FREE FORM FILM Festival & Music! FREE!!

Sat. July 19th 8pm

Free Form Film Festival @ Le Petit Versailles
346 East Houston st. (ave. B & C)
212 529 8815

Join us for another gut ripping found footage experience! Free Form reaches deep into the belly of the Lost Media Archive to bring NYC 2 new hilarious programs.

“I’m more fascinated by things I find in the garbage from our past than things that are coming out today.”
-Blair Sterret, founder Lost Media Archive

Program #1
Please Self-Help Me
Vintage instructional, exercise, and self help videos.

Program #2
Praise the Tube
Vintage and outsider religious programming from the backyards and cable access stations of America.

** The night will open up with a 45-minute acoustic set by Storyship

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The Free Form Film Festival (FFFF) is a traveling festival of film and music created by loaf-i productions and inner mission productions. Events include, shorts and features across all genres, live music and multimedia performance, and installation. We are a continuously touring festival without beginnings or endings. In other words, we do it here and there, whenever and wherever possible.

In our 5th year of touring North America, this will be Free Form’s 2nd screening/performance at Le Petit Versailles.

Le Petit Versailles, created in 1996 by community neighbors is a GreenThumb garden and a project of Allied Productions, Inc. a non profit arts organization. LPV provides a green oasis for meditation and relaxation dedicated to fostering the interest of all segments of the community in the arts, broadening and enriching the general public through performances, screenings, workshops.

for more information contact:
Ryan Wylie
573-489-2509 cell

LPV events are made possible by Allied Productions, Inc.,
Citizens for NYC, Green Thumb/NYC Dept. of Parks, Materials for the Arts;
NYC Dept. of Cultural Affairs, NYC Dept. of Sanitation & NYC Board of Education
Film & Exhibition support from The New York State Council on the Arts, a state agency. Additional support, in part, by public funds from the NYC Department of Cultural Affairs

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