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AMIA Film Advocacy Task Force Store is Open!

  15.05.27 2:07pm

 

The AMIA Film Advocacy Task Force store is now open for business!  We collaborated with graphic designer Caitlin Whittington and "shop small"

vendor Troy Cloth & Paper to create unique tote bags.  We've also got 35mm film strip bookmarks produced just for us by AMIA member Video & Film Solutions. 

 

Why shop FATF?  Because each item is beautifully crafted and the proceeds support our projects and activities, like our documentary project WHY WE FILM which explores why archivists, projectionists, exhibitors, programmers, filmmakers, producers, labs and others decide to engage with film as a physical object and experience.  These funds also support our work with film stock manufacturers, exhibitors and educators to keep celluloid film accessible.

Find the store through the FATF website: http://www.filmadvocacy.org/