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Toronto Amateur Movie Club

Alternate Name:

Toronto Movie Club

Year Founded:

1934

Superceeded By:

Toronto Film and Video Club

Location:

Toronto, Canada

Film Formats:

8mm, Super8, 16mm

Publication/Newsletter:

Shots and Angles

Associated Filmmakers/People:

J. S. Grassick

Walker Lynch

A. Scott Moorhouse

Narcisse Pelletier

Dr. Charles E. Phillips

John W. Ruddell

Leslie P. Thatcher

Vern Whitnall

R. W. “Ted” Williamson, Jr.

Dr. A. I. Willinsky

Charles Devenish Woodley

Resources:

PSA Journal, Nov. 1958, 46. PSA Journal, Oct. 1962, 33, 34. PSA Journal, Sept. 1964, 49. PSA Journal, Sept. 1965, 49. PSA Journal, Sept. 1971, 35. Archives Association of Ontario.
"Cine Section," Movie Makers, February 1933, p. 80: Toronto Camera Club has sponsored the formation of a cine section to serve the interests of amateur cinematographers; Leslie P. Thatcher a leading figure.
"New in Toronto," Movie Makers, February 1935, p. 72: more than 200 people attended an organization meeting for the TAMC, "a strong, new, amateur filming group"; 60 enthusiasts took out charter memberships.

Associated Films:

This Side of Paradise

 

[Edwards Gardens]

 

Highwayman, The

 

Picnic

 

Danger Men Working

 

TV You’ll see in 83’

 

Love in Bond$

 

Toronto’s Royal Day

 

Wheels

 

Shots and Angles

 

Gift from Aunt Emily

 

Courriers T.M.C., The

 

At First Sight

 

Movie Club Visit to West Hill

 

Night at the Movies–1912, A

 

Vanessa

 

Surprise! Surprise! The Woodleys

 

French Without Words

 

Tired Traveller, The