Yorkton Short Film Library 3

Film strips on my light table (6×6)
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This image is now available as a custom print from the original negative. Framed or unframed. Please contact me via flickr if you’re interested!

Uncut rolls of slide and negative film on my light table at home. Shot with Bronica S2A. Mostly Fuji Provia, but the damaged roll of B&W negative film at the top (long story) is 35mm T-Max 400.

V251-05
902, THE
Documentary Point of View
46:00
Prod. Co.: Creative Atlantic Communications
Ltd.
An examination of hiphop in Nova Scotia, not only as music but as a legitimate culture. The
featured artists in this film have one thing in
common they believe that mainstream hiphop has
gone to hell, and the solution is to stick to basic
principles.

V074-95
A FOR EFFORT
Community Cable
40:36
Prod. Co.: Maclean Hunter Cable Television
This film looks at what a classroom and teacher
mean to today’s parents and students. No boring
details on curriculum or political posturing by
administrators…just the basic elements of
schooling: student, teacher and parent.

V439-03
AB OVO
Drama
05:32
Prod. Co.: A Lucid Dream Strategy
A young mother raises a boy alone, after the death
of her partner. Watching over her son during a walk
by the sea, she wonders if he can lack a father he
never knew. Director Williams narrates this lyrical
semi-autobiographical work.

V267-95
ABBY, I HARDLY KNEW YA
Documentary Over 30 Mins
57:00
Prod. Co.: Investigative Productions Inc.
This is an unflinching personal, haunting film about
a daughter’s search for her derelict father. A mix of
cinema verite and impressionism, this film
documents a life lived on skid row.

IV008-01
ABC’S OF FOOTBALL, THE
Documentary Under 30 Mins (Int)
25:00
This film depicts the Israeli society as reflected
through the behaviour of football fans.

V414-02
ABORIGINAL ATHLETES
Documentary General Subject
22:00
Prod. Co.: Y’utthe Askiy Productions Inc.
Two athletes from Northern Saskatchewan prepare
for the First Nations Summer Games and through
the process are wrapped in the expectations of their
Cree parents and mentor. Traditions, values and a
desire for competition.
V030-01
ABOUT FACE
Animation
05:40
Prod. Co.: Independently Produced/M Cherenko
An animation about getting ready to face another
day, another dragon, another dance.

V102-04
ABSENCE OF EMILY, THE
Comedy
24:22
Prod. Co: Sideview Productions Inc.
Emily has been on vacation for several weeks.
At least that’s what her husband has been telling
people. But given that no one else has heard
from her, Emily’s meddling cousin suspects a far
darker reason for her absence.

V129-06-W
ACADIEMAN
Animation
27:30
Télévision Rogers
As the first Acadian superhero, ‘Acadieman’
doesn’t wear tights, doesn’t have superpowers,
but does have a gut. After spending his
childhood in the woods, he moved to Moncton
where he is still discovering what’s happening
around and about.

V051-96
ACCESS DENIED
Multicultural
45:00
Prod. Co.: ShadowCatcher Productions
the experiences of foreign trained professionals
in trying to get a license to practise their
profession. Is there personal loss and loss to
society as a whole, when licensing bodies in the
name of maintaining standards are possibly
acting as gate keeper.
V209-00
ACCIDENTS
Drama
9:5
Prod. Co.: Cory Lussier
A newspaper photographer becomes overzealous
when business gets slow.

V365-05
ACCORDÉON/ACCORDION
Animation
06:13
Prod. Co.: NFB
Accordion draws its energy from the clash of our
different urges and conveys sexual attraction and
the search for love.
V324-01
ACE IN THE HOLE: Coffee, The Y, The Job
Comedy
16:00
Prod. Co.: Edward Mowbray
Ace in the Hole is an Internet-based webisodic
series that follows the trials and tribulations of
Ace – a late 20’s, single, urban gay man. It’s a
look at everyday happenings and mores rarely
seen or talked about in dramatic or comedic
format.

V827-92-W
ACID ASSAULT
Science/Nature
19:15
Prod. Co.: TV Ontario
Acid Assault explains the formation, chemical
nature and effects of acid rain on biota.
V090-04
ACIDOSE LACTIQUE
Science/Medicine
11:48
Prod. Co: Société Radio-Canada et Adisq
Long awaited, the genetic problem of lactic
acidossis has been recognized. To the great
despair of many Saguenay-Lac. Saint Jean
people, one person in 23 carry this gene. Three
teams of researchers, each using a different
method have isolated the gene. This opens the
door to tracking and dealing with the problem.

V392-96
ACORN: The Nature Nut
Science/Nature
23:43
Prod. Co.: Evergreen Program Developments
Acorn: The Nature Nut is a science/nature
show hosted by John Acorn and features an
assortment of snakes, bees, dinosaurs and even
big, wet rodents. Episodes are shot on location
in Edmonton & around Alberta.
V236-01
ACROBATIC SEX CULT, THE
Drama
18:00
Prod. Co.: Neophyte Productions
Twenty-some things, Karynn and Simon are
struggling with the repercussions of their
decision to bring sex into their friendship.

V049-06
ADAM GRENIER: Hockey Player
Documentary Short Subject
01:00
Sheldon Norton
Adam Grenier is a boy with special needs who
plays “special hockey”. Adam makes analogies
to chess, talks about winning and concludes that
“Hockey is Hockey”.

IV002-02
ADDICTION
Drama
16:00
Prod. Co.: Adam Scott Bellow
The film is a look at six different dependencies
that control the lives of the varied characters in
a very similar way.

Coffee Shot on Film
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While the coffee was not exactly outstanding, I love the lines projected by the blinds. Shot on a Mamiya 645af medium format film camera and Kodak Portra 800 film.

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