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Home Movie Day Los Angeles

Sunday, October 18th
UCLA campus

WHAT: UCLA’s first-ever HMD event! Faculty, students, staff, and alumni of UCLA are especially encouraged to attend, but anyone and everyone can bring their 8mm, Super8, and 16mm films for archival inspection and projection. We will have HMD Bingo and door prizes, too–families, friends, and home movie lovers of all kinds are welcome!

WHEN: Sunday, 10/18 from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM. We will also be accepting a limited number of film submissions for advance prep and inspection on weekdays starting October 1. Contact Snowden Becker (becker@gseis.ucla.edu or (323) 365-9263) for details.

WHERE: On the beautiful UCLA campus, in the GSE&IS Building’s first-floor IS Lab space. The building is fully accessible and there will be volunteers on hand to help with directions, parking, and check-in.

PARKING INFO: **Complimentary event parking** for HMD participants will be available in Lot 5, which is conveniently located just across the road from the GSEIS building (on Royce Dr., approximately one block south of Sunset Blvd.).
For downloadable area map, see is.gseis.ucla.edu/media/area_map.pdf

Program Manager, Moving Image Archive Studies
(323) 365-9263

Twitter for updates: @homemoviedayla

Saturday, October 24th

Noon-4:00pm (film inspection starting at 11:00am)

Academy of Motion Pictures Arts & Sciences
Pickford Center / Linwood Dunn Theater
1313 Vine St.
Los Angeles, CA 90028

Formats: 16mm, 8mm, Super8

Free Parking: enter the lot on Homewood Ave.

Contact: Sean Savage, ssavage@oscars.org / (310) 247-3016 x3381

Special Evening Show:

Saturday, October 24, at 7:30 p.m.
Linwood Dunn Theater, Hollywood

While Disneyland is one of the most photographed places on earth, this collection of one-of-a-kind footage and photography offers a unique view of the theme park from different points in time. The Academy Film Archive’s collection of vintage home movies provides glimpses of Opening Day, July 17, 1955; Walt Disney exploring the miniature trains that inspired the park; Steve McQueen and his family visiting the Magic Kingdom in 1970; and a variety of other events from a bygone era. Suzanne Lloyd joins the presentation to showcase her grandfather Harold Lloyd’s stunning 3D photography of Disneyland taken on the week before its opening.

Tickets: www.oscars.org/events/hollywood-home-movies-disneyland

Twitter for updates: @homemoviedayla