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unday, March 27, 1955 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Thirteen

Film Festivals' Glamor
i Continued from Page I)
fm a ) the new French filmization of Compared to all
nerally agreed, however, that Stendhal's "Rouge et Noir" wood's annual one-n
e decision of the audiences here Here and there, film festivals Award ceremony se
often shrewder than that made have also been incorporated into pathetic little splurg
ntore impressive juries who are metropolitan centenary celebra- a Festival in Pasade
ways rumored to be making ne- tions. Gottingen in Germany re-
rious trades and cowardly po- cently held one on its 1,000th the Rose Bowl gam
ical decisions in selecting the birthday and Sao Paolo in Brazil could probably conve
ize winners. Last June, Berlin produced a real spectacular on its floats and maybe yc
w 74 films from 28 nations, 400th get Marlon Brando
any of them "second string"
oductions. The price went to
ia' 'Bos's . Choice,'
st documentary award was given
Walt Disney's "The Living Des-
rt." Gina Lollobrigida's "Bread,
ve and Dreams" won only sec-
d place in spite of a popular F r t a
ersonaleappearance by the ct-For that
ss: She was reported to be very
leased.
Some of the more sturdy festi-
als elsewhere in the world include
traditional September gather-
1g in Edinburgh. Originally this
>nclave was dedicated to docu-
lentary films exclusively, until
se hocal Chambers of Commerce
ecided to include regular features
boost business.
HE most unlikely Festival is
that held in Punta del Esta,
rui uay in January. A hotelman,
auricio Litman began this one in
151 and has since persuaded the
ruguayan government to sink
100,000 into the effort every dear.
his January, the Festival award-
0 no grand prize, feeling no film
as worthy of the honor." Sec-
od -y mention, however, was
*arded to Disney's "Living Des-
't," a perennial contender, and

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\nnual Music
:vents Still
3ig Attraction
(Continued from Page 1)
oscure DoktoP Faustus, and
untess performances of the
te, less well known,sand deca-
ent' outpouring of Richard
trauss' gemuthlichkeits
EASON'S will begin early i
May at Wiesbaden and Flor-
ice (whos Maggio Musicale-.
tay Festival-actually extends
ito 'July). Closing the season in
ctober will be the Berlin Fes-
val, the Perugia Festival of Sac-
d Music, and the International
estival of Contemporary Music in
enie, which is ' premiering,
:nong other works, Stravinsky's
assion According to St. Mark. For
dose not back in this country by
nuary, 1956, the 200th birthday
Mozart will be celebrated with
spcial festival at his birthplace,
alzburg. This is in addition to the
ogar season these next summer,
atiring not only a tradition of
ine music, but also the breath-
ski g scenery 'of the foothalls of
ie Austrian Alps, all of which is
ortunately compensated for by
tlr exorbitant prices.
n the Sibelius. Festival in
Id, to the most captivating
interesting programs in Gra-f
a in Spain, to Dubrovnik, Yu-
via, to a ballet festival in
nhagen, the festival extends.
n this boundary is overstepped
feature, in addition to Ameri-
, such groups as the Japanese
11 t Gojo (Zurich and Vienna),
the Soviet violinist, David
trakh (Bergen, Norway). The
Ilnd Festival, taking place all
r that small country. is espec-
ly indifferent to its own travel
penses; besides several Ameri-
n, this publicly-minded organi-
tion will present the Israel Phil-
rmonic, Milan's La Scala Opera
mpany, and the English Shakes-
are players from Stratford.
y this time most of us will
d, instead of more informa-
a word of consolation. And
r all, at. Tanglewood, Inter-
en, or Central City and Aspen
lorado, we have scenery more
sufficient to distract us from
music. But if we must listen to
music, we can do that in
t Park, Lewisohn Stadium,
Opera, or even the Detroit
Grounds.

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