About The Show

Got home movies?  Need help? If you are the family historian, genealogy buff, memory keeper, or documentary filmmaker, wanting to create a project around archival or found footage, this show is for you!    Check out our show page 

Join Rhonda on Thursdays at 4PM PST (7PM EST) as she interviews guest that will tug at your heart strings, sharing how the power of home movies helped them to gain clarity and understanding about their family relationships, heal from a hurt, shift their focus and transform their understanding to move them forward in their lives.

Some shows will focus on tech talk, tips to bring your old media into your digital life, best practices for archival preservation, how to share on line, donate to an archive, or monetize as stock footage.

Rhonda’s insight into the emotional value of home movies offers an important “call to action” to do something with your home movies before it’s too late!

As an author, speaker, home movie educator, and over 30 years working with industry moguls on their personal and professional archive, she draws upon her many years of running Pro8mm, a company known worldwide as being the Super 8 experts for production and legacy footage. Their work has been featured in today’s most popular television shows (American Idol, American Horror Story), theatrical releases (Argo, Super 8, The Fighter), dozens of music videos, commercials for national brands and independent films, presidential libraries, and museums.  They have also handled millions of feet of Super 8, Regular 8 and 16mm film for production work for the personal home movie libraries of the world’s most famous faces.

Consistent and High Ranking Show

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“The Home Movie Legacy Project continues to be one of the most consistent and highest ranking shows on our entire network. Through Rhonda’s warm approach and industry experience, she has become a trusted friend to her followers wishing to protect their most cherished memories.”

– Dave Pratt, owner of Star Worldwide Networks and member of the Radio Hall of Fame.