Yorkton Short Film Library 188

Moving_Jan5_2009
move

Not much time to think outside the box, but just about the boxes.

Putting stuff in boxes means aggregating, boxing your life and moving forward.

Looking back with a nostalgic feeling of happiness and accomplishment.

Looking forward with the excitement of going back home.

V040-98
TOMSON HIGHWAY: Thank You for the
Love You Gave
Documentary General Subject
44:00
Prod. Co.: Cinepro Productions Ltd.
A film on the Cree playwright and musician
Tomson Highway, author of the acclaimed “The
Rez Sisters”, that takes him from his trap line
birth in northern Manitoba to his life today in
urban Toronto.

V199-97
TOP BRASS
Documentary Over 30 Mins
47:50
Prod. Co.: Incandescent Films/Sharper Image
Prod.
The Regina Lions Junior Band, celebrate 50
years of working with young people, is featured.
The band, started by Marion Mossing in her
kitchen during WWII, has a legacy of
excellence, hard work, achievement, and fun — a
legacy recognized internationally.

V306-05
TOPAHDEWIN: The Gladys Cook Story
Documentary Biography
54:39
Prod. Co.: Anglican Video
Topahdedwin: The Gladys Cook Story is filmmaker
Lisa Barry’s celebration of survival, not
just of one woman, but of the little known
history of the Dakota people in Canada and the
U.S.

V075-04-W
TOREADOR
Experimental
04:50
Prod. Co: Jamie Alain
It’s another Saturday night, and another chance
for love. Escamillo is by himself in the men’s
room of his favourite haunt. Outside the
washroom door is a club full of women and this
time, one of them could be his.

V380-06
TORNGAT: Une Expédition
Documentary Nature/Environment
43:57
Radio-Canada
In 2007, Torngat Mountains Provincial Park and
the Koroc River will become a reality. The
objective: protect the territory and especially the
spectacular countryside of Nunavik where the
highest mountain in Quebec is found.

V025-01
TORNGATS: The Hidden Mountains
Science/Nature
52:00
Prod. Co.: Karvonen Films Ltd.
One of Canada’s best-kept secrets is a land
featuring the highest mountains east of the
Rockies, where black bears live like grizzlies
and the world’s largest caribou herd wanders.

V394-94
TORONTO BLUES
Documentary Under 30 Mins
25:00
Prod. Co.: Niagra College
Toronto Blues presents a look at the current
blues scene in Toronto, featuring local
musicians in performances and interview
situations and the sense of community that
results from their love of blues music.

V015-95
TORONTO: Stories From The Life Of A
City (Part 1: York)
Educational/Instructional
23:00
Prod. Co.: Lynx Images Productions
The film covers the period from 1793 to 1834 –
from Colonel and Mrs. Simcoe’s arrival at a
clearing in the wilderness in 1793, through the
precarious growth of the village and town, to
the incorporation of the city in 1834.

V052-00
TOSSING ROCKS
Documentary Short Subject
10:00
Prod. Co.: Vancouver Film School
Ministers, the visually impaired, drag queens,
and the elderly form a tightly knit group of funloving
characters that share a passion for the
sport of Curling. Their lives outside the rink
may consist of many differences but their life
inside the rink is agreeably similar.

V315-04-W
TOTEM: The Return of the G’psgolox
Multicultural
52:00
Prod. Co: NFB
In 1929, the Haisla people returned from a
fishing trip to find a 9-metre-high totem pole,
severed at the base of base and removed from
their village.

V233-05
TOURETTE IS POWERFUL!
Children/Youth Production
09:00
Prod. Co.: Symmetree Media
Tourette is Powerful! is an unscripted, direct
discussion with kids with TS that allows them
to tell their peers what this syndrome is all
about. From tics to teasing, the five children in
this video put a positive spin on their disorder
while being completely honest on how it affects
them. Designed for children 6-10, this video
opens the door to discussions on Tourette
Syndrome and bullying in a classroom setting or in
small groups with friends.

V141-00
TOWARDS A BRIGHTER TOMORROW
Educational/Instructional
15:02
Prod. Co.: Chikak Communications
Featuring interviews with youths and youth workers
from across Manitoba, this program highlights
several strategies that have successfully reduced
youth crime in both urban and northern
communities. The program was developed to
communicate these strategies to a national
audience.

