of three Ugandan boys kidnapped from their
families to fight in Joseph Kony’s Lord’s
Resistance Army.

V133-00
SOLDIER’S VOICE, A
Documentary General Subject
45:00
Prod. Co.: Partners in Motion
A Soldiers Voice is a one-hour documentary
that allows our aging Canadian veterans to speak
for themselves. Eleven veterans who served
during WW1 reveal their experiences of
enlisting, training and fighting overseas
including the friends and family they left behind.
They will speak about their darkest moments and
the horror of being in the heat of the great war.

V259-05
SOLDIERS FOR THE STREET
Multicultural
11:09
Prod. Co.: National Film Board of Canada
Through their philosophy of Black selfempowerment
and political awareness, a group
of young African-Canadians take their positive
activism to the streets of their marginalised
community.

V186-99
SOLID 2 LIQUID
Experimental
12:30
Prod. Co.: Canadore College
The three scenes in Solid 2 Liquid show Mr.
Bojangles before, during, and after a blackout.
The theme is how we remember events, and
how they actually happened. Mr. Bojangles has
no clue.

V293-04
SOLO
Documentary Social/Political
54:00
Prod. Co: NFB
SOLO celebrates one gay man’s creative journey
to self-realization-with or without Mr. Perfect.

V038-98
SOMBRIO
Drama
13:10
Prod. Co.: Sub-Level 3 Productions Ltd.
The relationship between a mother and daughter
develops when the girl looks through an old
photo album in which the pictures come to life.

V145-05
SOME KIND OF SPACE
Drama
08:37
Prod. Co.: boyana balta/slow talker films
Chantelle, a crystal addict, is haunted by voices
who tell her that her boyfriend is cheating on
her. In an attempt to “catch him” in the act,
Chantelle breaks into his apartment and is
confronted by the woman who lives there.

V251-03
SOME LUCKY BASTARD
Comedy
22:00
Prod. Co.: Page 88 Productions
Chris Miller is given a task that affords him the
opportunity to talk to co-worker Tanya Nichols
twice a week. But when she unexpectedly asks
him out to dinner one day, the financially
strapped Chris is forced to make a decision that
could cost him.

V361-95
SOMEHOW I KNEW IT WAS ACTUALLY
WAITING FOR ME
Experimental
12:00
Prod. Co.: EM/Media Gallery/Production
Society
Household appliances are metamorphosed into
marionettes in a perilous tale of tabloid topics
such as UFO’s, the Bermuda Triangle and Ghost.
With colourful visuals and a lively soundtrack, this
piece uses humour and fantasy to re-examine these
issues.

V417-97
SOMEONE TO TALK TO
Documentary Under 30 Mins
27:03
Prod. Co.: National Film Board of Canada
To teenagers, teacher and guidance counsellors can
sometimes seen distant or uncaring. the thought of
confiding, even to friends, can be terrifying. Enter
peer helpers. Trained student volunteers lend an
understanding ear to teens facing personal
problems.

V276-02
SOMETHING IN THE AIR
Science/Nature
24:50
Prod. Co.: National Film Board of Canada
Prince Edward Island is often viewed as a paradise,
a safe haven from the ills of the industrialized
world. It does seem that way, but its verdant fields
harbour toxins as invisible as they are dangerous.
PEI has the highest rate of hospital admissions for
asthma of all Canadian provinces. Pure chance,
allergies, or something more sinister?

V150-96
SOMETHING SO BIG: Teenagers & Cancer
Industrial/Promotional
13:11
Prod. Co.: The Caber Production Company
This is a positive message from eight adolescents
about their experience with cancer, discussing
diagnosis, treatments and the impact of their cancer
on family and friends.

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