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                                            Animated Films
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                                                Animated Films

Aboriginality Aboriginal Student Service
E98.D2 A36 2008                                               5 minutes
In this animated short blending past history with contemporary performance, a teen boy sits in a dingy
living room idly watching television. When he sees a dance and rap program that transports him to a
strange prairie land, he is brought face-to-face with his Native American heritage in the form of the
mystical Red Road and a Cree dancer of the First Nations.

Adventures of Prince Achmed (DVD) York Campus
PN1997 .A38 2002                                                64 minutes
Premiered in Germany in 1926 and is based on the stories from "The Arabian nights", this movie has
been hailed as the first full-length animated film. This is the story of a wicked sorcerer who tricks
Prince Achmed into mounting a magical flying horse that sends the rider off on a flight to his death.

Alter egos (DVD) York Campus
TR897.5 .A48 2004                                              52 minutes
Ryan Larkin and Chris Landreth are Alter Egos. Ryan is living every artist's worst nightmare: losing his
ability to create and to provide for himself. He panhandles on the street to make ends meet. But more
than thirty years ago, he was among the world's most celebrated animators and an Oscar nominee.
Chris, a rising star in animation, is on the opposite trajectory in his career and beginning to experience
the kind of adulation Ryan saw decades earlier. In this poignant study of artists, addiction and
creativity, director Laurence Green explores these renowned filmmakers and the reasons for their
divergent paths.

Animal farm
PN1997 .A55 1900z                                            93 minutes
A fairy tale about Farmer Jones' domesticated animals, who, when they revolt against their cruel
master, are then taken over by the pigs, and soon find they have succeeded in exchanging one form
of tyranny for another, and once again are forced to unite in a common cause.

Antz (DVD)
PN1994.5 .A57 2006                                            83 minutes
Life is no picnic for Z, a small worker ant with some very big ideas, whose chances with the beautiful
Princess Bala are literally one in a billion. When Z convinces his soldier ant buddy to switch places
with him, his simple life takes a wild turn.

Atlantis (DVD)
D24 .L67 2006                                                 50 minutes
Ancient cities are now accurately and beautifully rebuilt, using all new research and CGI. By using
CGI animation, the experts recreate a part of lost village believed to be Atlantis.

Be my valentine, Charlie Brown (DVD)
PN1997.5.B46 B46 2002                                        25 minutes
All the Peanuts characters set their hopes on delivering or receiving special valentines, and most are
disappointed when the day finally arrives.
Behind the scenes at the Walt Disney Studio: a glimpse behind the studio magic (DVD)
York Campus
NC1766.U52 D533 2002                                        240 minutes, 2 DVDs
Collection of several behind-the-scenes films and television shows highlighting the work of Walt
Disney Studios, originally released between 1937 and 1957.

Blackberry subway jam
PZ7.M945 J6642 1984                                        9 minutes
Animated version of Robert Munsch's children's story about a boy whose apartment has become a
subway station; shows his encounters with city hall bureaucracy and how he solves the problem.

Bob’s birthday
PN1997 .B6785 1993                                          13 minutes
Surprise birthday parties can be risky, especially when the guest of honour is turning forty. When
Margaret plans a celebration for her husband, Bob, she underestimates the sudden impact of middle
age on his mood.

Bullies are a pain in the brain (DVD) King Campus
BF637.B85 B85 2004                                           80 minutes
Offers kids practical, easy-to-implement solutions for dealing with their own bully problems such as
work on building your confidence, staying calm, giving bullies lots of space, telling an adult, and more.

Bully dance King Campus
PN1997.5 .B8 2000                                               10 minutes
Using "stick people" this video is designed as a tool for conflict resolution. Like the dance beat pulsing
throughout the film, the bully's intimidation of a smaller victim is unrelenting; no one stops the dance
until serious harm is inflicted.

The cameraman's revenge and other fantastic tales (DVD) York Campus
PN1995.9.P8 C36 2000                                        80 minutes
Originally produced in France as puppet films between 1912 and 1958. As the world's first great
puppet and stop-motion model animator, Starewicz was best known for his insect stories. Starewicz's
grasshoppers, dogs, frogs, dolls, and other creatures portray heroics and follies with an exuberance of
humor and invention. Soundtrack in French; subtitles in English.

