Documentary films

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6015 willow

Item consists of the film "6015 Willow" directed by Mark Mullane. The film is a story about community, a house, and a very long weekend, and is a musical documentary show in Halifax in 2007. A Snapshot of the city’s indie music scene. Director of Photography: Greg Boone; Edit: Evan Elliot, Paul Hammond; Produced: Paul, Hammond, Jeffrey Parker; Directed by Mark Mullane.

Mullane, Mark

A place of rage

File contains educational material related to the course, "Through Her Eyes: Women and the Documentary Tradition," taught by Sylvia Hamilton.

Educational material includes handwritten notes and biographical notes on documentary filmmaker, Pratibha Parmar,

Advanced television workshop

Series contains educational material related to the course JOUR 5958.09, "Advanced Television Workshop," taught by Sylvia Hamilton at the University of King's College.

All you have is your name

File contains two copies of the handout, "All You Have Is Your Name," used in the Advanced Television Workshop taught by Sylvia Hamilton at the University of King's College.

Articles with annotations

File contains three annotated articles from the Ottawa Citizen, including "Elections Canada investigating 'robocalls' that misled voters."

The articles are related to the course, "Through Her Eyes: Women and the Documentary Tradition," taught by Sylvia Hamilton at Mount Saint Vincent University.

Artist presentation

Item consists of a video recording by Natalie Bookchin entitled "Artist Presentation". The video is a documentation of artist’s presentation on her work utilizing the internet.

Bookchin, Natalie

Background material

File contains background material related the "The Journalist as Documentarian," a course taught by Sylvia Hamilton at the University of King's College.

Documents include copies of presentation slides, annotated presentation slides, assignment instructions, and newspaper clippings from the New York Times.

Background material

File contains textual records related to the course, "The Journalist as Documentarian," taught by Sylvia Hamilton at the University of King's College.

Documents include a list of documentary resources. a calendar of events, and correspondence.

Background material on films

File contains documents related to "The Journalist as Documentarian" course taught by Sylvia Hamilton at the University of King's College.

Documents include handwritten course notes, background information on documentary films, and a Toronto Star newspaper clipping.

Background research material

File contains background research material for the development of the course, "The Journalist as Documentarian," taught by Sylvia Hamilton at the University of King's College. Documents include email correspondence and handwritten research notes.

Beyond pyramids

Item consists of a video recording by Aube Giroux entitled "Beyond Pyramids". The video is a documentary film that investigates the environmental and cultural impacts Egypt's tourism industry.

Giroux, Aube

Black women : we're still standing

Item consists of a collaborative video project produced by black Haligonian women for the Halifax-Jamaica Exchange Program. Through archival photographs, film footage and newspaper clippings the history of the black population of Nova Scotia is recounted. Contemporary poverty and discrimination are shown to have a long history beginning with slavery and broken promises.

Jamaica Women's Exchange Project

Braindamadj’d: Take II

Item consists of a video recording entitled "Braindamadj’d: Take II". The description accompanying the video states: "Paul Nadler, a creative force in the Montreal television industry, suffers a brain injury and is found naked, on the verge of death, on a roadside in Egypt. This film traces the excruciating process of Nadler’s recovery."

Breaking the cycle

Item consists of a video recording by Sobaz Benajmin entitled "Breaking the Cycle". North Preston boasts some of the most gifted singers in Atlantic Canada, if not in Canada. Yet few have been able to capture the international limelight. In this short documentary, it showcases some of the performers from North Preston, the oldest indigenous black community in Canada, who are working to break this cycle. This project was an outreach project organized by Moving Images Group in collaboration with CFAT. The aim was to bring video production to a community. The project was written, shot and directed collectively.

Benjamin, Sobaz

Cabaret up front

Item is a video work created in 1984 of a night performance at Dartmouth’s Treasure Cove Lounge. Camera by Liz MacDougall, sound David Barteaux and editing by Dan Lander. Documented with a single shot, not always the most ideal conditions, and roughlyedited, the overall look of the event is nonetheless quite good.

MacDougall, Liz

Cabaret up front

Item is a video work created in 1984 of a night performance at Dartmouth’s Treasure Cove Lounge. Camera by Liz MacDougall, sound David Barteaux and editing by Dan Lander. Documented with a single shot, not always the most ideal conditions, and roughly edited, the overall look of the event is nonetheless quite good.

Lander, Dan

Canada for Canadians

Item consists of a video recording which was constructed to combat Conservative government propaganda. The video pictures Canada as a strong and proud nation that features interviews with prominent Canadians who state their reservations with the Free Trade Policy, which the Mulroney government has attempted to denigrate all opposition to the policy with the United States.

Canadian Film Centre Productions

Case studies and reading schedule

File contains educational material related to the course, "Women and the Documentary Tradition," taught by Sylvia Hamilton at Mount Saint Vincent University.

Educational material includes a course syllabus, reading schedule, and case study handouts.

Class eight

File contains documents related to class eight of the course, "Women and the Documentary Tradition," taught by Sylvia Hamilton at Mount Saint Vincent University.

