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April 2007, Week 4


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Eric Schaefer <[log in to unmask]>
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Thu, 26 Apr 2007 11:21:12 -0500
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The program for the 2007 Northeast Historic Film Summer Symposium, Time Out: Images 
of Play and Leisure, is now online at
Symposium2007.htm.  This yearís symposium will take place July 20 and 21.  The NHF 
Summer Film Symposium is a multi-disciplinary gathering devoted to the history, theory, 
and preservation of moving images.  The Symposium is noted for bringing together 
archivists, scholars, and artists in an intimate setting, the 125-seat Alamo Theatre, 
equipped with 35mm, 16mm, videotape, and DVD projection.  Please consider joining us this 
year.  The registration deadline is July 1.  

NHF is located in Bucksport, a town of 5,000 on the coast of Maine (for more info about 
NHF, visit:  Northeast Historic Film is internationally recognized 
for its wide range of amateur, documentary, personal and industrial films of New Englandís 
people and those who visit from throughout the world.  It is the repository of over six 
million feet of film and holds an international reputation as a regional archive at the 
forefront of collecting, preserving and studying our moving image heritage.   

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