Canadian literature: short stories 1
PN1997 .C27 1980z                                             79 minutes
The seven films are based on stories or poems by renowned Canadian writers. Contents: Morning on
the Lièvre; My financial career; Cornet at night; The red kite; The street; Espolio; The sweater

Charlotte’s web (DVD)
PZ7.W58277 C43 2007                                          96 minutes
In ordinary Somerset County, a young farm girl named Fern rescues the runt of a litter of pigs from
her father's ax. Fern names the pig Wilbur, takes care of him, and continues to visit him every day
after he is moved to her Uncle Homer Zuckerman's barn across the road. But it's Wilbur's friendship
with Charlotte the spider that ultimately saves him from the "smoke house" when Charlotte's talent for
weaving praiseworthy words about Wilbur into her web, along with a little help from Templeton the rat
and the other barn inhabitants, turns the Zuckerman farm into a tourist attraction.

The chronological Donald. Volume 1, 1934-1941 (DVD) York Campus
NC1766 .U52 C47 2003                                   275 minutes, 2 DVDs
Celebrates Donald’s solo performances from 1936-1941. Features 36 of Donald’s shorts, including,
"Donald and Pluto" in 1936.

The chronological Donald. Volume 2, 1942-1946 (DVD) York Campus
NC1766 .U52 C76 2005                                       230 minutes, 2 DVDs
The adventures of the world’s favourite fiery-tempered duck continue as we follow his solo-starring
efforts from 1942 through 1946. Among Donald’s featured escapades is the Academy Award-
nominated Best Short, Donald’s Crime from 1945.

A complaint is a gift (DVD) Markham Campus
HF5415.5 .B367 2010                                         12 minutes
Using humor and wit, this animated video illustrates techniques to turn complaints into a strategic tool
to increase business and customer satisfaction, with emphasis on creating a complaint-friendly

The complete Goofy: his greatest adventures (DVD) York Campus
PZ10.3 .D5 C66 2002                                            326 minutes, 2 DVDs
This compilation of shorts begins with the Goof's first starring role. The volume also includes animator
Art Babbitt's original descriptive reference of all things Goofy, the original voice behind the Goof, Pinto
Colvig, and an exclusive interview with the current voice of Goofy, Bill Farmer.

The complete Pluto. Volume 1, 1930-1947 (DVD) York Campus
PN1997.5 .C667 2004                                            266 minutes, 2 DVDs
Mickey's faithful friend Pluto is unleashed in this first volume of the celebrated canine's cartoon
capers. Spanning the years 1930 to 1947, these classics include Pluto's 1930 debut in "The Chain
Gang"--Which was actually his first and second appearance playing unnamed, identical bloodhounds.

Count down Akira York Campus
PN1997.5 .C68 1999                                          35 minutes
While Akira can have sex with any number of beautiful girls, he saves his love for only one--a
beautiful, internationally renowned model who also happens to be his step-sister. Utatane Hiroyuki's
Japanese animated video is seductively beautiful, fiercely sexual and decadently provocative.
In Japanese with English subtitles.

Creature modeling for production (DVD)York Campus
TR897.7.P619 C912 2006                                       180 minutes
Laurent reveals his process for creating a high resolution creature, designed by Carlos Huante, for the
video-game cinematic production pipeline.

The Danish poet (DVD)
NC1766 .D36 2007                                             16 minutes
Can we trace the chain of events that leads to our own birth? Is our existence just coincidence? Do
little things matter? The narrator of The Danish Poet considers these questions as we follow Kasper,
a poet whose creative well has run dry, on a holiday to Norway to meet the famous writer, Sigrid
Undset. As Kasper's quest for inspiration unfolds, it appears that a spell of bad weather, an angry dog,
slippery barn planks, a careless postman, hungry goats and other seemingly unrelated factors might
play important roles in the big scheme of things after all. Oscar winner for Best Short Animation, 2007

Davy Crockett: the complete televised series (DVD) York Campus
PN1992.77.A1 D38 2001                                      268 minutes, 2 DVDs
Experience the hit television show that became a national sensation and made coonskin caps a staple
for a generation of American youngsters. With a rifle named Old Betsy, Davy Crockett fought for
justice with his own brand of homespun ingenuity.

