Actress Rachel McAdams arrives at “The Lucky Ones” premiere during the 2008 Toronto International Film Festival held at the Roy Thomson Hall on September 10, 2008 in Toronto, Canada
Actress Rachel McAdams arrives at "The Lucky Ones" premiere during the 2008 Toronto International Film Festival held at the Roy Thomson Hall on September 10, 2008 in Toronto, Canada
Check out More great pics and Video at www.tiff.shovine.com
PRETEND THAT YOU LOVE ME/Fais
Semblant Que Tu M’aimes
Prod. Co.: Amazone Films
First love filmed in Montreal’s Botanical
Gardens over six days. Margot, 12 meets Yoan,
Documentary General Subject
Prod. Co.: Make Believe Media Inc.
Pretty Boys, the documentary, gets up close
and personal with models in the male fashion
industry. Filmed candidly, we are introduced to
the lives of models at different stages of their
PRETTY LADIES, FAST HORSES
Documentary General Subject
Prod. Co.: Trickrider Productions Inc.
This documentary follows five Canadian
cowgirls over the course of one year. It
introduces the trick rider, barrel racer, rodeo
queen and ranchers. These women choose a
career that affords them a rodeo or ranching
lifestyle of freedom and independence.
PREVIOUSLY UNEMPLOYED, THE (#5)
Prod. Co.: Darrel Trueman
A Sketch Comedy with attitude! Our Comedy
series features a talented cast of 5 writer/actors.
From subtlety to slapstick, nothing is sacred as
we stretch the laws of puppet bondage and
Prod. Co.: The Dot Film Company
To meet the boy of her dreams a 15 year-old
South-Asian girl named Pria tries to lose her
accent by imitating lines from her favourite
PRICE OF DUTY, THE
Documentary Over 30 Mins
Prod. Co.: National Film Board of Canada
An up-close look at a unique breed of soldier;
the army engineer who cleans the mine fields.
It is a story that becomes a testimonial to Mark
Isfeld–one who paid the ultimate price.
PRIDE OF THE RIDE
Prod. Co: Image Pacific Communications Inc.
The unique and cherished fan support that
accompanies the Sask. roughriders CFL football
club. In a time when professional teams struggle to
stay in business, the club has survived nearly a
century in a tiny sports market.
PRIMA DONNA SHOW, THE
Prod. Co.: Barnsley Entertainment Group
Three frustrated comedy writers tackle their last
script of the season for a second rate Canadian
variety TV Star. Not only do they have writer’s
block, but are just plain burnt out after writing the
first season of The Donna Stone Show.
PRIMUM NON NOCERE
Prod. Co.: Robert A. Mounsey
A young man’s life is suddenly shattered when he
receives the news he is going to die. However,
within the next twenty-four hours, he learns that
some truths are worse than death. The young man
finds comfort in his son, and makes peace with his
wife. He learns the meaning of “Primum Non
Nocere, above all do no harm”.
PRINCE ALBERT METIS FALL FESTIVAL
Prod. Co.: Metcom Productions Inc.
Having just celebrated its sixth year, the Prince
Albert Metis Fall Festival is a spectacular
showcase of Metis culture, dance, and music. It is
an exciting event where people of all backgrounds
gather to enjoy Metis art, traditional dress, king
trapper demonstrations, fiddle music, and square
dance and jigging competitions.
PRINCE ALBERT NATIONAL PARK
Prod. Co.: Karvonen Films Ltd
Prince Albert is a place of subtle beauty and
inspiration. With over 1,500 lakes, it lies where the
prairie grasslands blends into the aspen parkland
and the northern boreal forest.
PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND TOURISM
Prod. Co.: Province of Prince Edward
A retrospective of Prince Edward Island Tourism
was created using old photos, 8mm and 16mm film
stock as well as graphic material to commemorate
the millennium. The video was the showcase piece
for the 2000 marketing campaign kick off for
PRINCESS AUTO: The History of Princess
Prod. Co.: Impact Productions Inc.
In 1942 a Winnipeg truck driver walked into an
autowrecking shop on Princess Street and was
told he could buy the business for the price of
his truck. That’s how Mr. Harvey Tallman
bought Princess Auto… and this is their story.
Prod. Co: Interfilm Productions Inc.
Sonia found a place to hide. It may not be much
but it’s enough for her. She has everything she
needs and the rest she can do without. This is her
castle, her new home, so what if it’s only a
Prod. Co: Les Productions CRI/ART
This is a film about the making of a film. We
follow a young director obsessed with filming,
who becomes confused between his film and his
own life. The viewer, witness of this ambiguity
will also become confused between fiction and
PRISONERS OF AGE
Prod. Co.: The Eyes Project Development Corp.
Prisoners of Age is a documentary art film that
explores photographer Ron Levine’s
groundbreaking project with geriatric prisoners.
With Levine as gateway, the film provides an
immersion into a rarely seen world, revealing the
personal dimensions of this human tragedy.
Actress Ethel Burton
Local call number: PR07299
Title: [Actress Ethel Burton]
Physical descrip: 1 photonegative: b&w; 5 x 4 in.
Series Title: (Print Collections)
General note: This image was collected by filmmaker William "Billy" Bletcher (1894-1979) while working for the Vim Comedy Company between 1915 and 1917. The small film studio was based in Jacksonville and New York. The company produced hundreds of two-reel comedies (over 156 comedies in 1916 alone). Before going out of business in 1917, it employed such stars as Oliver Hardy, Ethel Burton, Walter Stull, Arvid Gillstrom, and Kate Price.
General note: Ethel Burton (Palmer) was a popular comedic actress who made her debut with Vitagraph Pictures in 1915. She co-starred in several Billy West comedies (a popular Charlie Chaplin imitator), and was married to director Arvid Gillstrom, a Swedish-born filmmaker who directed many of the West comedies. Burton did little acting after the 1910s. Most of the films she made in Florida were with the Vim Comedy Company.
Repository: State Library and Archives of Florida, 500 S. Bronough St., Tallahassee, FL 32399-0250 USA. Contact: 850.245.6700. Archives@dos.state.fl.us
Persistent URL: www.floridamemory.com/items/show/5881
Related Actress Articles
Copied from SQLJ » Short Film Articles