21-87, 1964, 10 min

Arthur Lipsett

Historic Film, Short Film

This short film from Arthur Lipsett is an abstract succession of unrelated views of the passing crowd. A commentary on a machine-dominated society, it is often cited as an influence on George Lucas' Star Wars and his conceptualization of The Force.

Screening of this film is supported by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences

Directed by Arthur Lipsett


Saturday, March 31 12:30pm

Films in Competition 6

New experimental and documentary films from Canada, Romania, Germany and Singapore.

Michigan Theater (Screening Room)