Film and video



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  • Used for moving image material including, but not limited to, film cartridge, film loop, film reel, video reel, videocassette, optical disc or the sound element of a moving image (audio reel, magnetic track, optical track). Term can also be used for digital moving images using file formats such as MPEG or MP4.

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Martin Lawrence Friedland fonds

  • UTA 1294
  • Fonds
  • 1868-2020

Fonds consists of six accessions of records documenting the life of Martin L. Friedland, as a student, professor of law and administrator at the University of Toronto; as an expert on legal matters and a contributor to the formation of public policy at the provincial and federal levels; and as an author of several books and numerous articles, in particular the researching and writing of his book University of Toronto: A History (University of Toronto Press, 2002 & 2013).

See accession-level descriptions for further details.

Friedland, Martin Lawrence

‘The Laskin legacy: a commemoration of the life and contributions of the Right Honourable Bora Laskin, P.C., Q.C.’ DVD – See chapters 16-22 on Disc 1 for Friedland’s talk

Talks are given by Roy McMurtry, Michel Robert and Ian Bini, Peter Hogg among many. Friedland delivers a talk - ‘Bora Laskin and the University.’ See chapters 16-22 on Disc 1 for Friedland’s talk.

13th Colloquium on the Legal Profession - Lawyers, Legends, Legacies and Lessons from Ontario Legal History - Day 2

These are recordings of day two of the Colloquium that took place at University of Toronto. The first session on disc 1 includes a session on the Archaelogy of Legal Proceedings: In Search of Professionalism. Session is introduced by Martin Friedland and includes talks by Lawyer Patricia McMahon and Judge Robert Sharpe who disucss the "Persons Case". In also includes Jim Phillips of the University of Toronto Law School discussing the history of the Manitoba Fisheries Case. Session is commented by Bruce Elman, Dean of the University of Windsor, Faculty of Law. Disc 2 contains the Goodman Lecture by Chief Justice Roy McMurtry. An interview wiht McMurtry about the importance of the history of law is imbedded in the proceddings.

13th Colloquium on the Legal Profession - Lawyers, Legends, Legacies and Lessons from Ontario Legal History - Day 1

Recordings of sessions on day one of the Colloquium that took place at Osgood Hall. Disk 1 includes talks given on the following historical figures: Cecil (Caesar Wright), Norman Lisker, G. Arthur Martin, William Perkin Bull, Bora Laskin, Vera Parsons, E. Lionell Cross, Bertha Wilson, Willima Renwich Riddell and Clara Brett Martin, Joseph Valin, J. L. Cohen. Disk 2 has historicap papers on Women's Law Association of Ontario, Lord Reading Law Club and Lawyers and Military Service.

Sound and Moving Images

Series consists primarily of recordings of various interviews and addresses given by Martin Friedland regarding the legal system in addition to his book The University of Toronto: A History.


This series contains alphabetically arranged correspondence files relating to various topics, organizations and individuals on the discipline of linguistics. Also included in this series are files in chronological order in three categories: American linguistics, British (and European) linguistics and Canadian linguistics. Files in this latter category are the most voluminous, containing correspondence with Prof. Chambers from his earliest days at the University of Toronto. Correspondence with American linguists include David Rood, University of Colorado, Robert I. Binnick, University of Kansas, William Labov, Virginia McDavid, Richard Spears, John Baugh among others. British and European correspondents include, among others, Paul Salmon, University Reading, David Britain, Victoria University of Wellington (NZ), Edgar Schneider, Universitat Regensburg and Beat Glauser, Heidelberg. Correspondence with Canadian linguists include colleagues both inside and outside the University of Toronto, and include linguists such as C. Douglas Ellis of McGill University, Harrold Paddock, Memorial University, H.R. Wilson, University of Western Ontario, William Cowan, Carleton University and Gary Prideaux, University of Alberta.

