Bastard Film Encounter 2013

Schedule

Thursday April 25
6:30-8:00pm at Capital Club 16
16 W Martin St (919) 747-9345 www.capitalclub16.com
Opening night dinner at Capital Club 16
8:00-11:00pm at Kings
14 W Martin St, Raleigh, NC 27601 kingsbarcade.com

8:00-9:00pm
Bastards Reception

9:00-11:00pm
Brief Introductory Remarks by Skip Elsheimer, Marsha Gordon & Dwight Swanson
Keynote Extravaganza
Andrew Lampert – “El Adios Largos y Mas”
In 1953, author Raymond Chandler published his penultimate novel THE LONG GOODBYE.

In 1973, director Robert Altman adapted the book into a feature film starring Elliott Gould as Philip Marlowe.

In 2003, archivist/artist Andrew Lampert acquired a very special 16mm print of Altman’s film from a collector’s catalog.

In 2013, Lampert will bestow his fellow bastards with a personal account of this curious chain of sequential events. It is a 60-year saga of iterations and alterations, some fleeting and others irrevocable. A major bastard in his own right, Lampert will forsake the prescribed 5-minute time limit to explore the real mystery in this convoluted caper of reductions, reinstatements and redemption.
What the critics say:

According to Stephen Hawking, Andy Lampert’s keynote features the “Best powerpoint ever.”

“I was so hungry after seeing this inspired keynote in Hungary, I went out and ate three hotdogs.”–Errol Morris

“Andy Lampert es uno de una clase y este discurso me recuerda a una película de Douglas Sirk, seguida de un paladar de salsa de tomate y mostaza.”–
Pedro Almodovar

Friday April 26
10:00am-6:00pm at Kings

10:00-10:30am
Opening
Flag – Tom Whiteside (Duke Technical Services/Durham Cinematheque)

10:30am-12:00pm
Real Bastards
“George Lucas and his Bastard Legacy” – Skip Elsheimer (A/V Geeks)
“Abandoned Animal Scraps” – Dan Streible (Orphan Film Project)
“Bastards Clips Reel (Sexcerpts ‘70)” – Greg Pierce (Custodian, The Orgone Archive, Pittsburgh 13, Penna.)

12:15-1:15pm
Sliced and Diced
Taxi Driver: the Condensed Features Version – Liz Coffey (Harvard Film Archive)
Death is a Straight Line – Rich Remsberg (Freelance archival footage researcher)

1:15-2:15pm
Lunch

2:15-3:45pm
Private Parts
The Surprise Gift – Mark Garrett Cooper (University of South Carolina)
East Lansing (aka “The Penis Film”) – Dwight Swanson (Center for Home Movies)
Enema Medley – Albert Steg (Independent Collector)

4:00-5:15pm
The Camerman’s Gaze
Razzberried Treasure – Dino Everett (USC Hugh M. Hefner Moving Image Archive)
“Dysphoric Documentarian: The Unsettled Genius of Central Jersey” – Rick Prelinger

5:30-6:15pm
Regional Memorabilia
Dallas Love Field – Kelli Hix
“Taking it to the Mat: Footage from the Golden Age of Regional Wrestling with Raleigh’s own Curtis ‘Toad’ White” – Devin Orgeron (North Carolina State University Film Studies) and Melissa Dollman (Schlesinger Library, Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, Harvard University)

7:00-10:00pm
Dinner, Screenings and Bingo at Lump Gallery
505 S Blount St Raleigh, NC (919) 821-9999. www.teamlump.org.
Klausie’s Pizza Truck 7:15-8:30pm

Anatomy of Melancholy – Brian Frye
Mr Clean – Greg Pierce
and more…

Saturday April 27
10:00-6:00pm at Kings

10:00-10:30am
Opening
Sabro Coffee Commercial – Tom Whiteside (Duke Technical Services/Durham Cinematheque)

10:30am-12:00pm
Suffering
“Pictures at an Execution” – Brian L. Frye (University of Kentucky College of Law)
“African Circumcision Footage” – Snowden Becker (UCLA Department of Information Studies)
“Operation Teeth” – Lydia Pappas (University of South Carolina)

12:15-1:15pm
Writhing Bodies
Wringo and Unidentified Swedish Travelogue – Jay Schwartz (The Secret Cinema)
“Archiving Failure” – Carolyn Faber (Kartemquin Films)
“Muckracking and Mudslinging: Journalism in Post-War Germany” – Greg Wilsbacher (University of South Carolina)

1:15-2:15pm
Lunch

2:15-3:30pm
Fascinating Detritus
“The Stages of Corporate Grief” – Anonymous, played by Hobert Thompson
“Max Roach and the Cultural Mismatch of Look Up and Live” – J. Carlos Kase (University of North Carolina Wilmington)
Guns and Kids – Joan Vorderbruggen

3:45-4:45pm
Conversion Narratives
City Rehabilitation #1 – Heather Heckmann (University of South Carolina)
Freeze In – Marsha Gordon (North Carolina State University)

5:00-6:00pm
“Are Bastards Really Worth Saving and Showing?”
Martin Johnson (Independent Scholar), Moderator
Dan Streible & Rick Prelinger, Commentators

7:00pm
Dinner at Player’s Retreat
105 Oberlin Rd Raleigh, NC 27605 (919) 755-9589 www.playersretreat.net

9:00pm-11:00pm
Closing Night Bastardly Bowling at The Alley
The Alley, 2512 Hillsborough St Raleigh www.bowlthealley.com

Sunday April 28

11:00-1:00pm
BBQ Brunch at A/V Geeks
Tearful goodbyes