This leading juried exhibition in the cultural heritage film genre screens 22 of the world’s best films from 11 countries. Films in the competition cover topics as diverse as traditional Malaysian craftsmen, medieval Persian music, ancient Alpine salt mines, the putative family tomb of Jesus, Irish bog bodies, Roman aqueducts, Indian elephant drivers, and spectacular California rock art. GA: $20, 12
For more information on the festival, including the schedule of events and details on the featured films and videos, visit the TAC International Film & Video Festival website
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Session 8 (4:15-6:52 pm)
4:15-4:49 pm Breaking Ground: Native Americans in Archaeology (33 min.)
4:49-5:43 pm Search for Josiah Henson: The Man Behind the Story of Uncle Tom's Cabin (53 min.)
5:51-6:52 pm Agave is Life (60 min.)
6:52 pm Program ends