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CLGA National Portrait Collection

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Collection
Archives
Part Of
Documentary sound recordings collection
Description Level
Item
Date Range
Nov, 2003
Scope and Content
David Kelley, Bernard Courte, Harold B. Dermarais. CGLA
Collection
Archives
Material Type
Moving image
Date Range
Nov, 2003
Part Of
Documentary sound recordings collection
Item Number
2006-014/003
Physical Description
VHS
Physical Condition
Good
Scope and Content
David Kelley, Bernard Courte, Harold B. Dermarais. CGLA
Storage Location
AV.9.5
Places
Canada
Access Restrictions
Open
Manufacturer / Distributor Notes
Canada
Description Level
Item
Accession Number
2006-014
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2005 National Portrait Collection Induction Ceremony with interviews by OUT TV

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Collection
Archives
Part Of
Documentary sound recordings collection
Description Level
Item
Date Range
2006
Collection
Archives
Material Type
Moving image
Date Range
2006
Part Of
Documentary sound recordings collection
Item Number
2009-010/01F
Responsibility
Emcee: Marie Robertson; Inductees: C. M. Donald, John Dugan, John Alan Lee, Bev Lepischak, Kyle Scanlon; Presenters: Harold B. Desmarais, Lloyd Plunkett, Peter Dempski, Johannes Ducki, Dino Paoletti; Interviews by Emily Sanford; Interviews with recipients, presenters, and Mary McDonald (CLGA President)
Physical Description
DVD
Storage Location
AV.11.4
Places
Canada
Manufacturer / Distributor Notes
Canada
Description Level
Item
Accession Number
2009-010
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Collection
Archives
Part Of
Nick Mulé fonds
Description Level
Fonds
Date Range
[ca. 1986-2017]
Scope and Content
Records include printed and handwritten documents, photocopies, faxes, printed brochures, pamphlets, newspaper clippings, a banner, a computer disc, and audiorecordings. Records consist of correspondence (including printed emails), minutes of meetings, by-laws, budgets, proposals, reports, travel-r…
Collection
Archives
Material Type
Textual records
Sound recording
Object
Date Range
[ca. 1986-2017]
Part Of
Nick Mulé fonds
Creator
Nick Mulé
Fonds Number
F0089
Language
English
Physical Description
52 cm of textual records (1) computer disk (1) 46 x 180 cm banner (2) 90-minute audiocassettes
Extent
.52 m
Physical Condition
Good
History / Biographical
Nick J. Mulé (196?-) originally from Hamilton, ON, is a professor at the School of Social Work, York University, Toronto, ON, and earned a Ph.D. at the University of Manchester, England, 2004. Mulé has been active in LGBTQ community organizations in Ontario since the 1980s, with a career in social work, including private practice as a psychotherapist. Mulé has held active membership and leadership positions for the Coalition for Lesbian and Gay Rights Ontario, including the CLGRO province-wide Project Affirmation, Queer Ontario, the Canadian Rainbow Health Coalition, the Ontario Rainbow Health Coalition, OUT!Spoken, Amnesty International LGBT Action Circle, the June 13th Committee, and EGALE. Mulé has published extensively and spoken regularly at public events concerning LGBTQ topics.
Scope and Content
Records include printed and handwritten documents, photocopies, faxes, printed brochures, pamphlets, newspaper clippings, a banner, a computer disc, and audiorecordings. Records consist of correspondence (including printed emails), minutes of meetings, by-laws, budgets, proposals, reports, travel-related documents, news articles, presentation and promotional materials, a research article, and government documents related to broadcasting.
Storage Location
5.4.3 (5 boxes)
Access Restrictions
Open
Conservation
Records removed from binders and plastic sleeves, removal of staples and paperclips.
