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ance Film Event
Set For Weekend

will provide an " extraordinary JLimon ("The Moor's Pavane").
opportunity" to see a co^BllftnJ * P^y^i^V^WSysiT^ will be
of films never before showrnn tnt°T4ie»r<5qpjE t i e n ne de;

The first Dance Film Festi-
val, planned to be an annual

event, will be held Saturday and
Sunday in the University's Archi-
U'if's re Auditorium.

this area. Croix," which presents foiiR

"The varied program is de- mime plays involving Marcel
signed to appeal to those in- Marceau, Alvin Epstein and-
terested in the arts and social Jean Louis Barrault.
sciences generally, as well as to Tickets for the programs may
those with specific affinity for be obtained at the door.
dance and theatre." ^t year's festival is being
kShowmgs for the Saturday pro- ^ed to involve a series of
^ram which wil feature expert ethnic and anthropological
mental dance films, will be at ^i.--, .^R

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7, 9 and 11 p.m. - -_ - .---II

"The sponsors say that many
classics are to be shown, in-j
'; "ng two early and still con-

rsial films by May a Deren
wmch illustrate the ^ " ^reu-'
dian symbolism in d;

Another Deren film un the,

:im, "Meditation of Vio-
leni-c," incorporates movements^
derived from Chinese boxing.

Also on the program are
"Horror Dream," "Young Girl
in a Garden," "The Barrier,"
"Dance in the Sun" and "The

The first Sunday program, to
be shown at 2:30 p.m., will con-
sist of four films from the se-
ries, "A Time to Dance," fea-
turing Ximenz-Vargas, the Cas-
tles, Pavlova, Danilova, Jose
Limon and the New York City
Ballet. The program is designed
to be of sepcial interest to dance
students and dance enthusiasts.

The final program of the fes-
tival will be given at 7 and 9',
p.m. Sunday and will consist of
films of dance performances
representing the work of such
I choreographers at Martha Gra-
|ham ("Night Journey") and