Tuesday, August 25, 2009
High Fidelity HDTV Best Documentary Screening
Horaires Festival de Films YoungCuts Film Festival Schedule
Saturday, September 26th 3PM Cinéma du Parc 15h samedi le 26 septembre.
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The High Fidelity HDTV Best Documentary Screening will feature:
La Séance High Fidelity HDTV Meilleur Documentaire, incluant:
Films in this screening are short-listed for the High Fidelity HDTV Best Documentary Award.
Imagine-éducation by/par the youth of the Third Avenue Resource Centre. (Canada) A look at the challenges of education as imagined by youth.
Bike Trials: Regaining Balance by/par Sheldon Pearson. (Canada) The film follows the efforts of some North America's top trials riders through the course of their 2008 riding season.
City Birds by/par Esteban Vargas. (Canada) Experimental look inside the world of contemporary dance through the use of cityscape and new age music.
Injection Supervisée by/par Hugo Le Bleu-Tadros. (Canada) Documentaire sur les sites d'injections supervisées.
Simple Destruction by/par Michael Greene. (USA) A short film about disease of addiction, viewed through the eyes of those truly affected by such a destructive sickness.
Fashionably Green by/par Esther Viragh. (Canada) This film explores a different kind of recycling. Upcycling is the process of taking the old and transforming it into something new. Ce film explore une autre forme de recyclage. L’Upcycling est un processus où on prend de vieux matériaux afin de les transformer en quelques choses de nouveaux.
No Sana Hoy: It Will Not Heal Today by/par Becky Korman. (USA) In coming to terms with losing my grandmother to Alzheimer's I journeyed to Cuba to connect with the life she no longer remembers.
Field of Honour by/par Alexander B. Hill. (USA) A contemporary analysis of pistol dueling in the eighteenth century.
Keeping the Bees by/par Pearl Ball-Harding. (Canada) A documentary investigating the mysterious disappearance of North American honey bees.
Baby Blue by/par Maranatha Hay. (Egypt/USA) Baby Blue is the story of Roukaia, a two year-old born with congenital heart disease in Alexandria, Egypt.