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            PR4283 · Fonds · 1989-2008

            The textual records consist of board meeting minutes, annual general meeting minutes, grant files, conference files, correspondence, presidents’ reports, media releases, administrative files, and financial files. The records are comprehensive, well-organized, and document the history of the organization from its earliest years. The optical disc contains electronic copies of files similar to the above but also includes born-digital files of similar scope.

            Alberta Media Arts Alliance Society
            PR4032 · Fonds · 1979-2009

            The fonds consists of records from festival events from the very first festival up to the 2009 edition. Records include programs, handbooks, pamphlets, delegate directories, newsletters, press books, photographs of events, and audiovisual recordings of events such as master classes and awards presentations. Included in the video and audio coverage are the awards ceremonies, conference sessions, interviews, classes, workshops, social events, and promotional material.

            The textual records are arranged into financial, event, general, transportation, technical, correspondence, media, registration, conference, and programs series.

            Banff Television Festival Foundation
            PR4281 · Fonds · 1978-2014

            The fonds consists of administrative files created by CSIF over the course of its history. These include grant applications, minutes, correspondence, bylaws, policies, and newsletters. There are also program files for specific events such as the $100 Film Festival, film screenings, workshops, etc. There are also publicity files and press clippings that include posters, flyers, and other media.

            The photos, slides, and negatives depict CSIF events or are production stills from CSIF members’ film shoots. The films are all copies of CSIF members’ work. This is not a complete collection of CSIF members’ films and should be considered a representative sample of CSIF works.

            Calgary Society of Independent Filmmakers
            PR2899 · Fonds · [197-]

            Fonds consists of four completed film productions, elements and cue sheets for the Alberta television series, Heading Out: 1.Cy Hampson Wilderness 2.Country Vacations and Lakeland Area 3.North Forestry 4.Backpacking Also includes outtakes and raw footage of subjects such as coal mining and tree nursery operations, roadside signs, ferries, bridges, the Lethbridge Japanese garden, and the Prince of Wales Hotel at Waterton.

            Century II Motion Pictures
            Chuck Ross fonds
            PR2767 · Fonds · 1944-1945

            The fonds consists of four 16 mm newsreels produced from 1944 to 1945 by the cameramen of the Canadian Army Film and Photo Unit, one of whom was Chuck Ross.; one video cassette copy containing the four newsreels; several publications related to the development of film in Canada and Alberta; photographs documenting his service with the Canadian Army; and an Canadian Film Award, Best Film and Travel Adventure for his film "Under the Sun" in 1971.

            Ross, Chuck
            Dale Phillips fonds
            PR2223 · Fonds · 1964-2004

            The fonds consists of 16mm films and film elements, videotapes and audiotapes for films (some completed productions and some not completed), including Born Hutterite, Crash Course Alberta, Shadows of War, Great Divide Waterfall Project, Newfoundland After Codfish, Coking in the Crowsnest Pass, Transportation Crisis, and Rock Fest. Also included are proposals, contracts, business files, minutes, scripts, correspondence, and research material for films that Dale Phillips worked on; office files for companies and other projects that Dale Phillips worked on such as Filmwest, Edmonton's Snowflake Fantasy Winterfest; an Industrial Archaeology conference; issues of the literary review magazine NeWest Review for which Phillips was writer and editor; other magazines, newspapers and newsletters; and film industry reference books.

            The fonds also consists of material that was created for a documentary entitled Where Time Begins, aka Chukotka. The documentary follows Niobe Thompson, a then-doctoral candidate at the Scott Polar Research Institute at Cambridge University, and his wife, Linda Chang, on a year-long journey through Chukotka in the far northeastern tip of Russia as part of a research and humanitarian project with indigenous populations. The audiovisual material related to this project documents the entirety of Thompson and Chang's work in Chukota with many hours shot with Albertan First Nations communities, as well. The project records also include textual material such as shot lists, production files, budgets, proposals, and correspondence.

            Phillips, Dale
            PR3820 · Fonds · 1985-2012

            The fonds consists of administrative records of the Dreamspeakers Festival Society and audiovisual records of films submitted to the film festival.

