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Governor Rick Perry Talks About the Texas Moving Image Archive Program (2008)

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  •  Governor Perry talks about various types media that make up Texas’ moving image heritage 
  •  Perry announces the partnership between TAMI and the Texas Film Commission 
 
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This promotional film captures scenes of Texas Governor Rick Perry introducing the Texas Archive of the Moving Image and the Texas Film Commission’s partnership as it launched the Texas Moving Image Archive Program in November 2008. Governor Perry discusses all of the types of film that are important to Texas’ moving image heritage, including home movies, campaign footage, advertising, industrial films, and local televsion, all types of moving images that TAMI preserves, as well as motion pictures filmed in Texas. He emphasizes the importance of preserving Texas history as he introduces TAMI, its online video library, and TAMI’s Texas Film Round-Up.