THE MICHIGAN DAILY
FRIDAY, JANUARY 6, 1967
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THURSDAY and FRIDAY
... SATURDAY and SUNDAY
... At 7 and 9:05 P.M. (except where noted)
JAN. 5, 6
GOIN" TO TOWN
(dir. Alexander Hall, 1935)
Mae West, Paul Cavanaugh. Unrequited passion-and Mae
in hot pursuit. Adventure in Buenos Aires high society.
-SHORTS: "IN THE GREASE," "FAST AND FURIOUS."
JAN. 7, 8
THE GOLD RUSH
(dir. Charlie Chaplin, 1925)
American, silent. Charlie Chaplin, Mack Swain.
America's finest comedian in his most celebrated role.
FESTIVAL WEEK OF
JAN. 10, 11
UNE FEMME EST UNE FEMME
(A WOMAN IS AWOMAN) 1961
French, subtitles. Godard's film tribute to his wife, Anna Karina.
JAN. 12, 13
1964. Science fiction with French ganster star, Eddie Constantine.
JAN. 14, 15
BANDE A PART
(BAND OF OUTSIDERS) 1963
A comedy in the American tradition of the grade-B thriller.
Wednesday Night Experimental.
Series Program No. I
Jack Smith's "FLAMING CREATURES"
Mike Kuchor's "SINS OF THE FLESHAPOIDS"
JAN. 19, 20
THE BLUE ANGEL
(dir. Joseph Von Sternberg, 1930)
German, subtitles. Marlene Dietrich, Emil Jannings.
The peak of Von Sternberg-the discovery of Dietrich.
JAN. 21, 22
(dir. Charlie Chaplin, 1947)
Charlie Chaplin, Martha Raye. "The most fascinating picture
Chaplin ever made"-James Agee. Film to be followed by
a panel discussion with writer-in-residence, Leslie Fiedler.
Wednesday Night Experimental
Series Program No. 2
"SCORPIO RISING" and "FIREWORKS" by Kenneth Anger
"HALLUCINATION," "STUDIO OF DR. FAUST" and
"RELIEF" by Peter Weiss (author of MARAT/SADE)
JAN. 26, 27
(dir. Robert Flaherty, 1948)
American. Score by Virgil Thomson. A classic
documentary of a Cajun family.
SHORT: "IN A DARK TIME," Theodore Roethke reading his pietry.
JAN. 28, 29
(ZERO FOR CONDUCT) dir. Jean Vigo, 1933.
French, subtitles. Rebellion in a boys' boarding school:
an incredible black farce.
SHORTS: "WHAT'S HERE?" (Keaton), "ANOTHER FINE MESS"
(Laurel and Hardy).
FEB. 2, 3
LA TETE CONTRE LES MURS
(HEAD AGAINST THE WALLS) dir. Georges Franju, 1958..
French, subtitles. One of the greatest achievements
of anarchist cinema.
SHORT: Moiseyev Dancers in "THE STROLLERS"
FEB. 4, 5
THE LOWER DEPTHS
(dir. Akira Kurasawa, 1957)
Japanese, subtitles. Gorky's classic transposed to an
Edo tenement by Japan's leading director.
Wednesday Night Experimental
Series Program No. 3
Stan Brakhage's 'DOG STAR MAN: PRELUDE"
Stan Vanderbeek's "BREATHDEATH"
Jonas Mekas'"THE BRIG"
FEB. 9, 10
(dir. Orson Welles, 1963)
Anthony Perkins, Orson Welles. From Kafka's surrealistic
story of human isolation.
FEB. 11, 12
SMILES OF A SUMMER NIGHT.
(dir. Ingmar Bergman, 1955)
Swedish, subtitles. "An exquisite carnal comedy"-Pauline Kael,
Wednesday Night Experimental
Series. No. 4
A night of Andy Warhol, "HARLOT," "BLOW JOB."
FEB. 16, 17
ASHES AND DIAMONDS
(dir. Andrzej Wajda, 1958)
Polish, subtitles. Dilemmas of a resistance fighter after the
war. "One of the most impressive anti-political films ever made."
