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National Archives of Canada; Founded in 1872, the Archives' collections today include millions of records, including texts, photographs, films, maps, videos, books, paintings, prints and government files, that bring the past to life. We encourage all members of the public to visit the National Archives of Canada - to pursue a special field of research, to view the constantly changing exhibitions, to learn more about Canada's rich and diverse heritage.

Library of Congress; An incredible site with a huge listing of every Archive from around the world.

UCLA Film and Television Archive; Containing over 220,000 films and television programs, and 27 million feet of newsreel footage, we are the largest university-held moving-image archive in the world. These items are available to the public via screenings, research facilities, and licensing as stock footage for professional productions.

SMPTE; is the preeminent professional society for motion picture and television engineers, with approximately 10,000 members worldwide. The Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers (SMPTE) is an international, award-winning technical society devoted to advancing the theory and application of motion-imaging technology including film, television, video, computer imaging, and telecommunications.

AMIA; The of Moving Image Archivists (AMIA) is a non-profit professional association established to advance the field of moving image archiving by fostering cooperation among individuals and organizations concerned with the collection, preservation, exhibition and use of moving image materials.

Canadianfilm.com; Still under construction, be sure to check out this site; Canadianfilm.com is now offering free web based e-mail; unique t-shirt designs in high quality Canadian made 100% cotton tee's. Designs like "Trail of the Royal Mounted", "Canadian National Pictorial", "Here Come the Canadians", plus links, movie clips, and info on topics with Canadian film content. For more info contact; webmaster@canadianfilm.com

FIAF; The International Federation of Film Archives (FIAF) brings together institutions dedicated to rescuing films both as cultural heritage and as historical documents. Founded in Paris in 1938, FIAF is a collaborative association of the world's leading film archives whose purpose has always been to ensure the proper preservation and showing of motion pictures. Today, more than 100 archives in over 60 countries collect, restore, and exhibit films and cinema documentation spanning the entire history of film.

 

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