            The administrative records include festival programs, files for individual film submissions, society bylaws, executive director reports, publicity files, board of director minutes and correspondence, Walk of Honour correspondence and files, and fundraising/sponsorship files.

            The majority of audiovisual records consist of submissions for the film festival. Selected submissions include those that were chosen for the festival and many that were rejected but are representative of Indigenous filmmaking across Alberta and Canada, with a smaller sample of international submissions.

            The audiovisual records also include films made as part of the Dreamspeakers youth programs, recordings of festival proceedings, advertisements, and a small collection of recorded music by Indigenous Canadian performers.

            Dreamspeakers Festival Society
            Dwight Lemky fonds
            PR2607 · Fonds · 1980

            The fonds consists of records created during the production of the film documentary The Riders: Alberta's Working Cowboys (1980) including reels of audiotape containing sound effects, interviews, ambient sound, narration, and music; camera rolls of raw footage; rolls of audio and visual production elements including optical and magnetic soundtracks, copywork, outtakes, internegatives; a release print, and several newspaper clippings about the film.

            Lemky, Dwight
            PR3837 · Fonds · 1982-2006

            The fonds consists of copious material related to grants, funding, and financial management; working documents, minutes, and correspondence of the Film and Video Arts Society of Alberta (FAVA) related to affiliated organizations such as the Edmonton Professional Arts Council, the Independent Film and Video Arts Alliance (later the Independent Media Arts Alliance), and the Alberta Media Arts Alliance Society; monthly and annual general meeting minutes; committee records including minutes and reports from the Production Committee (including records related to the procurement, maintenance, and renting of equipment), the Programming Committee (including records related to exhibitions and distribution), the Executive Committee/Board of Directors (including records related to governance), and the Membership Committee; administrative records including reports, correspondence, and job descriptions related to paid staff such as the executive director and production coordinator; and member and volunteer files. There are also posters, programs, and other promotional material created for FAVA events and a complete series of newsletters and other internal communications. The photographs depict FAVA events.

            Film and Video Arts Society of Alberta
            PR1726 · Fonds · 1940-1991

            The fonds consists of the records of Filmwest Associates (1983) Limited and includes films, and some film elements, produced and distributed by Filmwest Associated including Shooting Stars, a dramatization celebrating the Edmonton Grads women's basketball team (distributed by Filmwest), The Class of 1912, about the renovations of the University of Alberta Arts Building (produced by Filmwest), Frozen Music, about Douglas Cardinal and his architecture (produced by Filmwest); screenplays and story ideas from Tom Wood, Anne Wheeler (Cowboys Don't Cry), Francis Damberger, Harvey L. Spak and D.H. (Don) Scott; a shooting schedule for Cowboys Don't Cry; Filmwest Associates distribution catalogues and movie advertisements; a Western Canada Film and Video Showcase (WCFVA) Study prepared by Filmwest Associates and Karvonen Films; AMPIA (Alberta Motion Picture Industries Association) minutes (copies), correspondence, newsletters and programs; and assorted publications relating to the motion picture industry in Alberta and Canada, including a brief history of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC).

            Filmwest Associates (1983) Limited
            Frame 30 Productions fonds
            PR3557 · Fonds · 1908-2008, predominant 1908, 1980-2008

            The fonds consists of three record-types: records created by Frame 30 in the course of the production of The Greatest Auto Race on Earth, original material collected by Frame 30 to be used for research and/or on-screen appearances in The Greatest Auto Race on Earth, and records created by Frame 30 Productions for other projects.

            The records created during the course of production for The Greatest Auto Race on Earth are arranged in binders by topic and is essentially a compendium of information about race participants and details culled from various resources. The binders also contain correspondence, scripts, transcripts of interviews, and production notes.

            The research material consists of contemporaneous newspapers and advertisements that covered or referenced the 1908 race. The newspapers include publications from London, Rochester, Des Moines, and Paris. There are also monographs, bound volumes, and pamphlets about the 1908 race and related topics.

            The fonds also consists of photographs that document the 1908 race from its start in New York to its finish in Paris, with the entire westward-route across the United States, Asia, Russia, and Europe also shown.

