Canada: Old Film Treasures Preserved in Federal New Archives Building
The new building now houses 5,575 reels of nitrate film dating back to 1912. Famous titles include Back to God’s Country (1919), the oldest existing Canadian feature film, and Churchill’s Island, the first Canadian film to win an Oscar (in 1941). There are also almost 600,000 nitrate photograph negatives.
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