Films by Subject Career Guidance

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Ad Factory 2 - 12 Part Series

Plug. Pitch. Promote. Display. Endorse. Notify. Inform. Put on the map. Sponsor. Sell. Hype. Herald. Exhibit. There are a slew of ways to define the process of getting a product attention and sales; AD FACTORY peeks behind the screen to reveal the inner workings of television’s most influential and interesting advertisements.
Release
2014
Minutes
30
Grade Level
S-C
Format
DVD

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Ad Factory 9 Part Series

Plug. Pitch. Promote. Display. Endorse. Notify. Inform. Put on the map. Sponsor. Sell. Hype. Herald. Exhibit. There are a slew of ways to define the process of getting a product attention and sales; AD FACTORY peeks behind the screen to reveal the inner workings of television’s most influential and interesting advertisements.
Release
2013
Minutes
26
Grade Level
S-C
Format
DVD

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Ad Men: The Original Mad Men

AD Men: The Original Mad Men features original advertising professionals who were at the forefront of modern advertising, including David Altschiller, George Lois, and Rich Silverstein. They discuss how they got into the advertising industry and share their personal stories and achievements throughout their careers. How was the very first creative advertising agency created? 

Release
2014
Minutes
40
Grade Level
S-C
Format
DVD

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Adventures in Voice Acting Part 3: Finding a Way In

Finding a Way In Learn directly from the voice actors at various stages in their career of the struggles and re- wards of pursuing this path. The stars share their time managements strategies and dem- onstrate the voice training and warm up tech- niques they use to achieve control of the flex- ibility and character of their voice.
Release
2010
Minutes
20
Grade Level
S-C
Format
DVD

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Adventures In Voice Acting Part 5: Is it Worth It?

Is It Worth It? Though a career in voice acting is full of cre- ative expression and fun, it also presents cer- tain challenges. The actors examine the sac- rifices they've made and the financial realities they've had to adapt to in order to achieve suc- cess in this field. In sharing what it is about this occupation that makes it worth the fight, they give important advice to students exploring their career options.
Release
2010
Minutes
20
Grade Level
S-C
Format
DVD

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Adventures in Voice Acting: 5-Part Series

Adventures in Voice Acting is a series of frank and entertaining interviews with a broad spectrum of professionals involved in the field of voice recording, established stars, young voice actors just starting out, animation producers and casting directors. Learn what goes on during a recording session from the perspectives of the performer and sound engineer.
Release
2010
Minutes
20
Grade Level
S-C
Format
DVD

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Close Ties

Close Ties provides an intimate look at a rites of passage ceremony that connects teenage boys with male role models.

Release
2012
Minutes
27
Grade Level
S-C
Format
DVD

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Designers - Seven Part Series

This series is aimed to stimulate interest in the design and the application of technologies.
Release
2004
Minutes
7 x 15
Grade Level
S
Format
DVD and VHS

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How To Look at a Painting - 12 Part series

This dazzling art series reveals a fresh and exciting perspective on how to truly appreciate and better understand the world of painting.


Release
2013
Minutes
24
Grade Level
S-C
Format
DVD

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iGeneration: Breaking the Mold

Breaking the Mold Is the choice between dreams and practicality really a dilemma? While the students and recent graduates feel a responsibility to fulfill their dreams, and their parents show concern for their livelihoods, we learn from the experts that there are practical ways to shape your career path in accordance with your abilities and passions. They offer methods to realistically assessing what occupation is right for you and steps to starting a career in the chosen field.
Release
2010
Minutes
20
Grade Level
S-C
Format
DVD

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iGeneration: Design Your Future: 3-Part Series

In this three-part series, a group of young people share their experiences of making the transition from school to starting a career. Some went to college, some graduated, some entered the workforce straight out of high school, while others decided to change their careers and pursue education later in life. The series features Dr. Nadir Baksh, Psy.D., a Licensed Clinical Forensic Psychologist and Laurie Murphy, Ph.D. a Registered Nurse Counselor whose experience in private practice gives them a unique perspective on the issues young people have to face, and the consequences of having the wrong approach in choosing a career. They offer practical and realistic methods for building a career without giving up on one's dreams.
Release
2010
Minutes
20
Grade Level
S-C
Format
DVD

