Fonds PR4043 - Pauline Urquhart fonds

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Pauline Urquhart fonds

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    • 1997-2000 (Creation)

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    18 videocassettes. – 0.05 m of textual records.

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    Biographical history

    Pauline Urquhart is an Edmonton-based filmmaker and producer. She has produced programs for ACCESS TV as well as her own film production companies, bigFrog Productions and Vicom Media Productions. Her work has focused on documentary and educational productions.

    Custodial history

    The records were created and maintained by Pauline Urquhart and donated by her to the Provincial Archives of Alberta in 2015.

    Scope and content

    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.

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    • English

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      Restrictions on access

      Audiovisual records must be duplicated prior to access.

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      Permission for use required. Subject to the Copyright Act.

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      Includes the following accessions: PR2015.1197

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      The records have not yet been processed and are in the state in which they were donated.

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