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Eco-Pirate: The Story of Paul Watson

Format: HDCAM, Color, English,
Running Time: 110 minutes
Writer/Director: Trish Dolman
Producer(s): Trish Dolman, Kevin Eastwood

Eco-Pirate: The Story of Paul Watson is a feature-length documentary about a man on a mission to save the planet and its oceans. Part Captain Nemo, part Grizzly Man, the film will follow Watson in

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the act as he repeatedly flouts the law, so that he may apprehend what he sees as the more serious law-breakers – the illegal poachers of the world. From the genesis of Greenpeace to the sinking of a pirate whaling ship off Portugal, from clashes with fisherman in the Galapagos to Watson’s recent headline-grabbing battles with the Japanese whaling fleet in Antarctica, this documentary chronicles the extraordinary life one of the most controversial figures in the environmental movement – the heroics, the ego, the urgency – of the world’s original eco-pirate.

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Festivals & Awards

 

Awards

Winner | Jury Special Mention for Environmental Films at Reykjavik International Film Festival

Winner | Top 10 Audience Choice Award at Hot Docs 2011

Winner | Best Documentary at Projecting Change Film Festival

Festivals

Hot Docs Film Festival, Toronto; May 1 & 3, 2011

Projecting Change Film Festival, Vancouver; May 27, 2011

Galway Film Festival, Ireland; July 6, 2011

Durban International Film Festival, South Africa; July 22 – 25, 2011

Reykjavik Film Festival, Iceland; September 23, 25, & 30, 2011

Norrkoping Film Festival, Sweden; October 7 & 9, 2011

Mill Valley Film Festival, USA; October 7 & 9, 2011

Rio International Film Festival, Brazil; October 8 & 11, 2011

Warsaw International Film Festival, Poland; October 7, 8, 9, & 10, 2011

TIFF Film Circuit, Campbell River, BC; October 11, 2011

Ghent International Film Festival, Belgium; October 21, 2011

Abu Dhabi International Film Festival, United Arab Emirates; Oct 20 & 21, 2011

TIFF Film Circuit, Quadra Island; October 28, 2011

TIFF Film Circuit - Wolfville, Nova Scotia; November 2, 2011

ReFrame Film Festival – Peterborough, Ontario; Pre-Festival Event November 4, 2011

TIFF Film Circuit – Salmon Arm, British Columbia; November 4, 2011

STARZ Denver Film Festival – Denver, Colorado; November 5 & 6, 2011

Leeds International Film Festival – United Kingdom; November 13 & 15, 2011

St. Louis International Film Festival - USA; November 15, 2011

Three Rivers Film Festival – USA; November 15 & 17, 2011

Doc Lounge Odense – Denmark; February 8, 2012

Doc Lounge Lund - Sweden; March 6, 2012

Salem Film Fest - Salem, Massachusetts; March 6, 8:45pm

Environmental Film Festival - Washington, DC; March 20, 6:00pm

Internationales Film Wochenende – Würzburg, Germany; March 22 – 25

Doc Lounge Malmö – Sweden; March 27, 2012

Doc Lounge Gotheborg – Sweden; April 3rd, 2012

Doc Lounge Aarhus - Denmark; April 19, 2012

Theatrical Release

Eco-Pirate was released in 15 theatres across New Zealand in November 2011.

 

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The First Movie

The First Movie

Format: HDV, Color, English, Farsi and Kurdish
Running Time: 76 minutes
Writer/Director: Mark Cousins
Executive Producer: Robbie Allen, Tabitha Jackson
Producer(s): Trish Dolman, Gill Parry

What’s it like to be a child in war – not when the conflict is raging, but when the war tide is out, as it were, when kids are telling stories or playing games? The First Movie is about the “not-war”.

It came about because director Mark and producer Gill separately went to Kurdistan. They loved the place and wanted to make a film about it. Mark thought it would be best to focus on kids, because their minds are uninhibited and developing fast. A good way to try to see inside those little minds,

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Mark and Gill travelled around Kurdish Iraq in 2008, and chose the village of Goptapa as their location, because of its beauty and hopes for the future, but also because it has a tragic past.

Influenced a little by 1001 Nights, The First Movie is a “magic realist” documentary, one of the first of its kind. It certainly doesn’t skirt the suffering of Goptapa but, rather, it shows how such suffering co-habits with other things, such as wonder and imaginative development.

One little boy in the village said he’d like to fly slowly over Goptapa. In The First Movie, that might just be possible.