            The remainder of the fonds consists of records created by Frame 30 Productions during the course of its business. The textual records consist mostly of job files for specific projects undertaken by Frame 30. The job files include contracts, scripts, correspondence, shooting schedules, and storyboards. The job files directly correspond to the selected audiovisual records. There are also some correspondence files and files related to membership in the Alberta Motion Picture Industry Association.

            The audiovisual records are masters, viewing copies, and/or preservation copies of projects completed by Frame 30. These include commercials for a wide variety of Albertan and western Canadian companies and corporate films, both those intended for internal use (such as training films) and external use (such as promotional films).

            Frame 30 Productions Limited
            Geoffrey LeBoutillier fonds
            PR2597 · Fonds · [between 1984 - 1985]

            The fonds consists of materials used, created, and maintained by Geoffrey LeBoutillier to produce what became an unrealized dramatic interpretation of Dr. Mary Percy Jackson's life entitled Stick. The fonds includes newspaper clippings and articles related to Jackson's career, footage and interviews with Jackson dating from the early 1980s, audio recordings of Jackson addressing school children in Thorhild, Alberta in 1984, drafts of the Stick by Geoffrey LeBoutillier, and correspondence from Mary Percy Jackson critiquing the Stick.

            LeBoutillier, Geoffrey
            Gil Cardinal fonds
            PR3684 · Fonds · [195-]-2010

            The fonds consists of records from Gil Cardinal’s independent and freelance projects; the film companies co-founded by Cardinal (Great Plains Productions, Kanata Productions, Strange Empire Productions); and his work for NFB, BBC, or other broadcasters.

            The textual materials contain the complete business records of Great Plains Productions, creative records for specific projects (including scripts, notebooks, shot lists, story boards, and editing notes), administrative records for specific projects (including contracts, financial records, grant applications, and correspondence), developmental records related to unrealized projects, and personal records (including correspondence, speaking notes, speeches, and teaching material).

            The films consist of home movies from Cardinal’s foster family (some of which were used as part of Foster Child); a tour of the Canadian Museum of Civilization with its architect, Douglas Cardinal; and release prints of Foster Child.

            The videocassettes consist of original shooting tapes and completed masters of several projects. Most prominent among these are My Partners, My People, Our Home and Native Land, The Great Possibility, and David with F.A.S. There are also masters, but not shooting tapes, for several other projects including Big Bear, Chiefs (for both episodes directed by Cardinal), Totem, and others. Some of these masters are on DVD as well as videocassette.

            The photographs, negatives, and slides consist of images shot by Cardinal during the course of filming, images of special events, and family photos.

            Cardinal, Gil
            PR2466 · Fonds · 1994 - 1998

            The fonds consists of a VHS copies of the following documentaries produced by Great North Productions: The Life and Times of Peter Lougheed (1994), Jasper (1995), and Gabriel Dumont: Prince of the Prairies (1998).

            Great North Productions
            PR2468 · Fonds · 1997

            The fonds consists of 1 VHS copy of a documentary program created by Greystone Communications entitled, "Trains Unlimited: Trans Canadian Railway" (1997). The program features images sourced from the photographic holdings of the Provincial Archives of Alberta.

            Greystone Communications Inc.
            Group 3 Films Limited fonds
            PR1861 · Fonds · 1978-1986

            The fonds consists of records relating to Group 3 Films Limited’s feature film Parallels, which was based on a story by Mark Schoenberg and a screenplay by Mark Schoenberg and Jaron Summers, and was directed by Mark Schoenberg and produced by Dr. Jack Wynters, and includes the films elements and videos representing most of the stages of film production including original negatives, outtakes and workprints as well as casting tapes. The fonds also includes correspondence, agreements, financial statements and bank statements, publicity records, photographs of cast and crew, catalogue sheets, optical cue sheets, and a copy of the screenplay.

