The Rock Hall Wants That Video You Shot of Bands in the CLE

Sat 7/7 @ Noon-5PM

Go down in history!

Got some home movies you shot of local or national bands at an area venue back in the day? The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is collecting self-shot video and audio from NEO concert-goers, digitizing it all and preserving it, then showcasing it later this year.

Film & Video Preservation Day takes place on Sat 7/7 from noon-5PM at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Library and Archives at 2809 Woodland, Cleveland, OH 44115. Bring your videos and films and become a part of history!

Self-recorded films and videos of Northeast Ohio acts, national acts featured at local venues, or those important or historical music events filmed by NEO community members are of particular interest.

What do you get?
*Discounted Admission to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
*A  complimentary USB drive with digital, preservation-quality files of your film or video
*Free copy of the Library & Archives’ zine “Preservation: 88 Lines About 44 Techniques”

Then come back and attend Home Movie Day at the Rock Hall’s Foster Theatre on Sat 10/20/18,  from 2-4PM, to see clips from your original film or video featured in a compilation film and will receive a limited edition poster for the event.

Check out their cool promo clip to get all the details here.

Reservations are recommended to ensure shorter wait times. Please contact the experts at (216) 515-1993, or, to schedule an appointment or discuss your film and video with Rock Hall archivists. They are especially looking for  8mm film, Super 8mm film, 16mm film, Super 16mm film, Betacam, Digital8, DV, DVCAM, DVCPRO, DVD, HDCAM, HDV, Hi8, MiniDV, U-matic, and VHS.

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