Oh man, we saw some incredible footage last week from “Industrial Musicals,” a collection of Broadway-style corporate presentations from the 50s, 60s and 70s archived by our friend Steve Young. We may try to bring some of this footage on the road this year but in the meantime check out recordings of GE’s “I’ve Got A Wide Range of Features” and American Standard’s “My Bathroom.”






In April the FFF heads to England for a two-week tour, including four nights in London with our pals at The Brooklyn Brewery. Join us for a cheeky good time. All the details are on our tour page.



Just imagine waking up every morning to this mess in your bedroom.



Over in Germany (maybe we’ve got that wrong) is a German graffiti artist who’s been collecting and showcasing a very important collection of audio cassette tapes and sharing them with the world over at Last week, Gizmodo did a nice spotlight on the site. The piece starts, ”It’s hard to remember a time where our musical picks weren’t contained in a Spotify playlist.” No it isn’t. No it isn’t.

Read the Gizmodo store here and enjoy some of these pics, courtesy of






Last night, Found Footage Festival played the Pabst Theater in Milwaukee and guess who was there? Tom Lewandowski of the Tom Lewandowski Show featured in our Volume 7 DVD! Tom is our all-time favorite high school talk show host. What an honor it was for us!

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If only we knew whatever happened to Neil Duda…

In honor of our Volume 7 show in Miami, we commissioned Jacy Catlin to make a poster for us. Couldn’t be more thrilled with the results!



Boy, to be a fly on the wall for some of those teen conversations about liver wellness.




Contains the episode where Mike and Boner get offered cocaine at a college party. Score!

Been in the UK two weeks and I feel like we’ve barely scratched the surface of British VHS. These tapes are a good start.



Cricket bloopers and Cliff Richard on the Beach. We’re not in Kansas anymore. (We’re in Scotland.)




We’re dusting off our NTSC-to-PAL VHS converters and heading to the UK for a 10-city tour to celebrate the Found Footage Festival’s 10th anniversary. We start in Glasgow on 22nd July and end with a two-night engagement in London on 1st and 2nd August as part Brooklyn Brewery MASH. Mark your calendars and book your tickets early! These shows will sell out.

Tues. 22nd July – 9pm – Glasgow – Grosvenor Cinema – Tickets

Weds. 23rd July – 9pm – Edinburgh – Filmhouse – Tickets

Thurs 24th July – 9pm – Liverpool – Picturehouse at FACT – Tickets

Fri 25th July – 9pm – Leeds – Hyde Park Picture House – Tickets

Sat 26th July – 8pm – Manchester – Gorilla – Tickets

Mon 28th July – 8:30pm – Birmingham – Electric Cinema – Tickets

Tues 29th July – 9pm – Nottingham – Broadway Cinema – Tickets

Weds 30th July – 9pm – Bristol – Watershed – Tickets

Thurs 31st July – 9pm – Oxford – Ultimate Picture Palace – Tickets

Fri 1st August – 10pm – London – Leicester Square Theatre – Tickets

Sat 2nd August – 10pm – London – Leicester Square Theatre - Tickets

“The biggest collection of weird videos I’ve ever seen.” –Jimmy Fallon

“Hysterical and brilliant.” – Time Out London

“A comedy sensation.” –The Guardian

Among the new clips featured in the 2014 program:
• A new exercise video montage featuring a Christmas-themed workout, a martial arts fitness regimen called “Tiger Moves,” and a tape called “Butt Camp”
• Newly unearthed footage of the world’s most obnoxious home shopping hosts, John & Johnny (c. 1987), and the long-awaited reunion orchestrated by the FFF curators
• Exclusive footage of the Chef Keith news prank the curators pulled on news stations in the Midwest over the holidays.
• A bizarre instructional video from 1997 with the redundant title, “How to Have Cybersex on the Internet”

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