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ArchaeologyFest Film Series:

 

Best of 2013!

 

Ashland, Oregon

 

 

 

Archaeological Legacy Institute is pleased to present the best films from the 2013 edition of The Archaeology Channel International Film and Video Festival. Top-rated by the Festival jury and audience, these films are organized into four unique programs, beginning Friday, November 8, 2013, in Ashland, Oregon. This series is a benefit for TAC Festival, an annual spring event in downtown Eugene and the only film competition for its genre in the Western Hemisphere.

 

Movie programs begin on the dates and times indicated and last approximately two hours. All programs will screen at ScienceWorks, 1500 E. Main Street, in Ashland, Oregon. Doors open a half-hour before show time, and tickets are $6.00 at the door. All proceeds go to support TAC Festival (next edition: May 9-13, 2013, in downtown Eugene).

 

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The Films (click on film titles to see clips and more information on each film):

 

November 8 (Friday), 7:30 pm: Program A

 

Lost Cities of the Amazon (USA) 50 min. (Honorable Mention by Jury for Cinematography and for Inspiration)

 

Mysteries of the Ancient Architects (USA) 52 min. (Best Animation and Effects by Jury; Honorable Mention by Jury for Public Education Value and for Cinematography)

 

 

November 9 (Saturday), 7:30 pm: Program B

 

I Remember, I Believe (USA) 33 min. (Best Script and Best Music by Jury; Honorable Mention by Jury in Best Film competition and for Public Education Value, Cinematography, and Inspiration)

 

Mi Chacra (My Land) (Peru) 100 min. (Honorable Mention by Jury for Animation and Effects)

 

 

November 15 (Friday), 7:30 pm: Program C

 

Ethiopia: In the Footsteps of the First Christians (France) 53 min. (Best Cinematography by Jury; Honorable Mention by Jury in Best Film competition and for Narration, Public Educatiion Value, Script, and Music)

 

6 Generations (USA) 57 min. (Honorable Mention by jury in Best Film competition and for Narration, Public Education Value, Script, Music, and Inspiration; Special Mention by Jury for increasing the awareness of the ethnographic record; Honorable Mention in Audience Favorite competition)

 

 

November 16 (Saturday), 7:30 pm: Program D

 

Unburying the Past (Malaysia) 46 min. (Best Narration and Best Public Education Value by Jury; Honorable Mention by Jury in Best Film competition and for Animation and Effects; Honorable Mention in Audience Favorite competition)

 

The 2000 Year Old Computer (UK) 59 min. (Best Film and Most Inpirational Film by jury; Honorable Mention by jury for Animation and Effects, Script, and Cinematography; Special Mention by jury for best representation of archaeology; Audience Favorite Film)