1. ACCESS

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    --- for more information about what Islanders are doing to lobby the PEI Government for Access to a full range of reproductive and sexual helath facilities please visit: THE PEI Reproductive Right Organization's web site - http://prro.lostwarren.com ---- Access to sexual heath and female reproductive facilities continues to be a social injustice and struggle faced by women all across the globe. In Prince Edward Island, Canada - a place that is considered to be a leader in human rights and social justice - there is no sexual health clinic or female centred resource/health centre focused on female reproductive and sexual health. In 2013 - Island women must travel off Island to receive a full range of sexual and reproductive services and consistently face six to twelve month wait periods to see a health specialist trained in the female body. This mini documentary is the beginning of a larger project that brings together Islander's thoughts and opinions on this topic. Presented here are the faces of women listening to their peers, neighbours, and community members expressing their opinions and thoughts on the topic "Access to female reproductive and sexual health facilities." - As the documentary grows the faces will diversify in race, age and identified genders. This work is part of Becka Viau's MFA Studio Research, for more information visit: http://proximityanddistance.wordpress.com

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    • Access - #2

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      --- for more information about what Islanders are doing to lobby the PEI Government for Access to a full range of reproductive and sexual health facilities please visit: THE PEI Reproductive Right Organization's web site - prro.lostwarren.com ---- Access to sexual heath and female reproductive facilities continues to be a social injustice and struggle faced by women all across the globe. In Prince Edward Island, Canada - a place that is considered to be a leader in human rights and social justice - there is no sexual health clinic or female centred resource/health centre focused on female reproductive and sexual health. In 2013 - Island women must travel off Island to receive a full range of sexual and reproductive services and consistently face six to twelve month wait periods to see a health specialist trained in the female body. This mini documentary is the the second installment of a larger project (( - See the first installment here: https://vimeo.com/57465750 - )) that brings together Islander's thoughts and opinions on this topic. Presented here are the faces of women listening to their peers, neighbours, and community members expressing their opinions and thoughts on the topic "Access to female reproductive and sexual health facilities on Prince Edward Island" - As the documentary grows the faces will diversify in race, age and identified genders. This work is part of Becka Viau's MFA Studio Research, for more information visit: proximityanddistance.wordpress.com

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      • According to John Acorn

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        from Jason Arsenault / Added

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        First film made way back in 2003/2003. 16mm.

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        • After The Storm

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          from Andrew Finlay / Added

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          Landscapes after a winter storm on Prince Edward Island. Shot on Canon t4i, GoPro Hero HD + DJI Phantom.

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          • Alex Starts Talking - 6 years & 2 months old

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            from jypsy norman-bain / Added

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            This video is a reenactment of how Alex started talking. Alex had started talking, in a session just like this, with this little friend Ashley (see http://therunman.blogspot.com/2007/03/detour-ashley-clarkes-year-to-remember.html) about 2 weeks earlier in February 1994 (although one of the TAs -not his- says it's "May" at the beginning of the video it wasn't, it was March, 1994). Alex was 6 years & 2 months old at the time and in grade 1. At the end Alex gives a demonstration of some of his math and literacy skills. Alex's TA "MJ" is leading the session. Alex left the class for 20 minutes every day for speech therapy and was always accompanied by a classmate. Every classmate (and their parents) were offered the opportunity to be a peer helper during Alex's speech sessions and each and every one of them wanted to and was given parental permission to participate. Ashley and Alex were very close in grade 1, she moved away after grade 1 and did not see him again until she moved back to PEI during high school. Although Alex had been through years of situations like this with his SLP & "MJ", and his parents, siblings, family and friends had all tried to elicit words from him, it was Ashley that held the key to his speech and it came after his 6th birthday. From that point on he repeated anything you asked him to and read aloud everything he had, until then, been reading to himself.

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            • All I Want

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              • AMHERST.

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                Bringing Summerside, to Amherst. Film Cred: Brent Remley, Matt Ross, Morgan Macnevin "Bongzilla - Sunnshine Green"

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                • An Exit Interview with Lisa Murphy

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                  Lisa Murphy is finishing her work with the PEI Advisory Council on the Status of Women after involvement spanning 22 years, most as Executive Director. In this casual interview, Lisa reflects on feminism, accomplishments, and hopes for the future of the Advisory Council. Thank you, Lisa, for your many years of work on behalf of Prince Edward Island women. We wish you go well. To learn more about the PEI Advisory Council on the Status of Women, visit http://www.gov.pe.ca/acsw June 2012

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                  • Angel Grid: The First 3 Minutes

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                    An elite youth police squad takes on the gangs in post-apocalyptic Los Angeles. Also post production notes, pics and other related topics here: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Angel-Grid/281643958512872

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                    • An interview with Gil Collins, a pioneer of football on PEI.

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                      In the late 1950s, Gil Collins and two other young men came from Saskatchewan to Prince Edward Island to attend St. Dunstan's University, and to help establish a football team. In this interview, Gil reflects on that experience and talks about the value of playing on the newly-formed Holland College Hurricanes football team.

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