Grand Illusion Cinema has invited Dennis Nyback, film archivist and real-life hippie, to cinematically celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Summer of Love. Their Have a Psychedelic Summer Film Festival runs September 7-14 in increments that Nyback describes as entertaining, educational, and 90 minutes long. Each evening will focus on a different nugget of 60s pop culture. See drug scare films such as Drugs Killers or Dillers? (co-written by a teenaged Matt Groening) and LSD: Trip or Trap?, or enter the world of Scopitonesa kind of pre-MTV music video, featuring artists like Paul Anka and Debbie Reynolds lipsynching while acting out corny scenes. Educational films abound as well, including The Viet Nam War and How We Got There, to be played on 9/11 in what Nyback promises was an unplanned coincidence. The closing nights Psychedelic Music Show will include footage of the musiciansfrom John and Yoko at their Bed-In to the 1910 Fruit Gum Companythat provided the eras soundtrack. Nyback himself will be there to introduce each film and relate his own personal experiences. See Web site for a full schedule.