Chicago Tribune from Chicago, Illinois on March 14, 1963 · 18
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b - Section 2B N CHICAGO 'lAiiui, THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 1963 i ; i i II RPS offers two Income Opportunities for 19 63 f INVESTMENT SAVINGS ACCOUNT M U. of C. Will Offer Film Prizes SEMIANNUAL INVESTMENT SAYINGS ACCOUNT Thrift Savings Accounts con tinue to earn a current 4 per annum rate. Call R0 1-7300 for details about RPS Bonus Investment Savings Accounts. PARK SAVINGS 7001 N. CLARK CHICAGO 26 ' J. N. UNGWORTHY President EXCELLENT FACILITIES FOR MEETINGS, PARTIES or BANQUETS Groups from 10 to 500 Festival to Draw Amateurs, Pros BYERWINBACII The University of Chicago's 1963 Midwest Film festival plans to offer cash prizes from $25 to $100 in its second annual film contest open to amateur and professional moviemakers. The deadline for en tries will be March 31. To obtain an application, write to Midwest Film festival, University of Chicago, Faculty Exchange, Chicago 37. The con test is open to all 16 mm. safety films, silent or with an optical sound track, running less than 40 minutes, said Sidney Hutt ner, 5514 University av., film chairman. The film festival, sponsored by the university's documen tary Film group, will hold screenings from April 25 thru 30 in the Center for Continuing Education, 1307 E. 60th st. . Noted Judges This . year's jury includes Arthur Knight, author of "The Liveliest Art ; Harold Haydon, university professor of art; Miss Pauline Kael, film critic; Gerald Temaner, film editor for "New University Thought"; and Parker Tyler, author of "The Three Faces of Film." This year's festival also will be attended by Gordon Hitch- ens, editor of Film Comment magazine and American representative to next autumn's Mannheim Germ my Film festival. He is on the lookout for films, particularly off-beat ones, to take to Germany with him, said Huttner. "You will have the chance to display your films publicly before an attentive and sym pathetic audience, as well as to have your work judged by some of the most respected names in film criticism," said Huttner, in inviting moviemakers to participate. Films to Be Shown There also will be public showings of recent feature films such as Tom Laughlin's "The Proper Time," at 2 p. m. April 25. dIus the premiere screen ing of Documentary Film HOTEL NORTH For Information Phene MOhawk 4-3200 1931 Lincoln Park West THIS IS THE YEAR Quality AIR CONDITION -ING I Ultra-closeup view of glass bowl design, called "Convergence," won title of originality print of month from Chicago Area Camera Clubs association for Leonard Cordon, 6458 Greenview av., a member of Green Briar Camera club. 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