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17th Ann Arbor Film Festival Program

Publisher
Ann Arbor Film Festival
Day
13
Month
March
Year
1979
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SEVENTEENTH ANN ARBOR FILM FESTIVAL MARCH 13 -l8; 1979
To encourage the work of the independent director: 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 SEVENTEENTH ANN ARBOR FILM ~ :•.1 FESTIVAL. ~.,'. ~:,~
THANK YOU
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-;;; THE SELECTION COMMITTEE ~&.u-~
" . ~ Each film submitted 10 Ihe Feslival was screened in ils ernirely ~
'\0 _ ~ by a Selection Committee composed offilm makers and persons . J' ..
XJ ~ knowledgeable in the independenJ. film. Their ftmction was to ,~
~ program as many films as possible into the time allotted.
~ '-""' Unfortunately, the number of entries exceeded the time available

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of the Selection Committee were:
Ruth Bradley: Bernie Coakley; Mary Cybulski: Gerry Fialka: Vicki Honeyman: John Nelson: Woody Sempliner: Kevin Smith; .r...hn Tintari; Susan Wayman: Rob Ziebell••
;~THE AWARDS JURY
~iThe functions are I) to see all the Festival films that have been
"' programmed for public screening, and others if they wish, and

J. 2) to distribute the awards money in Ann Arbor and 3) to make
~ up different programs of award-winning films and highlights that are shown on Sunday, and 4) to reduce the Festival in Ann Arbor to nine hours offilm that will tour other institutions.
The Awards Jury this year is:
HARVEY CHAO, WILLIAM FARLEY, MARTHA HASLANCER.
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~UESOAY 7:00 p,M.
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HUSH HOGGIES HUSH' TOME JOI-INSOO'S PRAYING PIGS
" TWINS Joan StrOlll!l!r 9
MAKE ME PSYCHIC Sally Crulkshank 8
RETURNS TO IoEXICO EeWard Jones 1R
~ ~ ARMAGEDDON CR{MD SCENE TAKE ONE Ernie Fosselius
& Andy Aaron 2.5.
_ ;:;: TEMPORARY ARRANGEKNTS Dirk Kortz 7.5
~l' ~ SOME ERTS Doug Wendt 10

4~:!r"'''' LABOR DAY -EAST CHICAGO Tom Palazzolo 30
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'-IMPASSE Caroline & Frank Mour1s 10 --r~6,o.-~..,...#fC ARROW CREEK Dana Plays 6 ).1 ' f',f
5. LANDSCAPE AHD ROOM Davi d Haxton 10 '\.., ..~ '1~_ n ~i~~ IY i OUTTAKES~PAVSAGE DE GUERRE Paul Brekke 26 ~~
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~ SATURDAY 9 01') P.t1. M~rl 'to~rJ. "",i

Richard Bllrtler 4 ~~~~~~ ---.--../-•
REFLECTO-VISION "'7~ ......"',,-, ___ ~~
BRAIN CA.'mY Stan Kozma 2.5 ylJI/l-1I'1I' AX' • ,

~~~i~HTs~~:T!m1 ~:r~s~~~:~~s / ~~: D. .-~\
~~~OO;.N~~~Z~!i~o(AF~~~~~~an~: work) Johtnna Householder Dance -=0:.-'\ \
Coft'4)any with Johanna Hcuseholder and Georqe 1lanuoelli ,~\ AU()ST CRYING George Manupe 11 1 60 COMPILATION FILH Selection COII1JIittee 5
SELECTIOHS FROM THE FOLLOWING LIST WILL BE SIIO',.m AS TIME PERJoIITS:
ARRIFLEX QUAD Cart Stebbins 3
AFTER THE TROJAN WAR H~ard Gindoff 29
THE AFTERMATH Daniel Sarokin 23
ALL THE IN BETWEENS David Cllenneyer 10
ALLITERATI~S Scott Brewer 18
ANGEl CITY Jon Jos t 75
THE ART OF GERALO GOOCH Seth Hi 11 16
ASSASSINS Char1e! ~ ~~~~6N ~~~sKH~WS CallEron Tfngley 18

