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Published on Apr 24, 2012
This year's inaugural program will feature films premiered at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year, films culled from Berlin, Toronto, Tribeca, Venice and other world-renowned festivals, screenings of films by silent-era star Harold Lloyd and featuring a live appearance by Mr. Lloyd's granddaughter Suzanne (who is curator of the Harold Lloyd Trust), and 3D films using the newest digital techniques and classic celluloid 3D.
Classic and contemporary films demonstrating the rich heritage of screenwriting, the University of Michigan's primary contribution to world cinema culture, also will be featured. Lawrence Kasdan and Arthur Miller are just two of the screenwriters who have been products of the University of Michigan. This year, Cinetopia will celebrate the screenwriting craft of David Newman, best known for his screenplays for "Bonnie and Clyde," "What's Up Doc" and "Superman."