Bring your Texas-related films and videotapes to the Museum of South Texas History for the Texas Film Round-Up! The Texas Film Round-Up provides FREE digitization for Texas-related films and videotapes in exchange for donating a digital copy of the materials to TexasArchive.org. A partnership between the Texas Archive of the Moving Image (TAMI) and the Texas Film Commission, this program has served thousands of individuals, businesses, and cultural institutions since 2008.
For more information on the Round-Up, including formats accepted, go to www.TexasArchive.org/round-up.
Can't attend? Learn about other weekend events, including one of our many film collection sites in the RGV HERE.
For almost 40 years the Museum of South Texas History has chronicled the heritage of South Texas and Northeastern Mexico. The Museum has been a part of the community since 1967. It first opened as the Hidalgo County Historical Museum in the old Hidalgo County jail. Built in 1910, the Old Jail continues to be one of the most important sections of the museum.
(Photo of Stevie, one of the resident stray cats at the Museum of South Texas History.)