Cinema Antiques

The Cinema Antiques website and collections are dedicated to antique and collectible equipment and artifacts of the motion picture industry. Our antique collection represents the Machine Age, Art Deco Age, Streamline Age and the Mid Century Modern Age of equipment creation. Like artifacts of an ‘ancient’ civilization, these rare legendary finds from Hollywood’s Golden Age of motion picture technology, have a secure and appreciating place in history.

Online community, education, news, and resources for cinematographers.

City of Toronto’s Film and Entertainment Industries, Economic Development and Culture

The City of Toronto boasts over 40 years of international experience in film and television production, and post-production.

Click & surr

We give dignity back to analog cameras.

Codes Pro Media

Codes Pro Media is one of the largest Media Suppliers in the Canada and are fully authorized Dealers for Sony, Fuji, LaCie, G Technology and many more.


Colorlab (one word, the L isn’t capitalized) was founded in 1972 as an affordable 16mm film laboratory determined to serve the Washington DC motion picture community. Hundreds of millions of feet of film have passed through our Rockville doors as we have expanded and adapted to become a global full-service facility. Colorlab is a multi generational family business committed to the acquisition, presentation, and preservation of motion picture film.

Creative Post

Since 1985, Creative Post has been providing exceptional video and audio post productions services to our many clients. From offline suite rentals to deliverables and everything in-between; our enthusiastic dedicated team can accommodate all your needs.


The D-Word is the leading community for documentary professionals worldwide. If you work in the documentary field you can apply for free access to the community and our wide range of discussions about the art, craft, business and social impact of documentary film. We also host a selection of curated expert discussions about documentary film that anyone can read.

D.J. Woods Digital

Established in 1988, D.J. Woods provides equipment rentals and production services for feature films, documentaries, commercials and corporate videos.


Founded in 1909 by Adele De Berri, the inventor of the Silver Screen, Da-Lite is the leading producer of high quality commercial and residential projection screens globally. With headquarters in Warsaw, Indiana and additional operations in the U.S. and Europe, Da-Lite manufactures and provides projection surfaces, screens and accessories to organizations and venues around the world. Today Da Lite’s proprietary screen technologies are specified for the most demanding installations from military training simulators to boardrooms and classrooms to home theatres.

An archive of freely downloadable fonts. Browse by alphabetical listing, by style, by author or by popularity.

Dandelion Film Collective

Based in Hamilton, Ontario Dandelion Film Collective is a loose consolidation of artists committed to working with analog film as a medium of expression and a format for exhibition.

Deluxe Toronto

Part of Deluxe Entertainment Services Group, providing industry leading solutions to content creators and distributors for over 30 years. Our new facility at 901 King Street West in Toronto offers a wide breadth of services under one roof, including picture and sound postproduction, VFX and digital content distribution

DeSisti Lighting

DeSisti is an entertainment lighting instrument and rigging manufacturer. Our primary focus is in the video, film, broadcast and theatrical markets.


Digiflex is a Canadian manufacturer and importer of high quality cables for the entertainment industry.

Digitaltruth Photo

An online resource for photographers, providing free information including The Massive Dev Chart—the world’s largest film development database, darkroom formulae, academic and service listings, photographic links, and a full mail order retail store.

Directors Guild of Canada (DGC)

Directors Guild of Canada (DGC) is a national labour organization that represents over 5,000 key creative and logistical personnel in the screen-based industry covering all areas of direction, design, production and editing.

Directors Rights Collective of Canada (DRCC)

The Directors Rights Collective of Canada (DRCC) is a non-profit corporation, established in 1998 with a mandate to collect and distribute royalties derived from foreign broadcasts to which film and television directors are entitled under national copyright legislation in Europe and elsewhere. The DRCC collects on behalf of audiovisual Directors working in all genres, including animation, documentary, feature film, television series and short form film.

DOC Ontario

DOC (formerly known as The Canadian Independent Film & Video Caucus), began as a Toronto-based advocacy group in 1983, establishing DOC Ontario as the first chapter of the now national organization. As a result, Ontario-based filmmakers led DOC’s early advocacy work, such as the successful lobbying efforts that led to the creation of Telefilm Canada’s documentary broadcast envelope, a landmark decision that helped to develop Canada’s strong independent production industry. Today, DOC Ontario has about 380 members including many international award-winning documentary filmmakers. With a shift away from advocacy work (leaving that to the National office), DOC Ontario is now solely focused on offering professional development programs to all experience levels of the non-fiction community.

Documentary Organization of Canada

The Documentary Organization of Canada (DOC) is the collective voice of independent documentary creators across Canada and the premier organization for Canadian documentary advocacy. We analyze policy, conduct insightful research, and speak up at all orders of government to help our distinctly Canadian genre flourish. The creation of documentary work blends passion, art, observation, humour, and criticism. Our country has a rich history of documentary filmmaking, a history that we at DOC honour and celebrate to ensure its permanent place in our country’s cultural conscience. The Documentary Organization of Canada helps Canadian documentary creators get their work produced and seen. At local levels we offer top-notch professional development and networking opportunities through our workshops, masterclasses, and mentorship programs. We also continually work to build a suite of services and benefits that lower the professional expenses of our members.