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News Release (March 5, 1967)

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Title:
News Release (March 5, 1967)
Alternate Title:
New College News Release, For Release Sunday, March 5, 1967
Physical Description:
Book
Creator:
New College of Florida
Publisher:
New College of Florida
Place of Publication:
Sarasota, Fla.
Creation Date:
March 5, 1967

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Subjects / Keywords:
History -- New College (Sarasota, Fla.)
Planning -- New College (Sarasota, Fla.)
Records and correspondence -- New College (Sarasota, Fla.)
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government publication (state, provincial, terriorial, dependent)   ( marcgt )
News release
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Sarasota

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Three page news release.
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NEW COLLEGE, SARASOTA, FLORIDA FURMAN C ARTHUR INFORMATION FOtt RELEASE SUNDAY', MARCH 5, 1967 "The: youn an returns to th beach and re.:alle a single ent they spent together there. Even though the romance is over nov be baa thi g ptsi-tive to r ber. He wal s away down the beach fro the ca ra -away nd into the future." This ia the coneludin scene in a fil now beinv. ad by New tutor in Cerman, Michael von Cutten t.:han finished, von r.uttenberg says the vie entitled "Integr lea" 1 will run approz mat ly 20 inute and, alt ou h ther will be no dialogue, will h&Ye sound track eompoaed of natural sounds and the of E d ar VRrese. This is the third fil von Cuttenb r has de 1n the last few years. New College student John Pet rs, who has al.o ade filma, is esiatin. von Guttenberg with the ca ra work n the current production. vcn Cuttenber al o portrays one of t o charact r in the: film. The other is play d by Valerie Oahn o Sarasota. "llhy do 1 tUke filma?" von Cuttenber aid 11To express ideas through obj eta -to put an idea down ao it CB'Il be seen and not just read." Regardin films a form of artitte expression. von Guttenberg saya he and Peter try to ka e ery acene in the vie so well co posed that if the film were stopped the frosen ace a would aake a sood photo-graphy l8 auother of von Cuttanber hobbiea, he is eapectally strong on the impact of hia

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NEW COLLEGE a e 2 lie urdns black and wht te f.n t ad of color film beeauaa, he eaye, "Jt films just should b black and vhita." e pr fare black and v ita not only for it emotional qualities but also b caus the qaulity of th fi iehed product 1a usually hi her than wit color von Cuttenb r writ tb sc narios for all hie fi s h elf. While he ie ahootin "tnte ral be ia preparln a ehootin eeript for bie next filii "TvlQVe JU.dera," which he says will be basically anti--war film. on Cuttenberg and have fi ed seen a in Bradenton, araaota, and on M&na ri I.tand. Although the cut of 'I tegr lea" 1 11, von Cutt nbarr. noted one ot the difficulti.a 1 facea is havin to t a nu er of. person togeth r at a regular ti to wor on the ovie. He also says the ath r oft n pr aenta probl when th script require a unny day it r ina. von Guttenb rg e tim&tea he on hour in prepar tion for eaeh ainute of ot1n tie. H do all the editin, h elf and eati te thi brings the total production ti e a film requires u to at ly 30 hours, althou h it ay take aaveral ont to coordinate t t ti His next Ul he eays "vtll be 1 pre sin is tic in one aense." The til will 1 corpor t v rloua unueual t chniqu such as doubl Guttenber alao the aound for his films on ia own tape recorder and then the r corded aound with the project fila. -110re-

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NEW COLLEGE Page 3 One of the pril!IBry difficultie he finds, is to remain "audience oriented" while he is ho ctiug the film. He says that in ttt king a movie it 1 important to retain a lo !cal sequence of events so the audience can follow the action of the !1 m fuen he f1nishe this fiJm von Guttenberg hopes to show it aa p rt of the regular .ew College film rogram. Hi ext reduction will uti iz facul y m er a ell, e larger n ber of ew College stu a s. H al o ho e8 to c bine his d ents and so bobbie o b ut lizinp, till photo r hs in the s c ene transition of hi next fil For nll t e work he is utting nto these fi me, von Guttenberg feels they are in large part pre nration r he is translatin fron the Ce an. -30mb ti u f. 1 ba ed on novella


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