V157-02
TOXIC LEGACIES
Science/Nature
46:00
Prod. Co.: CBC
The Yaqui Valley is one of Mexico’s largest
agricultural areas, providing much of North
America’s fresh fruits and vegetables. It is also
home to neighbouring towns in which children
exhibit significant and disturbing neurological
differences.

V319-05
TOXIC SUITE
Experimental
28:00
Prod. Co.: Gerald Saul
Using hand processed film aesthetics to reflect the
theme of loss of control, Saul investigates the joy
and surprise of fatherhood while simultaneously
dealing with the trauma of surgery. In the end, with
body broken, hope remains in the form of a child.

V070-01
TOY CASTLE, THE
Children/Youth Production
21:30
Prod. Co.: Sound Venture Productions
Every night, just before little Ivy and her brother
Billy go to sleep, they carefully place all their toy
dolls in the toy castle on the table in their bedroom.
There! All is as it should be as both children
snuggle into dreamland. Suddenly, the castle
comes to life.

V008-01
TRA!!IC JAM
Comedy
10:00
Prod. Co.: Michael Capellupo
Behind the wheel of his SUV, Ed Fancy battles his
way home through downtown Toronto traffic as he
also battles his anger at a world out to get him.

Moving Cupcake Box
move

Vanilla cupcakes with coconut buttercream topped with handmade fondant moving theme decorations including a carboard box, a sharpie marker, a box cutter, a pair of scissors with tape, and various box care symbols ordered by a company to thank their employees for helping them move offices.

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Yorkton Short Film Library 188

V040-98
TOMSON HIGHWAY: Thank You for the
Love You Gave
Documentary General Subject
44:00
Prod. Co.: Cinepro Productions Ltd.
A film on the Cree playwright and musician
Tomson Highway, author of the acclaimed “The
Rez Sisters”, that takes him from his trap line
birth in northern Manitoba to his life today in
urban Toronto.

V199-97
TOP BRASS
Documentary Over 30 Mins
47:50
Prod. Co.: Incandescent Films/Sharper Image
Prod.
The Regina Lions Junior Band, celebrate 50
years of working with young people, is featured.
The band, started by Marion Mossing in her
kitchen during WWII, has a legacy of
excellence, hard work, achievement, and fun — a
legacy recognized internationally.

V306-05
TOPAHDEWIN: The Gladys Cook Story
Documentary Biography
54:39
Prod. Co.: Anglican Video
Topahdedwin: The Gladys Cook Story is filmmaker
Lisa Barry’s celebration of survival, not
just of one woman, but of the little known
history of the Dakota people in Canada and the
U.S.

V075-04-W
TOREADOR
Experimental
04:50
Prod. Co: Jamie Alain
It’s another Saturday night, and another chance
for love. Escamillo is by himself in the men’s
room of his favourite haunt. Outside the
washroom door is a club full of women and this
time, one of them could be his.

V380-06
TORNGAT: Une Expédition
Documentary Nature/Environment
43:57
Radio-Canada
In 2007, Torngat Mountains Provincial Park and
the Koroc River will become a reality. The
objective: protect the territory and especially the
spectacular countryside of Nunavik where the
highest mountain in Quebec is found.

V025-01
TORNGATS: The Hidden Mountains
Science/Nature
52:00
Prod. Co.: Karvonen Films Ltd.
One of Canada’s best-kept secrets is a land
featuring the highest mountains east of the
Rockies, where black bears live like grizzlies
and the world’s largest caribou herd wanders.

V394-94
TORONTO BLUES
Documentary Under 30 Mins
25:00
Prod. Co.: Niagra College
Toronto Blues presents a look at the current
blues scene in Toronto, featuring local
musicians in performances and interview
situations and the sense of community that
results from their love of blues music.

V015-95
TORONTO: Stories From The Life Of A
City (Part 1: York)
Educational/Instructional
23:00
Prod. Co.: Lynx Images Productions
The film covers the period from 1793 to 1834 –
from Colonel and Mrs. Simcoe’s arrival at a
clearing in the wilderness in 1793, through the
precarious growth of the village and town, to
the incorporation of the city in 1834.

