Oddball Film+Video Represents B Movies Collection, Licences Footage for The American Experience, Provides Movie Trailer for â€œRich Hallâ€™s The Dirty Southâ€?.
Oddball Film+Video, the leading provider of offbeat and unusual stock footage, has recently acquired the Forbidden Films Collection featuring unique propaganda footage. Oddballâ€™s quirky collection consist of over 50,000+ 35mm, 16mm and HD historical and contemporary clips in all genres. Oddballâ€™s recent projects include licensing footage for PBSâ€™s American Experience series â€œRoads to Memphisâ€?. Oddball also supplied a movie trailer for BBC4â€™s â€œRich Hallâ€™s The Dirty Southâ€? which aired July 12th in the UK. Oddball provided research and historical footage for artist, Camille Utterback, as part of her multi-media installation â€œShifting Timeâ€?.
Oddball Film+Video is representing an extensive collection of B movies including hilarious kung-fu and low-fi horror films. Oddball has also recently acquired the rare Forbidden Films Collection which features a sampling of over 800 films from Nazi Germany, Japan and Italy from the period 1922-1945.
Oddball Film+Video provided unique footage of Martin Luther King Jr., a compilation of 1968 historical events along with an Almond Joy and Ban deodorant commercial for The American Experience â€œRoads to Memphisâ€? documentary on PBS. Oddball supplied media artist Camille Utterback with historical footage of Silicon Valley. The clips were integrated into the permanent multi-media installation, â€œShifting Timeâ€?, at the San Jose International Airport. Oddball provided the â€œEasy Riderâ€? movie trailer for BBC4â€™s documentary â€œRich Hallâ€™s The Dirty Southâ€?, an exploration into the stereotypes tied to Americaâ€™s southern states. Additionally, Oddball supplied a 1980s clip of a female bodybuilder flexing her muscles for Goldâ€™s Gym new online promotional campaign.
Oddballâ€™s Eclectic Film Screenings
Oddball Film+Video presents a unusual and enticing weekly cinema series featuring eclectic film programs such as their monthly â€œWeirdsvilleâ€? screenings which showcase a selection of rare, bizarre and highly entertaining films from the archiveâ€™s offbeat collection. â€œVintage Voyagesâ€?, â€œMonkey Time!â€? and â€œBooze! 80-Proof Cinema Vol.2â€? were also recently presented to our avid audiences.
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