Arrangement
Contains series: Series 1—Workshops, Presentations, and Notes Subseries 1 - Workshop materials Subseries 2 - Publications Subseries 3 - CLGA National Portrait Collection Nomination Form Series 2—Projects Subseries 1 - OUT!Spoken Subseries 2 - Violence in Same-sex Relationships Information Project—VISSRIP Subseries 3 - Project Affirmation Subseries 4 - Amnesty International—LGBT Action Circle Subseries 5 - June 13th Committee Subseries 6 - EGALE Subseries 7 - Rainbow Health Coalition Subseries 8 - Queer Ontario
Description Level
Fonds
Accession Number
1997-088, 1997-089, 1999-007, 2017-117
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Collection
Archives
Part Of
Entertainment sound recordings collection
Documentary sound recordings collection
Description Level
Item
Date Range
2002
Scope and Content
From cutout: "In October 1998, 21 year-old Matthew Shepard was found savagely beaten, tied to a fence and left to die in Laramie, Wyoming. 'The Laramie Project' is a portrait of a town painfully forced to confront itself in the reflective glare of the national spotlight. How did this small town wit…
Collection
Archives
Material Type
Moving image
Date Range
2002
Part Of
Entertainment sound recordings collection
Documentary sound recordings collection
Item Number
2018-025/002F
Responsibility
HBO Home Video
Edition
91897
Language
English audio; English closed captions
Physical Description
1 videocassette (1 hr., 37 min., 23 sec.) : VHS, T-100, SP, col., NTSC, 4:3, sd., stereo ; 1/2 inch + 1 packaging
Extent
210 metres
Physical Condition
Good
Scope and Content
From cutout: "In October 1998, 21 year-old Matthew Shepard was found savagely beaten, tied to a fence and left to die in Laramie, Wyoming. 'The Laramie Project' is a portrait of a town painfully forced to confront itself in the reflective glare of the national spotlight. How did this small town with a 'live and let live' philosophy become a town where young men could commit such a crime? The answer may lie in 'The Laramie Project,' a stunning, profoundly moving picture of a community facing an incomprehensible event and its aftermath." Written and directed by Moisés Kaufman Produced by Declan Baldwin Cinematography by Terry Stacey Edited by Brian A. Kates With Nestor Carbonell, Christina Ricci, Dylan Baker, Terry Kinney, Lou Ann Wright, et al.
Notes
Contains trailer before main feature Contains packaging : 1 black plastic case from Guelph Public Library and 1 cutout with information about content
Storage Location
AV.3.1
Places
United States of America
Laramie
Description Level
Item
Accession Number
2018-025
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Collection
Archives
Part Of
Entertainment sound recordings collection
Documentary sound recordings collection
Description Level
Item
Date Range
2002
Scope and Content
From sleeve: "In October 1998, 21 year-old Matthew Shepard was found savagely beaten, tied to a fence and left to die in Laramie, Wyoming. This is a portrait of a town painfully forced to confront itself in the reflective glare of the national spotlight, responding with love, anger, sympathy, suppo…
Collection
Archives
Material Type
Moving image
Date Range
2002
Part Of
Entertainment sound recordings collection
Documentary sound recordings collection
Item Number
2015-118/003F
Responsibility
HBO Films
Language
English (original) and Spanish (dubbed) audio ; English, French, and Spanish subtitles; English closed captions
Physical Description
1 optical disc (1 hr., 34 min., 54 sec.) : DVD, dual layer, col., NTSC, 16:9 and 4:3, sd., Dolby Digital ; 12 cm + 1 video store packaging
Physical Condition
Good
Scope and Content
From sleeve: "In October 1998, 21 year-old Matthew Shepard was found savagely beaten, tied to a fence and left to die in Laramie, Wyoming. This is a portrait of a town painfully forced to confront itself in the reflective glare of the national spotlight, responding with love, anger, sympathy, support and defiance." Written and directed by Moisés Kaufman Produced by Declan Baldwin Cinematography by Terry Stacey Edited by Brian A. Kates With Nestor Carbonell, Christina Ricci, Dylan Baker, Terry Kinney, Lou Ann Wright, et al.
