Home Movie Day Screening

Sit back and enjoy your neighbors' stories as we travel around the Bay, from Berkeley to Benicia and beyond. We will begin our screening with an homage to Kodachrome, which was introduced by Kodak seventy-four years ago as the first “full-color” 16mm film for amateur filmmakers. Its saturated reds, blues, and greens went on to color our memories as well as our twentieth-century visual history. This year, sadly, Kodak is fading out the manufacture of this iconic film stock. We will present a one-reel salute to its vibrant colors with Kodachrome home movies selected from audience member submissions and the PFA Collection.

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