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Image capture and image output products: scanners, LCD projectors, colour ink jet and monochrome dot matrix printers.

Film in Colour is a tool for Canadian filmmakers who identify as visible minorities. This includes Directors, Writers, Producers, Editors, Cinematographers, and other crew members of all levels of experience. Our goal is to provide a much-needed hub to organize and advocate for greater inclusion of visible minorities, specifically in Canadian films and television shows which despite relying on government funding. have been unmotivated to proportionately support filmmakers of colour.

The Filmmaking Study Guides written and designed for the web by Joel Schlemowitz

Final Cut Pro X is a professional non-linear video editing application published by Apple Inc. as part of their Pro Apps family of software programs

Fostex was founded by Foster Electric who have been developing high quality speaker components since 1949. Fostex continue to develop quality products for Professionals and Hifi enthusiasts.

Created by Assoc. CSC Cinematographer Justin Lovell and run by the Frame Discreet Cinematographer Collective. Frame by frame razor sharp scanning, advanced color correction, and a cinematographer's eye are at the heart of what makes our film scans stand apart. After building three different film scanners including the first 2K raw data film scanner in Canada, we ultimately invested in the groundbreaking Lasergraphics 4k HDR Scanstation which supports Super 8mm, 16mm and 35mm.

Serving the critical color management needs of digital imaging technicians, cinematographers, and post-production facilities with its advanced technologies, Fujifilm provides motion picture archival film to the motion picture, broadcast and production industries.

Gallery 44 Centre for Contemporary Photography is a charitable, non-profit, artist-run centre committed to supporting multi-faceted approaches to photography and lens-based media. Founded in 1979 to establish a supportive environment for the development of artistic practice, Gallery 44’s mandate is to provide a context for meaningful reflection and dialogue on contemporary photography.

HERe is a Canadian female film crew directory. This initiative strives to connect productions with skilled women in technical support positions.

Hollywood Film Supplies continues to manufacture and provide a variety of professional grade motion picture film supplies and services to major film studios, independent film makers, motion picture laboratories, movie theaters, microfilm libraries, and film preservation and film archive facilities worldwide.

Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival is North America's largest documentary festival, conference and market. Each year, the Festival presents a selection of approximately 200 cutting-edge documentaries from Canada and around the globe. Hot Docs was founded in 1993 by the Documentary Organization of Canada (formerly the Canadian Independent Film Caucus), a national association of independent documentary filmmakers. In 1996, Hot Docs became a separately incorporated organization with a mandate to showcase and support the work of Canadian and international documentary filmmakers and to promote excellence in documentary production.

IJES Camera Support Systems offers exceptional repairs, maintenance and service to all makes of camera support equipment from tripods to pan and tilt heads to studio pedestals and beyond. We proudly work with all the industry leaders: Cartoni, Miller, Sachtler, Vinten, OConnor, etc.

Images Festival is one of the most enduring and respected platforms in the world for the exhibition and discourse of independent film and media art. Created in 1987 as an alternative to the only other Toronto film festival at the time, Images has presented media works that are challenging in their form and content. Images showcases the intersection of emerging and established practices and invites open critical dialogue in the film and media arts community around the political herstories of moving image production, distribution, exhibition, and representation.

The Independent Media Arts Alliance (IMAA) is a member-driven non-profit national organization working to advance and strengthen the media arts community in Canada. Representing over 100 independent film, video, audio, and new media production, distribution, and exhibition organizations in all parts of the country, the IMAA serves over 16,000 independent media artists and cultural workers.

The Indigenous Screen Office's mission is to support and develop Indigenous screen storytellers and Indigenous stories on screens and increase representation of Indigenous peoples throughout the screen industries in Canada.

Jean-Louis Seguin is a camera repairman and supplier specializing in motion picture equipment and Bolex specifically in Montréal, Canada since 1985.

Kino Flo LED Systems designs and manufactures LED-based lighting for cinema and television production. The company is best known for developing proprietary LEDs based on a color science technology that ensures color quality unsurpassed for lighting both close-ups and large studio spaces.

This website and discussion list are dedicated to sharing information and resources on motion picture equipment designed and built in Russia and the former Soviet Union (USSR), mainly (but not exclusively) the Kinor 16mm, Kinor 35mm and Konvas series 35mm motion picture cameras, and LOMO lenses.

Leitz Cine Wetzlar represents the highest quality available for the most demanding motion picture environments. Originally founded as CW Sonderoptic in 2008 to design, manufacture and market Leitz-branded cine lenses for film, television and commercial production.

Manfrotto designs, manufactures and markets a wide range of camera and lighting support equipment for the professional photographic, film, theatre, live entertainment and video markets. The product line includes an extensive range of camera tripods and heads, lighting stands and accessories.

The Media Arts Network of Ontario/Réseau des arts médiatiques de l’Ontario (MANO/RAMO) is Ontario's only arts service organization exclusively dedicated to furthering the work of media arts organizations and the independent artists they represent. MANO/RAMO is focused on developing responsive, innovative and proactive initiatives that create meaningful opportunities for media artists and organizations.

MELS is Canada's largest provider of services to the film and television industry. Services include 18 purpose built stages, cameras and lighting, visual effects, DI, video and audio post-production, photochemical laboratory and image restoration, as well as the management and production of deliverables for distribution and broadcast via film, television, internet and mobile telephony networks.

Mr. X is an award-winning visual effects company built on the belief that its strength lies in its team and itssuccess relies on our people. By embracing their clients in their culture of mutual trust and commitment they set the stage for seamless partnerships and the perfect translation of creative vision to visual art.

NABET 700-M UNIFOR is a union of film, television and new media technicians that has serviced the greater Toronto area for over 45 years.

Nagra is constantly innovating to provide the most elaborate audio recorders and High End Hi-Fi playback equipment. Stefan Kudelski's, Nagra founder, is the inventor of the portable recorder, back in 1951. Nagra products are designed and manufactured by Audio Technology Switzerland.

Georg Neumann GmbH (Neumann) is the world's leading manufacturer of studio microphones. Their best-known products are condenser microphones for broadcast, live and music production purposes.

Niagara Custom Lab is a full service motion picture film laboratory, one of the last of a rare breed that focuses on providing the most complete and diverse post-production services available for celluloid. Their goal is to provide these very important services to those in need, supporting anyone interested in shooting or working with motion picture film by preserving and maintaining it as an active artistic medium.

Nikon is one of the world's leading suppliers of products and solutions based on advanced opto-electronics and precision technologies.

There are many Nizo Super 8mm film cameras to choose from, here you will find a few of them. Every design and operational detail is typically Braun. All bodies are made from the same robust metal as an aero plane fuselage. From compact to universal, all are fully equipped with optimum features for creative filming.

Originally founded as OConnor Engineering, the pioneer of fluid head and tripods, OConnor, is renowned for their continuous counterbalance and fluid drag support heads for film and electronic cinematography.