Sullivan Entertainment is famous for producing shows like Road to Avonlea that very accurately depict the past. Why do people continue to find films and television shows set in the past so fascinating?
Category Archives: Essays
June 18, 2012/ By
During the Edwardian Period, food was intended to impress guests – it was regarded as a symbol of family wealth and social status.
May 3, 2012/ By
During production of Road to Avonlea, several issues of a newsletter appropriately called The Avonlea Chronicle were produced exclusively for members of the Avonlea Fan Club. Relatively few issues were printed and even fewer still exist. In fact, there is only one copy of each at Sullivan Entertainment. Over the next few blogs, the articles published during Season 5 will be posted in their entirety.
December 9, 2011/ By
It is accepted that the details of an author’s life will sometimes affect their work, whether they realize it or not. Often, authors will insert the smallest personal details into their text and it is only through their journals or letters that we can discover the reasons why.