TAC International Film and Video Festival 




Symposium on Heritage Film

Downtown Athletic Club, Eugene, Oregon, USA, 18 July 2003
Friday, 18 July 2003, 1-5 PM







The Symposium on Heritage Film provides an opportunity for film makers, distributors, broadcasters, indigenous groups, and archaeologists to come together and share ideas and perspectives. The Symposium format will be fairly informal, involving presentations from individual producers followed by a discussion on goals, problems, techniques, and experiences among those who are connected with, or wish to be connected with, the genre of film on archaeology and indigenous peoples.


Friday, 18 July 2003, 1-5 PM


Downtown Athletic Club, 10th & Williamette, Eugene, Oregon, USA

$20 contribution requested



  • -- Dean Love, Dean Love Productions, Silver Spring, Maryland (producer of Festival-screened film, Cave of the Glowing Skulls)
  • -- Michael Majdic, President of Mid-Oregon Production Arts Network, Eugene, Oregon
  • -- Richard Pettigrew, Archaeological Legacy Institute, Eugene, Oregon (Festival organizer and producer of The Archaeology Channel)
  • -- Ryan Polomski, Austin, Texas (co-director and producer of Festival-screened film, Hand Made: Three Stories from Guatemala): The Spirit of Grass-Roots Media and Cross-cultural Collaboration: A Case Study
  • -- Gray Warriner, Camera One, Seattle, Washington (producer of Festival-screened film, Chaco)

    To register, please e-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to indicate whether you wish to be a presenter or an audience member. We will be taking contributions at the meeting room.