Further records relating to Prof. Chambers’ work in the field of linguistics can be found in file B2019-0038/001(01), which includes some correspondence and ephemera relating to speaking engagements and conferences. Many of the press clippings in files B2019-0038/001(07)-(09) quote Prof. Chambers on the subject of linguistics, demonstrating his role as a regular commentator on this subject, particularly in relation to Canadian English. Similarly, two sound recordings relate to his contributions to the CBC Radio program And Sometimes Y, which explored the cultural and social context of language; another to a talk on language, sex and gender given in Vienna in 2006.

NOW Communications Fonds

  • CA ON00349 2002.002
  • Fonds
  • 1981-2002

This fonds is divided into 4 series: ‘NOW Communications Inc.’, ‘NOW Magazine Photo Archive’, ‘The ‘Photo’ Series’, ‘NOW Magazine Audiovisual’.

The first series, ‘NOW Communications Inc.’, consists mainly of textual material relating to the production of the magazine. It is divided into 14 sections: ‘Administration’, ‘Advertising’, ‘Contracts’, ‘Awards’, ‘Circulation’, ‘Correspondence’, ‘Ephemera’, ‘Financial’, ‘Legal’, ‘Photography’, ‘Posters’, ‘Printing Subcontracts’, ‘Promotional’, ‘Publicity’, and ‘Research’. This series also includes 39 bound volumes of NOW Magazine (a complete run dating from Summer 1981 to August 2001).

The second series, ‘NOW Magazine Photo Archive’ consists of several thousand photographs related to the production of NOW Magazine (Vols. 1- 9). These photos document current events, personalities, buildings and businesses, streetscapes, conventions, demonstrations and rallies, theatre rehearsals and performances, film production stills, promotional portraits, and advertising and product shots used for advertising/illustrations/cover shots. This also includes 23 pieces of original artwork.

The third series, ‘The Photo Series’, consists of several thousand photographs related to the production of NOW Magazine (Vols. 10 - 13).
The photographs feature the same subject matter as those in the second series.

The fourth series, ‘NOW Magazine Audiovisual’, consists of audio and video items including production meetings, speeches, radio advertisements, interviews with Michael Hollet and Alice Klein, interviews with celebrities conducted by Michael Hollett, seminars, music compilations, and radio and television profiles of NOW Magazine.

NOW Communications

2018 acquisition

This acquisition is divided into twelve serieses based on production. The series are:
Series 01: Canada: A Magnificent Journey
Series 02: Canada: The Undiscovered Land
Series 03: Canadian Waterways
Series 04: Destination Parks with Peter Trueman
Series 05: Great Canadian Lakes
Series 06: HistoryLands
Series 07: Sacred Spaces
Series 08: Sports Down Under
Series 09: Top Ten Canadian Parks
Series 10: Top Ten Canadian Wildlife
Series 11: Ultimate Response
Series 12: Word Slingers

Good Earth Productions

Sam Stedman Fonds

  • CA ON00349 2007.002
  • Fonds
  • 1999-2001

This fonds includes audiovisual material relating to the following theatrical productions:

Sick – A Chamber of Horrors (2001)
Phalanx (1999)

Stedman, Sam

Shaftesbury Films Inc. Fonds

  • CA ON00349 2007.008
  • Fonds
  • 1993-2007

This fonds is divided into 3 series, based on format. These are: Audio Material; Video Material; and Cinefilms.

The first series, Audio Material, is comprised of raw and mixed soundtrack elements used in the production of the programs.

The second series, Video Material, includes unedited field recordings, various edits and completed television programs.

The third series, Cinefilm, includes unedited camera-original colour negative shot for many of the programs and features.

This fonds includes audiovisual material relating to a number of productions, including:

Camilla (Film, 1993)
Swann (Film, 1996)
Painted Angels (Film, 1998)
Conquest (Film, 1998)
External Affairs (Film, 1999)
Jacob Two Two Meets the Hooded Fang (Film, 1999)
The Joanne Kilbourn Mysteries (Television, 2000)
Screech Owls (Television, 2001)
Torso (Television, 2002)
Scar Tissue (Television, 2002)
Long Life, Happiness and Prosperity (Television, 2002)
The Atwood Stories (Television, 2003)
In the Dark (Television, 2003)
Hemingway vs .Callaghan (Television, 2003)
The Detective Murdoch Mysteries (Television, 2004)
The Shields Stories (Television, 2004)
Re-Genesis (Television, 2004)
Dark Oracle (Television, 2004)
Terry (Television, 2005)
Mischief City (Television, 2005)
Life with Derek (Television, 2005)
Eight Days to Live (Television, 2006)
11 Cameras (Television, 2006)
The Jane Show (Television, 2006)
In God’s Country (Television, 2007)

Shaftesbury Films Inc.