~, ~g:B~~~INBi ~~i ~~hr:~!en6~ones
14
~ HOT LUNCHES Loring Doyle 6
~ ~~~~Slru~~r~~~~~\f~ten 10

oJ". I'M NOT FROM HERE Harvey Harks 45
• THE IJofiALANCE OF NATURE Cameron Tingley IN THE YARD George Semse 1 3 IN VIEW Tom Hartfn, Don Wiegmann 27 INITIATION Shi rley Clarke 28 INSIDE UP Ooug1as Puder 6 IT TAKES A WO~'S TOUCH Daniel L. Hess ITS GRITS R. Stanley Woodtriard 45 JOHN JACOB NILES Wf111am B. Richardson
32 JOURNEY t-lichael Kennedy 4.5 JUDI CAS ~ORTIS Vladimir Tukan 4.5 JUMP Walter S. Clayton III 17 JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL Steve Jacobson , Michael Nanki Spears,~
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David Wechter 39 D
THE KEY WEST PICTURE SHOW B. J . Partin/M. Henrikson/A. Benson 40
LAST CHANTS FOR A SLOW DN'iCE Jon Jost 90
THE LAST INDIANS OF INDIANFIELDS Mark Hunrnel 18
LAST RITES' Thorne/Macksoud 29
THE LATE GREAT AMERICAN PICNIC Dan Bailey 12.5 ~
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i LET US LOVE Jarres E. Parks 3:45 VQ,l R lIVE LOBSTER: PAINE LOBSTERMAN Peg Dice 24 '01 .' MAD DOG Jeff Gewert 6 ~AAN GETS HIGH John L. Tho~son 2:1" 11 A MAN IN THE BOX Robert Rayher 7 ; MAHA 3tewart Lippe 15
. ~MANY RIVERS TO C!IDSS Robert Millll'an 17.5 tl' MAPLE LEAF UNDERSTOry Anna Granau 9 ",ARQUETTE PARK II Torn Palazzolo & Mark Rance 35 HARK AND KATHY Douglas M!lrray 25.4 ,-.? J..

=~~A~~~~TT~JT~~~ch~rd~n Massingham 58 V;~JI.~0'
A MATTER OF OlOICE Peggi Chute 25 /~'=" 'erllEyer 3.5
ON THE PO"lD Philip Hoffman 10
ONCE UPON A TI1·l[ Kevin Dole & Marion Kral"'er 5.5

,-ONE ATIEMPT Steve Heldt 6 17
~ONE MORE REO NIGHrr-~ARE Scott Brewer 3

t:::J ~~S~~E~HEN:!;~I~~ap~:~y ~~rl1ngame 6
THE PAnl:NT Ann Ryan 14
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THE PAYflENT OF TERESA VIDELA Niccol0 Caldararo 11
PENOULUfl Peter Bundy & Jan Mlllsapps 2 . 5
PEOPLE HAVE THEIR STRIFE tlOW ANO THEN Michael Kennedv "1 :~\.I
PERFORf.IANCE Brent Wilccx 3 t...-.

")~~~~~~cF~~~~~VI~~~~~adg~~~t ;!ero 30 ~ ,
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PHRASES Richard K. Bloes 10 . ' I PHYSICS flU' (PARTS 1,2,3) Bren'" Wllcox 6 ~ • .' A PLACE TO LIVE Fred Jarres 24 '
~ POOL Pola Rapaport 201.5 PORTRAITS OF US Jonathan Genkin 7 PRE?ARING TO SIr~G Seth Greene 4 ;I ... PRESIDEIlTIAL POORESS John R. Coster 24 ~ ,. PRESSURE GRADIENT PROPHYLAXIS OF THPQrlBOSIS Henry Ford Hospital
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PP~TENSE Steven Bernstein 18 .,... REFLECTION John Prusak 12 " ~~~~Â¥~;IM R~O~~!n~~l~ra~chin 11
.. '""" RITE OF PASSAGE Gary A. Wa1kow 7 ~~~~r~BLiraM~~~:~~~~ ~OJon Winet

S.A.G. ON STRIKE Scott Brewer 8
SCENES David Williams 55
SELF-SERVICE Benjamin Hayecm 17
THE SERIAL OF PAWN Lee Holt 35
SHME John Ahearn 16.5
SIKILATIOHS OF GOO Antoinette L. li 11y }"J
SIT -UPS Jane 01 ckson 3
THE SIXTH WEEK John Sirreon Block 23

