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Divine Comedy in Castlegar
F-109-14-2-1-0-55 · Item · 1975
Part of School for the Contemporary Arts fonds

"Tom McGauley, formerly a student at SFU, has returned to his home town in the Kootenays, working as postman and viewing life through the eyes of a poet. Through Tom's friend, seventy-eight year old George Padowinikoff, we get a glimpse of Doukhobor history, which is so much a part of the life in Castlegar. The main thrust of the film is to present the totality of "heaven, hell, and purgatory" that is anybody's life." []

Bees and Beekeeping
F-174-3-5-0-5 · File · 1982
Part of Mark Winston fonds

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.

Photographic material
F-18-1 · Series · 1963-2006
Part of Learning and Instructional Development Centre fonds

Series consists of photographs created by the staff photographers of LIDC and its predecessors. Negatives and contact sheets were systematically maintained, organized by year-based serial numbers (see sub-series 4 for description of the system). Two groups of subject-based files were also maintained, organized alphabetically: a set of slides (sub-series 2) and a set of unnumbered prints and negatives (sub-series 5. Subjects include SFU's architectural competition and design, interior and exterior architecture; opening ceremonies, presidential installations, Convocation and other special events; faculty portraits and images of students, faculty and staff in classroom and campus settings. Photographers whose works are represented in the series include Chris Hildred, Ron Long, Eddy Chan, Greg Ehlers, and Fred Kyba. Record types include negatives, contact sheets, slides and prints.

The series is arranged into three sub-series; note that there is no sub-series 1 or 3 (retired; see note on Arrangement).

  • Slides, 1967-2003 (F-18-1-2).
  • Numbered contact sheets, negatives and prints, 1963-2001 (F-18-1-4).
  • Unnumbered prints and negatives, 1967-1999 (F-18-1-5).
F-233-8-2-0-0-1 · Item · 1972
Part of Faculty of Education fonds

Item is a documentary about interaction and mutual involvement between school and community in Kitkatla (Gitxaala Nation). Made for SFU's Professional Development Centre with assistance from SFU's Audio Visual Centre, 1972. Directed by Peg Klesner, with contributions by Chris Hildred and Mary Louise Williams.

Creative Folk Dance
F-233-8-2-0-0-16 · Item · [198-]
Part of Faculty of Education fonds

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

F-233-8-2-0-0-17 · Item · [197?]
Part of Faculty of Education fonds

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

SFU: The Next Step
F-241-3-0-0-0-10 · Item · 1988
Part of Simon Fraser University moving images collection

Item is a narrated, promotional film produced by Yaletown Productions Inc. for SFU. Provides a general overview of SFU, its students, programs and location, with an emphasis on SFU as a global university, noting that 'what's happening in the outside world is what's happening here.' Includes sound bites from classrooms and lectures, and closes with pipe band performing and stills of Convocation Mall. Similar in thrust to the 1986 film, "Simon Fraser University: Meeting the Challenge Together." Also features early SFU footage seen in the 1983 "SFU Liaison Program" film (See F-85, Office of the Registrar fonds).

F-241-3-0-0-0-3 · Item · 1971
Part of Simon Fraser University moving images collection

Item is a film featuring the sights and sounds of all aspects of attending SFU in early 1970s, from the bus ride to registration to lectures, lunch, and leisure. Current research, issues of the day and the various departments are presented through original lecture audio. Impressions of SFU by students and staff are revealed in interview-style discussion, coupled with thoughtfully shot footage. Interspersed are artistically shot scenes of a sunny campus with a gentle guitar strum. Unlike more contemporary moving image profiles created by SFU, it is not narrated with a script nor overtly promotional.