2011 Ponderosa Stomp
Renaissance Arts Hotel
*This is from the 2011 festival, Ponderosa Stomp 2013 info can be found here.
The Ponderosa Stomp Clandestine Celluloid Film Series
September 16 & 17 2011
Renaissance Arts Hotel at 700 Tchoupitoulas Street
For Conference & Film Series Producer Madeleine Molyneaux, this year’s Clandestine Celluloid film series will focus on cinematic guilty pleasures and live performance rarities, and as always, tasty snacks, so expect lots of tease, sleaze and cheese!”
Admission to Conference & Clandestine Celluloid Film Series is $20 per day, per person. This small fee gets you the whole days' line-up of panels, discussions and films, lunch, and on Friday and Saturday, admission to the Record Show!
Friday, September 16, 2011
11:00. - 11:45 a.m.
Fats Domino Concert Film, Live 1962 (35 minutes)
12:00 - 1:00 p.m.
Heroes of the Stomp (60 minutes)
Joe Lauro’s annual performance compilation showcasing vintage performance clips from Stomp artists. For the Stomp’s tenth anniversary, the focus will be on past, present and future hopefuls.
1:00 - 2:30 p.m.
The Original Soul Men: Sam & Dave (80 minutes)
Career spanning documentary of the iconic duo, which features interviews with Al Bell, Duck Dunn, Sam Moore, Paul Schaefer and Dan Akroyd; never broadcast in the U.S.
A rarely screened 1962 concert film of the Fats Domino Orchestra, featuring Fats, Dave Bartholomew, Herb Hardesty, and others, courtesy Joe Lauro of Historic Films Archive; followed by discussion with Lauro and Dr. Ike about Fats and Dave.
Saturday, September 17, 2011
CLANDESTINE CELLULOID ALL DAY TRIBUTE TO ARCH HALL JR.
11:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Wild Guitar (1962, 90 minutes)
Directed by drive-in B-movie king Ray Dennis Steckler, starring Arch as Bud Eagle, rolling into Hollywood on his motorcycle with only a cheap guitar, a suitcase and a whole lot of moxie.
1:00 - 2:30 p.m.
Eegah! (1962, 90 minutes)
A wild and wooly desert pic directed by Arch Sr. and featuring Arch Jr. as a baby faced rocker; Eegah! has appropriately been called an “avant-garde existential classic.”
3:00 - 4:35 p.m.
The Sadist (1963, 92 minutes)
Unforgettable! Arch delivers a masterful performance as a sneering and leering psychotic punk who terrorizes three innocent bystanders at a roadside gas station.
Introduction of all films by Arch, followed by post-screening discussions with Arch, mondo movie man/musician Johnny Legend and Clandestine Celluloid producer Madeleine Molyneaux, as well as visits by special guests from the Fairway studio days, including The Archers keyboardist Alan O ‘Day and bassist Joel Christie who worked in a variety of production capacities on many of the films.