Carnegie Library Main
Remember those old home movies that you, your parents, or your great aunt used to shoot and screen for family and friends? When was the last time you had a look at them?
And then . . . bring those old 8mm, Super 8mm and/or 16mm reels to Pittsburgh Home Movie Day 2017, on Saturday, November 4, at the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh—Main. Film archivists will be there to give you free advice on the condition of your films and, if possible, we’ll screen them for a local audience interested in you and your celluloid memories!
If you are bringing home movies to share, you’re encouraged to drop off your films between 10:00 AM and 12:00 PM to have them properly inspected and assessed by archivists.
No Home Movies? Just drop by anytime after 12:00 PM and have a look at some of the personal treasures other folks in the region have brought to share. You’ll be glad you did. We’ll screen continuously until 4:30 PM.
For more on Home Movie Day, visit www.homemovieday.org or contact us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org. Pittsburgh Home Movie Day 2017 is co-sponsored by Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh and the Film & Media Studies Program at the University of Pittsburgh.