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iGeneration: Generation whY

Generation whY The students discuss the important issues their generation is facing and the role high school & higher education play in preparing youth for dealing with real world issues. They speak of what they would like to see changed in the education system, and what is worth taking advantage of. The importance of critical thinking and an alert mind are crucial to the transition from the role of passive student to a member of the workforce. This episode promotes open discussion and invites a reexamination of the role one plays in society
Release
2010
Minutes
20
Grade Level
S-C
Format
DVD

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iGeneration: Race Against Time

Race Against Time This episode focuses on the importance of understanding financial realities and assessing the cost of education. The interviewees reveal their experiences in dealing with debt and discuss the value of a college education beyond earning a degree. The importance of experience and networking is indispensable as a degree doesn't guarantee a job. A featured topic is dealing with career changes because of a disability or going to college later in life. Experts examine the right and wrong reasons to invest in an education and give advice on perseverance
Release
2010
Minutes
20
Grade Level
S-C
Format
DVD

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India On The Catwalk

Manish Arora is one of the biggest icons in the world of Indian fashion today. He is known for a rich palette of psychedelic colors and kitsch motifs in garments combining India and the West. With creations worn by stars like Lady Gaga, he now has international acclaim. In India on the Catwalk, Arora takes the audience back to where it all began, telling a personal story about his rise to fame the international fashion scene.
Release
2013
Minutes
28
Grade Level
S-C
Format
DVD

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Innovation Lab - 10 Part Series

INNOVATION LAB is a series that unveils the secrets of cre- ativity, design, technology and goes behind the scenes in companies that have successfully implemented cutting-edge business models. Innovation Lab gathers the most creative ideas and innovative companies from different industries.
Release
2013
Minutes
24
Grade Level
S-C
Format
DVD

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Made to Order: Anatomy of a Tasting Menu

Taking the future of culinary education to heart, the Rubinos gear up to lead a workshop in tasting menu production for some of the country's most promising young talents. Prepped by a lecture and provided with a pantry full of raw ingredients, the student chefs keenly apply some Rubino basics to their own tasting menu creations.
Release
2009
Minutes
21
Grade Level
S-C
Format
DVD

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Made to Order: Champagne for All Seasons

Three chefs, three menus, one kitchen, 150 guests, 8,000 miles away. These are the parameters for a new event the Rubino brothers are asked to co-host along with the champagne maker Moet & Chandon to launch the opening of the Four Seasons Hotel in Hong Kong.
Release
2009
Minutes
21
Grade Level
S-C
Format
DVD

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Made to Order: Cookbook Proposal

Having established successful careers in the restaurant business, the Rubinos take the next step in building their brand by testing the waters of the publishing world. With requests from loyal patrons to document their recipes, the brothers educate themselves about the art and business of creating a cookbook. Thomas Keller, Masaharu Morimoto and Alfred Portale make guest appearances.
Release
2009
Minutes
21
Grade Level
S-C
Format
DVD

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Made to Order: Dim Sum

Craving a new food experience that is both delicious and educational, the Rubinos fly to Hong Kong, the world capital of dim sum with more than 10,000 restaurants specializing in this age-old fare. Guy apprentices under a dim sum master while Michael learns all there is to know about the traditional pairing of tea and dim sum.
Release
2009
Minutes
21
Grade Level
S-C
Format
DVD

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Made to Order: Food Science (Molecular Gastronomy)

Molecular gastronomy is a hot topic burning up the culinary world. As with any controversy, the Rubinos are hooked by opposing views coming in from gastronomic purists and hypermodern cooks alike. The only way to really get to the heart of the matter is to jump right in. A fresh approach to demystifying the old school vs. new school battle leads the Rubinos to some of America's leaders in culinary science. In the end, only ones palette can be the true judge of any culinary creation and an expert panel is called in to assess the validity of the food science movement or to make it history.
Release
2009
Minutes
21
Grade Level
S-C
Format
DVD