Dinner for two King Campus
PN1997.5 .D557 1996                                         7 minutes
Peace in the forest is disrupted when two chameleons get stuck in a conflict. Luckily, a frog observing
the fracas turns into what they need--a mediator. This video shows, without words, creative ways of
conflict resolution.

Discussion starters
LC6519 .D57 1981                                           25 minutes
A compilation of 3 animated films which serve to provoke discussion on a variety of themes:
leadership, problem solving and responsibility.

Disney rarities: celebrated shorts 1920s to 1960s (DVD) York Campus
PN1997.5 .D58 2005                                         330 minutes, 2 DVDs
From Walt's earliest work in the 1920s to some of his most sophisticated shorts of the 1950s and '60s,
he captured the imaginations of millions, plus two Academy Award wins - including Ferdinand The
Bull, Best Short Subject 1938 - and eight nominations.

Disneyland USA: special historical broadcasts (DVD) York Campus
GV1853.3.C22 D5735 2001                                    228 minutes, 2 DVDs
Celebrating Walt Disney's pioneering efforts in the medium of television, it features 4 vintage episodes
of Walt's beloved prime-time program. Walt Disney leads a tour of the studio and lifts the curtain on a
model of the under-construction Disneyland Park.

Elbow room
HD42 .E5 2002                                                  9 minutes
Suitable for conflict-resolution training in the classroom or workplace. Quirky characters deftly 'rewind'
situations and solve the problem when tensions get out of hand.

Elfego baca (DVD) York Campus
PN1992.77.E44 E44 2005                                    282 minutes, 2 DVDs
Features six color remastered episodes from two Disney television programs. Elfego Baca is a
gunfighter in the old west who changes his ways to become the town sheriff and then a lawyer. Elfego
deals with rampaging cowboys and outlaws. The Swamp Fox is Revolutionary War hero Francis
Marion who fights the British using unusual methods. Selected clips from the original television
programs are shown in b&w.

Escher, Van Gogh and Seurat
NE670 .E7 1999                                                31 minutes
Four Canadian filmmakers, Gayle Thomas, Jacques Giraldeau, Suzanne Gervais and Francois Aubry,
bring their creative vision to the drawings and paintings of Escher, Van Gogh and Seurat in this
compilation of animated films. Each film is an inspired exploration of the original artwork through the
medium of animation.

Filmmaker-in-residence the complete collection (DVD) York Campus
QA76.76.I59 F55 2009                                         341 minutes, 2 DVDs
                                  - -
           (80:37) ; Special features. Many and any media (8:38) ; Old school/new school (18:12) ;
Genesis of fir (5:45) ; The approach (8:30) ; Video bridge (9:40) ; Trailer (2:59) ; Manifesto (2:13) ;
Manifesto explained (4:05) ; NFB pioneers (55:20)
The films. The bicycle ; The interventionists ; Hand-held: health & homelessness ; Drawing from life

From book to film: animated classics by Sheldon Cohen (DVD) York Campus
PN1997.5 .F76 2005                                           60 minutes
Bringing words to life is his specialty. Sheldon Cohen is a multi-award-winning animator, director and
children’s book illustrator. His animated films, based on short stories by acclaimed writers, include
universal themes for everyone to enjoy. This compilation DVD celebrates 30 years of Sheldon
Cohen’s work. Hosted by charismatic Quebec author Roch Carrier, From Book to Film is rich with
anecdotes about the filmmaker and insight into his animation process.

               extrême (DVD) York Campus
NC1766 .G46 2003                                                 82 minutes
This compilation of recent short animated films, varied in style and technique, proves that animation
still lends itself to feats of aesthetic and technical derring-do.

