A new regular Sunday feature debuts this week: FANAC’s Fan History Project videos. Fans have always been keen to embrace new technologies, including 8 and 16mm film! (FAN-ACtivity) has been establishing a quite extensive archive of audio and visual works produced by fandom over the past several years.  The Film Program feature (named for a former constant at conventions) will highlight the project’s contents.

This week:

Forrest Ackerman Interview from 1996’s LAConIII, the 54th Worldcon


A Mimeo Fanzine Workshop, from 1976’s MidAmeriCon, the 34th Worldcon

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