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Made to Order: Gone Fishing

Guy Rubino's sous chef Greg brings freshly-caught trout to the kitchen and starts a debate. Could the average person tell the difference between wild and farm-raised? The challenge is on, with input from a fishery expert and environmentalist David Suzuki before Guy prepares both types for a table of discriminating fishmongers... stay tuned for their verdict!
Release
2009
Minutes
21
Grade Level
S-C
Format
DVD

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Made to Order: The Making of a Chef

What initially leads a young person to choose cooking as a profession can contrast starkly with the sacrifice and long, hard years of training it takes to become a chef. Guy Rubino takes an undecided neophyte through the paces of an often arduous career choice. When an unexpected disaster derails a regular workday, the true grit of a committed kitchen staff separates the cooks from the chefs.
Release
2009
Minutes
21
Grade Level
S-C
Format
DVD

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Made to Order: Total Organic

With a request for an all-organic dinner at their restaurant, Michael and Guy Rubino explore their region's purest farmland and learn a thing or two about certified organic food. The Rubinos discover that the philosophy behind organic farming and food production is not so dissimilar from their own quest for food integrity.
Release
2009
Minutes
21
Grade Level
S-C
Format
DVD

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Made to Order: Truffle Challenge

Fatos, an exclusive distributor of truffles, challenges Guy to create a one-of-a-kind "truffles tasting menu."
Release
2009
Minutes
21
Grade Level
S-C
Format
DVD

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Mark It II - 6 Part Series

No other function in our world is evolving more than marketing: what are the new rules of branding, communication anddifferentiation? MARK IT explores new marketing and media concepts that are revolutionizing the way we consume and create advertising: from online and mobile marketing to the power of creativity.
Release
2014
Minutes
30
Grade Level
S-C
Format
DVD

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Mark It: 12 part series

No other function in our world is evolving more than marketing: what are the new rules of branding, communication and differentiation?
Release
2013
Minutes
25
Grade Level
S-C
Format
DVD

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Tech Tools 13-Part Series

More than anywhere else, science and technology prove their worth in the workplace. From farming and infrastructure, to science and surgery, we rely on science and technology to complete our daily tasks. In this unique series, we look at the scientific breakthroughs and the cutting-edge technologies that have allowed us to move our world forward, across a variety of professions.

Release
2012
Minutes
24
Grade Level
S-C
Format
DVD

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Tech Tools: Aviation

The aviation industry showcases some of mankind’s greatest
achievements. From the Concorde to the new Airbus A380,
Tech Tools explores the technology behind the industry’s success
stories. Aviation academies now offer world-class training
for aviation professionals including pilots and flight attendants.
Virgin Atlantic helps lead the way in creating a sustainable, biofuel
powered industry aiming to reduce their carbon footprint.
Many exhibitions showcase the latest designs and technological
advances in interior cabins, as well as offering new structure
innovations that are sure to be used for years to come. The aviation
industry is one that has greatly benefited from the growth
in technology.

Release
2012
Minutes
24
Grade Level
S-C
Format
DVD

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Tech Tools: Building & Construction

Buildings old and new create the physical environment in which
we live, work and play. This episode looks at the cutting edge
techniques involved in restoration, ecofriendly housing and
more. Technology is helping to achieve some remarkable feats
in the industry, from aiding the completion of the Sagrada Familia
to building relocations, and providing tools toward creating a
sustainable industry. Rotating buildings are being designed and
subways constructed under heritage cities, all due to the innovations
of our time and its application to complex projects. This
is one industry that is embracing technology to the fullest and
giving workers across the industry the tools to achieve.

Release
2012
Minutes
24
Grade Level
S-C
Format
DVD

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Tech Tools: Design

Design plays an important role in our lives, with Designers using technology to assist in developing products that we use and wear. The fusion of technology and design is imperative if we are to create practical and sustainable clothing and products. Exploring the first powered looms to graphic design and fiber optics, this episode takes you on a journey through the innovations across the design and textile industry. With the industrial revolution being the catalyst for change, the industry has pushed its way into the 21st century by keeping up with trends and consumer demand across the board. Influencing change in fashion, interiors and textiles, technological developments within the realm of design, mean a more efficient industry that allows designers the tools to be innovative.