History of animation: origins of American animation (1900-1921) (DVD) York Campus
NC1766.U5 H57 2005                                       94 minutes, 2 DVDs
Silent films accompanied by piano soundtrack. Features 21 of the earliest animated features made in
the United States between 1900 and 1921.

Home security and other videos of mass distraction
BF441 .H66 2004                                              31 minutes
These five films illustrate how people who have surrendered critical thinking and a healthy dose of
doubt can be manipulated and taught to distrust, fear differences and make war on one another.
Designed to assist in developing viewers' original thinking and ability to analyze information.

Howl's moving castle (DVD) York Campus
PN1995.9.A3 H69 2006                                        119 minutes, 2 DVDs
Based on the novel "Howl's moving castle" by Diana Wynne Jones. Originally released as a motion
picture in 2005. A young woman named Sophie is cursed by the Witch of the Waste and is turned into
an old woman who is unable to tell anyone of her plight. Unable to continue her job at her mother's hat
shop, she goes to the ambulatory castle of the notorious wizard Howl and insinuates herself into his
household. Sophie befriends Calcifer, the fire demon who powers the castle and who is bound to
Howl by a contract, the terms of which Calcifer cannot reveal. They promise to help each other with
their problems. Like Calcifer, Howl can also see through the Witch's spell, and he and Sophie fall in
love. Sophie helps Howl confront his former teacher, and the Witch of the Waste.

Incredible Manitoba animation
PN1997.5 .I433                                              50 minutes
Contents: 1. Get a job; 2. Spence's republic; 3. Carried away; 4. Getting started; 5. Lady Frances
Simpson; 6. Fort Prince of Whales; 7. The big snit; 8. The cat came back; 9. The cat strikes back.

Introduction to ZBrush 3 (DVD) York Campus
TR897.7 .M433 2007                                           360 minutes, 2 DVDs
Introduction to Zbrush including the interface and tools. Covers Pixologics 2.5D pixol technology, and
the interface that controls a unique hybrid of painting and 3D, blurring the line between pixels and
polygons. Shows how to create, manipulate, and sculpt multiple-resolution 3D objects. Also shows
how to create and apply textures and use ZBrush's polygon modeler, ZSpheres. Finally, Meats shows
how to use the renderer to create final images and scenes.

It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown (DVD)
PN1997.5 .I87 2000                                            25 minutes
It's Halloween, & Snoopy is playing a World War II ace, Charlie Brown, Lucy, & Pig Pen are out trick-
or-treating, and Linus is awaiting the arrival of the Great Pumpkin.

James and the giant peach (DVD)
PN1997.5 J36 2001                                            79 minutes
James' happy life at the English seaside is rudely ended when his parents are killed by a rhinoceros
and he goes to live with his two horrid aunts. Daringly saving the life of a spider he comes into
possession of magic boiled crocodile tongues, after which an enormous peach starts to grow in the
garden. Venturing inside he meets not only the spider but a number of new friends including a
ladybug and a centipede who help him with his plan to try and get to New York.

Kid stuff
PN1997.5 .K5 1990                                            6 minutes
A child sits at his desk, quietly humming as he draws. In the next room, his parents are talking. Their
voices grow louder... a fight is brewing. The child's drawings convey the impact of his parents' quarrel
with far greater intensity than words could ever manage. This powerful short film combines drawings
and puppet animation.

Landmarks of early film (DVD)
PN1993.5.A1 L36 1997                                            117 minutes
A compilation of the very earliest films from the first projections of moving images to the advent of the
feature film, an area of film history often underseen, underappreciated and understudied.

Leonard Maltin’s animation favorites from the National Film Board of Canada (DVD)
PN1997.5 .L46 1994B                                          95 minutes
Leonard Maltin introduces some of his favourite animated films from the National Film Board of
Canada's vast library produced over the last fifty years. Table of Contents: Begone dull care / Norman
McLaren; Mindscape / Jacques Drouin; Log driver's waltz / John Weldon; The cat came back / Cordell
Barker; Getting started / Richard Condie; The sweater / Sheldon Cohen; The street / Caroline Leaf;
Pas de deux / Norman McLaren; Anniversary / Marc Aubry, Michel Hébert.