            Group 3 Films Limited
            Ken Jubenvill fonds
            PR1949 · Fonds · 1954-1999

            The fonds consists of films, videos, photographs, negatives and production files for Ken Jubenvill’s productions, many of which were produced for the Alberta government. The film productions include approximately 700 film cans of original film elements such as original colour reversals, internegatives, sound tracks and outtakes. Some titles included in this fonds include Let Music be the Message (1981) - Calgary Youth Orchestra; Breaking the Sand Barrier (1979) – Syncrude Canada; Grande Prairie - A Way of Life (1981); and Snowbirds (1989). The textual records include production files for Jubenvill’s television and documentary work, including for projects such as Mysterious Ways, The Great Road, Beachcombers, and co-productions with the Vancouver Police Department (Tears for April, Riding with Madonna, and Stolen Lives). These files include scripts, contracts, correspondence, and edit lists. The audiovisual records include master copies of Jubenvill’s television work, including episodes of Beachcombers, Danger Bay, Airwolf, North of 60, and others. There are also master copies as well as camera tapes and audio recordings of the documentary The Great Road, a production commemorating the 50th anniversary of the construction of the Alaska Highway that featured Leslie Nielson. These camera tapes include interviews with people involved in the construction of the highway as well as footage of 50th anniversary celebrations. The photographs and negatives are production stills of Jubenvill’s television and documentary work as well as production stills from the Alberta-based shoot of the feature-length film Superman III.

            Jubenvill, Ken
            PR3340 · Fonds · 1983-1991

            The fonds consists of educational and training programs created for ACCESS TV, Travel Alberta, Southern Alberta Institute of Technology, the Royal Tyrell Museum, and Alberta Social Services.

            Kilmurry Training Associates
            PR2584 · Fonds · 1997

            The fonds consists of a VHS copy of special entitled, "The Land of the Midnight Sun" and "Water, Wind, and Fire" produced by the King Motion Picture Corporation in 1997 for its Living World Series.

            King Motion Picture Corporation
            PR2396 · Fonds · 1977-1979

            The fonds consists of nine separate titles in the Alberta Cultural Heritage Film Series. Each title focuses on one ethno-cultural group in Alberta. The groups covered in these films are Baltic, Norwegian, Scottish, French, Tibetan, English, Korean, Swedish, and Jewish populations.

            The documentaries focus on the history of the subject ethno-cultural group in Alberta, portraits of contemporary life for the group, and how the group acclimates to life in Alberta. Each documentary features interviews; scenes of cultural practices and traditions; and contemporary footage of day-to-day life.

            Kurt W. Palka Productions
            Lars Lehmann fonds
            PR2600 · Fonds · 1984-1992

            The fonds consists of production materials including scripts, correspondence, contracts, shooting schedules, drafts, audio reels, videocassettes for films and television series Lars Lehmann produced from 1984 to 1992 for the film Solitaire, the television series "Hamilton's Quest", and the documentary short "On the Edge".

            Lehmann, Lars
            Lorna Thomas fonds
            PR2840 · Fonds · 1978-2008

            The fonds consists of records created by Lorna Thomas Productions, records created or collected by Lorna Thomas during her teaching career, and records created by Le Théâtre du coyote clown troupe.

            The Lorna Thomas Productions (LTP) material consists of project files (including grant applications, financial records, budgets, project summaries, proposals, contracts, press kits, storyboards, and production schedules), shot lists, scripts, camera tapes, masters, production stills, and interview transcriptions for several LTP productions including the NFB documentary Beating the Streets (which focuses on youth poverty and education in Edmonton) and Bursting with Fruit Flavour (a youth-helmed production that explores the lives of student participants from their own perspective, Phyllis’ Miracle, Inspiring Teachers: The Collaborative Schools Model, Support From the Heart, Power Tools: Women in the Construction Trades, Fun For All, Drop It Like It’s Hot, and Radio Worth Fighting For. These documentaries and educational shorts focus on a variety of topics related to Alberta such as CKUA Radio, mentorship of student teachers, and dealing with cancer.

            Le Théâtre du coyote was a bilingual clown troupe founded in 1985 by Thomas, Manon Beaudoin, Sonia Côté, and Jan Henderson. The troupe presented educational plays for children and performed at busking festivals across Canada. The records related to the troupe consist of project files, scripts, press clippings, programs, and correspondence related to performances.

            The remainder of the material consists of records created or used by Lorna Thomas for theatre education, for both the Edmonton Public School Board and the University of Alberta. There are also theatre workshop records and records related to Thomas’ own theatrical work.

