Yorkton Short Film Library 33

Cosplay film portraits at Con-Nichiwa
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Film portraits with the Eximus Wide & Slim and Ilford Delta 3200 at the Con-Nichiwa cosplay convention in Tucson, Arizona, 2010.

V168-02
CHRIS HADFIELD: Cornfield to Cosmos
Science/Nature
42:00
Prod. Co.: CBC
A profile of astronaut, Chris Hadfield, an Ontario
farm boy who, in April, 2001, became the first
Canadian to walk in space. The documentary takes
a behind-the-scenes look at his lifelong journey and
passion to work and travel in space.

IV016-01
CHRISTIE’S STORY
Documentary Over 30 Mins (Int)
52:13
Prod. Co.: Carlton Television
In December 1997, Christie Martin weighed 511
pounds. Warned she couldn’t survive at that
weight, she underwent a radical stomach bypass
operation. Now weighing 161 pounds, Christie’s
appearance has been transformed, but, as she has
discovered, unhappiness cannot be cut away with a
scalpel.

V068-02-W
CHRISTMAS AT WAPOS BAY
Children/Youth Production
47:50
Prod. Co.: Dark Thunder Productions
Christmas at Wapos Bay – Three aboriginal
children discover that life on the trap line is not as
easy as it sounds as they set out to save Christmas
by putting their traditional skills to the test.

V037-03
CHRISTMAS ORANGE, THE
Animation
22:00
Prod. Co.: Bardel Entertainment Inc.
When young Anton Stingley, who was born on
Christmas Day, awakes on Christmas morning to
find that instead of the 600 toys he has requested,
his gift from Santa is one single, simple orange, he
is outraged! There is only one thing to do – sue
Santa!

V177-01
CHRISTOPHER CHANGES HIS NAME
Children/Youth Production
06:23
Prod. Co.: National Film Board of Canada
Christopher hates his name — it’s just too common!
When Aunt Gail from Trinidad tells him a story
about a larger-than-life character called Tiger,
Christopher changes his name to Tiger.

V266-02
CHRISTOPHER, PLEASE CLEAN UP YOUR
ROOM!
Animation
06:58
Prod. Co.: National Film Board of Canada
Christopher is a terrific kid. He’s cool, he’s nice and
he’s smart. But he has one big problem … he’s
messy! His shoes smell funky, his fish bowl stinks
… even the cockroaches can’t stand it. Together,
the fish and the roaches hatch a plan that will
change Christopher’s life – and his cleaning habit
- forever.

V293-03
CHRISTOPHER PLUMMER: A Man for All
Stages
Performing Arts/Entertainment
42:00
Prod. Co.: GAPC Entertainment Inc.
In a career that spans more than half a century,
Christopher Plummer has played a thousand
parts – from Shakespeare to Broadway, from
radio to television to Hollywood. This engaging
biography explores the many stages of his
extraordinary life.

IV013-01-W
CHROMIUM HOOK, THE
Drama
36:00
Prod. Co.: Channel Z
An urgent news bulletin warns a young couple,
parked at passion point, that a one armed lunatic
has just escaped from the insane asylum. Tires
squeal. A loud thud and a blood curdling howl
is heard.

V155-00
CHRONIQUE DE FIN DE MILLENAIRE
De L’Idee De L’Homme A L’Idee Du Monde
Performing Arts/Entertainment
60:00
Prod. Co.: Societe Radio-Canada
Man discovers that he is not the center of the
universe, and discovers new worlds at the cost of
some of his beliefs. Academic and literary
classics, such as Montaigne, Galileo,
Shakespeare and Descartes are brought to life.

V186-05
CHURCH IN TWO WORLDS, A
Documentary Social/Political
43:50
Prod. Co.: 4 Square Productions Canada Ltd.
This documentary is about a miracle – the
survival of the Ukrainian Greek-Catholic church
after decades of suppression during the Soviet
regime. It’s the story of Canadian-Ukrainians
who were determined that the faith of their
forefathers would flourish. The documentary
traces the troubled history of the religion by
examining the history of one small church in the
tiny town of Markoka.

V233-04
CIEL DU 60IEME PARALLELE, LE
Aboriginal
24:20
Prod. Co: Productions Roch Brunette
The Sky at the 60th Parallel is just a glimpse of
the great north where Steven and Michel, pilots,
face daily challenges. It is an occasion for
Steven to learn more from his mentor.

V236-99
CIGARETTE
Documentary Social/Political
50:03
Prod. Co.: National Film Board of Canada
This film is an ode to the cigarette, ignoring
political correctness, and takes aim, with
humour and depth, at stereotypes. In a society
where health is gold, this film-essay tries to
restore to favour, the smoker.

V010-98
CINECLIP QUEBEC
Comedy
08:45
Prod. Co.: Paul Cummins
A host introduces a behind-the-scenes look at
movie making. The first part is a conversation
between a director and his casting agent, the
second part is a series of people auditioning for
a part in a movie.

V264-93
CIRCLE OF FEAR
Drama
24:00
Prod. Co.: Bright Boy Production
A look at “swarming”, the phenomenon
whereby teenage gangs intimidate, attack, and
beat up on innocent individuals for excitement
and kicks. This story shows three boys–one
who refuses to join, another who joins to belong
and a victim of a group.

V003-05
CIRCLE OF JUSTICE
Documentary Social/Political
50:46
Prod. Co.: Circle of Justice Productions Ltd.
The stories of Aboriginal offenders unfold
within the walls of a federal penitentiary as
Robert, David and George struggle with issues
of mercy and healing within a man-made
institution designed to deter and punish.

V035-03
CIRCLE OF LONELY HEARTS
Documentary Social/Political
48:45
Prod. Co.: Pacific Television & Film
Circle of Lonely Hearts is the heart-wrenching
story of a young woman trying to stay alive on
the streets of Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside.

Cosplay film portraits at Con-Nichiwa
film

Film portraits with the Eximus Wide & Slim and Ilford Delta 3200 at the Con-Nichiwa cosplay convention in Tucson, Arizona, 2010.

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