Jacob’s final trip to the mausoleum brings two gimmick screenings: “Rollercoaster” (1977) presented in Sensurround, and “Liquid Sky” (1982) featuring a live score by Philly psych rockers, Cheap Dinosaurs.
The fifth night at Cinedelphia found Jacob indulging in an audio/visual history of Philadelphia punk and hardcore music, as told by scene lifer Joseph Gervasi.
The Cinedelphia Film Festival hosts the Philadelphia premiere of festival hit, “Vanishing Waves”, and Jacob Knight was there. Read on for his thoughts.
Jacob takes a trip back in time with Frederick Wiseman’s controversial 1968 profile of Philadelphia public education, “High School”.
For our second night at the mausoleum, local repertory group Exhumed Films present legendary cinematographer Jack Cardiff’s 1974 oddity, The Mutations (a/k/a The Freakmaker).
Welcome to Screen Invasion’s coverage of the first annual Cinedelphia Film Festival. First up: a slasher double bill of “Girls School Screamers” (1986) & “Blades” (1989)