Wednesday, October 1, 2014


Found Footage Festival

WHEN: Thursday, October 27 | 8 PM
WHERE: Creative Alliance, 3134 Eastern Ave., Baltimore
TICKETS: $18, $16 mbrs.
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Unearthing VHS Monstrosities Since 2004.
The Creative Alliance is proud to welcome back The Found Footage Festival, a one-of-a-kind showcase of hilarious VHS footage for their 10th Anniversary show. 

Live event hosted by Joe Pickett and Nick Prueher, 2014, 90 minutes

Her Aim is True

WHEN: Thursday, October 16, 7:30 PM
TICKETS: $12, $9 mbrs.
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Starting in the 1960s, revered rock music photographer Jini Dellaccio created startling and artistic portraits of popular bands like The Sonics and The Wailers, rejecting the boring five-member lineup and producing iconic album covers. Jini Dellaccio speaks in this film about her life and photos. She was born in Indiana, grew up during the Depression, fell in love with jazz, worked as a self-taught fashion photographer in the 1950s. Dellaccio had already lived a pretty interesting life by the time she started snapping photos of aspiring rockers in the early sixties and producing the body of work she is known for among musicians and photographers. At 48, Dellaccio started working with bands like The Sonics and The Wailers, shooting iconic album cover photos of band members with great works of architecture and sculpture, climbing trees, and leather boots. Dellaccio rejected the boring five-member lineup band photograph, and established herself as one of the most exciting, innovative composers in rock photography. This masterful film about her fearless life and groundbreaking work features striking photos taken by Dellaccio of young rockers, models, and even a few self-portraits along with archival photos and film from her early life. The soundtrack and interviews capture the explosion of Pacific Northwest rock that Dellaccio was so keen on documenting.

Director Biography: Karen Whitehead is an accomplished journalist and director, as well as a producer for public television networks in the U.K. She has produced documentary films about history, advocacy for the autism community, and music.

Birds n’ BUS Neighborhood Block Party!

with performance by The Collective on the BUS Stop

WHEN: Saturday, October 18, 5:30 PM Block Party Start | 6 PM Dance Performance | 7:30 PM Movie
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Hang with friends and neighbors in the lot on East Ave, outside across from The Patterson as we screen Hitchcock’s scary thriller with a buffed out, new projection system. Yummy Birds inspired food and brews from the Marquee Lounge will be available. Expect lots of fun neighborhood activities as we prep for The Great Halloween Lantern Parade! Don’t forget your lawn chair & blanket!

The block party is presented in partnership with Baltimore Community Foundation and Southeast Community Development Corporation.

Night of the Living Dead

WHEN: Thursday, October 23, 7:30 PM
: $12, $9 mbrs.
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Baltimore's own Chris LaMartina (recently voted Best Filmmaker by Baltimore City Paper) hosts a special screening of the horror classic "Night of the Living Dead" along with monster trivia, raffle, giveaways, and costume contest!  Proudly supported by the Maryland Film Office

The Rocky Horror Picture Show

WHEN: Thursday, October 30, 9:00 PM
TICKETS: $12, $9
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It's the night before Halloween and we are screening the nuttiest, musical cult film of all time! Watch the film, sing the songs, and check out our favorite raunchy Rocky Horror Picture Show performers. Tighten up your garters, come up to the lab and see what's on the slab!
Director: Jim Sharman
USA, 1975, 100 mins.