Series F 719-12 - The Lost Daughter series

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The Lost Daughter series

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F 719-12

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  • 1996-1998 (Creation)
    Minds Eye Entertainment Ltd., 1986-

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0.400 m of textual records

160 audio reels (ca. 160 hr.) : 19 cm/sec

26 videocassettes (ca. 13 hr.) : Hi8

151 videocassettes (ca. 72 hr., 30 min.) : Betacam, Betacam SP, Digital Betacam, VHS, U-Matic, U-Matic SP, DCT, Component Digital Video Cartridge

1346 photographs : prints, b&w, col.

535 photographs : negatives ; 35 mm, 120

859 photographs : slides, col. ; 35 mm

762 photographs on 28 contact sheets : prints, b&w

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In February, 1986, Regina Motion Picture, Video & Sound Ltd. was established when Kevin DeWalt assumed one half of a partnership with Ken Krawcyzk in Videotrends, a Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan-based video company. Regina Motion Picture, Video & Sound Ltd. was incorporated on April 15, 1986 and commenced operation in Regina with DeWalt as its president and Krawczyk as its secretary-treasurer. Early contracts for the company included corporate videos, short documentaries, commercial spots and music videos. By 1988, over seventy corporate videos had been produced. In 1989, the company produced its first television drama, The Great Electrical Revolution.

Also in 1989, Regina Motion Picture, Video & Sound Ltd. was reorganized to meet the increasing challenges of the broadening film and video market. Minds Eye Pictures was formed as the division that focused on the creative development and production of television commercials, corporate and educational videos, and on film/drama development. Another division, Quantum Post Production, was formed to focus on all aspects of post-production. Throughout the 1990s, Minds Eye Pictures continued to expand its production work with a variety of feature films, and television series, television movies of the week and television mini-series.

In 2001, Regina Motion Picture, Video & Sound Ltd. (with Minds Eye Pictures as a division thereof) and another business venture, Minds Eye New Media Inc., amalgamated to form Minds Eye Entertainment. The amalgamated corporation was registered in Saskatchewan on March 1, 2001. Kevin DeWalt continued as President and Chief Executive Officer of the company. Highlights in the history of Minds Eye Entertainment include the international success of the Gemini Award-winning children's television series Incredible Story Studio, and the television mini-series The Englishman's Boy which earned six Gemini Awards and the Seoul Drama Award in 2008. Minds Eye Entertainment embraced the digital age with interactive projects such as the Living Dinosaur Project, and web programs including My Global Adventure and inSayshable. The company also partnered with production companies in France, Germany, Switzerland, Ireland and the United Kingdom to produce various television series and feature films. In its history, Minds Eye has operated production offices in Los Angeles, California, Edmonton, Alberta and Vancouver, British Columbia.

Currently (2017) Minds Eye Entertainment continues to maintain its head office in Regina, however it also operates a satellite office from Kelowna, British Columbia that was established in 2016. It has produced over fifty television and movie productions, many of which have been distributed by its subsidiary company, Minds Eye International.

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This series consists of records pertaining to The Lost Daughter, a mini-series for television co-produced by Minds Eye Pictures and Condor Films. Inspired by true events, The Lost Daughter tells the story of Andrew McCracken, whose adult daughter disappears as a result of her involvement in a religious sect. McCracken searches for his daughter, and for the truth to the mystery of the sect. The production was filmed in Regina, Saskatchewan, Montreal, Quebec, and Zurich, Switzerland. It was broadcast on CTV in Canada and SAT.1 in Germany.

The executive producers of The Lost Daughter were Kevin DeWalt and Peter-Christian Fueter. It was produced by DeWalt and Fueter, and directed by Roger Cardinal. It was edited by George Appelby, and Peter Palliser wrote the teleplay. The director of photography was Karol Ike. The production was distributed by Evergreen Releasing Ltd. The cast of The Lost Daughter included Richard Chamberlain, Clare Sims, Helmut Griem, Michael Mendl, Christoph Ohrt, Susanna Simon, Suzanne Von Borsody, and C. David Johnson.

Moving image records consist of: raw footage (MI-5882 to MI-5930); flashback treatments (MI-5931, MI-6042 to MI-6043); dailies from 16 mm film (MI-5932 to MI-5962); Canadian love scene (MI-5963 to MI-5965); interviews with Susanna Simon, Peter-Christian Feuter, and Karol Ike (MI-5966 to MI-5967); promos (MI-5968 to MI-5971, MI-5976 to MI-5977, MI-6002); promotional news footage (MI-5972); tapes of the making of the production (MI-5973 to MI-5974); selected shots (MI-5975, MI-6040 to MI-6041); release copies (MI-5978 to MI-5980); electronic press kits (EPK) (MI-5981 to MI-5997); dub masters (MI-5998 to MI-6000); French version dub (MI-6001, MI-6003 to MI-6005); German version (MI-6006 to MI-6010, MI-6024 to MI-6025); footage relating to the making of Lost Daughter (MI-6011); offline edits (MI-6012 to MI-6015); copies of the North American version (MI-6016 to MI-6023); edited closed-captioned masters (MI-6026 to MI-6029); fine picture without titles (MI-6030 to MI-6039); Australian PAL version with 2 second commercial blacks textless transition master (MI-6044); and various masters (MI-6045 to MI-6059).

Textual records include daily camera summaries; production notes; cast and crew lists; budgets; research on cults; correspondence; press releases, newspaper and magazine articles and other publicity materials; media coverage summaries; pitch sheets; credits; actor biographies and corporate profiles; records relating to the premiere on December 4, 1997 in Regina, Saskatchewan; and a copy of Die verlorene Tochter by Rainer Bernfeld, written in German.

Sound recordings include raw sound; a wild music track; automated dialogue replacement (ADR) lines; and full track CCIR.

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Records are in good physical condition.

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Additional publicity material is available in the Business Records series (F 719-55).

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Moving images: MI-5882 to MI-6059

Graphic materials: GM-PH-3174 (1)-(3502)

Audio reels: SR-912 to SR-1071

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To consult the records, visit or contact the Regina office.

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Location for retrieval: Regina - Maxwell

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