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Now Showing: April 2013

Public Programs:

“Hecho en Tejas” Film Competition at the
Cine Las Americas International Film Festival

Saturday, April 20th at 11 am and 1:30 pm 
Sunday, April 21st at 11 am
Alamo Drafthouse Village (2700 West Anderson Lane, Austin, TX)

TAMI partners with the Cine Las Americas International Film Festival for the 4th year to present the “Hecho en Tejas (Made in Texas)” Award.  The films will be spread out between three screenings on Saturday and Sunday at the Alamo Drafthouse Village. For more information visit www.cinelasamericas.org.  See the list of films here.

Preservation Week Program

Tuesday, April 23rd at 10 am
Rice University, Farnsworth Pavilion (6100 Main St, Houston, TX)

TAMI’s Elizabeth Hansen will discuss home media preservation methods and share resources for the preservation and access of films and videos.  More details coming soon! Event is sponsored by Fondren Library, Rice University and will be open to all.

Conference Presentations:

"Shouting in the Library: Using Social Media and Web 2.0 Tools to Promote Libraries, Archives, Living History Centers and More" at the Texas Association of Museums Annual Meeting

Thursday, April 4th at 9:15 am
Holiday Inn & Suites (Beaumont-Plaza, 3950 I-10 South & Waldren Rd, Beaumont, Texas) 

TAMI's Elizabeth Hansen discusses strategies for utilizing Web 2.0 Tools and Social Media to promote the digital collections of libraries, archives, and museums.  Conference registration required.  More information on the TAM website.

"New Visual Networks and Amateur Cinema Studies" at the
British Association of Film, Television and Screen Studies

Saturday, April 20th at 9 am
University of Lincoln (Brayford Wharf E, Lincoln, UK)

TAMI's Dr. Caroline Frick presents on amateur films and education. Conference registration required. More information on the BAFTSS website.