Two noteworthy Chicago film seires

From: Fred Camper (email suppressed)
Date: Sun Apr 02 2006 - 16:00:05 PDT

The always interesting calendar of Doc Films at the University of
Chicago this quarter includes a series of "Essay Films," many of them of
the avant-garde variety:

At the other end of town, so to speak, Block Cinema at Northwestern
University in Evqanston has a series called "Cinema of Physics and
Perception" that is just about all avant-garde:

The selections should be of interested even to those who can't attend if
you're interested in the topics.

Full disclosure, I am speaking briefly at one of the programs, the one
called "Space Flattened." You are welcome to attend that one with
tomatores, eggs, cabbages etc., as long as you don't muss up the screen.
And no spitballs or stink bombs please!

Both series were programmed by students, which speaks well of the depth
of the interests of the individual students who programmed them.

Fred Camper

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