Welcome to the Canadian Educational, Sponsored, and Industrial Film Archive, a research hub for scholars, students, historians, and archivists. Featured is our growing comprehensive database of Canadian-produced film titles in the broadly defined genres of educational, sponsored, and industrial motion pictures. With each of our entries, you will find such information as production credits, holding institutions, and description of subject matter. News, bibliographical material, and critical commentary are also a part of this website. A sample of films can also be viewed. Explore the website and discover the world of Canadian educational, sponsored, and industrial film.

This project originates from the Department of Communication Studies at Concordia University (Montreal).

Fighting the Sand Dunes

Languages: 
English
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By Quinte's Shores

Languages: 
English

Northern Ontario

Languages: 
English
Comments: 
The film may have been produced for or in cooperation with the Temiscaming and Northern Ontario Railway.

Where Firemen Grow Wings : Fire Fighting with Aeroplanes

Languages: 
English
Comments: 
Edited and titled by Katherine Hilliker; supervised by G.W. Brownridge.

Farm Drainage

Languages: 
English

Culling Hens

Languages: 
English

Art at the Technical School

Languages: 
English
Comments: 
According to Library and Archives Canada, one of three Ontarion Motion Picture Bureau films about the Central Technical School in Toronto which were shot in the Fall of 1919. See also In Toronto's Centrial Technical School and Learning Modern Industrial Processes.

Présence culturelle du Québec

Languages: 
French
English

Stop

Languages: 
French
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