TEEN SEX: Challenger & Decision
Prod. Co.: Panther Productions
This film is designed to reach teenagers with the
hope of informing them about the perils of
TELEPHONE, THE/Telephone, Le
Prod. Co.: National Film Board of Canada
A one-minute clip intended for kids 9 to 12 but
sure to please adults too!
TÉLÉPHONE CELLULAIRE ET LES
Documentary Short Subject
500 million children use cell phones. There still
is no study showing the harmlessness to
children of the electromagnetic waves from
Prod. Co.: Girls On Film Productions
Nine-year-old Naomi doesn’t get along with her
dad. When her parents send her to stay at her
grandmother’s house, Naomi finds an old brass
telescope which allows her to see into the past
and the future. Naomi sees her father as a little
boy and begins to understand her dad.
Talisman Films and Atlantic Filmmakers
An unflinching portrait of the filmmaker and
her aging father and the many questions
unasked and unanswered between them. ‘Tell
Me’ examines the outward image of a man, as
the filmmaker searches for an inner glimpse.
TELL-A-TALE TOWN: Eps# 53
Prod. Co.: Take Part Productions Ltd.
A live-action educational story-telling series for
kids 4-10. In each program, three stories are
told or sung to an appreciative audience of
children and adults.
TELL-A-TALE TOWN: Eps# 95-024
Prod. Co.: Take Part Productions Ltd.
Tell-A-Tale Town is a fictional place where
singers and storytellers gather. The town
features a Library, General Store and Ice Cream
Parlour. At each location stories are told or
TELLING BOTH SIDES OF THE STORY
Prod. Co.: Chikak Communications
When science and traditional knowledge come
together in Pangnirgurg, Nunavut, the community
learns where the whales go in Cumberland Sound.
Prod. Co.: Omnis Productions
A group of friends hanging out at their local haunt
speculate on the reason behind their friends’ late
arrival. An outrageous comedy illustrating the
“snowball effect” when people let their
imaginations get out of control.
TEMPLE GARDEN 2 STEP, THE
Prod. Co: Last Best West Heritage Projects Inc.
Celebrates youth culture and dance hall traditions in
Sk. Built in Moose Jaw in 1921, the Temple
Garden dance hall soon attained almost legendary
status and became the main place for local
teenagers to go for more than fifty years.
Prod. Co.: Jump Communications/Brandice Films
One Ouija board and some overcooked hors
d’oeuvres spell trouble for Alexis, Owen, Amy and
TEN PHASES OF PARTYING
Prod. Co.: Itty Bitty Films
This is a little film about what happens when you’re
just sitting around drinking with your friends. It
attempts to classify and document the several stages
we go through during the socialization process.
Prod. Co.: Chronicle Pictures
A young delinquent, racked with guilt over a
botched parking lot mugging, tries to flee Halifax
on the next train out of town.
Prod. Co: The Canadian Film Centre
Determined to feel feminine and desired at all costs,
terminal cancer patient Annabelle H. escapes the
hospital for one last night of passion.
TERRI CLARK: Real
Prod. Co.: Voice Pictures Development
Terri Clark: Real is a one-hour performing
arts/documentary special featuring the awardwinning
country music artist reflecting on her
personal and professional journey to stardom
with solo acoustic performances of songs from
her latest CD “Fearless”.
Prod. Co.: Tested Productions
Silvio, a matinee handsome young guy with a
sweet manner and boundless confidence
discovers that his ex-girlfriend has contracted
the HIV virus. So begins Tested a critically
acclaimed half-hour drama for TV with a look
and feel in a documentary.
Prod. Co.: Aysha Productions Inc.
Thai Girls, is a rare, first-hand look inside the
international export of Asian sex slaves to
Canada, told through the experiences of two
prostitutes and their families back in Thailand.
The film investigates the sex trade and the
THAT’S A GOOD QUESTION: A Video
About Teen Pregnancy
Prod. Co.: Vicom Multimedia Inc.
Parenting teens answer questions about being
pregnant in a frank and honest way.
A Digital Camera Photographed with a Film Camera
It’s become a reflex action now. Every time I put some film in an old camera, I take a couple of shots of my digital for reasons of irony, as well as for testing.
This was one of the first shots I took with my Canon EOS 1000FN with the crappy kit lens. As I’ve written elsewhere, I’m not very impressed with the results. The camera body of the Canon is fine (lightweight and comfortable to hold) with a good range of functions, but the picture quality is no better than a cheap point n’ shoot. With a prime lens I’m sure it would be fine, but I simply can’t justify the expense of buying one.
The Fujifilm Finepix s5800 in the photo still gets plenty of use, but I’m definitely leaning towards using 35mm for most of my snapshots.
The print of this image is significantly milkier than this scan. Not sure why.
Camera: Canon EOS 1000FN
Lens: Canon EF 35-80mm 1:4-5.6 III
Film: Kodak Gold, ISO 200, expired 11/08.
Scan: Canoscan 8400F @ 600dpi.