2018 acquisition

This acquisition is divided into seven series:
Series 01: Audio recordings done by Call Dodd. Most recordings are musical covers of songs, or his of his own songs. Some recordings are done with other musicians.
Series 02: Audio recordings and video tapes done with CBC studios for a variety of programs.
Series 03: Material, including video recordings, relating to Dodd's time on the program Circus.
Series 04: Audio and visual recordings done for the many product commercials Dodd has lent his voice to or auditioned for.
Series 05: Musical recordings of the band Déjà Vu, of which Dodd was a member.
Series 06: Audio recordings relating to work done with Canadian journalist, singer, and broadcaster Malka Marom.
Series 07: Video recordings and textual material relating to the Miss Teen Canada pageants, of which Dodd was a host.

Dodd, Cal

Music Library Collection of Faculty Events

  • CA OTUFM 51
  • Collection
  • 1946-present, 1965-present predominant

Collection consists of recordings and programs of performances by by faculty members, students, student ensembles, and guest artists, at one of the Faculty of Music theatres (Walter Hall and MacMillan Theatre), and at other University venues.

University of Toronto. Faculty of Music

Audiovisual & digital records

Series consists primarily of photographs, audio interviews and video recordings of play performances, interviews, and poetry readings. Records include both analogue and digital audio and video recordings, and well as digital photographs.

Guido Pugliese fonds

  • CA UTM F003
  • Fonds
  • 1969-2019

Fonds consists of material documenting the career of Prof. Guido Pugliese as Associate Professor in the Department of Language Studies at the University of Toronto Mississauga (UTM), and to a limited extent, his involvement in the local Italian Canadian community. Records include textual records such as CVs, correspondence, course material, play scripts and programs, as well as photographs and video recordings mostly related to Italian plays at UTM.

Pugliese, Guido

Richard Story Fonds

  • CA ON00349 2019.018
  • Fonds
  • 1964 – 2014, predominant 1979 - 2010

This fonds consists of 16 series, divided by production, format, and project, based on Story’s original division and organisation of files. The series are as follows:

1.“Some Letters to a Young Poet Feature Film”
2.“Echo Lake Feature Film”
3.“Palace short film”

  1. “The Time Traveler TV Movie”
  2. “Works in Development”
  3. “The Chair short film”
  4. “Duke Redbird short film”
  5. “Elusive short film”
  6. “Canadian Aboriginal Archive Project”
  7. “Writing Projects”
  8. “European Mime Tour 1990”
  9. “Personal Calendars 1986 – 2011”
  10. “Teaching Materials”
  11. “Personal Files”
  12. “Book Collection”
  13. “Indigenous Collection”.

The first series, “Some Letters to a Young Poet Feature Film”, includes story research notes, script drafts, art design research, shooting script, production stills, audio cassettes, raw footage, ¾ inch U-Matic video cassettes, Betacam SP video cassettes, VHS cassettes, casting tapes, original music recordings, handwritten tape-logs, EDLs, director’s notes, production journal, promotional materials, photographic prints and negatives, print press kits, press clippings and memorabilia related to the production of the feature film.

The second series, “Echo Lake Feature Film”, includes research notes, script drafts, shooting script with hand-written notes, art design research, location scout VHS cassettes, casting VHS cassettes, raw footage, MiniDV video cassettes, Betacam SP master video cassette, correspondences, pre-licences, financing agreements, production stills, select props, original music CD, handwritten tape-logs, director’s notes, screener VHS cassettes, production journal, DVD data discs, photographic prints and negatives, print press kits, and press clippings related to the production of the feature film.

