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Heritage Day
February 21, 2005
Heritage Day is an opportunity to celebrate the architectural heritage and historic places of Canada. more info




Sprockets Toronto International Film Festival for Children (Apr. 29-May 8, 2005)
April 29, 2005
Featuring the tops picks in kid’s flicks, the 8th Annual Sprockets kicks off April 29th, 2005. more info




Special Library Association Conference
June 05, 2005
SLA will hold its Annual Conference in Toronto, Ontario Canada, June 5-8, 2005 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. more info




International Home Movie Day
August 13, 2005
The 3rd third annual Home Movie Day will take place on Saturday, August 13, 2005. more info




Toronto International Film Festival® (Sept. 8–17)
September 08, 2005
On September 8, Festival fever descends upon Toronto as we launch the 30th annual Toronto International Film Festival. more info




The Word on the Street
September 25, 2005
Once again the Toronto International Film Festival Group, including the Film Reference Library, will be participating in The Word on the Street Book & Magazine Fair. more info




UNESCO Anniversary
October 27, 2005
UNESCO Recommendation for the Safeguarding and Preservation of Moving Images more info




Heritage Day
February 20, 2006
Heritage Day is an opportunity to celebrate the architectural heritage and historic places of Canada. more info




Sprockets Toronto International Film Festival for Children (Apr. 21-30, 2006)
April 21, 2006
Featuring the tops picks in kid’s flicks, the 8th Annual Sprockets kicks off April 21st, 2006. more info




International Home Movie Day
August 12, 2006
The 4th annual Home Movie Day will take place on Saturday, August 12, 2006. more info




Toronto International Film Festival® (Sept. 7–16)
September 07, 2006
On September 7, Festival fever descends upon Toronto as we launch the 31st annual Toronto International Film Festival. more info




UNESCO World Day for Audiovisual Heritage
October 27, 2006
Sound recordings and moving images in any form are vulnerable, and easily discarded or deliberately destroyed. Too much of the world’s 20th century audiovisual heritage is now lost, and much more is slipping beyond recovery because of neglect, natural decay and technological obsolescence. Unless public awareness of the importance of preservation is increased, this trend will continue. more info





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