ROSEBUD, a new organization formed to promote the independent film and video community, is announcing its first annual competition. It invites film and video entries in these categories: narrative, documentary, art/experimental, music video and animation. A panel of industry professionals will select the winners in each category and awards will be presented May 17.
To receive an entry form, write Rosebud, P.O. Box 21309, Washington, DC 20009, or call 202/797-9081. All nominated works will be exhibited during the annual Filmfest DC.
ADDING to Washington's expanding movie-theater landscape (including the new 10-screen United Artists in Bethesda and the 11-screen Multiplex at Reston Town Center) is Cineplex Odeon's eight-screen Tysons Fairfax Square Cinemas at 8065 Leesburg Pike, which opens this weekend. To mark its opening there will be a screening of Blake Edwards's 30-year-old "Breakfast at Tiffany's" at 8 Friday, with a champagne reception afterward. Tickets are $15 and benefit the American Film Institute. Call 202/331-7471 for tickets.
THE BIOGRAPH will screen "The Wisdom of the Dream," a three-part documentary on the life and teachings of Carl Jung. Directed by Stephen Segaller and Merrill Berger, and narrated by Max von Sydow, the film is divided into "A Life of Dreams," which traces Jung's career from childhood to his split with Freud; "The Inheritance of Dreams," which deals with his exploration of the "collective unconscious"; and "A World of Dreams," which shows Jung's influence on contemporary culture. The three will be shown together each night at 7, Tuesday through Thursday only.