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CINEMATHEQUE ONTARIO MONOGRAPH SERIES

Since 1997, Cinematheque Ontario has produced publications to accompany our international touring projects (Shohei Imamura, Robert Bresson, Joyce Wieland, and Kon Ichikawa), which have travelled to many prestigious venues in North America, Europe and Asia. These anthology readers can be purchased in person at the film theatre or through Wilfrid Laurier University Press for sales within Canada and Indiana University Press for sales outside Canada - see contact and ordering details below.

 

Shohei Imamura

Shohei Imamura

James Quandt, editor
ISBN: 0-9682969-0-4; 1997; 192 pp.; 30 b&w illustrations; filmography; 6" x 8 1/4"
Published by Cinematheque Ontario

 
Robert Bresson  

Robert Bresson

James Quandt, editor
ISBN: 0-9682969-1-2; 1998; 624 pp.; 45 b&w illustrations; 42 frame enlargements; filmography; bibliography; 6 1/4" x 9 1/2"
Published by Cinematheque Ontario

 
Joyce Wieland  

The Films of Joyce Wieland

Kathryn Elder, editor
ISBN: 0-9682969-2-0; 1999; 280 pp.; 35 b&w illustrations; filmography; bibliography; 6 1/4" x 9 1/2"
Published by Cinematheque Ontario

 
Kon Ichikawa  

Kon Ichikawa

James Quandt, editor
ISBN: 0-9682969-3-9; 2001; 416 pp.; 58 b&w illustrations; filmography; bibliography; 16 frame enlargements; 6 1/4" x 9 1/2"
Published by Cinematheque Ontario

 
Jack Chambers  

The Films of Jack Chambers

Kathryn Elder, editor
ISBN: 0-9682969-4-7; 2002; 248 pp.; 25 b&w illustrations; 8 page colour insert; filmography; bibliography; 6 1/4" x 9 1/2"
Published by Cinematheque Ontario

 

TIFF PUBLICATIONS

The Toronto International Film Festival Group publishes a book each year in conjunction with the Festival's Canadian Retrospective. The books, illustrated throughout, illuminate the work of the director featured in the retrospective; future publications will focus on major themes and issues in Canadian cinema. They can be purchased at the Cinematheque Ontario Box Office, ordered through your local bookstore, or through Wilfrid Laurier University Press for sales within Canada and Indiana University Press for sales outside Canada see contact and ordering details below.

Don Owen: Notes on a Filmmaker and His Culture

Don Owen: Notes on a Filmmaker and His Culture

Steve Gravestock, author
ISBN 0-9689132-4-5; 2005; approximately 200 pages; 50 illustrations; 6" x 8"
Published by The Toronto International Film Festival

 

Pierre Perrault And the Poetic Documentary  

Pierre Perrault And the Poetic Documentary

Written by David Clandfield
ISBN: 0-9689132-3-7; 2004; approx 270 pages;
6" x 8"
Distributed by Wilfrid Laurier in Canada
Published by Indiana University Press in the USA

 

Allan King  

Allan King: Filmmaker

Seth Feldman, editor
ISBN: 0-9689132-1-0; 2002; 124 pages; 50 illustrations; 6" x 8"
Published by The Toronto International Film Festival

 

Jean Pierre Lefebvre: Vidaste

Jean Pierre Lefebvre: Vidaste

Peter Harcourt, editor
ISBN: 0-9689132-0-2, 2001, 104 pp.; illustrated throughout, 6" x 9"
Published by the Toronto International Film Festival




Of This Place and Elsewhere : The Films and Photography of Peter Mettler

Jerry White, editor
ISBN: 0-9689132-5-3; 2006; approx 250 pages
Distributed by Wilfrid Laurier in Canada
Published by The Toronto International Film Festival

 


ORDERING INFORMATION

Within Canada:

Wilfrid Laurier University Press
http://www.wlupress.wlu.ca
75 University Avenue West
Waterloo, ON Canada N2L 3C5
Phone: (519) 884-0710 ext. 6124
Fax: (519) 725-1399
Email: press@wlu.ca

Worldwide
(excluding Canada):

Indiana University Press
http://iupress.indiana.edu/
601 N. Morton St.
Bloomington, IN 47404
By phone: (812) 855-8817
Fax: (812) 855-7931
Email: iuporder@indiana.edu

Available for viewing onsite in the Film Reference Library:

SPROCKETS CD-ROM LIBRARY

How to Write a Film Review

As a new Sprockets initiative, we have developed an exciting and comprehensive CD-ROM on writing film reviews, working in collaboration with Barbara Csenge, a long-time educator who has written curriculum and instructional material for the Ministry of Education. This colourful CD-ROM, playable on most PC and Mac computers, is an excellent tool for helping students develop their communication and critical thinking skills. It includes curriculum links to ensure students are fulfilling Ministry standards, materials to teach students how to analyze a film (plots, characters, sound, etc.), and a full film review guide.

Bluebird: Beyond Bullying

Created as an accompaniment to Bluebird, a film from the Netherlands by Mijke de Jong, the CD-ROM tackles the important subject of bullying. Bluebird premiered at the 2004 Toronto International Film Festival and had several screenings during the School Week of the 2005 Sprockets Toronto International Film Festival for Children. The CD-ROM contains information and activities to promote awareness and discussion within the classroom, at the same time providing links to the curriculum. While the CD-ROM was created to complement the film it stands on its own as an effective tool for educators looking for ways to explore the subjects of bullying through film and music. Created by Barbara Csenge in April 2005.

Reel Eyes - A Guide to Documentary Film

In collaboration with Barbara Csenge, a long time educator who has written curriculum and instructional material for the education sector, we have developed a CD-ROM on documentary filmmaking.  The CD-ROM includes curriculum links, resources that assist teachers to ensure students are fulfilling Ministry standards, and a feature interview with renouned documentary Lalita Krishna.  Lalita has over 18 years of experience producing such documentaries as Ryan's Well and Tiger.  Created March 2006.

To receive information regarding these CD-ROMS, please e-mail libraryservices@tiffg.ca.

THE STUDENT FILM SHOWCASE DVD 2004 and 2005

The Student Film Showcase, a yearly event established in 2004, fosters opportunities for film students to not only showcase their work, but make important contacts and develop career enhancing relationships with peers and industry professionals. Student Film Showcase is brought to you by the Toronto International Film Festival Group with the participation of The Film School Consortium.   For more information, visit www.tiffg.ca/studentfilmshowcase.

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