Fall 1963

New York Film Festival, Locarno Film Festival, Flaherty Seminar, Midwest Film Festival, exploitation films, the law and the use of music in films, towards a new narrative form in motion pictures, film and theater

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FILM FESTIVALS

New York
By Gordon Hitchens

Locarno
By Clara Hoover

Flaherty Seminar
By Auston F. Lamont

Mannheim
By Gordon Hitchens

Bergamo
By Clara Hoover

San Francisco
By John Fell and Joan Reynertson

Pula
By Fitzroy Davis

Midwest
By William Routt and Sidney Huttner

Edinburgh
By Clara Hoover and Edith Laurie

EXPLOITATION FILMS
By Frank Ferrer

THREE ITALIAN FILMS
By Robert Connelly

THE LAW AND THE USE OF MUSIC IN FILM
By George Schiffer

MICHAEL CACOYANNIS
By Athena Dallas

TOWARD A NEW NARRATIVE FORM IN MOTION PICTURES
By Gregory Markopoulos

REFLECTIONS ON MAKING SCULPTOR
By Alvin Fiering

FILM, THE RIVAL OF THEATRE
By Edith Laurie

BOOK REVIEWS
Centrofilm and Film Selezione reviewed by Robert Connelly; Classics of The Foreign Film: A Pictorial Treasury by Parker Tyler, reviewed by Gordon Hitchens; The Story of The Misfits by James Goode, reviewed by Gordon Hitchens; The Technique of the Sound Studio by Alec Nesbitt, reviewed by Mark Dichter; For Immediate Release by Hollis Alpert, reviewed by Ellen Bernstein; The Dreams and the Dreamers: Adventures of a Professional Movie Goer by Hollis Alpert, reviewed by Gordon Hitchens; Antonioni by Philip Strick, reviewed by Harry Feldman

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

ISSUES OVERLOOKED
By Guest Contributor, Morris Ernst

IN MEMORIAM: JOHN F. KENNEDY
Excerpted from a speech by George Stevens, Jr.