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Ice Girls

Ice Girls

Format: Digital Video, Colour, English
Running Time: 92 mins and 2 x 40 mins (UK)
Writer/Director: Trish Dolman
Executive Producer: Brian Hamilton, Omni Films
Producer(s): Trish Dolman

In competitive figure skating, only the tough survive.

5:00 am practices. Ballet classes. Tutors. Weight training. Injuries. Dedication to a single cause since the time you could walk. Ice Girls is the story of three elite young figure skaters — Canadian Keyla Ohs and UK skaters Jennifer Holmes and Vikki Hodges as they pursue their dreams of one day ascending the Olympic podium. Shot over three years, Ice Girls paints an intimate portrait of these girls’ lives and their dedication to a sport that demands tremendous physical power and psychological strength.

Festivals & Awards

Awards & Nominations

2003 Awards and Nominations

  • Best Program, Best Director and Best Editor – Leo Awards Sports Category

2002 Awards and Nominations

  • Nominated for Rockie Award, Best Sports Program – Banff International Television Festival

Festivals

2002 Screenings

  • Banff International Television Festival – Banff, AB

Media Items

Download the Ice Girls press kit. (PDF, 76 kb)

Financing

Ice Girls is a Screen Siren Pictures Inc. co-production with the BBC.

Produced with the participation of the Canadian Television Fund, in association with CTV, with the participation of the Government of Canada Canadian Film or Video Production Tax Credit Program, the Government of British Columbia Film Incentive BC Program and Rogers Documentary Fund. Developed in Association with British Columbia Film. Produced in Association with WTN — Women’s Television Network.

Sales Info

Canada & US Sales

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International Sales

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Hammer & Tickle

Hammer & Tickle

Format: Digital Video and Animation, Colour, English
Running Time: Feature Documentary
Writer/Director: Ben Lewis
Producer(s): Christine Camdessus, Leah Mallen
Financing: BBC, ARTE, ZDF, TV2 Denmark SVT, YLE, SBS, Media TV2, Documentary Channel, Telefilm, Roger Cable Network Fund

Using animation and live action footage, Hammer & Tickle is a 90 minute documentary that tells the story of how popular humour contributed to the defeat of Communism in Europe.70-646

This film is not just a compilation of Communist jokes, of which there are thousands, it is the story of the jokes, the people who invented them, the people who tried to silence them, the people who risked punishment to document them, and the people imprisoned for telling them.

A France/Canada co-production with Alegria Pictures

Festivals & Awards

Awards & Nominations

  • 2006 Zurich International Film Festival – Won Best New Documentary

Festivals

2006 Screenings

  • 2006 Leeds International Film Festival – Leeds, Scotland
  • 2006 Zurich International Film Festival – Zurich, Switzerland
  • 2006 Tribeca Film Festival – New York City, USA

Sales Info

French & International Sales

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Canadian Sales

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Produced by Alegria Productions & Screen Siren Pictures Inc in association with Bergmann Pictures. A BBC Production produced in association with ARTE/ZDF. Produced with the support of MEDIA PLUS PROGRAMME of the European Community. Produced in association with The Documentary Channel. Produced with the participation of the Canadian Television Fund created by the Government of Canada and the Canadian Cable Industry, CTF: License Fee Program Produced with the participation of Rogers Cable Network Fund with the assistance of the Government of Canada Film or Video Production Tax Credit Program, the Province of British Columbia Film Incentive BC. 70-662
In association with TV2 Denmark, SVT Sweden, YLE 2 Finland, SBS Australia. Developed with the support of Starling (France), Centre National de la Cinématographie, and MEDIA PLUS PROGRAMME of the European Community.

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Girl Racers

Girl Racers

Format: Digital Video
Running Time: 4 x 1 Hour
Writer/Director: Barry Gray
Executive Producer: Trish Dolman
Producer(s): Stephanie Symns

Girl Racers is a high-octane, four-part documentary TV series that chronicles the careers of North America’s top female race car drivers, including six Canadians, over the course of the 2004 racing season.

Narrated by former driver and racing enthusiast Jason Priestley, the series goes behind-the-scenes in one of the most highly watched sports on North American television today. Girl Racers documents for the first time, the trials and tribulations that female drivers experience in one of the few sports where women compete directly with men … and win.

