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Film Festival
To Open Here
On Thursday

The second Ann Arbor Film
F es t i v a I will be presented
Thursday through next Sunday
at the Architecture and Design
Auditorium at the University.

Under joint sponsorship of the
Ann Arbor Dramatic Arts Cen-
ter and The University of Mich-
gan Cinema Guild, the four-
day program is designed to
present selected films'' by in-
dependent producers. Awards
of $1,200 will be given for the
best films as a way of encour-
aging the work of independent
film-makers and of promoting
the concept of film as art.

The awards jury and selection
committee will be headed by
film crictic Pauline Kael. Miss
Kael will also ,---•'--•'JII&IL m-
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the current renaissance of vae
independently produced experi-
inental film at 7 p.m.. Thurs-

'1'he l'ir>.[ prt.iy.raii'i of inde-
pendently produced films will
Follow Miss Kael's talk at 9
p.m. in the Architecture and
Design Auditorium. The remain-
iiig six programs of the festi-
-al will be shown screened at

and 9 p.m. during the three
lollowing days.

The representation of the films
io be shown is international,
viith several films to be in-
cluded which have won awards
at the Brussels Experimental
Film Festival and other world

Miss Kael's program will be
open to the p ub 1 i c without^
charge. Series tickets for the
.even film programs are $2.50.
Single admissions are 50 cents.
Igeries tickets are available at
Bob Marshall's Bookshop and
at the Cinema Guild.