Atomic TV #16: The “Microcinefest Film Festival” Episode

Our pal, Baltimore filmmaker Skizz Cyzyk, narrates this look at some of the best and coolest underground films “from all over” which are also part of his first annual MicroCineFest at Baltimore’s legendary funeral home-turned-movie theater, The Mansion. Billed as “Big Ambition on a Little Budget,” these films feature some of the leading names in underground cinema (Danny Plotnick, Russ Forster, Jon Moritsugi, Jeff Krulik) as well as some of its most offbeat subjects. See chick magnet Jeffry write songs about showers, police brutality and Gumby… See local legend/Charles Theater ticket-taker John Swift live up to his billing in “I’m Not Fascinating”… See Dancing Outlaw Jessco White talk gleefully about sniffing glue and Elvis… See a film about Neil Diamond, KISS and ABBA tribute bands… See Rockin’ Rollen the Rainbow Man wear a rainbow afro while spouting nonsensical born-again rhetoric at sporting event and taking hotel maids hostage… See the dregs of inbred humanity mumble their inarticulate profanity-laced praises of rock and roll in “Heavy Metal Parking Lot”… all this and more!

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