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ELA K-Gr.9: Viewing and Text Study

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ELA Gr. 10 - 12: Feature Film Study

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ELA Gr. 10 - 12: Visual and Media text Study

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CTS: Media and Communication Arts

History of Motion Pictures Technology & Production Tools Costumes, Props & Set Design Film Elements Student Interactives
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The Canadian Encyclopedia: History of the Canadian Film Industry site description for The Canadian Encyclopedia: History of the Canadian Film Industry
This article includes notes about the history of the film industry in Canada from its earliest days to 21st Century accomplishments. There are also many links to explore for further research. 
http://www.thecanadianencyclopedia.com/en/article/the-history-of-film-in-canada/

 
Museum of the Moving Image site description for Museum of the Moving Image
This site has a searchable database of film-related objects....if you are looking for memorabilia relating to actors or movies, this is a good place to start your search. It provides a fascinating look at the world of film over the years, from views of original artifacts. 
http://collection.movingimage.us/

 
UCLA: Preserved Silent Animation site description for UCLA: Preserved Silent Animation
This is a wonderful chance to watch several different silent films. You can read the preservation commentary, listen to licensed music with the piece, as well as read film notes and historical overview. 
http://animation.library.ucla.edu/

 
American Film Institute: 100 Year Lists site description for American Film Institute: 100 Year Lists
This page from the American Film Institute has links to their great `Lists`, including greatest musicals, music scores, movie quotes, songs, heroes and villains, etc. 
http://www.afi.com/100years/

 
Digital History: Film site description for Digital History: Film
Although this resource is very American, there are some interesting articles about the history of movie making and its role in society. 
http://www.digitalhistory.uh.edu/topic.cfm?topicID=11

 
Museum of the Moving Image - Pinewood Dialogues site description for Museum of the Moving Image - Pinewood Dialogues
Listen to selected conversations with innovative and influential creative figures in film, TV, and digital media -- including Robert Altman, Tim Robbins, David Cronenberg, Terry Gilliam, Tommy Lee Jones, and many others. You can also print out the transcript and/or download the mp3 file. 
http://www.movingimage.us/pinewood/
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