Saturday October 16, 2010 Noon-4:30 pm This year we will again be celebrating home movies on film - 16mm, 8mm, and Super8. Join us for an afternoon of interesting discussion and film.
Film Preservation Clinic 12:00 pm -2:00 pm Have a some film sitting in a shoe-box and you don't know what to do with it? Maybe you don't have a projector or viewer to even see what is on the mystery reels. Bring them to our film preservation clinic to learn how to care for your films and take a look at them on one of our projectors or viewers. We will have both projectors and viewers setup to informally show 16mm, 8mm and Super8 film. On hand to help answer questions on film care will be Hanah Palin, Film Archivist, University of Washington and Phil Borgnes, film collector and producer. "Recovered Memories - Recent Adoptions" 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm Watch a screening of home movies recently acquired by the UW Film Archive and collector Phil Borgnes. See what's new in the archives' home movie collection! Curator Hannah Palin presents an intriguing and amusing selection of footage from home movies recently added to the collection. Also a regular feature of Home Movie Day in Seattle is a screening of highlights from Borgnes' efforts to collect and preserve amateur films that record Washington and NW history.
Of special interest will be a selection of orphaned home movies in color-saturated Kodachrome.
"Mama Don't Take My Kodachrome Away" 4:00 pm - 4:30 pm Participate in making a short film using some of the last remaining stocks of Kodachrome. This is the very last year to get Kodachrome movie film processed and Borgnes has 3 reels of 8mm film to use before it is too late.