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Vintage Film Festival
The Foundation produces the Vintage Film Festival every year on a weekend in October. Full details here.
Marie Dressler House
The history of the Marie Dressler House is here. It is now the home of the Interactive Canadian Women in Film Museum.
Dressler House is located at:
212 King street West (Hwy 2),
Cobourg, Ontario, Canada.
The Marie Dressler Museum has been expanded and is now called "Canadian Women in Film Museum".
Opening hours for 2023
By appointment only - see About Us page
Visit the new museum's website here for details of how to book your visit at other times
Sydney Stewart 2018
Stephanie Kooman 2017
Kieva Earle 2018
Mackenzie Earle 2017
Olivia Rapsos 2019
Graham Beer 2018
Alyssa Brush - 2022
Isabell Haig - 2022
Malcolm Jack - 2022
Ava Bogyay 2019
Andrew Atanasoff 2019
Carter Holmes 2017
Georgia Callaghan - 2022
Juliette Sinnott 2019
Ben Hughes 2018
Morgan Murray 2017
Kyler Tonkin 2017
News about the Activities of the Marie Dressler Foundation
|Date||Name of Event|
|August 4||Movies In Victoria Park, Cobourg|
|September 9 until November 10||“Cobourg’s Sweetheart:
Celebrating Marie Dressler”
|September 14||“Women and Hollywood”|
|September 29||“Dinner At Eight”|
|November 9||Marie Dressler 150 Celebration Day|
Proclaimed as "Marie Dressler 150 Celebration Day" by Town Council
November 9, 2018 at 4:00 pm in front of Victoria Hall, Cobourg
This will be a public celebration with speeches by local dignitaries with some give-aways for the attendees, and a special surprise.
Download the Town's proclamation here.
More details will be forthcoming in the next few months.
Town of Cobourg
September 29, 2018 at 6:00 p.m. at Best Western Plus Cobourg Inn, Cobourg
An epic celebration of Marie Dressler’s 150th birthday using her 65th birthday in Hollywood as a theme.
The evening features:
1930’s cocktails, food, and décor (wine included with dinner)
Live 1930’s big band and jazz music by Northumberland Orchestra during dinner
Surprises during the evening
Following dinner, a showing of “Dinner At Eight” (1933) starring Marie Dressler
August 4, 2018 Town of Cobourg’s Movies In The Park
Movie Title: Sherlock Gnomes
Bags of Popcorn for a Loonie, courtesy of Marie Dressler Foundation
For movie information, visit Town of Cobourg Tourism site at www.cobourgtourism.ca
Isabelle Gobeil, Animatrice / Reporter, Radio-Canada, Toronto visited Marie Dressler Museum a couple of weeks ago and reported on Radio as well as on the Radio-Canada.ca web site. Click here to go to the web page which includes photos, text and the audio. Il est entièrement en français.