Release
2012
Minutes
24
Grade Level
S-C
Format
DVD

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Tech Tools: Drivers

Technology is allowing drivers of today a safer, more comfortable ride, providing tools to navigate, pre-empt and react. Development of Satellite navigation allows taxi drivers, couriers and other drivers a helping hand, meaning a more productive and efficient work day. Advancements in safety features over recent years provide consumers a world of alternatives and keeping up with the latest in-car gadgets has evoked a whole new consumer demand. With safety and comfort at the forefront of future deigns, research and development in the car industry is a promising force behind the innovations, offering those that drive for a living more and more options every day.

Release
2012
Minutes
24
Grade Level
S-C
Format
DVD

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Tech Tools: Emergency Services

The many facets of emergency services professionals have been
put to the test in recent years with an increase in natural and
man-made disasters. 

Release
2012
Minutes
24
Grade Level
S-C
Format
DVD

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Tech Tools: Farming & Agriculture

Back-breaking labor is a thing of the past. Aided by technological advancements, the Farming and Agricultural industries have progressed by leaps and bounds and use the latest ideas to ensure more yields and safer systems. From turning waste into biogas and tackling the diverse world of genetically modified crops, this episode of Tech Tools proves the worth of technology in this industry. Exploring the latest machinery from New Holland, turning waste into biofuel, and medicinal crops, the Agricultural industry has propelled itself into the 21st Century, paving the way for future generations of Farmers.

Release
2012
Minutes
24
Grade Level
S-C
Format
DVD

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Tech Tools: Hospitals & Medicine

Taking major leaps forward in diagnosis, surgeries and systems, the healthcare industry is one that mixes the old with the new, offering hope for the future. With new surgery techniques offering safer and quicker alternatives, and ancient diagnosis practices moving in to a new era, the possibilities for the future of medicine are endless. The ongoing technical advancements of fusing medicine and science have allowed the healthcare industry multiple platforms in which to grow. Robot doctors, MRI, and the original tool of the trade, the Stethoscope, are just some of the major stories covered while we explore the Tech Tools of Hospitals.

Release
2012
Minutes
24
Grade Level
S-C
Format
DVD

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Tech Tools: Law & Order

Police officers, border control personnel and detectives are just
some of the groups of law enforcement that benefit from the
latest that technology has to offer. From heartbeat detection
techniques to shoeprint databases, officers are constantly being
given more tools to help them on the job. India is upgrading
their police uniforms to suit the climate, utilizing the latest materials
to help control temperature and moisture. Italian police
are tackling online crime with a virtual police station. New ideas
are being developed to tackle contemporary crime made possible
by the growth of technology.

Release
2012
Minutes
24
Grade Level
S-C
Format
DVD

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Tech Tools: Marine Industries

People who work on or around water, such as fishermen, marine
biologists and boat operators are reaping the rewards of an
ever-evolving industry, which provide the latest gadgets, luxuries
and environmentally friendly designs. 

Release
2012
Minutes
24
Grade Level
S-C
Format
DVD

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Tech Tools: Military & Defense Forces

Each year the equipment available to defense forces multiples, improves and provides soldiers with the technology to stay alive. This episode explores the latest in Army uniforms, artillery, machinery and systems that keep our armed forces at the forefront of defense. The smallest improvements available in equipment have a huge impact in the field, providing lifesaving innovations, comfort solutions and a safer working environment for those who take on some of the toughest jobs in the world. Submarines, tanks and airborne surveillance are featured in this episode, showcasing the latest innovations.