~~;O;~EC~i1~l~~;o~uz~~tt; & Ivan Tcherepnin 10 f"(jN ;n1J~O t--THE SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION 24 'O~f1"'I ,Jo ;3') 34U l-I.o?~.l So;>
~ ~~~~~~RER~~\~6a~~",\aVfne 5 .r .;-?'J5" SOHG OF THE CANARAY, INDUSTRIAL ILLNESS David Davis, Josh Hanig 58 VJ.. -t. 0 ~ "PACE r.OAST Michel Negropnnte " Poss "'tElwee ')0 b--~ .1\ IS
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-~i:~~I~~~CO~{nB~!~tt~ 1 . -.f I'. . ~,~sq..i STORM OF FIRE: WORLO WAR II Cadre Films 23 ?..... ·U..l ~
~ ~ 5 ~~:~l~~~~~~~IO::fc~~~a~~C;~~~ef~er 8 ·':;t!~~ ~ ~",-~,
~~ ~~~E~E 1~~~~YL~~~~ l~:~ I'~e'.d.. ~~
l i~~E~~~O:~~ELI~~~~~SCO~~~~de~ '~ohnson R .. 'Y
::1 TIJo£ PASSES Philip Perkins 10
~ TRIP David "'cCullou~ 5 .......
.1i ~ i:G:I~~~br E~f~ =~~~!:~n 6 7 ~.

~ ;r 2000 YEARS TODAY -A PARABLE Mlc~ael Kennedy 2A.5
~ UNOERBRIOGE Peter Bundy & STan Woo~arG 7
;r JNTITLED Anthony L. Catenacci 1.5

UNTITLED Brent Wilcox 3
URASHIMA TARO Peggy O\ceya 12

~~:ntANM~~~~l ~n~~d~or~~/John Fernie 12
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VERTICAL HORIZONS Igor Tertyszny.1 10.5 .., ~
VICTORIO Bruce Baker 28.5 • . ,~~ ( ):
VISIONS OF TIME Di rk Wales 3 '.: '5-•
~ VOC. REHAB. Richard R. Dudley 5:20 '~'
'~qJ ME" ON WATCH IT, THINK IT Mftchell Syrop 2.5 • • • •rAsn~S + WATERGROUND Frances Morton 16 ~

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€fi!. WAVELINES Reynold Wefdenaar 11 .aI .!! ~I ~~~I~PI~iiLYca~~nB~~Vr~es 24 ,.r:~ -It>
House Man4ge" Vicki Honeyman ..... .:..... w...+.."
SPECIAL FESTIVAL THANKS TO: AlfN ARBOR POST OFFICE ,
LIBERTY STREET STATION, JOE TOpSSAINT.
DAN GUNNING, and MARTHA BERRY., S'J:RIOUS BUSINESS

OUR SPECIAL THANKS TO HUBEf~T COHEN. L ,
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Pat Oleszko regrets she's wurble to lU7lCh today. • • • '.,.. .-., .. We will miss her very much this year and look forward '.~~ to her epic new cabaret work next. :;,;..,,(_~ ~ . . 'S .. .,~' '''
Mike Getz. an old friend of the festIval wi/I also be absent. ~~~~~,. ~..!!l..tlt. We will miss him, and Karen Cooper too ---~o(.,
AT THE BOOTH
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Please help the Ann Arbor Film Festival effort by acquiring the ~ follOWing artistic and literary treasures: ~..."
Sevenleenlh Ann Arbor Film Feslival Limiled Edilwn 0 ':' Collectors Item T-Shirt,.. DeSIgned by Martha Berry $5.00 ,::
SevenJeenJh Ann Arbar Film Festival Collectors Item C()mmemorative Broach: $l.oo
IMPULSE MAGAZINE A Canadian magazine of the arts and afri
offilm: $2.00. Subscription $LO.OO the year.

/;:. The Ann Arbor Film Festival has as its community junction th
:!!! servicing of a collaboration between film makers and audiences. Many individuals have expressed interest in helping the Festival. Our greatest need is in raising award monies for film makers for the amazing show that they put on each year. This year we will AA. r be circulating an invitation to contribute awards to the Festival XVII
l for next year. The form is only an expression of interest on your J
part and places you under no obligation. You will be contacted by
mail only early next year and hopefully the state of the economy

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The Ann Arbor Film Festival
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P. O. Box 7283
Ann Arbor. Michigan 48107

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Village Corner 25
John Leidy Shop 25

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Ayla Inc. 25
David's Books 25
Ce'Jtral Cafe 25
West Side Books 25
Ecilpsc Jazz c.: ore~on
Sunstructures z5
Applerose 25
Border's Books 25
Abracadabra 25
Renaissance 25
Barberman 25
Ragtop 25
Alice Simsar Gallery
Loose Tubes Video 25 AAFi•
~ ~The New Old Bnck 25 liS>: Isabella Art Foundation Award 25""-. ~b Keith We Loved You -Keith W. Clark 25
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V Sport Fernando Day Care Center 11 ;0.98
Aune & Ingrid Manupelli 1200 Feet Eastman Color Negative Film
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published in the Festival

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