Vinyl Revival continues its indie film screening series, First Friday Flicks in association with FirstGlance Film Festival, in its Vault theater with “Meet Me on South Street: The Story of JC Dobbs” by George Manney on Friday, March 7th at 7:00 p.m. First Friday Flicks will also screen on Saturdays each month at 2 p.m. Tickets are $8, $5 for students and seniors. Screening events are BYOB and snacks.
“Meet Me On South Street: The Story of JC Dobbs” documents the evolution of Philly’s fertile music and arts subculture in the 1970’s until the sad closing of JC Dobbs in 1996. With archival photographs, videos and contemporary interviews, George Manney recreates the rich history of Philadelphia’s premiere rock and roll bar. “Meet Me On South Street: The JC Dobbs Story” stars Stephen Caldwell from The Orlons, Tommy Conwell, Greg Davis from Beru Revue, Cyndy Drue, Andre Gardner, George Thorogood & The Destroyers, Charlie Gracie, Robert Hazard & many more!
The spring First Friday Flicks, Indie Film Screening Series, will also include:
“Sadie,” – a web series, by Nicole Agostino, on April 4th at 7 p.m. and Saturdays in April at 2 p.m. – Sadie’s dad is a rock and roll legend, and her mom a deceased rock photographer. Sadie longs to be a part of the rock and roll circus, so while her dad is on tour, she sneaks into bars to photograph bands. Sadie spotlights the best local Philly area rock bands, and weaves a narrative of a young music photographer and her journey to the big time! “Sadie” stars Alyssa Kempinski, Joe Reno, Nikki Bell, Falon Joslyn, Zaire Harris, Nicole Cinaglia, Beverly Rivera and Patrick Raquet (P Diesel) and features the music of En Fuego, Shorty Boy Boy, John & Brittany, Dagny, Cait Black, Ginger Coyle, Collisions, Matthew Caringi, The Colorfield Theory, Gang, Ruby the Hatchet, Sinai, Walt Lafty of Silvertide, Darby Trials, and Mean Street.
Show Us Ur Shorts – Open mic style film screening on May 2nd at 7:00 p.m. – Bring your short film up to 20 minutes in length and Vinyl Revival will show it. Afterwards, filmmakers and attendees can mix, mingle and network while enjoying drinks and light refreshments. Films will be screened on a first come, first serve basis. The best short, as selected by the audience, will win a pair of ALL ACCESS PASSES to FirstGlance Film Fest 17 Philadelphia (valued at $180.)