Triangle Home Movie Day 2011

[This blog announcement comes from Kim Cumber, our Non-Textual Materials Archivist.]

Triangle Home Movie Day

http://www.avgeeks.com/hmd.html

Saturday, October 15, 2011

North Carolina State Archives AUDITORIUM
109 East Jones Street
Raleigh, NC

1-5 PM

FREE PARKING

BRING YOUR OLD HOME MOVIES! 16mm, 8mm, Super-8, black and white, color, sound or silent – we don’t care – they’re ALL GOOD and we can screen them for you and your friends and family!

Need more information?
Contact: Kim Andersen Cumber 919-807-7311

BRING YOUR OLD HOME MOVIES! 16mm, 8mm, Super-8, black and white, color, sound or silent – we don’t care – they’re ALL GOOD and we can screen them for you and your friends and family!

You don’t even have to find your own projector and screen–Home Movie Day does it for you! 16mm, 8mm, Super-8, black and white, color, silent or with sound – we can show it for you and your friends and family at Home Movie Day! Bring your home movies and/or amateur films and have them inspected, screened, and digitized for you while you wait. Take home a DVD copy of your movie free of charge!

For more information, please contact:
Skip Elsheimer skip@avgeeks.com 919-247-7752
Marsha Orgeron marsha_orgeron@ncsu.edu 919-515-4149
Kim Andersen Cumber kim.cumber@ncdcr.gov 919-807-7311

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2 thoughts on “Triangle Home Movie Day 2011

  1. Christy

    Do you know of a similar company in California? I would like to convert my old home movies to DVD, but would like to screen them first ot put them in order. They have been in a box for 30 years. I appreciate your help.

  2. Ashley Post author

    Hi Christy,

    I don’t know of any group that does something similar in California, but I can suggest a few people/groups that might:

    California State Archives: http://www.sos.ca.gov/archives/ (For obvious reasons, they’ll be more familiar with the resources available in your state than we are.)

    Society of California Archivists: http://www.calarchivists.org/

    Also, you may want to check out the Home Movie Day website (http://www.homemovieday.com/) since it’s an international event and there may be participants in California that could point you in the right direction.

    I hope that helps,

    -Ashley

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