Two cool events this week from the internet archive that I figured some on
this list would be interested in checking out:

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Date: Tue, Dec 8, 2015 at 6:38 PM
Subject: THIS WEEK AT THE INTERNET ARCHIVE: Two Cinematic Events

10th Annual Lost Landscapes of San Francisco
December 10

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The 10th annual screening of Lost Landscapes, Rick Prelinger’s archival
tour of San Francisco’s past, happens at the Internet Archive on *Thursday,
December 10*. Your ticket donations will benefit the Internet Archive, the
non-profit digital library that hosts the Prelinger Collection.
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our mission: providing everyone free access to our cultural treasures,
including these cinematic gems.

Thursday, December 10, 2015
6:30 pm Reception
7:30 pm Interactive Film Program
at the
Internet Archive
300 Funston Ave.
San Francisco, CA 94118

Get tickets here!

As usual, the audience creates the soundtrack — you’ll be asked to identify
places and events, share your thoughts, and create an unruly interactive
symphony of speculation about the city we’ve lost and the city we’d like to
live in.

The film begins at 7:30 pm and is preceded by an informal reception that
begins at 6:30 pm. *Light concessions will be available for purchase*.
Although capacity is limited, no one will be turned away due to lack of

Home Movie Day–A Celebration of Amateur Films and Filmmaking
December 12

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Do you have a much loved home movie sitting in the back of your closet?
Something you would love to screen but don’t have the means to project
anymore? Then Home Movie Day is for you. The Internet Archive will be
hosting Home Movie Day for the San Francisco Bay Area on *Saturday,
December 12, 2015 starting at 3 p.m.* The event is free and open to the

Get tickets here!

Home Movie Day provides an opportunity for individuals and families to see
and share their own home movies with an audience from their own 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. We will have the
film projectors, you are encouraged to bring your own home movies on 8mm,
16mm, or Super 8 to project on our big screen.
Read more here.

*We hope you’ll join us in person—or in spirit—with these two events
dedicated to preserving our cinematic past and future. By supporting the
Internet Archive, you are putting knowledge in the hands of millions of
people. Thank you! *

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