vintage en The Found Footage Festival: A Strange Journey Down Memory Lane <p>On <a href="">today’s episode </a>we talked to Joe Pickett and Nick Prueher of The Found Footage Festival. The Found Footage Festival began in 2004 out of Wisconsin and Minnesota. Pickett and Prueher, childhood friends from Wisconsin, began their collection in high school by picking up unintentionally funny VHS videos from various sources (a lot of garage sales). &nbsp;The festival tour where they showcase their collection originated out of the need to fund their full-length documentary, <a href="">Dirty Country (2007)</a>, which follows a raunchy country singer and small-town family man, Larry Pierce.&nbsp;</p><p>The Found Footage Festival has now completed their seventh volume. They tour across the US and will be completing a UK tour this summer. On Thursday, June 19 the FF Festival will be in Bethlehem, New Hampshire at the Colonial Theatre at 7:3o PM, 18 years of age and up. If you’re nearby, tickets are for sale <a href="">here</a>. If not, we have made a short list of some of the many hilarious videos that Pickett and Prueher have curated. Check out more on<a href=""> their website</a>.</p><p> Thu, 19 Jun 2014 17:20:42 +0000 Alexis Chapin 50429 at The Found Footage Festival: A Strange Journey Down Memory Lane Instagram, De-Digitized. <p>A new start up called Snapstagram wants to print all those vintage-y photos you've been taking with Instagram.</p> Mon, 23 Apr 2012 14:57:50 +0000 Virginia Prescott 3374 at Instagram, De-Digitized.