The Black Harvest International Film and Video Festival presents a 1995 comedy shot in Chicago by writer-director and stand-up comedian Ted Lyde, who also plays a principal role. Recounting the adventures of four high school pals who get together ten years after graduation, the movie is watchable enough, but it’s also rather familiar, even when it becomes hyperbolic. On the same program, a satirical short film by Cal Ward Jr., The Rally or if Beale Street Couldn’t Talk (1994).