Documents include an annotated class schedule, lecture notes, and articles and readings related to the documentary film, "P4W: Prison for Women."

Class eight

File contains educational material related to class eight of the course, "Through Her Eyes: Women and Documentary Filmmaking," taught by Sylvia Hamilton at Mount Saint Vincent University.

Documents include printed Novanet records for class materials, a copy of the article, "The Political Aesthetics of the Feminist Documentary Film" by Julia Lesage, and material related to filmmakers, Linda O'Hama and Catherine Martin.

Class eleven

Item is a schedule related to class eleven of the course, "Women and the Documentary Tradition," taught by Sylvia Hamilton at Mount Saint Vincent University.

Class five

File contains documents related to class five of the course, "Women and the Documentary Tradition," taught by Sylvia Hamilton at Mount Saint Vincent University.

Documents include a class agenda and lecture notes.

Class four

Item is a printed Novanet record related to class four of the course, "Through Her Eyes: Women and Documentary Filmmaking," taught by Sylvia Hamilton at Mount Saint Vincent University.

Class four

File contains documents related to class four of the course, "Women and the Documentary Tradition," taught by Sylvia Hamilton at Mount Saint Vincent University.

Documents include a class agenda and notes on Beryl Fox and Barbara Trent.

Class nine

File contains documents related to class nine of the course, "Women and the Documentary Tradition," taught by Sylvia Hamilton at Mount Saint Vincent University.

Documents include a class schedule and notes on the documentary film, "Richard Cardinal: Cry from a Diary of a Metis Child," directed by Alanis Obomsawin.

Class one

File contains a class outline related to the course, "Through Her Eyes: Women and Documentary Filmmaking," taught by Sylvia Hamilton at Mount Saint Vincent University.

Class one

File contains documents related to class one of the course, "Women and the Documentary Tradition," taught by Sylvia Hamilton at Mount Saint Vincent University.

Documents include an annotated class agenda, printed copies of presentation slides and other presentation materials.

Class seven

File contains documents related to class seven of the course, "Women and the Documentary Tradition," taught by Sylvia Hamilton at Mount Saint Vincent University.

Documents include a class schedule and handwritten lecture notes.

Class six

File contains documents related to class six of the course, "Women and the Documentary Tradition," taught by Sylvia Hamilton at Mount Saint Vincent University.

Documents include a class agenda, lecture notes, and notes related to the documentary film, "Obaachan's Garden."

Class six

File contains educational material related to class six of the course, "Through Her Eyes: Women and Documentary Filmmaking," taught by Sylvia Hamilton at Mount Saint Vincent University.

Documents include a copy of "The Intimate Moment: The Art of Interviewing" by Bettina Gray and printed Novanet records for class materials.

Class three

Item is a title page related to class three of course, "Through Her Eyes: Women and Documentary Filmmaking," taught by Sylvia Hamilton at Mount Saint Vincent University.

Item reads, "Beryl Fox: Background Reading and Film Information."

Class three

File contains documents related to class three of the course, "Women and the Documentary Tradition," taught by Sylvia Hamilton at Mount Saint Vincent University.

Documents include notes on the documentary film, "Harlan County, USA," a class agenda, and notes related to author Julia Lesage.

Class twelve

File contains documents related to class twelve of the course, "Women and the Documentary Tradition," taught by Sylvia Hamilton at Mount Saint Vincent University.

Documents include a class schedule, lecture notes, a printed copy of "Women Make Movies: Iron Ladies of Liberia," and a highlighted copy of the article, "Talking About Our Lives and Experiences: Some Thoughts About Feminism, Documentary, and 'Talking Heads'," by Barbara Halpern Martineau.

Class two

File contains documents related to class two of the course, "Women and the Documentary Tradition," taught by Sylvia Hamilton at Mount Saint Vincent University.

Documents include lecture notes, a class agenda, and notes on the documentary film, "Harlan County, USA."

Class two

Item is a title page related to class two of course, "Through Her Eyes: Women and Documentary Filmmaking," taught by Sylvia Hamilton at Mount Saint Vincent University.

Item reads, "Margaret Perry: Background Reading and Film Information."

Classes nine to thirteen

File contains educational material related to classes nine to thirteen of the course, "Through Her Eyes: Women and Documentary Filmmaking," taught by Sylvia Hamilton at Mount Saint Vincent University.

Documents include handwritten case study notes and notes on related documentary films and filmmakers.

Coming out strong

Item is a video work created by Dawna Proudman, Rozanne LePine, Tradewinds Film Co-op (Ottawa) in 1982. The Centre for Art Tapes screened the work as part of International Women's Week programming in 1982. The video documents the production of a play which is a socially conscious study of black immigrant women working in domestic situations. The director and producer teach these non-actors how to emote, react, etc. There are also brief clips of the actual play.

Proudman, Dawna

Cooking in Italy

Item consists of video recordings of Tonia Di Rissio's "Cooking in Italy". The tapes features 13 different episodes.

Di Risio, Tonia

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