Join CAAM and our friends at Holiday Home Movie Day on Saturday, December 6 at the Temescal Arts Center in Oakland, CA. The event is free, family-friendly, and there will be food and films! Food will be provided by Arizmendi Bakery and C U Sushi – Japanese Fusion and will be free, with a suggested donation. Update: We have raffle prizes donated by Movette Film Transfer and the National Film Preservation Foundation!
HOLIDAY HOME MOVIE DAY (FREE)
December 6, 2014
Temescal Arts Center
511 48th street, Oakland, CA 94609
This holiday season share the gift of home movie memories! Warm up by the light of the projectors! Bring your family and friends to Home Movie Day, an annual event that is celebrated all over the world to share and learn how to preserve your home movies.
Co-organized with the Center for Asian American Media (CAAM), Pamela Vadakan and Antonella Bonfanti, we will have an open screening of *your* small gauge home movies on the big screen, followed by a holiday party and montage of Asian American holiday home movie treasures from CAAM’s “Memories to Light” collection. The event features musical act Mano Dio Gracias and Jesse Micek of The Wildlife and is free for the public.
2pm-3pm Film check in
3pm-5pm Open screening – see your home movie on the big screen!
5pm-6pm Holiday drinks & treats
6pm Center for Asian American Media presents Asian American holiday home movies from the Memories to Light collection
Submit your films early! We are accepting submissions at the CAAM offices in San Francisco or UC Berkeley Library in the East Bay, Monday through Thursday, 11am-5pm. Email Davin Agatep (firstname.lastname@example.org) for SF drop-offs and Pamela Vadakan (email@example.com) for East Bay drop-offs.
On December 6th, bring your films to the Temescal Arts Center between 2pm and 3pm.
All submissions will get the white glove treatment and be inspected by film archivists to make sure it is safe to project. Films are first come, first screened and may be limited to one reel per person.
No home movie will be turned away. Bring your family films or home movies you might have found in a thrift store. We love surprises!