Friday, March 6, 2015


The LOST & OUT OF PRINT film series is temporarily closed until further notice.  People think we are showing their copy written movies so, the groups will stop here temporarily and come back once the issue is resolved.  

Please note that our club is devoted to small gauge film enthusiasts in the Bay Area that wish to meet and discuss film prints in our collection.  Our prints are offered for sale or swap at the end of meetings...

We’ve been alerted to the fact that you are showing many titles that are under copyright protection, without obtaining proper permissions.  Some of titles are controlled by Kino Lorber in the U.S. and they include THE BLUE ANGEL, DIE NIBELUNGEN, and KRIEMHILD’S REVENGE.  We will need to take retroactive licensing fees for these screenings.  $250 for each title.  You should also be aware that you have a number of films that are held by Janus Films on your website, including HIROSHIMA MON AMOUR and RULES OF THE GAME.  These titles are NOT in the public domain.  I expect you will be hearing from them soon, as well,.  Your prompt response and handling of this matter is appreciated.  Thank you.



Jonathan Hertzberg

Director of Theatrical Sales
Kino Lorber
333 W. 39th St.
Suite 503
New York, NY 10018

Sunday, July 20, 2014


708 Gilman St. @ The Tannery
All Ages - Wheelchair Accessible
Free Parking - Donations Accepted
Door 7:00PM - Film 7:30PM

08/15 - Superbug, Super Agent (1972)16mm/Color/Sound/91 min.
08/16 - LOOP Presents: Cheap Thrills! (16mm/Color/Sound/80 min.)


08/17 - California Straight Ahead (1925) Super8/B&W/Silent/Musical Accompaniment/80 min.
Complications are inevitable for Tom Hayden and Betty Brown. They are engaged to be married, and their fathers are Thomas Hayden, Sr., the "money king and builder of the world's fastest racing cars," and Jeffrey Brown, "his bitterest rival, whose ambition is speedway supremacy." Reginald Denny has the lead in this especially hilarious comedy-thriller as a scapegrace son who loses his sweetheart when he cuts up a few devilish didoes. 

Director: Harry A. Pollard (as Harry Pollard)
Writers: Byron Morgan, Harry A. Pollard
Stars: Reginald Denny, Gertrude Olmstead, Tom Wilson 

Wednesday, July 9, 2014


708 Gilman St. @ The Tannery
All Ages - Wheelchair Accessible
Free Parking - Donations Accepted
Door 7:00PM - Film 7:30PM

JULY 2014

7/18 - Godzilla on Monster Island (1972) 16mm/Color/Sound/89 min.
7/19 - Cartoon Carnival #5: “Kids and Pets” (16mm/B&W/Color/Silent/Sound/70min.)


7/20 - The Kid (1921)16mm/B&W/Silent/Musical Accompaniment/68 min.
The Tramp cares for an abandoned child, but events put that relationship in jeopardy.  One of the first major films to combine comedic moments with dramatic elements, The Kid is widely considered one of the greatest films in cinematic history.

Director: Charles Chaplin (as Charlie Chaplin)
Writer: Charles Chaplin
Stars: Charles Chaplin, Edna Purviance, Jackie Coogan

Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Lost and Out of Print will return in July 2014.

Thanks for your continued support!

Wednesday, March 26, 2014


708 Gilman St. @ The Tannery
All Ages - Wheelchair Accessible
Free Parking - Donations Accepted
Door 7:00PM - Film 7:30PM

APRIL 2014

04/05 - Backwood Saturday Night 16mm/B&W/Sound/70 min.
04/06 - Wild and Woolly (1917) Super 8mm/B&W/Silent/Musical Accompaniment/72 min.
04/12 - LOOP Presents: Country Style U.S.A (1957) 16mm/B&W/Sound/70 min.
04/13 - Chaplin Retrospective 16mm/B&W/Silent/Musical Accompaniment/87 min.
04/19 - Old School New Light
04/20 - Le Video Fundraiser


04/26 - Cartoon Carnival #4: Food Frolics (16mm/B&W/Color/Sound/70 min.)
"Food Frolics" is our fourth entry of cartoon curiosities from our archive, complete with vintage animated television commercials and more!


04/27 - The Hunters (1962) 16mm/Color/Sound/72 min.
This film follows the hunting of a giraffe by four members of the Ju/'hoansi (a !Kung Bushmen tribe) over a 13-day period in the Kalahari desert. The film consists of footage shot in 1952-53 on a Smithsonian-Harvard Peabody expedition.

In 2003, this film was deemed "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant" by the United States Library of Congress and selected for preservation in the National Film Registry.

Directors: Robert Gardner, John Marshall
Stars: John Marshall