The Texas Film Round-Up is coming to Laredo!
Calling all South Texans! Here’s your chance to help preserve family memories and Texas history. The Texas Film Round-Up is coming to Laredo on July 25, and you are invited to bring old films and videotapes for free digitization.
Your films and videotapes are valuable records of Texas history and culture. With your help, the media heritage of our great state will be available for future generations to appreciate.
It’s easy to participate. Simply drop off up to 50 films and 10 videotapes that are Texas-related—that means they were filmed in Texas, are by a Texan or are about Texas. The materials will be digitized in Austin, added to the Texas Archive of the Moving Image and then returned to you along with a digital copy.
Thursday, July 25, noon – 7:30 p.m.
Alamo Drafthouse Cinema
11210 Eastpoint Dr., Laredo, TX 78045
Friday, July 26, 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Saturday, July 27, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
The Villa Antigua Border Heritage Museum
810 Zaragoza St., Laredo, TX 78040
The Round-Up is a collaboration of the Texas Film Commission and the Texas Archive of the Moving Image. More details can be found at www.texasarchive.org/library/index.php?title=News:Texas_Film_Round-Up_Laredo
Free community screening:
You are also invited to a free community screening on Thursday, July 25, at 7:30 p.m. Showcasing Laredo's cultural heritage, the screening will include:
• A look at South Texas through the decades from the Texas Archive of the Moving Image's collection
• Highlights from the Webb County Heritage Foundation's archive
• A program of local films presented by the Laredo Film Society.
For more information and to reserve your free tickets to the screening, visit: www.laredofilm.org/tickets