Notes
DVD from Rogers Video (chain of video rental stores) Contains extras : cast and director biographies (textual), making of (textual), featurette 1 (4 min., 46 sec.), and featurette 2 (3 min., 32 sec.) Contains video store packaging : 1 black plastic keep case, 1 paper sleeve with colour graphics and information about content, and 1 cardboard cutout from original packaging
Storage Location
AV.9.1
Places
United States of America
Laramie
Manufacturer / Distributor Notes
Canada
Description Level
Item
Accession Number
2015-118
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Collection
Archives
Part Of
Nancy Nicol fonds
Description Level
Fonds
Date Range
[approx. 1967-2009]
Scope and Content
The fonds contains materials relating to Nancy Nicol’s work as a documentary filmmaker and activist. There are raw moving image and audio footage used in the making of documentary films. Also included are Nicol’s finalized full-length films and shorts. The fonds consists of a significant amount of …
Collection
Archives
Material Type
Moving image
Textual records
Date Range
[approx. 1967-2009]
Part Of
Nancy Nicol fonds
Creator
Nancy Nicol
Fonds Number
F0051
Physical Description
103.5 cm textual records 28 VHS tapes 27 DVDs (three missing at the time of processing) 1 one inch master film reel 1 Super 16mm, b/w, 800 feet, 1 hour at 24FPS 58 Sony DV cam tapes 373 Sony mini DV cam tapes 11 audio cassette tapes 40 CD-R (electronic textual and graphic records) 1 CD rom 204 .mov files (electronic moving image records) 107. aif files, (electronic audio records) 79 .doc files (electronic textual records) 114 graphic records 86 colour photographic slides 28 b/w photographs 2 graphic materials (posters, 2 copies of each)
Physical Condition
Good
History / Biographical
Nancy Nicol (Professor Emeritus, School of Media, Arts and Performance, York University) is an award-winning documentary filmmaker whose work is grounded in the tradition of artist as activist, probing issues of human rights, social justice and struggles for social change. Nicol’s research, writing and creative projects include video art and documentary as well as critical writing in LGBTIQ+ human rights and social movements in Canada and internationally. Nicol’s works are screened widely in national and international festivals, human rights conferences and community-based organizations. From 2011 to 2016, Nicol led a large international research and participatory documentary project: Envisioning Global LGBT Human Rights, funded by the Social Sciences & Humanities Research Council of Canada SSHRC. A partnership of mutual learning the project brought together 31 community-based partners based in Canada, Africa, the Caribbean and India. Employing participatory documentary, participatory action research and legal research and analysis, Envisioning researched, documented and analyzed criminalization and human rights violations, contemporary movements to resist to criminalization and advance LGBTIQ+ liberation and rights in the Commonwealth, as well as issues faced by LGBTIQ asylum seekers in Canada. Between 1979 and 2010 Nicol created over 30 films; and from 2011 to 2016, she produced and directed and/or contributed to an additional 60 feature-length documentaries and video shorts as part of the Envisioning Global LGBT Human Rights project. Recent documentaries include: Sangini (2016, directed by Nicol, Envisioning Global LGBT Human Rights in partnership with Sangini, a shelter for LBT people in Delhi); And Still We Rise, (2015, directed by Lusimbo and Nicol, Sexual Minorities Uganda and Envisioning Global LGBT Human Rights), a moving documentary on resistance to the Anti-Homosexual Act (AHA) in Uganda; No Easy Walk To Freedom (2014, directed by Nicol in partnership with Naz Foundation India Trust, Envisioning Global LGBT Human Rights) on the struggle to decriminalize ‘carnal intercourse against the order of nature’ in India; The Time Has Come / Ha Llegado El Momento / Le Moment Est Arrivé (2013, produced by Nicol, Vance, Fisher, Kara; directed by Vance, Fisher and Kara, ARC International and Envisioning Global LGBT Human Rights) features LGBT human rights defenders from around the world on ways to strengthen protections under the historic United Nations resolution that recognized sexual orientation and gender identity as prohibited grounds for discrimination in 2011; and Telling Our Stories: 36 video portraits created by Envisioning Global LGBT Human Rights partners in the Caribbean, Africa and India, edited by Nicol and Siirala; premiered at Imagining Home: Resistance, Migration, Contradiction, curated by Karen Stansworth, Canadian Lesbian and Gay Archives, June - October 2014. Nancy Nicol is a frequent contributor to international conferences in the areas of LGBT human