Looney Tunes golden collection – 4 vols (DVD) York Campus
PN 1997.77 .L66…                                               320-442 minutes each, 4 DVDs
This boxed set combines four volumes of the beloved series LOONEY TUNES, including more than
200 restored classic cartoons and numerous bonus features. All the favorites from the Warner
Brothers stable are here: Bugs Bunny, Porky Pig, Daffy Duck, Road Runner, Elmer Fudd, Marvin the
Martian, Tweety, Yosemite Sam, and more. These hilarious cartoons changed the face of humor and
animation in the 20th century, and they're still just as funny today as they were when they were first
seen by lucky audiences. With the uncensored and uncut fun featured in Volume 3, this collection is
best suited for adult fans.

Madame Tutli-Putli (DVD)
PN1997.5 .M266 2008                                        17 minutes
In this animated feature Madame Tutli-Putli boards the night train with all her earthly possessions.
Travelling alone and facing the kindness and menace of strangers, day descends into dark while Tutli-
Putli finds herself caught up in a strange and ominous adventure.

The man who planted trees: a tribute to the extraordinary animator Frédéric Back (DVD)
King Campus
PN1997.5 .M36 2002                                        300 minutes, 4 DVDs
The complete collection of celebrated works by one of the most acclaimed animators of our time,
Frédéric Back.

McLuhan's wake (DVD)
PN1997.5 .M36 2002                                          94 minutes
Illuminates McLuhan's Laws of Media through archival footage of McLuhan speaking and teaching,
family photographs, original animation and digital effects.

Mickey Mouse in black and white: the classic collection – 2 vols (DVD) York Campus
PN6371.5 .M495 2002 & PN1997 .M535 2004                       256 & 334 minutes, 2 DVDs
Gain insights into Mickey's beginnings in new interviews with legendary Disney animators Frank
Thomas and Ollie Johnston. See the earliest visuals on record showing the creative birth of
animation's most historically significant cartoon as well as the only black-and-white cartoon pencil
footage known to exist.

Mickey Mouse in living color: a collection of color adventures – 2 vols (DVD) York Campus
PN1997 .M437 2001 & PN1997 .M4375 2003                  217 & 345 minutes, 2 DVDs
A compilation of classic color Mickey Mouse cartoons.

Moments of history : Canada vignettes
FC149 .M66 1996                                             34 minutes
Presents a series of very brief vignettes depicting Canada's history.

Monsters, Inc. (DVD)
PN1997 .M67 2001                                            300 minutes, 2 DVDs
Monsters generate their city's power by scaring children, but they are terribly afraid themselves of
being contaminated by children, so when one enters Monstropolis, top scarer Sulley find his world

More treasures from American film archives, 1894-1931: 50 films (DVD) York Campus
PN1993.5.U6 M6553 2004                                         573 minutes, 3 DVDs
An anthology of films from American film archives. In addition to rare silent-era features, includes
cartoons and animation, documentaries and newsreels, earliest American movies, pioneering sound
and color experiments, serial episodes, trailers for lost films, advertisements, avant-garde shorts,
ethnographic footage, films of ethnic communities, and other film types invented during the first four
decades of the motion picture. Contains 50 films followed by six previews for lost features and serials.
Also contains newly recorded musical scores and over 500 interactive screens about the films and

The National Film Board of Canada's Animation Festival
PN1997.5 .N38 1992                                          90 minutes
Collection of 11 exhilarating new films and five classic moments from the National Film Board of
Canada's world-famous animation studios.

Neurotica: middle-age spread and other life crises (DVD)
PN1997.5 .N48 1997                                            113 minutes
Collection of animated films including: Bob's birthday, No problem, George and Rosemary, Strings,
Big snit, Shyness, Getting started, Special delivery, Get a job, Why me?, Scant sanity.

Film animation: Canada on the world stage
News in review April 1997
D848 .C17 1997 Apr                                           15 minutes
An art form and craft pioneered in Canada, animation is a medium that is a significant part of a multi-
million dollar industry as well as an important expression of the Canadian identity..

