A promotional film created by Irving Oil about the discovery of oil at Leduc #1 well.
A promotional film created by Irving Oil about the discovery of oil at Leduc #1 well.
The fonds consists of scripts, contracts, invoices, technical session information logs, general correspondence, proposals and other production records of Airworks Media, Machine Shop Studio, Goede Studios and Goede Creative. Also includes 280 Beta, 3/4" and VHS videotapes of commercials, training videos and promotional videos, some of which are finished products, and some of which are components. Also includes 475 - 1/4" reel to reel audio tapes of commercials, public service announcements and jingles, some of which are finished products and some of which are components. Also included are 200 photographs of court buildings in Alberta, both interior and exterior shots.Airworks Media
Fonds consists of two 16mm films of educational documentary productions regarding the pharmaceutical profession.Alberta Pharmaceutical Association
The collection consists of two films: A New Rose in Alberta (1961), produced by the Canadian Oil Companies Ltd., is an industrial film about White Rose gasoline. An Invitation to the Future (1966), produced by the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT), is a promotional film about SAIT and its programs.Unknown donor
The fonds consists of records of the Edmonton Industrial Association and includes executive and committees (such as the Premises Committee) minutes, reports, and correspondence, receipts and financial records, membership lists, "Made in Edmonton" directory (which includes manufacturers and a commodity index for 1930), records relating to Edmonton Industrial Association's association with the Industries Committee including scheme to commence building operations and put men to work (1932), newspaper clippings, and photographs and floor plans for "Produced in Alberta Exhibitions".Edmonton Industrial Association
The fonds consists of three record-types: records created by Frame 30 in the course of the production of The Greatest Auto Race on Earth, original material collected by Frame 30 to be used for research and/or on-screen appearances in The Greatest Auto Race on Earth, and records created by Frame 30 Productions for other projects.
The records created during the course of production for The Greatest Auto Race on Earth are arranged in binders by topic and is essentially a compendium of information about race participants and details culled from various resources. The binders also contain correspondence, scripts, transcripts of interviews, and production notes.
The research material consists of contemporaneous newspapers and advertisements that covered or referenced the 1908 race. The newspapers include publications from London, Rochester, Des Moines, and Paris. There are also monographs, bound volumes, and pamphlets about the 1908 race and related topics.
The fonds also consists of photographs that document the 1908 race from its start in New York to its finish in Paris, with the entire westward-route across the United States, Asia, Russia, and Europe also shown.
The remainder of the fonds consists of records created by Frame 30 Productions during the course of its business. The textual records consist mostly of job files for specific projects undertaken by Frame 30. The job files include contracts, scripts, correspondence, shooting schedules, and storyboards. The job files directly correspond to the selected audiovisual records. There are also some correspondence files and files related to membership in the Alberta Motion Picture Industry Association.
The audiovisual records are masters, viewing copies, and/or preservation copies of projects completed by Frame 30. These include commercials for a wide variety of Albertan and western Canadian companies and corporate films, both those intended for internal use (such as training films) and external use (such as promotional films).Frame 30 Productions Limited
The collection consists of two promotional pamphlets, one about Resources and Industries in Alberta and the other about Elk Island National Park.Fraser-Fort George Regional Museum
Fonds consists of Harold Tichenor's film productions, in particular for his company, Cinetel, including approximately 180 film elements as well as production files. Titles of productions include Be What You Are/The Magic Bus, Calgary Story, Edmonton Art Gallery, Agriculture Hall of Fame, Avalanche Rescue, a number of training films produced for the Edmonton Transit System, and the award winning Inupiatun, In the Manner of the Eskimo.Tichenor, Harold
The fonds consists of two 16 mm films created in ca. 1960 by I-XL Industries Ltd. and illustrating the activities of the Medicine Hat Brick and Tile Co. The films are entitled Packaging Brick and Steps to Automation.I - XL Industries
The fonds consists of educational and training programs created for ACCESS TV, Travel Alberta, Southern Alberta Institute of Technology, the Royal Tyrell Museum, and Alberta Social Services.Kilmurry Training Associates
The collection consists of photographs depicting the 1928 "Made in Alberta" trade show, which featured booths at the Edmonton Curling Company Ltd. building displaying goods and services made in Alberta.
The fonds consists of records used by predecessor entities of Maple Leaf Foods including Swifts, Gainers, Canada Packers and includes films pertaining to sales, nutrition, training, and household tips; audio discs consisting of commercials, training material, and company addresses from management; and color transparencies used in training seminars.Maple Leaf Foods
The collection consists of two films, Bridge to the Future and The Sand Barrier, about the Alberta oil industry that were commissioned by Syncrude.Unknown donor
The fonds consists of images taken by Jim Tustian, primarily in Edmonton, and includes images of a variety of subjects including Klondike Days, Northlands Park, Northlands Coliseum, Speedway Park and events, the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra, Edmonton views and buildings, Premier Ernest C. Manning's tour to Lac La Biche, conventions, visits of Prime Ministers Lester B. Pearson and Pierre Elliott Trudeau to Edmonton, Consolidated Concrete, Tommy Banks, models, Edmonton's 75th Birthday celebrations, the Jazz City Festival, the Alberta Ballet Company, weddings, Muk-Luk Mardi Gras, businesses, Electrical Generating Plant at Lake Wabamun, Molson's Brewery, Western Canada Masters Bowling Tournament, Lieutenant Governor Grant MacEwan's retirement, musicians, and Jim Tustian.Thunderbird Photographers
The fonds consists of complete and incomplete films, along with film elements, regarding a variety of promotional, documentary and educational films created by Tustian Film Productions. The fonds also includes textual records, specifically production files and information about and photographs of Jim Tustian. The film and video material in PR2012.0888 consists of promotional material for Northwest Industries, Paragon Panel Systems, the Canadian Hereford Organization (entitled Beef for the World), and Belvedere Developments; commercials for Calgary-based automotive business National Transmission; concert footage of singer Bobby Curtola; a promotional video for Quickdial, a hotel service designed to help raise funds for arts in Alberta; an ergonomic video entitled Top to Toe – Workstation Workout; and political material focusing on former Speaker of the Legislature Ken Kowalski (Kowalski Tributes and God’s Country), the presentation of a new mace by Lieutenant Governor Bud Olsen, and a Social Credit film featuring former premier Harry Strom (Alberta Together!). The material consists of complete masters when available or the original camera tapes when edited masters were not provided.
The records in PR2015.0782 consist of production files for several of the productions that are represented in the audiovisual records in this donation. The files include shooting scripts, correspondence, and budgets.
The audiovisual records are masters of film, television, and radio productions produced by Tustian Film Productions including industrial films for Northwest Industries, Paragon Panel, and Initial Security; municipal and provincial government productions for agencies including the City of Lethbridge, Alberta Agriculture, and Travel Alberta; commercials for companies such as Kodak, Alberta Treasury Branch, car dealerships, and restaurants; and documentary projects on the Edmonton Polar Ski Club and former Speaker of the Assembly Ken Kowalski.
The photographs and negatives were taken by Jim Tustian and include imagery of events and sites around the province. The subject matter is similar to the related fonds Thunderbird Photographers but it is unclear if these photographs were created under that company or as part of Tustian Film Productions, considering both were at one time owned and operated by Jim Tustian.Tustian Film Productions