rights, social movements, and art and activism. Nicol’s recent scholarly publications include: forthcoming (2017) book: Envisioning Global LGBT Human Rights: (Neo)colonialism, Neoliberalism, Resistance and Hope, Nicol, Jjuuko, Lusimbo, Mulé, Ursel, Wahab and Waugh, (eds.) University of London, UK; “Envisioning LGBT Refugee Rights in Canada: Is Canada A Safe Haven?” (2015) a research report written by Gamble, Mulé, Nicol, Waugh, Jordan, and Ontario Council of Agencies Serving Immigrants; “Envisioning Global LGBT Human Rights: Strategic alliances to advance knowledge and social change”, (2014) by Nicol, Gates-Gasse and Mulé, Scholarly and Research Communication, Special Issue: Community-Based Participatory Research, Vol. 5, No 3; “Sexual Rights and the LGBTI movement in Botswana”, (2013) by Monica Tabengwa and Nancy Nicol, in: Human Rights, Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity in the Commonwealth: Struggles for Decriminalisation and Change, Corinne Lennox and Matthew Waites (eds.) London: Institute of Commonwealth Studies, School of Advanced Study, University of London, London, UK. Earlier publications include: “Politics of the Heart: recognition of homoparental families”, (2009) in Who’s Your Daddy? And Other Writings on Queer Parenting, ed. Rachel Epstein, Sumac Press; “Legal Struggles and Political Resistance: Same-Sex Marriage in Canada and the U.S” co-written by Miriam Smith and Nancy Nicol, Sexualities Vol 11, Issue 6 (Sage Publications, December 2008, pp.667-687); and “Politics of the Heart: recognition of homoparental families”, (2008) Florida Philosophical Review: Journal of the Florida Philosophical Association, Vol 8, issue 1 (University of Central Florida Department of Philosophy. Other documentaries on queer histories by Nicol include: Dykes Planning Tykes: Queering the Family Tree (2011, directed by Nancy Nicol and M. J. Daniel) on the groundbreaking family planning course for lesbians and queer identified women in Toronto; and One Summer in New Paltz: A Cautionary Tale (2008), on the civil disobedience same-sex marriage movement in the USA. In 2009, Nicol completed her award-winning series From Criminality to Equality on the history of lesbian and gay rights organizing in Canada from 1969 to 2009 which includes the films Stand Together (124 min. 2002), The Queer Nineties (90 min. 2009), Politics of the Heart (68 min. 2005) and The End of Second Class (90 min. 2006). Her work on lesbian and gay history also includes a number of shorts: Pride and Resistance, and Proud Lives. This body of work has received a number of honours including: short-listed for the Derek Oyston CHE Film Prize, 23rd London Lesbian and Gay Film Festival, London, UK; Elle Flanders Award for Best Documentary, Inside Out, Toronto, 2007 and 2006; Honourable Mention for Best Canadian Female Director in the shorts category, Inside Out, 2007; the Audience Choice Award for Best Documentary, Image + Nation, Montréal, 2006; the Audience Choice Award, Making Scenes, Ottawa, 2002 and the John Bailey Completion Award, Inside Out, 2002. Nicol’s films, including earlier works from the 1980s, are available at Vtape.
Scope and Content
The fonds contains materials relating to Nancy Nicol’s work as a documentary filmmaker and activist. There are raw moving image and audio footage used in the making of documentary films. Also included are Nicol’s finalized full-length films and shorts. The fonds consists of a significant amount of research material as well as administrative work relating to film production, distribution, and publicization. Nicol’s film work is divided into two large sections, clearly distinguished in the fonds: Nicol’s earlier work focussed on LGBT rights and history largely in Canada, and her later work on the Envisioning Global LGBT Human Rights project.
Storage Location
Posters MC : 6.1 /01 : 14.5.3 /02-04 : 14.5.4 /05 : AV.14.7 /06 : AV.14.8 /07 : AV.12.5
Related Material
See the ArQuives monographs and serials collections for 2016-053 and 2019-043, and Appendix A in the finding aid.
Access Restrictions
Open
Copyright
Researchers wishing to publish moving image, sound recording materials, and transcripts must obtain written permission from Nancy Nicol. Researchers must also obtain clearance from the holder(s) of any copyrights in the materials. Note that The ArQuives can grant copyright clearance only for those materials for which we hold the copyright. It is the responsibility of the researcher to obtain copyright clearance for all other materials directly from the copyright holder(s).
Arrangement
Contains series: 1- Administration 2- Research 3- Audio-Visual 4- Envisioning Global LGBT Human Rights project
Description Level
Fonds
Accession Number
2016-056, 2019-043
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