A/V Geeks Films

An Important Message from the A/V Geeks and the MASTWBCOF.. (by A/V Geeks)

Portrait of a City - Detroit (1961)
A look to Detroit during better days.

Join us 8pm Tuesday night at Kings in Raleigh NC for “Some of Your Bits Ain’t Nice” - films about hygiene. Including this creepy film, Soapy the Germ Fighter

Join us for a screening tonight at the 1940 Air Terminal Museum in Houston TX. Learn how luxurious air travel used to be..

Ads for Local Businesses

This is a demo reel of ads for local businesses that were shown in movie theaters. The company that made this reel would sell advertising to local businesses, shoot and edit the ads and then pay the theaters to screen the ads.

Year 1999 A D (by theavgeeks)

A whimsical yet serious-minded look into the future sponsored by the appliance and radio manufacturer. In the “1999 House of Tomorrow,” each family member’s activities are enabled by a central computer and revolve around products remarkably similar to those made by the sponsor. Power comes from a self-contained fuel cell, which supports environmental controls, an automatic cooking system, and a computer-assisted “education room.” Features Wink Martindale!

Keep Off the Grass A Sid Davis classic. Presents unadulterated facts about the smoking of marijuana. States facts in an honest manner telling a dramatic story.

How To Lose What We Have

Drama of an authoritarian (probably Communist-type) coup in the U.S., assisted by apathy, an indifference to federal intervention in community affairs, and lack of economic incentive.

To help with the A/V Geeks mission to share these forgotten films unearthed in their archive, this film and hundreds of others can be purchased on DVD (http://www.avgeeks.com/wp2/all-av-geeks-dvds/). Higher quality versions of this film can also be licensed for stock footage. Contact footage@avgeeks.com for more information.

Lambeth Walk

A piece of World War II propaganda to boost morale for the Allies..

To help with the A/V Geeks mission to share these forgotten films unearthed in their archive, this film and hundreds of others can be purchased on DVD (http://www.avgeeks.com/wp2/all-av-geeks-dvds/). Higher quality versions of this film can also be licensed for stock footage. Contact footage@avgeeks.com for more information.