            Lorna Thomas Productions
            Marke Slipp fonds
            PR1988 · Fonds · 1968-2003

            The fonds consists of VHS and ¾” videotapes, 16mm and 35mm film release prints and film elements, ¼” reel to reel and cassette audiotapes and textual material regarding film productions that Marke Slipp worked on, mainly as film editor. Some of the productions include My Partners My People, Get Back the Night with Alberta singer/songwriter Connie Kaldor, Learning With Love about the Alex Taylor School in Edmonton, Sylvan Lake Summer, and Truckers: A Road Well Travelled. Also included are the film elements for the unfinished production, A Poet of Place, regarding architect Douglas Cardinal.

            Slipp, Marke
            PR2690 · Fonds · 1960 - 1993

            The fonds consists of film productions containing Albertan content such as Alberta history, events, environments, and individuals, produced by the National Film Board of Canada dating from 1960 to 1993. The fonds also contains accompanying pamphlets for some films, and a video and film catalogue for the NFB dating from 1993.

            National Film Board of Canada
            PR2691 · Fonds · 1984 - 2000

            The fonds consists of videos created by students of the National Screen Institute for programs such as the Edmonton Local Heroes Film Festival and Movie Camp dating from 1984 to 2001. The fonds also includes posters and programs advertising NSI's programs, and correspondence related to government grants.

            National Screen Institute - Canada
            Pauline Urquhart fonds
            PR4043 · Fonds · 1997-2000

            The fonds consists of video master copies of separate productions created by Urquhart for ACCESS TV (two episodes of Career and Technology Studies, Virtually Seeking Information, English Everyday, and an episode of A Woman I Know) and one for Network One Productions (Canadian Skydiving Championship 1997).

            The remaining tapes and textual records are from an unfinished documentary focusing on Canadian artist Attila Richard Lukacs. The tapes consist of nine original camera tapes on Betacam SP and duplicate copies of the camera tapes on VHS. The footage consists of interviews with Lukacs and images of the artist at work. The accompanying textual records consist of time logs for the tapes as well as proposals for the documentary, correspondence, and notes.

            Urquhart, Pauline
            Reel Girls Media fonds
            PR3830 · Fonds · 1999-2007

            The fonds consists of production files for various projects undertaken by Reel Girls Media. These projects are as follows:

            SciQ: Up Close and Palaeo: a one-hour, children’s program shot at the Royal Tyrrell Museum in Drumheller that focuses on palaeontology. The records include masters, b-rolls, and interview transcripts.

            Stories from the Seventh Fire: a half-hour, animated, children’s series featuring Indigenous performers such as Tantoo Cardinal and Gordon Tootoosis narrating several First Nations stories and legends. The records include DVDs and the original masters.

            Booked: a half-hour series in which book reviewers and criminal justice professionals discuss a prominent mystery novel. The records include masters and DVDs.

            Out of the West: a one-hour documentary featuring interviews with several western Canadian authors. The records include masters, shooting tapes, and production files.

            Between the Stones and the Ocean: A Portrait of Rudy Wiebe: a one-hour documentary about western Canadian author Rudy Wiebe. The records include shooting tapes and masters.

            Capturing Cooperman: A Not So Private Investigation of Howard Engel: a one-hour documentary about Canadian mystery author Howard Engel. The records are limited to the masters.

            WildFiles: a half-hour, children’s series that focuses on animal biology. The records are limited to production files.

            Return of the Peregrine: a one-hour documentary about conservation efforts to restore peregrine falcon populations across Canada. The records include shooting tapes and interview transcripts.

            Homefront: a one-hour documentary that follows the stories of several Edmonton-based soldiers and their families during deployment to Afghanistan. The records are limited to masters.

            How the Fiddle Flows: a one-hour documentary that traces Métis culture and history through music and dancing. The records are limited to masters.

            In addition to these completed projects, there are several non-completed projects that are also captured in the records. These projects were started by Reel Girls but never broadcast or distributed and include the following:

            Return of the Bison: a potential documentary that would have focused on conservation efforts to restore bison populations across the world. The records include shooting tapes and production files.

            A to Z Film Guide: this potential series would have focused on various roles within the film industry as an educational tool. The records are limited to pre-production files.

