THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Friday, January 14, 1977
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A screen writer and assistant director, Alan
Rudolph makes his debut as a film director
with this preview. The film will open in New
York sometime in March. Rudolph has been
assistant director on "The Long Goodbye,"
"California Split" and "Nashville." He co-
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3-3 Andrew Sarris
Sarris, the dean of American film critics, is presently a professor of cinema at Colum.
bia University. He is a member of the Program Committee of the New York Film
Festival, the National 'Society of Film Critics, the New York Film Critics Circle and
the Society of Cinema Studies. His books include many of the basic texts of film
study: THE AMERICAN 'CINEMA, INTERVIEWS WITH FILM DIRECTORS and
CONFESSIONS OF A FILM CULTIST. He writes regularly for THE VILLAGE VOICE
and THE NEW YORK TIMES. Andrew Sarris will discuss Robert Altman's films at
7:30 p.m. in Rackham Auditorium. Admission $1.25.
3-29 Molly Haskell
A feminist as well as a film critic, Molly Haskell reviews regularly for THE VILLAGE
VOICE. She is a member of the National Society of Film Critics and her articles
have appeared in VOGUE, MS, FILM COMMENT and THE SATURDAY REVIEW. In
her critically acclaimed book, FROM REVERENCE TO RAPE, Haskell looks at the
distorted lens through which Hollywood has seen and filmed women.
Molly Haskell will discuss women's roles in cinema and Altman's films at 7:30 p.m.
in Rac)hom Auditorium. Admission $1.25.
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Ms. Bradish is in charge of Altman's office. She is
a consultant in every aspect of his work, from
creativity to business. She has worked with Altman
on every phase of 'production from the conception
of Lion's Gate Films. (Altman's company)
Elaine Biadish will discuss film careers and the
business end of show business.
Production Manager for "The Long Goodbye,"
"Thieves Like Us," "California Split" and "Buf-
falo Bill and the Indians." He also produced
"Images" and was the assistant director for
"McCabe and Mrs. Miller." He recently served as
executive producer for Alan Rudolph's new film.
Tommy Thompson will discuss his role as producer.
The lecture with both speakers will begin
at 7:30 p.m. in Rockham Auditorium.
Joan Tewkesbury has worked as an actress, dancer
and theater director. She is the author of the screen-
plays for "Thieves Like Us" and "Nashville" She is
currently writing a biography on Anna Freud.
Joan Tewkesbury will discuss Altman's films at 7:30
p.m. in Rackham Auditorium. Admission $1.25
P AUL N -41 EM IAN ,.k
Starred in three Robert Altman films
"M*A*S*H, "The Long Goodbye" and
"California Split") plus a cameo role in
"Nashville." His other films include "Get-
ting Straight," "Little Murders," "The
Touch" and "Harry and Walter Go to New
Elliott Gould will discuss cinema and the
role of the actor at 7:30 p.m. in Rackham
$3.50, $2.50, $1.50
Tickets to the Robert Altman lecture and ,season passes to all the films
and lectures go or sale Friday, January 14, at UAC Ticket Central in the
lobby of the Michigan Union.
Lecture passes: Andrew Sarris, Elliott Gould, Molly Haskell, Joan Tew-
kesbury, Elaine Bradish, Tommy Thompson and Robert Altman, $3.50
reserved seat. Season Pass: $10.00.
Film passes: That Cold Day in the Park, M*A*S*H, Brewster McCloud,
McCabe and- Mrs. Miller, Images, The Long Goodbe, Thieves Like Us,
California Split and Nashville in stereo sound, Buffalo Bill & the Indians,,
plus Alan Rudolph and a major sneak preview. Season Pass: $12.00
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