Yorkton Short Film Library 199

V307-05
WAITING FOR WHAT
Comedy
3:40
Two guys are waiting for something, but what?
Never mind it’s here.

V082-00
WAITING, THE
Experimental
18:08
Prod. Co.: Charlie Egleston (Photokinetic Arts)
A pocket of time in the stillness of an afternoon
unravels itself layer upon layer, exposing its
painful reality to the young lovers who play out
its tragic conversation.

V121-92-W
WAKE LINDA
Drama
25:00
Prod. Co.: University of B.C.
Based on a true story. A teenage girl stays out
all night in defiance of her parents’ wishes.
Upon returning home she is punished in a
particularly cruel manner – with disastrous
results.

V114-03
WAKE, THE
Drama
22:00
Prod. Co.: BLT Productions
The Wake looks at the compassion and turmoil
of ordinary people, through which they rise to
quiet, yet extraordinary positions in the
community.

V352-96
WALDEN THE STRUGGLE FOR
PRESERVATION
Documentary Under 30 Mins
23:00
Prod. Co.: Fork Productions
Walden Wood is 2000 acres of wilderness 20
miles outside of Boston which has been
threatened by urban encroachment. Made famous
by Henry Thoreau in his book, Walden The
Struggle For Preservation is an exploration of the
problems the woods face today.

V269-01
WALK A MILE: Pgm#3: Discrimination
Multicultural/Race Relations
27:00
Prod. Co.: Knowledge Network
While the discrimination many new immigrants
experience in Canada pales in comparison to the
hardships endured in their countries of origin, many
newcomers continue to encounter prejudicial
treatment, primarily in employment, housing, and
social acceptance. In the episode we explore the
difficulties experienced by several new Canadians.

V115-03
WALK NAKED SINGING
Documentary Social/Political
58:00
Prod. Co.: Elan Productions Ltd.
Walk Naked Singing is about disintegration, time
passing and unfulfilled idealism in a world gone
corporate. In the straightest of times, freedom and
joy may be running for cover but the longing to
walk naked singing will live on.

V147-03
WALK, THE: A Path to Healing
Documentary Social/Political
48:00
Prod. Co.: Mackenzie Delta Films/Big Red Barn
Entertainment
In 1999, the people of Fort Good Hope and Colville
Lake, NWT wanted to reclaim a part of their culture
and tradition. The Walk: A Path to Healing
follows a 100-mile trek that opened the window of
the past in order to heal the present.

V116-99
WALK THE WALK: The Art of Building
Resilience in Youth
Educational/Instructional
20:30
Prod. Co.: Leader Production Services
This 20-minute video discusses strategies to
enhance resilience in young people. Meet three
people who were “at risk” kids, and the adults that
made a difference in their lives. Their stories
illustrate the power of caring and supportive
relationships.

V056-03
WALKING ON BY ……
Animation
04:50
Prod. Co.: Mortadellatv
A dude is going on his way, rain or sun, darkness or
brightness, he continues his way, walking on by.

V267-05
WALKING WITH GHOSTS
Nature/Environment
45:34
Prod. Co.: CBC
This film contains footage of lynx and snowshoe
hares residing in the Yukon’s boreal forest.
Elizabeth Hofer, a biologist, has tracked lynx for
thousands of kilometers.

V260-05
WALLS TALK
Drama
10:00
Prod. Co.: Sully Films
While studying at a laundromat, Julie a local
misfit is abducted and locked into a storage unit
of an apartment building close by.
David and Megan are a young couple who just
moved into the building and are having there
own problems. Late one night David does his
own laundry only to discover other things are at
play.

V421-97
WANTED! DOCTOR ON HORSEBACK
Documentary Over 30 Mins
48:15
Prod. Co.: National Film Board of Canada
When Dr. Mary Percy left civilized England for
the wilds of Northern Alberta, she turned the
clock back a century. Battle River Prairie, had
no roads, no electricity, no services. But black
flies were plentiful, and so was snow!

V376-06-W
WAPOS BAY “There’s No ‘I’ In Hockey”
Children’s Production
24:00
Wapos Bay Productions /National Film Board of
Canada
Set in the small northern community of Wapos
Bay during the annual winter festival, There’s
No “I” In Hockey is a story about 3 young
children who learn about life by learning how to
play hockey and make bannock as a team.

V258-05
WAPOS BAY: There is no “I” in Hockey
Animation
24:00
Prod. Co.: Wapos Bay Productions Inc
Set in the small northern community of Wapos
Bay during the annual winter festival, “There’s
no “I” in Hockey” is a story about three young
children who learn about life by learning how to
play hockey as a team.

V335-05
WAR
Drama
44:00
Prod. Co.: Third Man Pictures
After a group of Canadian soldiers get separated
from their battalion during a German ambush,
they find themselves with no map and no
compass and they easily stray from war. Soon
they realize the battle isn’t against the enemy but
against each other.

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