Norman McLaren: the master's edition (DVD) York Campus
PN1998.3.M375 N676 2006                                       900 minutes, 7 DVDs
Brings together the complete works of Norman McLaren, from his initial experiments in Scotland in
1933 to his final NFB film in 1983. Features 58 films, tests, unfinished films and support material
(photographs, audio clips and more), along with 15 original documentaries contextualizing McLaren's
work and his creative process. In all, the compilation includes more than 130 video and audio
documents, divided by theme.

Pinocchio (DVD) York Campus
PN1997.5 .P556 1999                                           88 minutes
An animated musical version of Carlo Collodi's story of a little puppet who dreams of being a real boy.

Radio-Canada animation: a tribute to Frederic Back (DVD) York Campus
PN1997.5 .A55 2002                                         300 minutes, 7 DVDs
A tribute to Frederic Back's exceptional work, world renowned master of film animation"

Raven tales (DVD) Aboriginal Student Service
E99.T6 R382 2005                                         25 minutes each, 13 DVDs
Join Raven, Eagle and Frog in a land before time! Raven Tales concentrates on the wild and funny
adventures of Raven, the most powerful, and one might add, trickiest trouble-maker of the First
Nations' folklore.

Reading TV
PN 1992.5 .R422 1996                                         50 minutes
"Reading TV" brings together 5 provocative explorations of themes central to any inquiry into
television. This introductory resource for media literacy education provides opportunities to think
more critically about hat we see on television and to develop a better understanding of the most
influential and widely disseminated medium of communication.

Ryan: the special edition DVD (DVD)
PN1997.5 .R93 2005                                          94 minutes
provocative assembly of films that features Landreth's acclaimed short Ryan, as well as the
fascinating full-length documentary Alter Egos, directed by Laurence Green. Earlier animated works
by Chris Landreth, Bingo and the end, as well as the animated films of Ryan Larkin (Syrinx, Walking
and Street Musique) are also in this remarkable collection.

Showa Shinzan (DVD) York Campus
PN1997 .S5334 2003                                          13 minutes
Computer animation and archival footage tell the story of a Japanese girl who witnesses the birth of a
new volcano while living with her grandparents during World War II.

Silly symphonies (DVD) York Campus
PN1997 .S54535 2001                                         305 minutes, 2 DVDs
This groundbreaking series of 31 uncensored cartoons, released between 1929 and 1939, provides
an astonishing look inside the evolution of animation. Each boasting a unique cast of characters,
these musical shorts served as Walt Disney's proving ground for emerging technology, new musical
styles and experimental forms. Join composer Richard M. Sherman for an overview of the Silly
Symphony series, and take a peek inside the Disney archives to view some rare and remarkable
merchandise, conceptual art and theatrical posters.

Snow White and the seven dwarfs (DVD) York Campus
PN1997 .S66 2001                                          84 minutes, 2 DVDs
Fairy tale story of Snow White and the adventures she has with the seven dwarfs, the prince, and the
evil queen.

Spirited away (DVD) York Campus
PN1997.5 .S65 2003                                        125 minutes, 2 DVDs
When a young girl gets trapped in a strange new world of spirits, she must call upon the courage she
never knew she had to free herself and rescue her parents.

Strange invaders
PN1997.5 .S74 2001                                                 9 minutes
Roger and Doris have been living a quiet, comfortable life until one night they are awakened by the
arrival of a strange visitor. It's a child -- the answer to their dreams. A gift from heaven... or, from much
farther out? The strange little thing takes over, wrecking havoc on the entire household. Life, as the
couple knew it, is over. They're a family now and it's a nightmare.

The sweater, a childhood recollection
PN1997 .S83 1980                                           11 minutes
An animated version of the short story by Roch Carrier, based on his boyhood experiences in rural
Quebec in the late 1940's.

The three amigos (DVD)
HQ31 .T48 2004                                           12 minutes
The Three Amigos is a series of twenty Public Service Announcements (PSAs) in the form of short
comedic sketches, featuring three animated, talking condoms. Some 80 volunteers in Canada, India
and South Africa have created this ground-breaking behaviour modification programme to stop the
spread of HIV/AIDS.

