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Film, Television, Radio, Theatre

Atlantic Canada Theatre Site
www.lib.unb.ca/Texts/Theatre/index.html
Includes on-line access to Bibliography of Theatre History in Canada: The Beginnings Through 1984 (Ball and Plant) and Theatre Research in Canada.

CBC.ca
www.cbc.ca/
Extensive site includes: CBC Archives: Relive our History through CBC Radio and Television, News, Business, Sports, Program websites, Canada: A People's History. News Zone includes helpful indepth stories. The site map is helpful. Go to Radio-Canada.ca for the website of the French language network.

Canadian Association of Broadcasters
www.cab-acr.ca/
The Canadian Association of Broadcasters (CAB) is the voice of Canada's private radio and television stations and specialty services. Site provides links to radio and television stations across the country, speciality services, and related sites.

Canadian Theatre Encyclopedia
www.canadiantheatre.com/
Database maintained by Athabasca University of information about Canadian actors, playwrights, directors, producers, designers, theatre organizations and institutions, composers and plays .

The Canadian Theatre Record
http://canadiantheatrerecord.torontopubliclibrary.ca/webCTR/index.jsp
Database of Canadian theatre information and materials from the 1960's and onwards: production history of several well-known Canadian theatre companies and digital access to related artifacts including photographs, designs, posters, and theatre programs.

La Cinémathèque québécoise
http://www.cinematheque.qc.ca/
The mission of the Cinémathèque québécoise is to preserve, document and promote national and international film and television heritage. The collections include films, television programs as well as documents relating to film and television programming.

Film and Media Related Web Sites in Canada
www.film.queensu.ca/Links.html
Well organized links from Queen's University Department of Film Studies. Includes links to television websites.

The Film Reference Library
http://www.tiff.net/filmreferencelibrary
Rich resource of English-language Canadian film and film-related materials including the Canadian Film Encyclopedia.

Internet Movie Database
www.imdb.com/
The most comprehensive movie database on the Internet. Includes more than 200,000 movie & TV titles. Provides plot summaries, character names, movie ratings, year of release, running times, soundtracks, country of production, genres, production companies, distributors. Use the MORE SEARCHES option for complex searches.

Library and Archives Canada: Film, Video and Sound
www.collectionscanada.gc.ca/archivianet/020114_e.html
Database contains descriptions of films, videos, and sound recordings held by archives section of Library and Archives Canada.

National Film Board of Canada
www.nfb.ca/
The National Film Board site provides extensive information about its films.

Radio-Canada.ca
http://radio-canada.ca/
Extensive site includes: Les Archives de Radio-Canada: Revivez les grands moment de la radio et de la télévision, News, Business, Sports, Program websites, Le Canada: une histoire populaire. The News section includes helpful dossiers. Go to CBC.ca for the website of the English language network.

Telefilm Canada
www.telefilm.gc.ca/choix_flash.asp
Web site of federal agency supporting the film, television, video and multimedia industries. Provides access to information on Canadian productions and Canadian and international festivals.