WIFE OF BATH, THE
Prod. Co.: TVOntario
Professor Allan Gedalaf and Michael Moore
examine the character of Dame Alisoun, the wife
of Bath, in Chaucer’s ‘The Canterbury Tales’.
WILD HORSES, UNCONQUERED
Prod. Co: Omni Film Productions Ltd.
Wild horses that roam BC’s Nemiah Valley and
Brittany Triangle symbolizes a fight for their
Prod. Co.: Recap Productions Inc.
In this episode, we’ll see the treatment and
release of a Virginia Opossum, and a tense
skunk rescue. We’ll also see Sabira the lion in
her new pen and follow some injured kestrals
through their rehabilitation.
Prod. Co.: Y’utthe Askiy Productions Inc.
In and along the lakes and water ways of the La
Ronge area of Northern Saskatchewan some of
the best organic wild rice is grown and
harvested. Acclaimed on the international market
for its consistent quality, Northern Lights Wild
Rice is an international leader in the certified
organic wild rice field.
Prod. Co: Evergon Arts
Wildflower is an affectionate parable of despair,
love, redemption and ants. Two characters, one
ancient, and one as young as youth itself,
discover that it’s the little things that can make
all the difference.
Prod. Co.: Winnipeg Film Group/Matthew
Set during the Energy Crisis of 1970’s
Manitoba, Wildlands is a dramatic comedy
about modern day pioneers. It is a wry
observation of the rise and fall of a man’s ideals,
and the residual effect on his daughter.
WILDWOOD: One Tree At A Time
Documentary Over 30 Mins
Prod. Co.: Inside Edge Communications Inc.
Wildwood is the intimate portrait of a gentle
man whose become both a celebrity and a
convict for his opposition to clear-cut logging.
He began selectively logging his first over 50
years ago, and still maintains part of his living
from this today.
WILL YOU REMEMBER ME
Prod. Co.: Red Motel Pictures
In a very lyrical way, with attention placed on
detail and composition, movement and time,
Jeth Weinrich uses images to bring out in an
emotional way, the feeling that “we’re all
somebody who wants to be remembered.”
Prod. Co.: Canadian Film Centre
Neglectful parents, a jealous only child, and a
spoiled cat bring new meaning to sibling rivalry.
WILLIAM SHATNER LENT ME HIS
HAIR PIECE: An Untrue Story
Prod. Co.: Fresh Hell Pictures
An obsessed STAR TREK fan (Hegan) battles
“William Shatner” (Gary Jones) for control of
Shatner’s alluring yet addictive wig. A hilarious
parody of the original STAR TREK TV series.
Documentary Under 30 Mins (Int)
Prod. Co.: CAAMA Productions Pty Ltd.
Willigan’s Fitzroy takes us to the small
aboriginal community of Fitzroy Crossing in
Western Australia. Through the eyes of the
local aboriginal Employment Co-ordinator Joe
Ross, we take an informal journey into the
world of Bunaba tribe, their lives, their culture
and the modern infrastructures they are
developing to make their community both
financially and culturally viable.
Prod. Co.: Delaco Productions/Kat Lanteigne
Surrealistically set in the 1950’s, Wilma’s Sacrifice
tells the tale of young Wilma’s romantic escapades
and her struggle to escape the town of Eden and her
religiously obscure family.
WIND OVER DARK TICKLE
Prod. Co.: Companian Films
Wind Over Dark Tickle, based on the book
written by well-known children’s performers
Heather Walter and Eric West, follows the quest of
a young Newfoundland boy in finding the answer to
a critical question: where have the fish all gone?
Young Lucas is down on his luck before his
Grandma gives him a special birthday gift – an
ancient text on the art of Feng Shui. Will the gift
change his life for the better?
WINDOW ON REENA
Prod. Co.: Peter I. Horton Communications Ltd.
This video introduces and highlights the
accomplishments of Reena, an agency that serves
people with developmental handicaps.
WINDOWS TO THE PAST
Prod. Co.: Big Star Motion Pictures Ltd.
The story of a woman who returns to her birth place
and is revisited by fond memories of her father who
WINDS OF MEMORY
Documentary Over 30 Mins
Prod. Co.: Alter Cine Inc.
WINGS OF A BUTTERFLY
Prod. Co.: Associated Producers
Wings of a Butterfly is a moving portrait of the
United Jewish Appeal and the projects and people it
supports. The flap of a butterfly’s wing, which can
cause breathtaking atmospheric change, is used
metaphorically to express the far-reaching impact of
giving to the UJA.