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  • Directed by Various
  • United States/Nepal, 2014, 240 mins.

The Film Center and Oregon Historical Society are excited to celebrate treasures lost and found at the worldwide Home Movie Day. Pull out your home movies—8mm, Super 8mm and 16mm film (no video please!)—and share them on the big screen with fellow film enthusiasts. We’ll also show films from the Moving Image Collections of the Historical Society and Film Center. Learn how best to care for your films, enjoy some tasty treats and play Home Movie Day Bingo, too. For more information, visit homemoviedaypdx.tumblr.com.

Appears in: Special Screenings

Genres: Short

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