Collaborative Schools Model



Here is were you can see some of the work that Lorna Thomas Productions has completed.

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RADIO WORTH FIGHTING FOR", is a documentary for CHUM (Bravo) about public radio and the fight to save listener-supported radio station CKUA."Radio Worth Fighting For" will air on Bravo! December 12th, 2004 at 6pm (West) and 8pm (East).

The link below is for the film clip "Radio Worth Fighting For"
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To place your order for your copy of the DVD "Radio Worth Fighting For"
Contact: Lisa Miller lmiller@compusmart.ab.ca

In 2002 Lorna Thomas Productions partnered with Trick Rider Productions to produce “PRETTY LADIES, FAST HORSES”— COWGIRLS OF THE 21st CENTURY for Global Television. The film won third place in the sports category at the “Houston International Film Festival 2003.”

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INSPIRING TEACHERS: The Collaborative Schools Model Length: 14 minutes
Produced in 2003 for the Faculty of Education, University of Alberta This film demonstrates a new way for teachers and principals to work with student teachers.

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PHYLLIS' MIRACLE-Transformed by Cancer Winner of "Bronze Award" in the Mental Health Category The Columbus International Film and Video Festival (The 2000 Chris Awards)

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Stir it Up -An NFB/ LTP CO-production.
Directed by Lorna Thomas.
Stir it Up is a documentary about collective kitchens, a grassroots movement that nourishes the body and the spirit

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Beating the Streets -A NFB/ LTP CO-production.
Directed by Lorna Thomas.
Exposes the poverty, racism and violence that drive kids onto the street, in a positive and optimistic story of survival and beating the odds.

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Bursting with Fruit Flavor

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Krystall Dragon Productions / Jimmy Hooper

Co-operative Production

©2000 Lorna Thomas Productions