Written by: Shirley Barrie
Length: 125 min.“In spite of being large and not conventionally attractive, Cobourg-born Marie Dressler uses determination and talent to develop an energetic, self-deprecating style of comedy that propels her from touring obscurity to Broadway stardom. Unfortunately, she is often her own worst enemy, and after the Great War both her stage career...
Written by: Sally Clark
Length: 110 min.“In Saint Frances of Hollywood, Hollywood diva Frances Farmer chooses to join the socialist Group Theatre in New York. She becomes incarcerated in a Seattle psychiatric hospital, where she was lobotomized and released as ‘cured’ in 1949.” (From the CPO Website)