The third series, “Palace short film”, includes script drafts in short film and feature-length formats, research notes, production stills, JPEG digital files and photographic prints, funding application, shooting script, shot lists, credits, cast correspondences, film festival programmes, DVD data discs, Mini DV video cassettes, audio CD, and one external hard drive, relating to the production of the short film.

The fourth series, “The Time Traveler TV Movie”, includes story research notes, script drafts, shooting script, art design research, casting material, development agreement, series bible, casting VHS cassettes, six first draft episodic scripts, production stills, camera reports, production notes, raw footage, handwritten tape-logs, director’s notes, production journal, mini DV video cassettes, DVD data discs, digital mov files, digital TIFF files, DVD discs, Blu-ray discs, HDCAM video cassettes, Betacam SP video cassettes, internal hard drives, textile wardrobe items, relating to the production of the TV movie.

Note there are two video cassettes (Betcam & HDCAM) in this series which have a Cree audio dub of the pilot episode, as well as versioning notes and a time-coded translation of the script in Cree and English.

The fifth series, “Works in Development”, includes textual materials such as writing notes, research notes, screenplays, beat sheets, grant applications, funding paperwork, development notes for various unproduced works. The series also contains audio-visual materials such as Mini-DV audition tapes, VHS video cassettes, and 3/4 inch U-Matic video cassettes of live comedy shows.

The sixth series, “The Chair short film”, includes textual production materials, digital prints on data CD, rough cuts on VHS video cassette, as well as final edit on DVD-R and mini DV cassette for a short film written by Sally O'Neill, and produced by Richard Story and Sally O’Neill.

The seventh series, “Duke Redbird short film”, includes promotional postcard, DVDs, DVD-R, mini DV and VHS video cassette, featuring rough cuts and final edit of the short documentary.

The eighth series, “Elusive short film”, includes script drafts for the short film and feature formats, casting documents, financing and distribution materials, photographic prints, shooting script, shot lists, VHS video cassettes, Mini DV video cassettes, DVDs, and a 3 ½ inch floppy disk relating to the production of the short film.

The ninth series, “Canadian Aboriginal Archive Project”, includes a soundtrack on audio cassette, interviews with actor Lorne Cardinal, release agreement, funding applications, digital script on 3 ½ inch floppy disk, VHS video cassettes and Mini DV video cassettes relating to the production of the project.

The tenth series, “Writing Projects”, includes textual materials relating to Story’s writing, such as a book proposal, draft, and supporting press materials for Producing & Directing an Independent Digital Movie; a sales kit, notes, correspondences, and finished drafts of The Portable Film School; and a number of 3 ½ inch floppy disks with other works.

The eleventh series, “European Mime Tour 1990”, includes VHS video cassettes, 3/4 inch U-Matic video cassettes, audio cassettes, 33 rpm audio record, photographic prints, as well as ephemera and artifacts from the tour.

The twelfth series, “Personal Calendars 1986 – 2011”, includes hand-written and colour-coded monthly calendars for each year. The calendar for 2008 is not included. Items were digitized by donor, prior to donation. The digital files are not included in this donation.

The thirteenth series, “Teaching Materials”, includes textual materials such as course notes, course descriptions, exam papers, feedback forms, film festival programmes, flipbooks, grant applications and film release press kits used as teaching examples. The series contains 36 VHS video cassettes of commercially released film productions used in the donor’s course curriculums. Photographs and digital prints are included in some of the press kits in the series. Also included are 7 mounted 35mm colour transparencies of production stills from commercially released film titles.

Please note that this series contains confidential information relation to student names, contact info and grades.

The fourteenth series, “Personal Files”, includes materials relating to the donor’s teenage years in Vancouver, and his interest in the punk and skateboarding scenes. The series includes commercial and independent music releases on 33rpm and 45rpm discs, as well as newspaper clippings, photographs, skateboarder magazines, newsletters, stickers, club membership cards, flags, and various ephemera. Artifacts include a medal, trophy, ribbons, and rosettes from skateboarding competitions.