            Rock ‘n’ Fossil Road Show: this potential series was modeled on Antiques Roadshow and would have featured rock and fossil collectors consulting with experts about their collections. A pilot was completed but the series was not pursued. The records include pre-production files.

            Reel Girls Media
            Roger Tilton fonds
            PR4024 · Fonds · 1979-1982

            The fonds consists of release prints, negatives, and elements for two Roger Tilton productions: The Force and Pilots North.

            Tilton, Roger
            Studio Post fonds
            PR2825 · Fonds · 1986 - 1994

            The fonds consists of videos featuring commercials produced by Studio Post in the late 1980s and early 1990s. Clients include the Alberta Lung Association, the Citadel Theatre, the Edmonton Sun, Nelson Lumber, Safeway, West Edmonton Mall, GIA Productions, Alberta School Milk Program, Cable Ticket Network, Alberta Ballet, Canadian Diabetes Association, BC Hydro, CFJC TV, CJCA Radio, CFRN TV, JCOH, Northwest Teleproductions, Co-op, Davis Automotive, Polaris Entertainment Corporation, Esso/Engro, Tinsel Media, Kompany, Randy Lennon Productions, Lloyd Mall, Rentown, McDonalds Restaurants of Canada, Midwest Furniture, Nelson Lumber, CITL Lloydminster, Mark Boiko, Proctor and Gamble, Purple Pages, No/Film Productions, MUSE, Shell Canada, Safeway, Edmonton SPCA, Saskatchewan Parks and Recreation, Vencorp, and Tinsel Media.

            Studio Post
            Tom Radford fonds
            PR3736 · Fonds · [193-?], 1969-2014

            The fonds consists of textual and audiovisual records created over the course of Tom Radford’s career, including material created under the Filmwest Associates, Great North Productions, Great Plains Productions, White Pine Pictures, and Clearwater Documentary labels.

            The material includes records related to completed projects such as Inuit Odyssey, Tar Sands, A Scattering of Seeds, The Power of Dreams, The End of Evolution, Ernest Brown: Pioneer Photographer (including audio reels of interviews with early Edmonton photographer Gladys Reeves), Hockey Night in Harlem, Ma Vlast, The Honour of the Crown, Arctic Dreamer, Great Lodges of the Canadian Rockies, The Great Divide, Road of Bones, Alberta Bound, Codebreakers, Roughing It: A Golfer’s Guide to the Universe, and Tipping Point. These records include job files, production stills, scripts, camera tapes, and some masters. There are also numerous records related to incomplete projects, unsolicited script submissions, and administrative records from Great North Communications, Clearwater Documentary, and Great Plains Productions.

            Radford, Tom
            William Hornecker fonds
            PR4033 · Fonds · 1991-1994

            The fonds consists of records that were created for Two Brothers, A Girl and A Gun. The textual records consist of the screenplay for the film as well as handbills made to advertise the film. The photographs are production stills.

            The audiovisual records consist of two 35mm release prints of the film as well as all of the production elements including the original negatives, inter-positives, inter-negatives, and soundtracks.

            Hornecker, William
            William Marsden fonds
            PR2637 · Fonds · 1904-2006

            The fonds consists of records that document multiple facets of Marsden’s life and work, including freelance photography, film production, his work as Alberta Film Commissioner, and several hobbies such as woodworking, sailing, and aviation.

            The freelance photography records include prints and negatives of Marsden’s work, including commissions and landscape stills. These records also include clippings of Marsden’s published work, correspondence related to his photography business, and awards.

            The film production records include scripts, production stills, and masters from several productions such as The Naked Flame, Okan (a Glenbow Foundation documentary on the Siksika Sun Dance), and Wings of Chance.

            The Film Industry Development records include correspondence with film producers across Canada and the United States, information files, reports on the Alberta film industry, and production stills and/or video copies of films shot in Alberta (including Unforgiven and Heaven and Earth).

            Marsden’s personal records include flight logs, photographs of woodworking projects (including sailboats and planes), plane-building project diaries, scrapbooks (including family histories and photographs dating from 1904), a high school yearbook, and files related to the writing and publication of Big Screen Country: Making Movies in Alberta.

            Marsden, William