Although little known today, the 1928 Canadian movie, Saving the Sagas, is an early example of a film recording the presence of the ethnographic fieldworker...
This post is a showcase of the work by Klaus Linnenbruegger, a trained tool and die maker. By entering you will see a wide selection of precision film equipment specially modified and created for the motion picture Archival community.
"Bryant Fryer is perhaps the most prominent of the voices unheard in this ASIFA historical survey. From 1927 until 1933, Fryer produced animated films under adverse circumstances in Canada."
Coming Soon… From Library & Archives Canada; Biography / Administrative history: Moore, Burton S: Burton S. Moore (fl. 1922-1969) was a wildlife filmmaker and inventor of a 35mm camera. His film Wildlife in New Brunswick represents the earliest use of a telephoto
Reproduced courtesy Torstar Syndication Services Published in The Toronto Star, Monday, April 24, 2006 Images Credit: Dan Gibson/Library & Archives Canada He’s the man who brought the loon into your living room. Among other things. Simply put – and simply
Library and Archives Canada (formerly National Archives of Canada) has been tasked with collecting and preserving our nation’s historic moments since 1872. Sometimes taken for granted, the archives only captures the public’s imagination on special occasions – such as Remembrance Day –