Schedule is subject to change.

Windup Space – 12 W. North Avenue
Friday 7:00-10:30pm

Paul and Elizabeth Nelson (Cinema Bomar, Houston): “Cinema Bomar”

Schwälmer Bäuerin am Spinnrad (Farmwife from Schwalmstadt at the spinning wheel) (1930s)
Gage Home Movies : Esther Williams Pools (1950s)
The Protected School (1965)
Maine Barbecue (1950s)
Profit: A Lure / A Risk (1977)

Skip Elsheimer (A/V Geeks, Raleigh): “A/V Geeks Visit Your House of Worship”

Church Usher (Ecufilm, 1969)
Single (Carole A Etzler; 1980)
Project The Right Image (Churches Television And Radio Centre Great Britain, 1975)
Mark of the Clown (Mass Media Ministries, 1977)
Included Out (Ecufilm, 1970s)

Stephen Parr (Oddball Films, San Francisco): “Nomads in the Ozone: Gypsies, Hobos and Wandering Souls”

Untitled Newsreel-Migrant Border Round Up (1953)
Untitled Newsreel Runaway Boys (date unknown)
Tin Can Tourist (Mannie Davis, 1937)
King of the Gypsies trailer (Frank Peirson, 1978)
Easy Rider trailer (Peter Fonda, 1969)
USA Film (Eric Martin, 1977)
Darktown Strutters (William Whitney, 1975)
Caprice (1960s)
Gypsies (Wladyslaw Slesicki, 1973)

Followed by live music by PLRLS, Snakes and Callowhill

Motor House – 120 W. North Avenue
Saturday 1:00-3:00pm

Jay Schwartz (The Secret Cinema, Philadelphia): “From Philadelphia with Love”

A Day with the Fairmount Park Mounted Patrol (Dir: George Smith and Charles Bender, ca. 1960)
The Philadelphia Story of 1963 (1963)
Westside Store (1982)
Brooklyn Goes To Philadelphia (1954)

Albert Steg (Zampano’s Playhouse, Cambridge MA): “Spider Pool Poses – Illicit Peepshow Settings of the 1950’s”

[Peepshow Medley] (ca. 1949 – 1955).
Fancy Nancy (ca. 1951)

Saturday 3:00-5:00pm
Brian L. Frye (James Eads How Memorial Cinema & Kentucky Amateur Film Archives, Lexington, KY):  “Selections from the Kentucky Amateur Film Archives”

University of Kentucky Promotional Film Footage (1951)
Waterfalls – Cumberland Falls (date unknown)
Mammoth Cave &c. (date unknown)
The 1933 100% Club: An Unusual Reward for Unusual Effort (1933)

Jasmyn Castro (African American Home Movie Archive, Washington DC): “African American Ephemera”

Ethel Waters “Underneath the Harlem Moon”, from Rufus Jones for President (1933)
Count Basie and His Orchestra feat. Jimmy Rushing “Take Me Back, Baby” (1941)
Thank You Ma’am (1976)
Narratives (African American Home Movie Archive, 2016)
Black Protest (1975)

Soft House – 1501 Guilford Avenue (in the Copycat Building), 5th Floor
Saturday 9:00pm
“Road Movies” Group screening with live music. Featuring additional screenings by Bob and Teresa Wagner and 3D Viewmaster projections by Rich Wexler
Music by David Jacober (guitar, percussion), Tom Boram (modular synthesizer), Will Redman (percussion, electronics), and Michael Wasteneys (objects, voice, electronics). Additional music/sounds/mix by John Somers and Tim Wisniewski.

Motor House
Sunday 1:00-3:00pm
“Baltimorama” Baltimore ephemeral film showcase. Screening edited by Siobhan Hagan (Mid-Atlantic Regional Moving Image Archive), followed by panel discussion. An elongated view of Baltimore City created through archival moving images. The panel and audience will react to what was seen and heard in contemplating Baltimore’s past and future.
Panelists: Megan McShea (Audiovisual Archivist, Archives of American Art), (Philip J. Merrill (Ceo & Founder Nanny Jack & Co.), Margaret Rorison (Filmmaker),  Joe Tropea (Maryland Historical Society)

Sunday 3:00-5:00pm
Jeff Krulik retrospective
A look at filmmaker Jeff Krulik’s decades of filmmaking and public access television creations in Washington DC and Maryland, featuring the 30th anniversary of “Heavy Metal Parking Lot” and the 20th anniversary of “King of Porn”.

Creative Alliance – 3134 Eastern Avenue
Sunday 7:30pm
Rick Prelinger (Prelinger Archives, San Francisco)
No More Road Trips?

Sunday 10:00 (at the Laughing Pint)
Closing night party with bonus screening by Skip Elsheimer
For Festival passholders only