V052-00
TOSSING ROCKS
Documentary Short Subject
10:00
Prod. Co.: Vancouver Film School
Ministers, the visually impaired, drag queens,
and the elderly form a tightly knit group of funloving
characters that share a passion for the
sport of Curling. Their lives outside the rink
may consist of many differences but their life
inside the rink is agreeably similar.

V315-04-W
TOTEM: The Return of the G’psgolox
Multicultural
52:00
Prod. Co: NFB
In 1929, the Haisla people returned from a
fishing trip to find a 9-metre-high totem pole,
severed at the base of base and removed from
their village.

V233-05
TOURETTE IS POWERFUL!
Children/Youth Production
09:00
Prod. Co.: Symmetree Media
Tourette is Powerful! is an unscripted, direct
discussion with kids with TS that allows them
to tell their peers what this syndrome is all
about. From tics to teasing, the five children in
this video put a positive spin on their disorder
while being completely honest on how it affects
them. Designed for children 6-10, this video
opens the door to discussions on Tourette
Syndrome and bullying in a classroom setting or in
small groups with friends.

V141-00
TOWARDS A BRIGHTER TOMORROW
Educational/Instructional
15:02
Prod. Co.: Chikak Communications
Featuring interviews with youths and youth workers
from across Manitoba, this program highlights
several strategies that have successfully reduced
youth crime in both urban and northern
communities. The program was developed to
communicate these strategies to a national
audience.

V157-02
TOXIC LEGACIES
Science/Nature
46:00
Prod. Co.: CBC
The Yaqui Valley is one of Mexico’s largest
agricultural areas, providing much of North
America’s fresh fruits and vegetables. It is also
home to neighbouring towns in which children
exhibit significant and disturbing neurological
differences.

V319-05
TOXIC SUITE
Experimental
28:00
Prod. Co.: Gerald Saul
Using hand processed film aesthetics to reflect the
theme of loss of control, Saul investigates the joy
and surprise of fatherhood while simultaneously
dealing with the trauma of surgery. In the end, with
body broken, hope remains in the form of a child.

V070-01
TOY CASTLE, THE
Children/Youth Production
21:30
Prod. Co.: Sound Venture Productions
Every night, just before little Ivy and her brother
Billy go to sleep, they carefully place all their toy
dolls in the toy castle on the table in their bedroom.
There! All is as it should be as both children
snuggle into dreamland. Suddenly, the castle
comes to life.

V008-01
TRA!!IC JAM
Comedy
10:00
Prod. Co.: Michael Capellupo
Behind the wheel of his SUV, Ed Fancy battles his
way home through downtown Toronto traffic as he
also battles his anger at a world out to get him.

film night | self portrait
film

This is my first self portrait in nearly two years, can’t believe its been so long! It came about after seeing a photo on flickr a few weeks ago, I just loved the idea and wanted to try for myself; so I got in touch with the photographer toughkidcst to ask if he would mind me recreating the shot, he was a really nice guy and said yes :)

I pretty much used my whole collection to create this shot just over 300 DVD’s and Blu-rays and a couple of hours to set it up. Please feel free to add notes, I would love to hear about everyone else’s favourite films.

I have also been tagged a few times over the last two years, but never had chance to actually do it… so here are 10 things you might not know about me:

1. I love the country but live in the city (Manchester),
2. I spent most of my childhood playing the trading card game Magic the Gathering. They now
sit at home in a box but I refuse to sell them even though I could probably buy the 70-200 f/2.8 lens I really want.
3. I worry about pretty much everything.
4. I don’t like living on my own but strangely really like time to myself.
5. I really enjoy my job and wouldn’t want to do anything else…
6. …but I dream of travelling the world taking photos, and might just do it one day but not as a job.
7. I love a Cat and a dog, luckily they get on.
8. My favourite foods are steak, oreo’s and pineapple (not together).
9. I am a true flickr addict but you probably already new that.
10. My most interesting photo fact is that Rob Ford founder of FWA has one of my photos on the wall of his house!

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View more on my photography portfolio,
or say hi on Twitter :)

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