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Press-Courier, The (Newspaper) - April 25, 1971, Oxnard, California YOUTH HAS ITS Student Movies Unveiled The movie camera used as a third in- new forms of poking the ribs of the and probing the public's social has been discovered by young people as a powerful tool for Station believing that young people have some important things to say and that creativity should be is presenting an hour-long television cial showcasing the work of student The Film Take the first in what may become a series of similar is scheduled to air in col- or on Channel 5 from 9 to 10 p.m. Ten short with themes ranging from the whimsical to the have been from Universal Student Film brary for screening on the If any one of the the then its creator has done his He has com- and that's his reach the emotions of an audience and to convey an ex- As is the case with a sometimes a story or plot isn't needed to accomplish this Although the running time of the films to be shown on the program varies from one minute to 12 length of the films is As student John Longenecker film should be as long it takes to say what it is you want to j a recent graduate of the Uni- versity of Southern California's School of was chosen by to produce and host the A portion of his own Resurrection of Broncho which won an Oscar as Best Short in 1970, will be shown on the Joining him for brief discussion on the films as they are screened are professional film tor and cinematographer William A. tress Kristin who stars in and student Steve Four of the films on the Film Take were produced by dents at USC and one by students at The others come from schools in New Canada and The although produced on extremely limited are representative of the innovative and creative product coming these talented young Their work and techniques employed are considered to proach professional standards in do we find new creative is the constant lament of the television and tion picture says Vice dent and Manager John T. the industry is to grow and it must contribute by seeking out and stimulating the young creative minds in the fields of directing and We hope this will encourage these young by giving them nn opportunity to exhibit their work to the public at large and not just to a few of their friends and Director William John Kristin Nelson and Steve
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