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UBC Film Society fonds
General material designation
- Textual record
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- Source of title proper: Title based on the contents of the fonds.
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- UBC Film Society
Physical description area
1 file folder of textual records
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The UBC Film Society was founded in 1936. Like all student clubs, it operates under the authority of the Alma Mater Society. Its objective was and continues to be to bring high-quality campus films of various genres and popularity levels that students may not otherwise have the chance to see.
Scope and content
Fonds consists of issues of the Film Society newsletter the “Daily Crimes” (1965-1966), an informational pamphlet about the Society (1968), and programmes published by Cinema 16 (originally a subsidiary of the Society) and the Vancouver Film Society (1965-1966).
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Uploaded finding aid
Related records can be found in the Cinema 16 collection, and the Alma Mater Society fonds.
The records are stored with University Archives’ vertical files as VF 108. Please contact archives staff to gain access.