FEB. 18, 19
(dir. Charlie Chaplin, 1936)
Charlie Chaplin, Paulette Goddard. Chaplin's comic view of
American industrialist society in the 30's.
FEB. 23, 24
ORDET (The Word)
(dir. Carl Dreyer, 1955)
Danish, subtitles. Young farmer obsessed by the idea that
he is Christ.
FEB. 25, 26
DANCE FILM FESTIVAL
In cooperation with the Ann Arbor Dance Theatre
Feb. 25-EXPERIMENTAL DANCE FILMS
Feb. 26-2:30 Matinee: EDUCATIONAL DANCE FILMS
Feb. 26-7:00 & 9:05: DANCE FILM PERFORMANCES
MARCH 18, 19
TIREZ SUR LE PIANISTE
(SHOOT THE PIANO PLAYER) 1960
Charles Aznavour. A masterpiece done in the manner of
B-ganster movies. "A stunning exposition of existential man."
SHORT:- "THE WAR FOR MEN'S MINDS"
MARCH 23, 24
NUIT ET BROUILLARD
(NIGHT AND FOG) dir. Alain Resnais, 1955
French, subtitles. The controversial documentary on
German concentration camps.
LET THERE BE LIGHT
(dir. John Huston, 1946)
Huston's suppressed war film released for the first time.
LES PARENTS TERRIBLES
(THE STORM WITHIN) dir. Jean Cocteau, 1948
French, subtitles. A brilliant study of neurosis and
family life by the grand master of French film.
SHORT: Harry Watt's "NIGHT MAIL." Poetry by
W. H. Auden, music by Britten.
MARCH 30, 31
EL (This Strange Passion)
(dir. Luis Bunnel, 1953)
Spanish, subtitles. An indictment of bourgeois repression
and orthodox Christianity.
SHORT: "LONELY BOY," National Film Board of Canada's
famous study of Paul Anka.
APRIL 1, 2
SHADOW OF A DOUBT
(dir. Alfred Hitchcock, 1943)
Joseph Cotton, Teresa Wright, MacDonald Carey; script by
Thornton Wilder. Murder and suspense in a small American town.
APRIL 6, 7
(dir. Vsevolod Pudovkin, 1926)
Russian, silent. Brilliantly humanistic story of the 1905
Revolution based on Gorky's novel.
SHORT: "SUGAR DADDIES," Laurel and Hardy.
APRIL 8, 9
(dir. Clarence Brown, 1949)
NTRUDER IN THE DU!
A powerful translation into film of Faulkner's novel.
Bigotry and mob violence in the deep South,
shot in Oxford, Mississippi.
FIFTH ANN ARBOR
APRIL 13, 14
SALT OF THE EARTH
(dir. Herbert Biberman, 1953)
American. First time in Ann5Arbor, this revolutionary
worker's film for which the writer, producer and director
SHORT: "PAKHITA BALLET" (Bolshoi Troupe)
APRIL 15, 16
THE WILD ONE
(dir. Laslo Benedek, 1954)
Marlon Brando, Lee Marvin. The celebrated motorcycle
SHORTS: Three Magoo Cartoons.
APRIL 17, 18, 19
Exam Program of Comedies
APRIL 20, 21
(dir. Ernst Lubitsch, 1939)
American. Greta Garbo, Melvyn Douglas. Garbo as a top Red
agent in Paris trying to peddle the crown jewels.
One of the handful of great American 'sound' comedies,
APRIL 22, 23
(dir. Leo McCarey, 1933)
The Marx Brothers, Margaret Dumont. Wildest of them'all.
International intrigue with Groucho as the President of
Fredonia and Harpo and Chico as subversives.
MARCH 16, 17
LES QUATRE CENTS COUPS
(THE 400 BLOWS) 1959
French, subtitles. Jean-Pierre Leaud. Memoris of his
SHORT: "AN OSCAR FOR MR. ROSSI."
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