Grand Marnier Fellowships For New York Cineastes

by Aaron Krach

The Film Society of Lincoln Center, responsible for the New York Film
Festival, will begin accepting applications for the Grand Marnier
Fellowships, February 15. Three $5,000 prizes, sponsored by Grand Marnier,
will be awarded to graduate film students in New York, New Jersey and
Connecticut. One prize goes to a filmmaker, another to an aspiring critic
and a third to an artist who works in video. The recipients will be honored
during next falls New York Film Festival. Fellowship recipients will be
chosen by Gavin Smith and Genevieve Villaflor, programmers of the New York
Film Festival.

Winners of the 1997 Fellowships we Enid Zentelis, for her film "Dog Race";
Marylou Tibaldo-Bongiomo, for her video "Little Kings" and Brian Price for
his essay "Plagiarizing the Plagiarists: Godard Meets the Situationists."
All three were students from NYU.

[Entry forms are available starting Feb. 15 @]