Fonds F2971 - David Pulver fonds

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David Pulver fonds

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  • Moving images

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CA ON00239 F2971

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  • [198-?]-[189-?] (Creation)
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    Pulver, David

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33 umatic videocassettes

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(194? - 2016)

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David Pulver studied at the London School of Film Technique. In the 1960s he lived and worked as a TV and film commercials producer in London, England. In 1977 he was the first manager of the National Film Theatre (Princess Court Cinemas) in Kingston, Ontario. He went on to become the entertainment editor of the Kingston Whig-Standard in the 1980s and and editorial writer in the early 1990s writing on topics on science, health and the environment. He was a member of the Eastern Ontario Film Co-op as well as a peace and anti-cruise missile activist.

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The collection is comprised of raw footage, as well as several final productions of films in which Pulver was involved in some capacity. The majority of the material pertains to a documentary about cruise missiles and disarmament but other topics include the Dandelion community (an intentional community/commune) located near Kingston, Ontario, aquafitness, and Kingston Artists' workshops.

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