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13th Ann Arbor Film Festival Program

Publisher
Ann Arbor Film Festival
Day
11
Month
March
Year
1975
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THIRTEENTH ANN ARBOR FILM FESTIVAL MARCH I I -16, 1975
WHEN IN ANN ARBOR, VISIT ANN ARBOR -HOME OF THE DRAMATIC ARTS
CENTER, CINEMA GUILD, ONCE FESTIVAL OF CONTEMPORARY MUSIC, SPACE
THEATRE, ONCE GROUP, ANN ARBOR FILM FESTIVAL, STUDENTS FOR A
DEMOCRATIC SOCIETY, THE RAINBOW PEOPLE'S PARTY, OZONE HOMECOMING
PARADES, THE WEATHERMEN, ANTI-VIETNAM WAR TEACH-INS.

To encourage the work of the independent dlre~tor, and to promote
the concept of the film as art, CINEMA GUILD of the University of
Michigan, and the DRAMATIC ARTS CENTER of Ann Arbor are pleased to
announce the THIRTEENTH ANN ARBOR FILM FESTIVAL.

THANK YOU.
THE SELECTION COMMITTEE
Each film submitted to the Festival was screened in its entirety by a Selection Committee composed of fi 1m makers and persons knowledgable In the independent fi 1m. Their function was to program as many films as possible Into the time al lotted. Unfortunately, the number of entries exceeded the time available and preferences had to be made. The Awards Jury, however, may consider any film submitted to the Festival for an award. Members of the Selection
Committee were:
MARTHA LOUISE BARRY, JOHN CALDWELL, JAY L. CASSIDY, LAURIE ELL lAS
STUART KLEIN, NANCY OCHSENSCHLAGER, CLAYWOOD SEMPLINER and ALICE
STEINICKE.

THE AWARDS JURY
The functions are I) to see al I the Festival fi Ims that may have
been programmed for public screening, and others if they wish,
and, 2) to distribute the awards monev In Ann Arbor and 3) to
make up three different programs of award winning fi Ims and

highlights that are shown on Sunday, and 4) to reduce the Festival In Ann Arbor to nine hours of fi 1m that will tour other institutions.
The Awards Jury this year is:
BRUCE CARPENTER, SUSAN PITT KRANING, WENDY KNOX-LEET, LOUIS
WOJNAROWSKI.

SPECIAL EVENTS
PAT OLESZKO In
AND PATADDED A
tuesday: SACRED
COWS AS SCARECROWS
wednesday: THE OLESZKO COTE OF ALMS
thursday: MASCULINE/FEMININE CHARACTER-IT-STICKS
friday: "A MISS CAKE" ARRIVING WITH CHARLES PATLESS
saturday: FAT TUESDAY ABROAD and EXPLORATIONS WITH DESCARTES
sunday: AND SHE PERFORMED WITH GREAT SPIRIT

CALLING ALL PORTRAITS. by EI len Frank
In the Lobby showcases.

ALFIE, VROOM and ALFIE'S MOTHER GO TO THE MOVIES. The Friends ('\,.
Road Show performing Friday at 3:00 PM.
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PERO THE CLOWN GETS TO THE MOVIES. Michael Lynch performing .~
Saturday at 12:30 PM. I•
EAT YOUR TOTEMS by Mary Ashley. A three hour video work to be ~
performed In the Old Architecture and Design Building Thursday
and Friday at 7:00 PM and Saturday at I :00 PM.

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FESTIVAL OFFICERS:
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George Manupel II, Festival Director .~1J
Jay Cassidy, Festival Manager ~
Ellen Frank, Associate Director '\
Peter Wilde, Technical Director ~~
Pat Murphy, Associate Director ~'!i('
Janet MacAlnsh, Festival Secretary
Bi I I Thompson, Festival Comptroller
Projectionists: Jon Luoma, Nora Goddeyne, Robert Honeyman

THE TOM BERMAN AWARD: $750.00
To the Most Promising Film Maker in the Festival •
Tom Berman was one of the closest friends of the Ann Arbor Film
Festival. His brilliant early fi Ims won awards and he was much
loved here. His tragic early death is commemorated by this prize.

OTHER AWARDS
$25.00
$25.00
$25.00
$25.00

David's Books $25.00
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Megaframes $50.00 I
Bivouac One back pack
Elizabeth Stevens and Wal lace Immen $50.00
Aune Manupelll $25.00
Ingrid Manupel II $25.00
Fi 1m Projection Services $40.00
Mr. Earl Speedoo $25.00
WABX Radio $100.00
Clnema I I $500.00
Ann Arbor Fi 1m Cooperative $200.00
Cinema Guild $525.00
Domlnlck's/Prlx de Varti $100.00

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THE PROGRAM
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TUESDAY 7 :00 PM
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-STORES Franklin Miller 10
STINKY BUTT Curt McDowel I & Mark EI linger 4
GRASS AND SLIP KNOT Stephen E. Pevnick 3

_ ZOOM Dan Perz 5 ,t"'·"
-'. CYCLES Jordan Belson & Stephen Baer I I CENTERS OF INFLUENCE Ralph Arlyck 29 I UNTITLED Susan Rubin 2.5
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..-TESTAMENT J ames Broughton 20
TUESDAY 9:00 PM
AQ Drake Si II iman 12
TRAIN LANDSCAPE Jules Engel 4.5
LINDA'S FILM ON MENSTRUATION Li nda Feferman
37-73 . Richard Myers 60

TUESDAY II :00 PM
THE TROUBLE WITH BUBBLES Wi II iam Butler 4
HUMUS AI len D. Moore 17
TAPED SPACE Susan Zeig 5

.... GLASS James Herbert 21 ARMCHAIR INVENTIONS Gary Moore 4 LATEX SKY Bruce Wood 8 WHITE LILACS AND PINK CHAMPAGNE Josef Bogdanovich ,5
WEDNESDAY 7:00 PM
DEPOT Susan Brockman II
THE BIG NICKLE Ron Weiss 13
UNDERGROUND Susan Zeig 8
....... SYNTAX Martha Haslanger 14 ~1-94 James Benning and Bette Gordon 3

MY WAY Henri Ehrl ich 3.5
.... FIRST FIG Larry Cuba and Gary Imhoff
, GIRLS AT 12 Joyce Chopra

SliSAN THROUGH THE CORN Kathleen Laughlin 1:40
WEDNESDAY 9:00 PM
FLAMINGO BOOGY Richard M. Protovin 7:40
-INTEGRATION Michel Ie Citron 8
8 -1/2 x I I James Benning 33
DRUMS MARK THE END Bradley Lane
3
SUSAN: APRIL TO JUNE Linda Jassim
WHY Fred Szymanski II
BOOBS A LOT Leonard EI lis 3

WEDNESDAY II : 00 PM
MIRROR PEOPLE Kathy Rose 4
--ROSEBLOOD Sharon Couzin 7.5
~ WINDOW WIND CHIMES Vincent Grenier 27 ~~I'~
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