City: Toronto (Host: TIFF‚’s Film Reference Library)
Event Venue: TIFF Bell Lightbox
Event time (screening): 12pm ˆ 4:30pm (12 to 3 - local; 3 to 4:30 - celebrity)
Event time (inspection): 12pm ˆ 3pm (concurrent with local screening program)
Total Audience: 17 (inspection & projection clinic); 25 (celebrity home movie screening)
Number of people bringing films: 3
Films screened by Gauge: 8mm: 2
Super 8: 1
Volunteers (# and names˜will be acknowledged in CHM annual report unless otherwise indicated):
Volunteers & staff who assisted on the day: Christina Stewart; Asen Ivanov; Alex Rogalski; Kelley Gorman; Eve Goldin; Rachel Beattie; Riz Ansari; Anderas Erne; Winston Hosin; Daniel Bell & Victoria Kucher
3pm - 4:30pm ˆ Celebrity home screening program (material for this program provided courtesy of both the Academy Film Archive and George Eastman House). Footage included:
Academy Film Archive
James Telfer Collection: Hollywood and Environs (1947); Hollywood and Environs - Ten Years Later (1957 - 1960); Fred Guiol Collection: Ginger Rogers at Home (ca. 1940); Jean Negulesco Collection: Beach House Bonhomie (ca. 1940); Behind the Scenes with Sophia Loren (1956)
George Eatman House
George Eastman Home Movies: Kodacolor Party (1928); Joan Crawford Home Movies: Compilation Reel (c. 1940)
Press (pre-event and post-event):
Globe & Mail Newspaper article: Home Movie Day puts amateurs on the silver screen (Author: Eric Veillette; published Saturday October 15, 2011)
Report submitted by:
Julie Lofthouse, Archivist Film Reference Library, TIFF
Family Group 1926 New York City, moderately wealthy Jewish family. Footage includes the neighbourhood, party on the roof “The Flop Sisters” and other family members. Film included intertitles.
1930 Gramps & Uncle Vic on the Boat New York City harbour including Statue of Liberty, passenger boat (from shore and on the boat), footage of the USS California (B- 44). Film included intertitles.
Family vacation at Sauble Beach  Kids swimming in the water.
Knights of Columbus little league baseball game 
Footage of little league baseball game.
- [untitled; c. late 1970s - early 1980s]. A Winnipeg Bluebombers (CFL football) game at Winnipeg Stadium, possibly playing the Hamilton Tigercats; family footage of gatherings, kids playing table tennis, a trip to the Yukon (very brief), waterskiing, and a bit of farm life.