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  • Harriet


    Lanesville TV documentary directed by Nancy Cain. “With very little directed dialogue, we gain intimate entry into a day in the life of Harriet—a long-time resident of Lanesville and mother of five—over the course of one day.” Harriet grows increasingly frustrated over the course of the day then – in a staged sequence – drives off by herself, cheerfully yelling goodbye to Lanesville, laughing and singing as she drives down the open road.

  • [Videofreex Retrospective]

    Compilation includes Perry’s Effort, Ricky Jay, The Blue Calzone, Nixon Feedback, Chip on the Floor, Mountain, Nixon Rehearses

  • [Videofreex book release party]

    [Videofreex book release party]

    Members of the Videofreex convene in Woodstock, NY to celebrate the release of Parry Teasdale’s book “Videofreex: America’s First Pirate TV Station & The Catskills Collective That Turned It On.”

  • Here Come the Videofreex: Chicago Premiere

    Here Come the Videofreex: Chicago Premiere

    New Doc About Pioneering Video Collective Here Come the Videofreex Chicago premiere A film by Jon Nealon and Jenny Raskin Tuesday, May 17 8:00pm Thursday, May 19 8:00pm *with special guests Gene Siskel Film Center, 164 N. State St. Chicago, IL This week, the Gene Siskel Film Center will host the Chicago premiere of Here Come the Videofreex.  The documentary chronicles the pioneering efforts of the Videofreex, a collective of radical videographers who snatched a front row seat on street-level history in the turbulent Sixties and […]

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