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All About Sex

"(15 minutes) 16mm colour comdey, educational film. Ah love, (sigh), A wildly funny look at sex education which can sneakily conspire to involve anyone who dares tackle it!" [1977/78 SFU Film Workshop Productions program]

Bees and Beekeeping

Televised course Winston wrote and delivered, developed in 1982 and broadcast by the Knowledge Network in 1983. Produced by the Department of Biological Sciences and SFU's Learning and Instructional Development Centre, with contributions by Walter Griba, Frank Cambell, Chris Hildred, and Elizabeth Carefoot.

Creative Folk Dance

Directed by Glenn Kirchner, with contributions by Al Byers, Frank Campbell, Elizabeth Carefoot, Wayne Carr, and Chris Hildred.

One in a Million

"(12 minutes) 16mm comedy-drama, educational film. One man's addiction to the awesome frustrations of the lottery‚ a mania sweeping Canada in the 70's." [1977/78 SFU Film Workshop Productions program]

SFU: A History

A history of SFU created by the university's Learning and Instructional Development Centre. Includes stills of various people involved in the start of SFU (e.g., Shrum, Bennett, Erickson and Massey), aerials of campus, shots of classrooms and students. Music accompanies some of the footage, including the violin and bagpipes. Voiceovers include Shrum and Bennett reminiscing about the university's beginnings and achievements, and faculty teaching. Text appears throughout highlighting SFU's various achievements.

The piece was directed by Michael Hoskins and produced by Chris Hildred, with production credits by Frank Campbell, Lorin Orpwood (editor), Solid Comfort (music), Kurtis Vanel (sound mixing). Interviewers appearing include Liisa Fagerlund and David Mitchell.

SFU: raw, views of campus

Raw footage of SFU Burnaby campus with some unscripted commentary shot on 20 October 1987 by Frank Campbell of SFU's Instructional Media Centre. Opens with scenes of people walking on campus. A plane is heard flying overhead. The camera turns towards a view over the city of Vancouver and then pans back out. A student is seen walking across the field next to the theatre. In the next shot, voices and footsteps can be heard. Students are shown studying outside in the sunshine. In the next scene, a gentleman speaks briefly to the camera. The footage ends zoomed in on a student reading a book.