In 1903 four brothers; Hirch Moses, Abraham, Schmuel and Itzhak Wonsal or Wonskolaser opened their first movie theater in New Castle, Pennsylvania. This site is now named the Cascade Center, a shopping, dining and entertainment complex honoring their heritage. Four brothers whose parents emigrated from Poland to Ontario, Canada in 1892.
Do these names ring a bell? (more…)
On vous invites à regarder le site Internet d’un de nos fìdèles clients, l’Institut national de l’Audiovisuel. Nous avons vu cet article et voulons le partager avec vous: http://www.ina-entreprise.com/entreprise/activites/archives-sauvegarde-numerisation/index.html
This is a press release made on July 2, 2010 from one of our clients; National Archives and Record Administration. We wanted to share this with you..enjoy the video!
Nous sommes très heureux de recevoir parmi nos clients, Télé-Québec!
Télé-Québec s’adresse principalement à une clientèle francophone du Québec.
Ses activités ont principalement pour but :
We are happy to pass on this information from the Northeast Historic Film who we are proud to count as one of our customers!
Filmic Representations of Indigenous Peoples at Northeast Historic Film
Bucksport, Maine — The 11th Annual Northeast Historic Film Summer Symposium will begin July 22 and run through July 24, at 85 Main Street, Bucksport, Maine. The event is open to all with prior registration. Twelve presentations will explore how amateur and noncommercial filmmakers around the world have created a wide range of representations of Indigenous peoples and cultures. Program PDF.
Among the presenters are your AMIA-list associates Jennifer Jenkins, University of Arizona; Ross Lipman, UCLA Film & Television Archive; J. Fred MacDonald, and Paul Spehr.