Saturday, October 16, 2010
|1:00 p.m.||Home Movie Day Screening|
Home Moviemakers in Person
This year’s Home Movie Day provides an opportunity to journey by tricycle, train, and trolley through space and time without leaving the comfort of your seat. We’ll travel from the 1920s to the 1970s, and from valleys to vistas, from the Marin Headlands to the Colorado Rockies to the Empire State Building. We’ll lounge with Lon Chaney and friends at Soboba Hot Springs; play tennis with Edith Kramer's brother Bobby at Camp Winadu; watch the sunset over cobblestone streets with the Rush Family in Taxco, Mexico; and, close to home, fly a kite on Stinson Beach with James Broughton. Sit back, relax, and feel the breeze in your hair as we screen backyard explorations, family vacations, and travelogues culled from audience member submissions and the PFA Collection. Bon voyage!
—Pamela Jean Smith
• (Total running time: c. 180 mins, 16mm, Super 8mm, Regular 8mm, From the artists)
Thanks to Jon Shibata, Lauren Sorensen, Adrienne Cardwell, and all our volunteers who give their time to make this event possible every year.