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Berkeley Art Museum & Pacific Film Archive
Feb 18, 2017
Bring your 1960s and 1970s home movies, photos, flyers, and other print ephemera to BAMPFA for a Hippie Modernism–themed “show and tell” event. Your photos and other print materials will be shared and documented for a Family Album zine, while films will be screened after being inspected by film archivists to make sure they are safe to project. Flea market finds are welcome, too!
Schedule of events
1–3: Film check-in
2–5: Open screening
5–6: Screening of archival films and audio from the California Light and Sound preservation project
All day: Share photos/flyers/prints
Submit your films early and guarantee their screening! Bring early submissions to the Film Library and Study Center W–F, 1-5, or BAMPFA Art Lab Sat–Sun 11-7.
Home Movie Day is a celebration of amateur films and filmmaking, providing an opportunity for individuals and families to see and share their own home movies with their community, and to see their neighbors’ in turn. It’s a chance to discover why these films are important and learn how best to care for them. To learn more about Home Movie Day, visit homemovieday.com.