The fifteenth series, “Book Collection”, includes a range of published books relating to the donor’s creative influences. Authors represented included Gaston Bachelard, Walter Murch, Friedrich Nietzsche and Andrey Tarkovsky.

The sixteenth series, “Indigenous Collection”, includes materials relating to the donor’s creative work and teaching in the Indigenous and Aboriginal media communities, in Canada and internationally. Textual materials include press clippings, festival brochures, media directories, training leaflets, magazines and publications relating to Indigenous issues. The series also includes commercially released DVDs and CDs from Indigenous artists, and festival tote bags.

This fonds includes textual and audio-visual material relating to the following film productions:
• Echo Lake
• Elusive
• Palace
• Some Letters to a Young Poet
• The Chair
• The Time Traveller

This fonds includes textual material relating to the following film productions:
• The Hidden Path
• Z-Virus

This fonds includes audio-visual material relating to the following film productions:
• Duke Redbird

Story, Richard

Jacques Israelievitch Fonds

  • CA ON00349 CA ON00349 2017.05
  • Fonds
  • 1665 - 2016

This fonds consists of 14 series, divided by subject and format. They are: Personal Files & Ephemera, Video, Audio, Jacques Israelievitch - 50th Birthday Concert, Sheet Music & Scores, Professional Files, The Toronto Symphony Orchestra, Chautauqua Institution: Chautauqua School of Music, Postcards, Art Gallery & Exhibition Card Announcements, Correspondence, Press & Promotional, Programs & Reviews, and Artwork & Posters.

The first series, Personal Files & Ephemera, includes agendas, books, guest books, rehearsal schedules, tour books, photographs, correspondences, T-shirts, business cards, magazines, photo CDs, and a personal hard drive. It also contains condolences related to, and a DVD recording of, Israelievitch's funeral.

The second series, Video, includes concert performances, rehearsal videos, prepared remarks for a speech to the Alliance française, and photographs. One video documents a Toronto Symphony Orchestra strike; another commemorates Israelievitch's 2008 retirement.

The third series, Audio, includes concert performances, university master class recordings, radio dubs. Some performances were taped at University of Toronto's Hart House; some others were taped with the Toronto Symphony Orchestra.

The fourth series, Jacques Israelievitch - 50th Birthday Concert, includes photographs, concert programs, scrapbooks, invitation flyers, and handwritten letters. It also contains books containing original music written by Danny Rubin, Ruth Watson Henderson, Raymond Luedeke, and R. Murray Schafer, specifically for the occasion.

The fifth series, Sheet Music & Scores, includes sheet music, scores, and related correspondences. It includes music written by Oskar Morawetz, passed down from Israelievitch's mentor Josef Gingold, as well as teaching materials given to master class pupils.

The sixth series, Professional Files, includes correspondences, photographs, copies of signed contracts, television programs, concert programs, festival programs, and résumés. It also contains materials related to master classes Israelievitch taught in Japan.

The seventh series, The Toronto Symphony Orchestra, includes contracts, correspondences, photographs, newspaper profiles, concert programs, meeting agendas, and meeting minutes.

The eighth series, Chautauqua Institution: Chautauqua School of Music, includes contracts, correspondences, student evaluations, class rosters, newspaper clippings, thank you letters, and photographs of Israelievitch with students.

The ninth series, Postcards, includes blank postcards, postcard books, and postcard sets. Many of them are from his travels throughout Asia.

The tenth series, Art Gallery & Exhibition Card Announcements, includes art announcements, newsletters, brochures, newspapers, magazines, and art posters.

The eleventh series, Correspondence, includes holiday cards, birthday cards, thank you cards, correspondences with students, and French-language correspondences with family. Correspondences include letters from: The White House (Washington, D.C.); Arts & Letters Club of Toronto; Canadian Broadcasting Corporation; Concul General of the Federal Republic of Germany; University of Toronto; and others.

The twelfth series, Press & Promotional, includes newspapers, magazines, program cover layouts, promotional photographs, posters, and postcards.

The thirteenth series, Programs & Reviews, includes newspaper and magazine clippings, concert programs, and correspondences.

