University of Texas Austin - Cactus Yearbook (Austin, TX)

 - Class of 1983

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TEXAS UNION " . . . The Film Committee brought ' a wide range of films to UT and tried to maintain diversity through cultural films. ' When was the last time you saw a good film for less than $2? The Texas Union Film Committee not only charged cheap admis- sion, but also provided UT students on- campus screenings of such Oscar-winning classics as " Casablanca, " " A Raisin in the Sun, " and " To Kill A Mockingbird. " Trivia questions, like " Name the two most suc- cessful films produced in 1939, " were flashed on the screen before each feature presenta- tion. The Film Committee brought " a wide range of films to The University and tried to maintain diversity through cultural films, " said committee president Kent Hughes. " Sometimes we pull our hair out trying to make sure everything goes right, " Hughes said, referring to the Texas Union National Student Film Competition held during the spring semester. Press releases were sent to film schools nationwide to solicit entries. In March, the Film Committee narrowed the entries to 25 films, which were then judged by members of the Texas film community. The judges represented the production, ar- tistic and critical aspects of filmmaking. For the contest ' s first year, each film was criti- qued on its individual merit. After the win- ners were announced, the top films were screened in the Texas Union Theater. The grand prize was $400 and the four runners-up each received $100. In 1982-83, programs were developed representing various film genres. For Feb- ruary, in tribute to the Centennial, films made in Texas were shown in the program, " Texas: The Third Coast. " The films included " Giant " and " The Last Picture Show. " A spr- ing program featured films from the 1950s. Committee member Josie Nericcio said the program dealt with " the time in the ' 50s after World War II. The Cold War was coming up and there was a lot of paranoia about com- munism, the red scare and McCarthyism. " We wanted to show how it was reflected in Hollywood ... in the movies they made at that time. " The program focused on science fiction and featured biographies on blacklisted screenwriters and actresses. By the way, the two most successful films of 1939 were " Gone With the Wind " and " The Wizard of Oz. " by Ann McCoy FIRST ROW: Maurelda Joan Hernandez, Samia Makar, Leslie Earron Cutchen, Michael Owen Weinberg, Kristin Delle Cunningham, Frankie Olivarez Noyolas, Maria Louise Crowley, Liana Melissa Leanos. SECOND ROW: Kelly Lynne Lowry, Kellie Ann Lahey, Jennifer Lee Reynolds, Wendell Kirk Barnett, Martin Richard Parry, Jerry Nelson Fleming, William Morris Binghamjr., Kathryn Lynn King. THIRD ROW: Frederick A. Vicarel, Deri Diane Smith, Josephine Nericcio, George Clifford Robb, Walter E. Evans, Michael William Lydle, Michael David Houston, John G. Greytok, Thomas Robert Lux. FOURTH ROW: Nicholas Keith Dauster, Cheryl Lynn Zane, Jennifer Ann Fosmire, Sally Leigh Armstrong, William Charles Anderson, Paul Kevin Smith, Kenan Davis Cowling, Michael Leppert, Jack Richard Jackson, William Kent Hughes. FIFTH ROW: Richard Kellogg Morton. L 312 Film Committee

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