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Enjoy vintage documentaries from the Sullivan Entertainment archives that follow the creation of the Anne of Green Gables movies over the span of 20 years. Watch some of the best moments and find out everything you need to know about how the iconic Anne of Green Gables movies were created.
Filmed on location during the filming of Anne of Avonlea (Anne of Green Gables The Sequel) in 1987, this behind the scenes look at the production and interviews with key cast offers a unique insight into the development of the second Anne film.
A short documentary, narrated by Cedric Smith (Anne and Green Gables, Road To Avonlea) that takes the viewer through the inspirations that fueled L.M.Montgomery's creation of Anne of Green Gables and Kevin Sullivan's film adaption 80 years later.
Costume designer Martha Mann discusses recreating the costumes for the fourth Anne of Green Gables film, Anne of Green Gables: A New Beginning. Learn about her thought process and creative influences for the iconic costumes.
Go behind the scenes of the fourth Anne of Green Gables film, Anne of Green Gables: A New Beginning to learn about the concept of the film, which was based partly on the real life story of L.M. Montgomery.
Director Kevin Sullivan, Casting Directors Jason knight and John Buchan, and actress Hannah Endicott-Douglas talk about the search for the perfect Anne Shirley for the fourth Anne of Green Gables film, Anne of Green Gables: A New Beginning.
A collection of missing scenes from Anne of Green Gables: The Continuing Story including: Gil's Decision to go to War, Anne & Gilbert's Wedding Night, Anne Cares for an Orphan Child, Gil Playing Football, Anne in the Hospital, Gil Leaves for New York
The winning entry by film maker Natasha Hall from our online film competition, which was held in 2008 for the 100th anniversary of the publishing of Anne of Green Gables. Filmed in Central Park, this short film is a very personal interpretation of L.M. Montgomery's classic.