Tomorrowland: Disney in space and beyond (DVD) York Campus
QB500.262 .T66 2001                                        240 minutes, 2 DVDs
See Walt Disney's vision of space exploration and how it helped build strong public support for the
government's space explorations.

Treasures from American film archives: 50 preserved films (DVD) York Campus
PN1993.5 .U6 2000                                          642 minutes, 4 DVDs
See Walt Disney's vision of space exploration and how it helped build strong public support for the
government's space explorations.

Treasures III social issues in American film, 1900-1934 (DVD) York Campus
PN1995.9.S62 T73 2007                                        738 minutes, 4 DVDs
Films from five major film archives: the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, George
Eastman House, the Library of Congress, the Museum of Modern Art, and the UCLA Film and
Television Archive.
Program 1. The city reformed. The black hand ; How they rob men in Chicago ; The voice of the violin
; The usurer's grip ; From the submerged ; Hope, a Red Cross seal story ; The cost of carelessness ;
Lights and shadows in a city of a million ; 6,000,000 American children are not in school ; The soul of
youth ; Saved by the Juvenile Court ; A call for help from Sing Sing
Program 2. New women. Kansas saloon smashers ; Why Mr. Nation wants a divorce ; Trial marriages
; Manhattan Trade School for Girls ; The strong arm squad of the future ; A lively affair ; A suffragette
in spite of himself ; On to Washington ; The hazards of Helen: Episode 13 ; Where are my children? ;
The courage of the commonplace ; Poor Mrs. Jones! ; Offers herself as bride for $10,000
Program 3. Toil and tyranny. Uncle Sam and the Bolsheviki-I.W.W. rat ; The crime of carelessness ;
Who pays?: Episode 12 ; Labor's reward ; Listen to some words of wisdom ; The godless girl
Program 4. Americans in the making. Emigrants landing at Ellis Island ; An American in the making ;
Ramona ; Redskin ; The united snakes of America ; Uncle Sam donates for Liberty Loans ; 100%
American ; Bud's recruit ; The reawakening ; Eight prohibition newsreels.

The triplets of Belleville (DVD) York Campus
PN1995.9.F67 T74 2004                                      77 minutes
Champion, a melancholy little boy, is adopted by his grandmother Madam Souza. Noticing his passion
for cycling, Madame Souza coaches Champion through grueling training. The years pass. Champion
has become a cycling prince and is just about to win the prestigious Tour de France.

Walt Disney on the front lines: the war years (DVD) York Campus
D743 .W35 2003                                              210 minutes, 2 DVDs
See never-before-seen Disney war effort productions, including exclusive declassified material,
training, propaganda and educational films. Includes "Victory Through Air Power," Disney's 27th
animated classic. First hand accounts of the work at Disney.

Wapos Bay Aboriginal Student Service
E99.C88 … 2008                                                24 minutes each, 13 DVDs
Wapos Bay is an award-winning series of stop-motion animations (claymation) about three Cree
children living in remote northern Saskatchewan. Guided by elders, extended family and their own
insatiable curiosity, T-Bear, Talon and Raven learn how to balance traditional ways with newer ones.
In this episode, T-Bear, learns it's better to come out and tell the truth. Wapos Bay decides to make it
easier for elders and people with disabilities to get around.

When the dust settles King Campus
PN1997.5 W55 1997                                            8 minutes
By sundown two angry un-neighbourly gophers have all but obliterated each others homes. Video
tackles conflict in lively, humorous and provocative ways. It shows that amidst the chaos that conflicts
create, there are still paths to reconciliation.

Wonder women (DVD)
PN1997.5 .W66 2005                                             69 minutes
A riotous mix of ladies fresh out of their creators' imaginations. They're raring to ho. These seven
award-winning animation films reflect the richness of the human experience and the extraordinary in
the ordinary.

ZBrush production pipeline (DVD) York Campus
TR897.7 .M43 2005                                            255 minutes, 2 DVDs
This DVD focuses on the relationship between Maya (or any 3D package) and the wonderful
sculpting, texturing and displacement creation tool that is ZBrush.

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