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Saturday, September 23, 2017
Bill Richards: Compositions for TV/VideoMinimize

1. "Intros" and "Extros", stings, and interludes for a University of Saskatchewan, Department of Native Studies television series, 1991. Introduction to Native Studies is a joint project of the Department of Native Studies, University of Saskatchewan, and the Saskatchewan Indian Federated College, University of Regina, produced by the Division of Audio-Visual Services (DAVS) in cooperation with the Saskatchewan Communications Network (SCN), 1991-1992. Professor Guy Lavallee (Department of Native Studies, U. of S.), lecturer/coordinator/content supervisor; Division of Extension (U. of S.), program designers; Frank Bulk, producer/director (DAVS); Frank Harrington, sound engineer (DAVS).



2. "Intros" and "Extros", and stings, for four interactive computer installations at the Wanuskewin Heritage Park (Producer and project coordinator: The Wanuskewin Group, Saskatoon), 1992.



3. "Intros" and "Extros", and stings, for Developing and Marketing A Food Product, an instructional video, 1992, produced for the University of Saskatchewan Department of Applied Microbiology and Food Science and Saskatchewan Foodtalk (with Saskatchewan Agriculture Development Fund) by the Division of Audio-Visual Services, University of Saskatchewan. Frank Bulk, producer/director/editor; Frank Harrington, audio engineer.



4. A trailer for a documentary featuring Saskatchewan archaeology from a cultural perspective, produced by Richard Gorrie (Maple Street Productions, Saskatoon), was completed and distributed in 1992 (limited distribution) and included a score comprising out-takes—at the request of the producer—of my thesis composition, Wanuskewin (for this project, I arranged and realized these segments by computer sequencer/synthesizer). Executive Producer, Veronica Camracy (Midland Walwyn Capital Inc.); Producer/Director, Ian Preston (Shadowland Moving Picture Co. Ltd.); Project consultant, Dr. Ernie Walker; Associate Producer, Chief Cy Standing; Director of Photography, Ian Preston.




1. "Intros" and "Extros", stings, and interludes for a University of Saskatchewan, Department of Native Studies television series, 1991. Introduction to Native Studies is a joint project of the Department of Native Studies, University of Saskatchewan, and the Saskatchewan Indian Federated College, University of Regina, produced by the Division of Audio-Visual Services (DAVS) in cooperation with the Saskatchewan Communications Network (SCN), 1991-1992. Professor Guy Lavallee (Department of Native Studies, U. of S.), lecturer/coordinator/content supervisor; Division of Extension (U. of S.), program designers; Frank Bulk, producer/director (DAVS); Frank Harrington, sound engineer (DAVS).



2. "Intros" and "Extros", and stings, for four interactive computer installations at the Wanuskewin Heritage Park (Producer and project coordinator: The Wanuskewin Group, Saskatoon), 1992.



3. "Intros" and "Extros", and stings, for Developing and Marketing A Food Product, an instructional video, 1992, produced for the University of Saskatchewan Department of Applied Microbiology and Food Science and Saskatchewan Foodtalk (with Saskatchewan Agriculture Development Fund) by the Division of Audio-Visual Services, University of Saskatchewan. Frank Bulk, producer/director/editor; Frank Harrington, audio engineer.



4. A trailer for a documentary featuring Saskatchewan archaeology from a cultural perspective, produced by Richard Gorrie (Maple Street Productions, Saskatoon), was completed and distributed in 1992 (limited distribution) and included a score comprising out-takes—at the request of the producer—of my thesis composition, Wanuskewin (for this project, I arranged and realized these segments by computer sequencer/synthesizer). Executive Producer, Veronica Camracy (Midland Walwyn Capital Inc.); Producer/Director, Ian Preston (Shadowland Moving Picture Co. Ltd.); Project consultant, Dr. Ernie Walker; Associate Producer, Chief Cy Standing; Director of Photography, Ian Preston.