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Have Camera Will Travel - Art Brewer, assignment "Palau"

Item is "Have Camera, Will Travel" with Art Brewer, assignment "Palau;" a one hour network television documentary shot and completed in High Definition in 2003. Broadcast first on NHK Japan. High Definition 59.94 1080i Digital Master textless version. HD Cam. Ch 1-2 Full Mix Stereo. - Ch 3-4 M&E Stereo. The film follows Brewer as he takes photographs for the travel magazine "Islands" in Palau. Palau is shot from the air, the water and on land - Art overcomes bad weather and illness to get the shots he wanted and he takes the time to share his process with the audience a little. The show also offers a brief history of Palau and a look into Palau culture. Broadcast first on NHK [Nippon H?s? Ky?kai; official English name: Japan Broadcasting Corporation] Japan. High Definition 59.94 1080i Digital Master textless version. HD Cam. Channel 1 full mix stereo left; channel 2 fill mix sterol right; channel 3 M&E stereo left; and channel 4 M&E stereo right. Facility: Post Digital Works Ltd. Nov. 8, 2002.

Snowbirds - TV special - Moose Jaw - 20th reunion

Item is original camera tape footage taken for the one hour television network documentary featuring Canada's aerobatic team, the Snowbirds. Includes an interview with an American photographer [Bill Johnson] about the Snowbirds, he had the experience of flying with the Snowbirds several times and took photographs at the invitation of Obie [O.B. Philp], a sunrise over the base in Moose Jaw, S.K., and shots of the banquet celebrating the 20th anniversary of the Snowbirds, includes some footage of the Snowbirds alumni gathering by year of service for group photographs, and some social mingling.

Vancouver : a year in motion

Item is a videocassette containing interviews of photographers involved in a Vancouver Centennial comemmoration project.

In anticipation of the centennial year, Tom Sutherland and Cindy Bellamy worked with over fifty photographers to put together a photographic portrait book of Vancouver called “Vancouver: A Year in Motion”, intended to capture the face of the city at teh Centennial. Producer/director Craig Sawchuk followed and interviewed eight of the photographers for a documentary about the project.

The documentary follows Heather Dean, an aerial photographer, in a helicopter over Vancouver showing aerial views of the city including popular landmarks such as Canada Place, the Science Centre, BC Place, and the harbor. Sterling Ward spends some time photographing the development of the Expo 86 sites, a roller coaster, and some of the sculpture installations. Al Harvey takes candid shots at the beach during the polar bear swim and celebration on the first day on 1986. Colin Savage discusses remote control photography and swims with a dolphin and beluga whale at the Vancouver Aquarium with trainer Doug Pemberton. Albert Chin photographs a traditional Chinese lion ceremony for the opening of a new restaurant in Chinatown. Derik Murray was the official photographer of the Vancouver Canucks and the documentary follows him to a hockey game (Vancouver Canucks vs. Boston Bruins). Greg Athens does a photo shoot on Grouse Mountain with professional freestyle skier [Darryl Bowie]. Lloyd Sutton spends time on Granville Island photographing the local scenery, shops, and a glass blowing lesson/studio.

The documentary concludes with a scene of the photographers together going through the photos around a large table. The documentary is dedicated to Rick Hansen and concludes with footage of Hansen.

Sawchuk, Craig

Portrait of Stuart Thomson

Item is a photograph showing Stuart Thomson. The photo was used during a Vancouver Sun flashback feature in 1955. A clipping that accompanied the photograph contains the caption: "Veteran cameraman Stuart Thomson poses with camera he uses to take many of the flashback pictures of Vancouver which appear as a regular feature on page 5 of the Vancouver Sun. An Australian, Mr. Thomson has been taking pictures in Vancouver since 1911."

Have Camera Will Travel - Art Brewer, assignment "Palau" [with text version]

Item is "Have Camera, Will Travel" with Art Brewer, assignment "Palau;" a one hour network television documentary shot and completed in High Definition in 2003. Broadcast first on NHK Japan [Nippon Hoso Kyokai; official English name: Japan Broadcasting Corporation]. High Definition 59.94 1080i Digital Master texted version. HD Cam. Ch 1-2 Full Mix Stereo. - Ch 3-4 M&E Stereo. Executive producers Michael Collier and John Cumming; Producer Michael Collier; Co-producers Thomas Santalab and Wynn Horn; Creative director PJ Reece; Director Nicholas Kendall; Writer PJ Reece; Photography Todd Craddock; Editor Jane Morrison; Narrator Mark Hildreth; Production manager Lupe Danyluk; Sound/music editors Alan Perkins and Wendy Czajcowsky; Production coordinator Shannon Mildon; Post production supervisor Bernadette Meyers; Assistant editors Brian Reilly and Jason Collier; High definition cameras Post Digital Works, Ltd.; High definition post services Post Digital Works, Ltd.; Sound mix Pinewood sound; Featured photographer Art Brewer, Art Brewer Photography.

Post Digital Works Inc.

Snowbirds - TV special - Moose Jaw - 20th reunion

Item is original camera tape footage taken for the one hour television network documentary featuring Canada's aerobatic team, the Snowbirds. Includes footage of people mingling at the Snowbirds anniversary banquet, and the Snowbirds alumni gathering by year of service for group photographs, there is also a group photograph taken of the current and former Base Commanders.

Snowbirds - TV special - Moose Jaw - 20th reunion

Item is original camera tape footage taken for the one hour television network documentary featuring Canada's aerobatic team, the Snowbirds. Includes footage of the Canadian Forces Base Moose Jaw, S.K., an interview with Lieutenant-General [Sutherland?] about the Snowbirds team maturing now that they have been around for twenty years, their role and future. Also includes footage taken in Moose Jaw, S.K. of the gathered dignitaries, families, media, and alumni for the final performance of the 1990 Snowbirds team as well as scenes of the show itself and the audience enjoying the demonstration.

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