We have exciting news about a new streaming channel that our Oregon nonprofit has created for shows about archaeology and cultural heritage.
We made this for people who may be tired of mindless reality TV shows, or watered-down content disguising itself as science, and who might be interested in binge-worthy shows, NOT from Netflix, that people can watch on their own smart TVs.
Eugene, OR – Organized by Eugene nonprofit, Archaeological Legacy Institute (ALI), Lane County’s longest-running film festival, The Archaeology Channel (TAC) International Film Festival, opens its 17th annual edition on May 13 and runs through May 17. However, instead of the normal array of public activities, this year’s Festival has moved to an online-only format. This involves online streaming of selected films for the competition as well a virtual awards announcement, whose results will be decided by the festival jury. While we at ALI regret the elimination of so much of our event, this special edition of TAC Festival is another step in its growth and a furtherance of the international recognition that the Festival brings to the Lane County community. Continue reading... “17th Edition of The Archaeology Channel International Film Festival Goes Online”
To our friends in and near Portland: The best archaeology-related films in the world are coming to Portland, starting Friday night, January 15. This is our annual event, ArchaeologyFest Film Series:Best of 2015! Please come to see some outstanding films and help us support TAC Festival 2016 by enjoying our PSU mini-Festival at the Fifth Avenue Cinema in Portland for four evenings (a different 2-hour show each evening), Friday, January 15; Saturday, January 16; Friday, January 22: and Saturday, January 23. Continue reading... “ArchaeologyFest Film Series: Best of 2015”
Produced by our 501(c)(3) nonprofit, Archaeological Legacy Institute, Strata: Portraits of Humanity is a unique program, unlike any other available on TV today. Strata is a fresh monthly showcase for unique, captivating and diverse stories about our cultural heritage from an archaeological perspective. Our program segments are seen for the most part only in this show, which is delivered consistently on the 15th of each month. We produce some of the segments ourselves and acquire the rest from our dozens of producer and distributor partners around the world. Continue reading... “About Strata: Portraits of Humanity”