Cartoonist Heather McAdams has been making films for over two decades, and this selection should appeal to anyone with a taste for the ridiculous. Jay Elvis, about an Elvis impersonator, recalls the long tradition of funky Chicago humor derived from bizarre subjects that’s found in the films of Tom Palazzolo; like many of her films, it also parodies human ambitions great and small. She often uses found instructional films, rendering portentous narrators’ voices even more absurd by joining them with mismatched images. In Mr. Glenn W. Turner a narrator hypes the former master of pyramid schemes; we hear “this too can be you” as we see bullfighters being gored. On the same program: The Scratch Man, Dear Amy, Space Cadets, Fetal Pig, and Joe Was Not So Happy.