Two drivers who are competing at the highest level are: Danica Patrick, who stunned the racing world by placing 2nd in a major European Championship when she was only 18. Girl Racers captures her 2004 season in the Toyota Atlantic Championship as she is groomed for the big leagues with the backing of legendary Indy 500 winner, Bobby Rahal and talk-show host David Letterman. On May 29th of this year at age 23, Danica became the 4th woman ever to compete in the prestigious Indy 500. She drove the race of a lifetime, becoming the first woman in history to lead the race, holding it for 19 laps and ultimately finishing 4th. When she was awarded Indy 500 Rookie of the Year, she officially became the story every newspaper, magazine and television camera wants to capture.

Milka Duno, a Naval Engineer by training who holds four masters’ degrees, is what’s known in the industry as ‘the complete package.’ This gorgeous sex symbol of auto racing would seem to have it all. She started racing sports cars just 6 years ago in her native Venezuela and quickly attracted high-level sponsorship. Girl Racers captures Milka in her first year in the Grand American Rolex Championship series — the top-level endurance series in America. Not only does Milka become first woman to win (twice) at Homestead Miami and at the Petit le Mans in Braselton, Georgia, but she is featured in the largest ever Hispanic marketing campaign for Pontiac.

 

Awards

2006 Awards & Nominations

  • 2006 Gemini Nomination for Best Program or Series for Producers Trish Dolman and Stephanie Symns
  • Nominated for Best Documentary (Nature/environment/adventure/science/technology category), Best Cinematography and Best Sound Editing – Leo Awards

Broadcast Dates

2005 Broadcasts

  • US premiere on The Biography Channel in September and October 2005.
  • Canadian premiere in Canada during the Molson Indy Series in July 2005 on the Global Television Network.

Financing

Produced by Screen Siren Pictures Inc. in association with Global Television Network Inc., a CanWest Company.

Produced with the participation of the Canadian Television Fund created by the Government of Canada and the Canadian cable industry, Telefilm Canada: Equity Investment Program, CTF: License Fee Program; the Province of British Columbia Film Incentive BC; the Canadian Film or Video Tax Credit; British Columbia Film; CanWest Western Independent Producers Fund; and Rogers Telefund.

Developed in association with Global Television Network Inc., a CanWest Company and Telefilm Canada, and with the participation of British Columbia Film.

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Canada & US Sales

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Britannia Beach

Britannia Beach

Format: Digital Video
Running Time: 48 minute or 55 minute versions
Writer/Director: David Vaisbord
Producer(s): Trish Dolman, Selwyn Jacob (NFB)
Co-Producer(s): David Vaisbord
Photography: Britannia Mine, David Vaisbord | No Drinking Sign, Mitch Anderson | Philip "Scotty" Graham, David Vaisbord | Old Mine Tools, Trish Dolman | Lynne Cook, David Vaisbord

A tragicomedy of geological proportions about corporate greed, ecological disaster, hairbrained government, and the survival of a community.

David Vaisbord embarks on a journey to Britannia Beach seeking to uncover what lies beneath the surface of a forgotten and derelict mining town. The resulting film reveals a hidden community surviving under the shadow of North America’s worst source of heavy metal pollution. It is a personal journey from first impressions to a compassionate understanding of a mining town’s people, their dreams and their fears for the future.

Photo Gallery

Festivals & Awards

2002 Awards & Nominations

  • Nominated for Best Documentary – Yorkton Film and Video Festival

Festivals

2008 Screenings

Media Items

Download the Britannia Beach press kit. (PDF, 144 kb)

Financing

A Screen Siren Pictures and National Film Board of Canada co-production, in association with CTV, TV Ontario, BC Film, and the Rogers Documentary Fund, with the participation of the Government of Canada Canadian Film or Video Production Tax Credit Program and the Government of British Columbia Film Incentive BC Program.

Sales Info

Britannia: A Company Town

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Britannia Beach

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Breaking Ranks

Breaking Ranks

Format: Digital Video, Colour, English
Running Time: One Broadcast Hour
Writer/Director: Michelle Mason
Executive Producer: Rina Fraticelli (NFB)
Producer(s): Trish Dolman, Leah Mallen
Co-Producer(s): Lauren Grant, Karina O'Sullivan, Tracey Friesen (NFB)
Financing: NFB, Global Television, CIFVF, Knowledge Network, Canadian Television Fund Rogers Documentary & Cable Network Fund

Breaking Ranks is a documentary about the plight of four U.S. soldiers seeking sanctuary in Canada as part of their resistance to the war in Iraq. The film documents their experiences as they try to exercise their consciences amidst profound emotional, ethical and international consequences. Filmed over the course of the refugee process, this provocative film explores the meaning of duty through the

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Visit the Breaking Ranks website.

