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Film Reference Library home movie submissions

Toronto, The Film Reference Library, a division of the Toronto International Film Festival Group, invites the public to bring their home movies from May 15 to July 20 to the Film Reference Library for a free inspection and evaluation. These films will also be considered for a two-hour curated programme. This programme will screen on August 11, during a celebration of the 5th annual International Home Movie Day at Cinematheque Ontario (Art Gallery of Ontario’s Jackman Hall, 317 Dundas St. West - McCaul Street entrance). 

Home Movie Day will run from noon to 5pm and admission is free. Owners of films chosen for the programme will be contacted the week of July 23. For more information, visit the Film Reference Library website at filmreferencelibrary.ca.

Film drop-off:  The Film Reference Library

2 Carlton Street – East Mezzanine

Toronto, Ontario M5B 1J3

Drop-off hours:  Monday, Wednesday & Friday: Noon to 5pm

Accepted formats:  8mm film, Super8mm film, 16mm film, video
(video accepted if film original no longer exists or is not available)

Please note: Not all films can or will be accepted or programmed for reasons such as physical condition, content and/or length.

Home Movie Day is a celebration of amateur films and filmmaking held annually on the second Saturday in August at many local venues worldwide. Home Movie Day events provide the opportunity for individuals and families to see and share their own home movies with an audience of their community, and learn about film preservation in general. 

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Headline, Industry News

Film Reference Library home movie submissions

Toronto, The Film Reference Library, a division of the Toronto International Film Festival Group, invites the public to bring their home movies from May 15 to July 20 to the Film Reference Library for a free inspection and evaluation. These films will also be considered for a two-hour curated programme. This programme will screen on August 11, during a celebration of the 5th annual International Home Movie Day at Cinematheque Ontario (Art Gallery of Ontario’s Jackman Hall, 317 Dundas St. West - McCaul Street entrance). 

Home Movie Day will run from noon to 5pm and admission is free. Owners of films chosen for the programme will be contacted the week of July 23. For more information, visit the Film Reference Library website at filmreferencelibrary.ca.

Film drop-off:  The Film Reference Library

2 Carlton Street – East Mezzanine

Toronto, Ontario M5B 1J3

Drop-off hours:  Monday, Wednesday & Friday: Noon to 5pm

Accepted formats:  8mm film, Super8mm film, 16mm film, video
(video accepted if film original no longer exists or is not available)

Please note: Not all films can or will be accepted or programmed for reasons such as physical condition, content and/or length.

Home Movie Day is a celebration of amateur films and filmmaking held annually on the second Saturday in August at many local venues worldwide. Home Movie Day events provide the opportunity for individuals and families to see and share their own home movies with an audience of their community, and learn about film preservation in general. 

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Headline, Industry News

Film Reference Library home movie submissions

Toronto, The Film Reference Library, a division of the Toronto International Film Festival Group, invites the public to bring their home movies from May 15 to July 20 to the Film Reference Library for a free inspection and evaluation. These films will also be considered for a two-hour curated programme. This programme will screen on August 11, during a celebration of the 5th annual International Home Movie Day at Cinematheque Ontario (Art Gallery of Ontario’s Jackman Hall, 317 Dundas St. West - McCaul Street entrance). 

Home Movie Day will run from noon to 5pm and admission is free. Owners of films chosen for the programme will be contacted the week of July 23. For more information, visit the Film Reference Library website at filmreferencelibrary.ca.

Film drop-off:  The Film Reference Library

2 Carlton Street – East Mezzanine

Toronto, Ontario M5B 1J3

Drop-off hours:  Monday, Wednesday & Friday: Noon to 5pm

Accepted formats:  8mm film, Super8mm film, 16mm film, video
(video accepted if film original no longer exists or is not available)

Please note: Not all films can or will be accepted or programmed for reasons such as physical condition, content and/or length.

Home Movie Day is a celebration of amateur films and filmmaking held annually on the second Saturday in August at many local venues worldwide. Home Movie Day events provide the opportunity for individuals and families to see and share their own home movies with an audience of their community, and learn about film preservation in general. 

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