Lost & Found Film Club

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What began as an after-hours Cinefamily staff tradition is now LA’s premier showcase of ephemeral, industrial, educational, and sponsored films of the 20th century — some perhaps never intended to be seen on the big screen… until now. Join hosts Zena Grey and Brendt Rioux for a monthly program packed as densely as library stacks and screened in the gloriously fuzzed-out 16mm format.

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12/10 - 10:30PM
$10/free for members

Die-hard Cinefamilians take note: For the first time ever, Lost & Found is screening a feature-length film — but this ain’t your average picture. In fact, it’s a 16mm print so rare that we can’t tell you what it is. And even if we did tell you, you probably wouldn’t believe us. That’s right, this truly lost (and found) feature-length film has only been seen by a handful of people since it was originally released, and we’re rolling what might be the world’s only print. What we can tell you is that this is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to ogle an oddity by one of our favorite directors. Take the plunge with us as we unspool a forgotten piece of film history for the first… and maybe last time. Intrigued? You oughta be.


1/7 - 10:30PM
$10/free for members

Craving cartoons? Anxious for animation? We’ve been saving up a stockpile of celluloid silliness and stop-motion mayhem that’s guaranteed to inspire. From totally mod midcentury offerings by major studios like Disney & Paramount, to hand-painted experiments, crude claymation and cockroach-infested Canadian Jukeboxes– this shorts mix will rearrange your mind… one frame at a time. Animated G.I. Joes, plasticine pervs and wisecracking numerals await! We’ll even pull out some rarely screened Fleischer films from the dawn of the art form. Best of all, the entire collection of shorts will be projected from original 16mm & 35mm prints. Ordinary animation? Forget it, film freaks, it’s Toon Town.


2/11 - 10:30PM
$10/free for members

This year, Valentine’s Day comes prematurely! Direct from the estate sale of a notoriously shameless 42nd Street smut merchant comes… EROTICON. “An exotic tapestry of emotions, sensations and ideas… one step beyond experience,” screamed the original “EX-Rated” poster. This mondo-style documentary doesn’t just give a peek inside the sex-plosion of the early 70′s, it bumps and grinds all over it, with a bevy of hilarious interviews punctuating a groovy grindhouse montage of ham-fisted hardcore. Meet the editor of Screw Magazine, get the wet hot truth on the burgeoning porno industry, talk to an accredited sexpert, visit a naughty boutique, and learn about the early days of personal ads that put Craigslist to shame. Sure, there’s orgies, awkward BDSM, and the obligatory bumping of uglies, but the main attraction here is the soundtrack; engorged with original would-be hits like “Fuck Me Forever.” Bonus cameo by renowned children’s book illustrator Tomi Ungerer! Don your trenchcoat for this impossibly rare screening of what is probably the world’s only print.
Dir. Barnard L. Sackett, 35mm, 1973, 88min.

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