CFC Actors Conservatory Showcase 24
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LACANDONA RAINFOREST, THE
Documentary Under 30 Mins (Int.)
Prod. Co.: Domino Digital Television
Visit the Lacandona’s magnificent world,
through indescribable images, showing us that
it’s time and the continuous process that
endangers each one of its inhabitants. Jungle of
life…extinguishing day by day.
Lake Pictures Inc.
A reclusive man guides a woman through the
wilderness, towards a mysterious lake that can
wash away the past. As they journey along, the
man and woman begin to develop feelings for
LAMENT FOR AN ACTRESS & A BAG
Prod. Co.: Catnip Productions
Two strangers, an Actress and a Bag Lady, meet
in a city square and together find friendship,
compassion, and joy with the help of some
gummy bears and a balloon, in the midst of the
indifference of a big city.
LAND OF THE ICE BEAR
Prod. Co.: Karvonen Films Ltd
Canada’s north is a land of harsh beauty where
only the resilient survive. A dynamic
community of life as diverse as any found in
warmer climes thrives despite the bitter cold.
Massive herds of caribou, thousands of
migratory birds and battling muskox all find a
home in the land of the mighty polar bear.
LAND OF THE YODELING MUSHROOM
Prod. Co.: Prairie Threat Entertainment Inc.
Two Country Music hating Vancouver women
get more than they bargained for when they try
to swindle some “Good Old Boys” out of a large
quantity of the infamous Saskatchewan “Torch
Documentary Short Subject
Prod. Co.: Vancouver Film School
Landmark profiles the work of Ray Saunders,
the man behind the Gastown Steam Clock, and
reveals his unique craft and character.
LANDS WE CALL MÎKIWÂM, The:
In 1907, Kahkewistahaw First Nation had
surrendered over two-thirds of its land in a
shady deal with Canada. The events from 1874
detail this in depth journey through history as it
is told from a historical and intimate Aboriginal
LANDSCAPE AS MUSE: Athabasca Sand
Documentary Short Subject
Prod. Co: 291 Film Company
Biographic study of landscape photographer
Chris Herwig and his subject Sask. Athabasca
LANDSCAPE REVEALED: The Art of Toni
Prod. Co.: Fountain Productions
Landscape Revealed is a journey through the
heart and mind of an artist who combined art
with activism, tackled Canadian tax laws for
artists and boosted awareness of the
preciousness of our land and the absolute
necessity of protecting it.
Prod. Co.: Incognito Films Inc.
Landscaping is the story of Roy, a displaced
farm boy from the prairies now living in the
city, who, in an attempt to regain the love of his
fiancee Leanne, grows a wheat field in his highrise
LANGUAGE OF LOVE
Prod. Co.: Combustion Inc.
Language is a mocumentary about a fictional
“hit” the Dino Martinis had in the 1950s. Now,
at the turn of the century, Language of Love is
a hit again – bigger than the first time. Its use in
a jean company commercial has propelled it to
LANGUAGE OF LOVE, THE
Prod. Co.: Stormy Nights Productions Inc.
Portrait of Carol Welsman, gifted Canadian jazz
artist whose talent and linguistic abilities have
brought her into contact with musicians around the
world. Shot in Brazil, Italy and North America, the
film’s special guests include Herbie Hancock,
Brazilian super-star Djavan and composer Romano
LAST BEST WEST: Stories of the Canadian
Last Best West Heritage Projects Inc.
Singer/songwriters Dale and Laura Budd’s
Centennial Project combines original and
traditional music with vintage cinematography
styles and story telling traditions to open windows
into Saskatchewan’s diverse rural culture and
LAST DANCE: The Life & Times of Rex
Prod. Co.: Kaos Productions Inc.
The story of Canada’s most celebrated male ballet
star on the eve of his retirement. Harrington’s
career end is full of emotional turmoil as he strives
to reconcile himself with his estranged mother
whom he last saw 17 years ago.
LAST DAY ON EARTH
Prod. Co: Bacchus Films
Last Day on Earth is an existential science fiction
drama told which explores the meaning of life
through the eyes of an extra-terrestrial observer.
LAST DREAM, THE
An old man walks alone on a windswept beach and
recalls a war fought long ago. His reminiscences are
cut short when he falls through a hole in the
ground. This imaginative, haunting film employs
stop motion puppet animation and original music to
explore impermanence, transformation, and the
buoyancy of life.
Motion picture actors and actresses (1916)
Local call number: PR07293
Title: [Motion picture actors and actresses]
Physical descrip: 1 photonegative: b&w; 4 x 5 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.
General note: L-R: Back row, Mr. Kirby, Ethel Burton Palmer, Bob Eddy. Middle row, Vina Daniels, (?), Jack Gardner, Budd Ross. Front row, Dan Kenover.
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/5875