ArchaeologyFest Film Series: Best of 2016
Archaeological Legacy Institute is pleased to present the best films from the 2016 edition of The Archaeology Channel International Film Festival. Top-rated by the Festival jury and audience, these films are organized into four unique programs, beginning Friday, February 17, 2017, in Bend, Oregon. This series is a benefit for TAC Festival, an annual spring event in downtown Eugene and the only juried film competition for its genre in the Western Hemisphere.
Doors open a half-hour before show time, and tickets are $7.00 at the door. All proceeds go to support TAC Festival [http://www.archaeologychannel.org/events-guide/international-film-and-video-festival] (next edition: May 3, 2017, in downtown Eugene, in downtown Eugene). The following will be shown on Friday 2/17:
Roman Engineering: Cities (Spain) 51 min.
(Honorable Mention by Jury for Narration; Best Animation & Effects by Jury; Honorable Mention by Jury for Public Education Value; Honorable Mention by Jury for Script; Honorable Mention by Jury for Cinematography)
Viking Women: Jova’s Heritage and the Fall of Haithabu (Germany) 52 min.