The fourteenth series, Artwork & Posters, includes exhibition posters, concert posters, framed prints, and inkjet prints.

Jacques Israelievitch

Peter Feniak Fonds

  • CA ON00349 2019.013
  • Fonds
  • 1964 – 2019

This fonds consists of 11 series, divided by subject matter, production and format, and reflecting Feniaks’s own division and naming of his files. The series are: “Introduction and Overview”, “Early Days Media, Promo Folders, B&W Photographs”, “90 Minutes Live with Peter Gzowski / Canada After Dark", “That's Life Global TV”, “Lifetime CTV”, “Freelance Writer / Broadcaster work”, “Feature Articles”, “Good Times features on celebrated Canadians”, “Books autographed by interview subjects”, “Videotapes from Freelance Work” and “Clippings and Periodicals”.

The first series, “Introduction and Overview”, includes resumes, headshot photographs, correspondence, notes, video cassettes and audio cassettes relating to Feniak’s early work. This series also contains a first edition print of the John Lennon book, A Spaniard in the Works, as well an audio cassette recording of an interview with Ray Manzarek of The Doors recorded in 1996.

The second series, “Early Days Media, Promo Folders, B&W Photographs”, includes notes, press clippings, promotional photographs and publicity materials relating to Feniak’s work for Winnipeg Folk Festival, CBC Winnipeg, and Winnipeg Free Press.

The third series, "90 Minutes Live with Peter Gzowski / Canada After Dark", includes production notes, guest listings, research, and CBC memos relating to the production of 90 Minutes Live with Peter Gzowski and Canada After Dark on CBC. Some items containing personal information may be restricted.

The fourth series, “That's Life Global TV”, includes press kits, promotional photographs, interview notes, and story notes relating to Feniak’s work as a host for That’s Life on Global TV.

The fifth series, "Lifetime CTV", includes video cassettes, DVD-Rs, promotional photographs, tour itineraries, production notes, interview notes, correspondence, continuity prints, and press clippings for Lifetime seasons 1 through 4 on CTV.

The sixth series, “Freelance Writer / Broadcaster work”, includes production notes, story pitches, video cassette demo reels and article press clippings for Feniak’s work as a freelance writer and television host.

The seventh series, “Feature Articles”, includes audio cassettes, video cassettes and newspaper clippings of Feniak’s interviews and features on notable figures in the world of entertainment.

The eighth series, “Good Times features on celebrated Canadians “, includes audio cassettes, mp3 audio, typed articles and Good Times magazine clippings of Feniak’s interviews and features on notable Canadians, such as Leslie Nielsen, Gordon Lightfoot, William Shatner, Jim Cuddy, Stompin’ Tom Connors, Margot Kidder, Silken Laumann, Arlene Dickinson, Colin Mochrie, Rick Mercer, and Dr. David Sazuki.

The ninth series, “Books autographed by interview subjects”, includes hard cover and soft cover books by authors such as Irving Layton, Dr. David Sazuki and Joan Collins. This series also contains a sketchbook by Friz Freleng, with 6 original pen drawings of Looney Toons characters, signed by the artist.

The tenth series, “Videotapes from Freelance Work”, includes video cassettes of Feniak’s work on television programs such as Today’s Parent, Lifetime, and That’s Life, as well as consumer recordings of other television events such as Live Aid and the Juno Awards 1998.

The eleventh series, “Clippings and Periodicals”, includes newspaper clippings, festival programs, and press credentials for Feniak’s freelance journalist and reporting work. This series also contains some promotional buttons and a medal.

This fonds includes textual and audio-visual material relating to the following television productions:
• 90 Minutes Live with Peter Gzowski
• Canada After Dark
• Lifetime
• Live it Up
• That’s Life
• Today’s Parent

This fonds includes textual material relating to articles in the following publications:
• Frank (periodical)
• Globe and Mail (newspaper)
• Good Times (magazine)
• Saturday Night (magazine)
• The City (Toronto Star magazine)
• Toronto (magazine)
• Toronto Star (newspaper)

Feniak, Peter

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