Release
2012
Minutes
24
Grade Level
S-C
Format
DVD

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Tech Tools: Space Exploration

Before man set foot on the moon, many of us have dreamt of
going into space. Now, with developments in space tourism
those dreams may become reality. With Virgin Galactic set to
offer suborbital flights in the not too distant future and other
companies experimenting with similar programs, space travel
for the public is an achievable development aided by continuous
research and advancements across the industry. Along with
technologies allowing mapping of the moon, the ATLAS experiment
on track to answer some of the most challenging questions
about our universe and the ESA working towards sending
man to Mars, the future of space exploration looks set to offer
some momentous discoveries.

Release
2102
Minutes
24
Grade Level
S-C
Format
DVD

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Tech Tools: Sporting

Technology in sport has come along a long way, from the simplest timing devices such as stopwatches, to advances in fabric and nutritional information, allowing athletes to compete and train in comfort, as well as to their optimum level of fitness. 

Release
2012
Minutes
24
Grade Level
S-C
Format
DVD

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Tech Tools: Teaching

Teachers are an asset to our society, educating our children
ensures the success of our future. The age of the Internet and
other information technologies has assisted in the classroom by
providing access to a world of knowledge and the tools in which
to teach. Ensuring easy access to education is a key motivator
in the education sector, helping to improve the lives of those
who previously had little opportunity to learn. Today, laptops
are distributed to the impoverished, tutors are available online
and children in remote areas visit their classroom via webcam.
Technology is giving teachers, tutors and lecturers across all
levels of education a chance to reach a larger audience and the
tools in which to encourage, engage and fascinate students.

Release
2012
Minutes
24
Grade Level
S-C
Format
DVD

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THE HEAT with Mark McEwan Part 10: Integra

Celebrity chef Rob Feenie flies in from the west coast to join McEwan in catering a charity dinner.
Release
2009
Minutes
21
Grade Level
S-C
Format
DVD

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THE HEAT with Mark McEwan Part 11: Opera House

The Canadian Opera Company is unveiling their brand new, world-class facility, and McEwan's feeling the pressure as he the first caterer to break in the new venue.
Release
2009
Minutes
21
Grade Level
S-C
Format
DVD

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THE HEAT with Mark McEwan Part 12: Mexican Birthday Bash

It's McEwan's first time doing Mexican food. Will Mark be able to pull it off while sticking to five-star standards?
Release
2009
Minutes
21
Grade Level
S-C
Format
DVD

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THE HEAT with Mark McEwan Part 13: Chef's Wedding

One of Mark's own is taking the plunge and Mark has been asked to cater the event.
Release
2009
Minutes
21
Grade Level
S-C
Format
DVD

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THE HEAT with Mark McEwan Part 14: Upcountry

One of Mark's own is taking the plunge and Mark has been asked to cater the event.
Release
2009
Minutes
21
Grade Level
S-C
Format
DVD

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THE HEAT with Mark McEwan Part 17: Whistler

Mark travels to Whislter B.C. to battle Canada's top Chefs in the Gold Medal Plates Canadian Culinary Championships.
Release
2009
Minutes
21
Grade Level
S-C
Format
DVD

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THE HEAT with Mark McEwan Part 19: Hugo Boss Charity Event

Held on a hot summer day, can Mark and his team pull off the event without a refrigerator?
Release
2009
Minutes
21
Grade Level
S-C
Format
DVD

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THE HEAT with Mark McEwan Part 2: Patio Opening

McEwan invites his regular clientele to his restaurant to celebrate the opening of the patio. It's sure to be mayhem with the restaurant fully booked and a rapidly growing guest list.
Release
2009
Minutes
21
Grade Level
S-C
Format
DVD

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THE HEAT with Mark McEwan Part 20: Farm Wedding

Mark and his team travel two hours north to cater an outdoor farm wedding. A kitchen under a tent proves to be a major challenge when the weather suddenly takes a turn for the worse.
Release
2009
Minutes
21
Grade Level
S-C
Format
DVD

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THE HEAT with Mark McEwan Part 21: ONE Opening

Toronto's hottest neighborhood is abuzz with anticipation surrounding the opening of Mark's new restaurant One.
Release
2009
Minutes
21
Grade Level
S-C
Format
DVD

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