TAMI presents a new lesson plan in which students examine the culture and politics in 1920s Texas, a period of rapid development and urbanization.
TAMI is delighted to present the William Mackie Collection, featuring a variety of short films produced by students and faculty of the Radio-Television-Film Department at the University of Texas at Austin.
TAMI Presents "La Frontera Fluida - The Fluid Border," a new web exhibit that explores the Texas-Mexico border through film, examining not only the varied experiences of its residents but also its place within the mythology of Texas.
In TAMI's K-12 activity History in Your Own Backyard, students use home movies to learn about their communities, researching their hometown, county, and region of the state to examine how it changed over the past 50-100 years.
Help save our Texas film heritage before it is too late! See what the Texas Archive of the Moving Image is all about in this short video.
Special thanks to the Still Water Foundation for their support.