Yorkton Short Film Library 81

CFC Actors Conservatory Showcase 6
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Kevin MacDonald and Harmon Walsh.

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V153-05
HOTEL BABYLON
Drama
60:00
Prod. Co.: Hotel Babylon Productions Inc.
The late shift employees at Winnipeg’s Hotel
Zebulon (known as “The Babylon”) are skilled
professionals from overseas, reduced as new
immigrants to working menial jobs. But in this
hour-long drama – one of the winning projects from
VisionTV’s Cultural Diversity Drama Competition
– they are drawn into events that will put their
former talents to the test. Awaovieyi Agie (Tears of
the Sun) stars as Azu, a former police inspector who
investigates a mystery involving a dead actress, her
manager, a missing bracelet and a stuffed dog. Soo
Garay, Brenda Kamino and Rishma Liv Malik also
star.

V240-02
HOUSE LOVE IS BUILDING, THE: Cover
Models
Documentary Short Subject
24:00
Prod. Co.: Great North Productions
Seven-year-olds spur on an entire community to
raise funds and build a special needs home for their
newly quadriplegic classmate; and life imitates art
as a romance writer marries her swashbuckling
knight, who like she, poses for romance novel
covers.

V199-98
HOUSE OF DREAMS
Documentary Social/Political
43:30
Prod. Co.: Productions Grand Nord Quebec Inc.
In much the same way that the negative of a
photograph captures an image, so the former sweat
shop, Grover Mills, gives us a detailed close-up of
North American values in the Nineties.

V212-02
HOUSE ONTARIO
Commercials
00:30
Prod. Co.: Rogers Productions
To educate customers on all the different services
Rogers Cable provides under one roof – from
digital to high speed.

V232-05
HOW COME YOU WALK FUNNY?
Documentary Social/Political
46:30
Prod. Co.: Symmetree Media
Enter a kindergarten that will revolutionize the
way you think about disability and education.
Watch a rambunctious class of 4 to 6 year-olds
discover the common ground that unites them.
And witness the challenges of their parents and
teachers as they try to extend inclusion beyond
the classroom.

V211-99
HOW DO THEY…BRAID ROPE?
Educational/Instructional
04:08
Prod. Co.: National Film Board of Canada
No matter how large the finished rope, the ropemaking
process always begins with the thinnest
of fibres.

V213-99
HOW DO THEY…KNIT A CHAIN-LINK
FENCE?
Educational/Instructional
03:39
Prod. Co.: National Film Board of Canada
How Do They…Knit a Chain-Link Fence? is a
fascinating visual voyage, revealing what lies
behind the fences many children see around their
school yards every day.

V214-99
HOW DO THEY…MAKE POTATO CHIPS?
Educational/Instructional
04:17
Prod. Co.: National Film Board of Canada
Almost every child loves to eat potato chips.
And they’ll love to learn how they’re made. (Bet
you can’t watch this video just once!)

V212-99
HOW DO THEY…PUT THE CENTERS IN
CHOCOLATES?
Educational/Instructional
04:47
Prod. Co.: National Film Board of Canada
How Do They…Put the Centers in
Chocolates? takes us on a visit to the factory to
see the nuts and bolts (and cocoa!) of how these
sweet treats are made.

V001-00
HOW MUCH FOR A HALF KILO?
Drama
19:00
Prod. Co.: Cheeky Wee Monkey Films
A young writer is forced to make changes to his
masterpiece in order to sell it. With every
change he makes, he loses a piece of himself -
literally.

V034-03
HOW THE FIDDLE FLOWS
Documentary History
48:00
Prod. Co.: Streaming Fiddles Media/National
Film Board of Canada
From the Gaspe Peninsula, north to Hudson
Bay, and west to the Prairies, How The Fiddle
Flows reveals how a distinctive Metis identity
and culture were shaped over time.

V321-01
HOW THE WEST WAS WON
Experimental
04:00
Prod. Co.: A Logan Parkinson Production
This film is an attempt to express through
images of the last 400 years of North American
history. The four sections represent different
time periods. The film centres on the theme of
destruction.

V381-03
HOW TO
Commercials
00:30
Prod. Co.: Partners in Motion
How To was one of several commercials
created for SaskPower to promote safety
awareness in the province. The spots were
produced in conjunction with MGM
Communications.

V169-00
HOW TO EAT A CAT: The Cartoonist Mike
Constable
Documentary Social/Political
39:30
Prod. Co.: Michael Connolly, Amistad Video
and Film
Mike Constable is a rough-hewn, acerbic
character who has survived a hand-to-mouth
existence as a political artist with left-wing
ideals. Now his cartoons are in demand by the
mainstream press and corporate clients and he is
becoming more patronized than ever. Will
success spoil this one-time Communist Party
member?

V097-03
HUBERT REEVES, STAR TELLER
Science/Nature
52:01
Prod. Co.: National Film Board of Canada
Like Reeves himself, this documentary deftly
uses science and humanity as counterpoints.
One could not exist without the other. With his
usual zest, Reeves highlights milestones in the
history of astrophysics, while explaining the
disciplines’ key theories.

V188-04
HUMAN TRIALS: Testing the AIDS Vaccine
Science/Medicine
39:30
Prod. Co: Avanti Pictures Corporation
For three years in Vancouver, a group of gay
men challenged HIV, on behalf of world at risk.
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They are part of the first-ever human trials of an
AIDS vaccine.

CFC Actors Conservatory Showcase 3
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Eli Goree and Alex Paxton-Beesely.

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