The Archaeology Channel
International Film and Video Festival
Film Screenings: Exploring the human cultural legacy on screen!
Broadway Metro, Eugene, Oregon, USA
May 9-12, 2016
Recital Hall, The Shedd Institute, Eugene, Oregon, USA
May 12–15, 2016
Hilton Eugene and Conference Center, Eugene, Oregon, USA
May 11–15, 2016
Short video on our 2016 TAC International Film and Video Festival:
Four days of juried films and videos on archaeological and indigenous topics:
- Thursday, May 12: evening
- Friday, May 13: evening
- Saturday, May 14: afternoon and evening
- Sunday, May 15: afternoon
- Awards Reception – Sunday, May 15: evening
Five days of presentations, discussions and exhibits on cultural heritage media at The Archaeology Channel Conference on Cultural Heritage Media:
- Wednesday, May 11, through Sunday, May 15
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- Hotel Information
- Download a copy of our complete Festival Schedule [PDF]
To exhibit for our audience the wonderful diversity of human cultures past and present in the exploration of our place in history and in our world. To promote the genre and the makers of film and video productions about cultural heritage.
- Bazaar: From Tehran to Tehran
- Chavin de Huantar: The Theater of the World Beyond
- Dawn of Humanity: Ancient Human Death Trap
- Eternal Monuments: Hagia Sophia
- First Footprints
- Footprints Into the Past
- The Jewish Cemetery
- The Lady in Lead
- Landscapes of Power
- Life and Death at Preah Vihear
- The Lost Gold of Corsica
- Metal Ages or the Hierarchization of Society
- Monuments Revealed: Petra, Capital of the Desert
- Monuments Revealed: The Secrets of the Colosseum
- The Real Story of the Raft of the Medusa
- Roman Engineering: Cities
- Siege of Masada
- Stolen Warriors
- Stonehenge: Bringing Back the Dead
- Viking Women: Jova’s Heritage and the Fall of Haithabu
- The X-ray Time Machine
- Arles Rhone 3: From the River to the Museum
- Carolina Stories: The Mapping of Kosciuszko’s Tunnel at the Ninety Six National Historic Site
- Dark Room
- Dead Birds: Re-Encountered
- First Language: The Race to Save Cherokee
- Message from Mungo
- More Than Just a Mirror
- New Horizons in Cambodia
- Sikyon: An Excavation
Keynote Speakers (Wednesday evening)
- Tony and Martin Freeth, "The Antikythera Mechanism: Re-writing the History of Technology"
Tickets for film screenings at the Recital Hall are free, and will be available in the Living Room. The seating capacity of the Recital Hall is 200.
Tickets for films screened at the Broadway Metro may be obtained on location before each showing. Pricing may vary; for more information visit here.
Tickets for single Conference presentations and full-day Conference passes are available. Single Presentation Pass ($10); Full Day Pass ($50)–grants entry to all presentations on any given day (Thursday, Friday or Saturday). Available at the Registration Table in the Hilton Conference Center. For more information about the Conference on Cultural Heritage Media and Registration before the event, click here.
Sponsors for the 2016 TAC International Film and Video Festival
Dr. William Maier and Kathy Black
Toftemark & Olesen, LLC
Starbucks @ 29th and Willamette, Eugene, OR.
Jean and Ray Auel
Starbucks @ East 18th, Eugene, OR.
Starbucks @ 13th and Alder, Eugene, OR.
Carmichael, Robert DDS
Starbucks @ W 11th Ave, Eugene, OR.
Albertsons on Coburg RD., Eugene, OR.