“The film is brilliant. I was a Bush-loving, war-supporting conservative until your film, and tonight it has made me think again about my view.” — Carol Gould, London, UK

Festivals & Awards

Awards & Nominations

  • Part of Global Current’s Gemini award for “Best Documentary Series”
  • Nominated for Best Documentary or Series – History/Biography/Social/Political, Documentary: Best Director and Documentary: Best Picture Editing, Leo Awards – Vancouver, BC
  • Nominated in the Documentary – Social/Political category, Golden Sheaf Awards – Yorkton, SK

Festivals

2008 Screenings

  • 2008 Roma Fiction Festival – Rome, Italy
  • 2008 Social Justice Film Festival – White Rock, BC Canada
  • 2008 Open Cinemas – Victoria, BC Canada

2007 Screenings

  • 2007 SF DocFest – San Francisco, USA
  • 2007 Sheffield Doc/Fest – Sheffield, England
  • 2007 Leo Awards Film Festival – Vancouver, BC Canada
  • 2007 Yorkton Short Film & Video Festival – Yortkon, SK Canada
  • 2007 Our Island, Our World Film Festival – Salt Spring Island, BC Canada

2006 Screenings

  • 2006 Montréal World Film Festival – Montréal, Canada
  • 2006 Calgary International Film Festival – Calgary, Canada
  • 2006 Vancouver Amnesty Film Festival – Vancouver, Canada
  • 2006 Victoria Amnesty Film Festival – Victoria, Canada

Media Items

Read reviews for Breaking Ranks: NBC News First

Sales Info

TV Sales | Canada

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TV Sales | US

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TV Sales | World

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DVD Sales

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A Screen Siren Pictures Production in Co-Production with the National Film Board of Canada for Global Television. Produced in Association with Cypress Park Productions.

Produced with the participation of the Canadian Television Fund created by the Government of Canada and the Canadian cable industry CTF: License Fee Program, Rogers Documentary Fund and with the assistance of The Government of Canada Film or Video Production Tax Credit Program and the Province of British Columbia Film Incentive BC. Produced in Association with Knowledge Network. Developed with the participation of British Columbia Film, the Canadian Independent Film and Video Fund and with the financial participation of Rogers Telefund.

 

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Reservation Soldiers

Reservation Soldiers

Format: Digital Video, Colour, English
Running Time: 48 & 45 minute versions available.
Writer/Director: Lisa Jackson
Executive Producer: Trish Dolman
Producer(s): Trish Dolman, Trish Williams
Co-Producer(s): Nicole McKay
Financing: CTF, CTV, APTN, SCN, Knowledge Network, CIFVF, Rogers Telefund

Filmed over the course of several years, Reservation Soldiers focuses on the relationship between the Canadian military and aboriginal youth. For Blair, Mahekan and Noel, three teenage boys from remote Western Canadian reservations, the military represents an opportunity they don’t often see at home – adventure, discipline and cold hard cash. When they attend Bold Eagle, a six-week military boot camp, they face the reality of military

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Festivals & Awards

Awards & Nominations

  • 2008 Awards and Nominations
  • 2008 Winner “Best Feature Documentary (International)” at the Talking Stick Film Festival in Santa Fe, New Mexico
  • 2008 Winner Golden Sheaf Award for “Best Aboriginal Production” at Yorkton Short Film Festival & Video Festival
  • 2008 Winner Bronze Remi Award at Worldfest Houston 2008 for TV Special: Documentary
  • 2008 Nominated in the Documentary or Series category for Leo Awards, “Best Screenwriting”, and “Best Sound Editing”
  • 2008 Nominee for “Best Documentary Short” at American Indian Film Festival

Festivals

2008 Screenings

  • 2008 Talking Stick Film Festival, Santa Fe, New Mexico
  • 2008 Yorkton Short Film & Video Festival, Yorkton, Saskatchewan Canada
  • 2008 Worldfest Huston, Huston Texas USA

2007 Screenings

  • 2007 Whistler Film Festival, Whistler BC, Canada

Sales Info

Educational Sales

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Canadian and International Sales

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A Screen Siren Pictures Production. Produced in association with CTV Television with the participation of the Canadian Television Fund. Produced in association with Aboriginal Peoples Television Network, with the assistance of the Canadian Independant Film & Video Fund. Produced in association with Knowledge Network and SCN with the Participation of the Province of British Columbia Film Incentive BC and the Canadian Film or Video Production Tax credit.Produced witht eh participation of Rogers Telefund.

Developed in association with CTV Television with the participation of British Columbia Film and the assistance of the Canadian Independant Film & Video Fund.

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