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SUNDAY, MARCH 22, 1967

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY. MARCH 12. 1967 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WARIHOL PROTEGE:
Local Film Festival Features
Noted Critic as Special Juror

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By MARY BARKEYE
One of the features of the Ann
Arbor Film Festival has been its
ability to attract film makers and
cineastes from all parts of the
country to an otherwise rather dull
Midwestern town. In the past such
celebrities as Pauline Kael and
Gregory Markopoulous have taken
part in the Festival. This year the
Festival has invited Gerard Ma-
langa as Special Juror.
Mr. Malanga came to Ann Arbor
last year as part of a performance
given on the Saturday night of
the Festival by Andy Warhol and
the Velvet Underground and Nico.
He is probably best known for his
work with Warhol: he has starred
in over 20 underground films, in-
cluding "Harlot," "Chelsea Girls,"
and "Vinyl"-as well as a film
that won first prize in last year's
Film Festival, Andrew Meyer's
"Match Girl." But beyond this,
Mr. Malanga is both a film maker
in his own right (he has completed
three films and a fourth is in pro-
gress) and one of the most widely,
published young poets in the
United States today.

During this time he has written
for Partisan Review, Poetry, Kul-
chor, The New Yorker, Status and
Diplomat and many other period-
icals. He has also published one
book of poetry-3 Poems for Bene-
detta Barzini - and two more
which will be coming out within
two months. Benedetta Barzini
will be the subject of the poetry
reading that Mr. Malanga will give
today at 4 p.m. in the Multipur-
pose Room of the Undergraduate
Library.
Mr. Malanga writes "poetry
dealing with real life situations
both psychologically, chemically,
emotionally, and physically." In-
deed, the "situation" of the poem
is what is most important to him.
It is the content which determines
both the structure and the value
of the poem: "Any poet could write
a landscape poem, but the differ-
ence between a good and a bad
landscape poem is the poet's fa-
miliarity with the content and how
he expresses it."
Mr. Malanga writes in "filmic
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imagery": each line of a poem
conveys a definite scene "shot" in
his mind and assembled like the
cuts of a movie. It is all instan-
taneous; he avoids simile because
it is "an artifically created phe-
nomena to evoke imagery, like the
fade-outs and fade-ins of a
movie."
Mr. Malanga cautions young
poets against the "bad influence"
of poets like Dylan Thomas, Wal-
lace Stevens, Emily Dickenson, and
Walt Whitman, for these are "the
easiest to imitate without improv-
ing on the style of the original."
Instead he recommends ancient
Chinese and ancient and contem-
porary Italian poetry for linguistic
style, Ezra Pound and Charles
Olson for theory and technique,
and John Ashberry for freedom of
thought.

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Lutheran Student Chapel, Service of
Sacred music-cartatas by Rohlig and
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[utheran Student Chapel, Hill St. at
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Mon., March 13, 3-5 p.m., 3050 Frieze
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3050 Frieze.
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for reservations.
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tural and Historical Development of
Vietnam," given by Vu trong Khoi,
president of the Viet Nam Club, Thurs.,
March 16, 8 p.m., International Center
(next to Union in front of South Quad).
Guild House, Monday noon luncheon,
Prof. Richard L. Park, Soc. Sci.: "The
Indian Elections," March 13, 12-1 p.m.,
Guild House, 802 Monroe.

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