- Doors at 6:30pm
- Movie Starts at 7:00pm
- Cost: Free for students, requested donation of $10-20 for all others
- Please bring friends. Admission is by donation but noone is turned away based on need.
Casket Cinema combines forces with MCAD and Cellular Cinema to bring you the 57th Ann Arbor Film Festival tour on March 5th, 7pm. Screening in MCAD’s auditorium, we will have some the worlds best short and experimental films of 2019. Voted the best Film Festival in 2019 by the readers of USA today, festival director Leslie Raymond will be in attendance and will introduce the program and take your questions after.
In addition to the AAFF touring program, we will also have a handful of local shorts to warm up the crowd. Kevin from Cellular Cinema has brought films from; Tyler Leininger, Jessica Awada and Abby Thompson. Mark from Casket Cinema is including Coleman Miller and Beth Peloff. This looks to be a great evening. We are so excited to include these local films.
This exciting 100 minute program will be showcase many of its’ award winning films. This program will be free for students, donations taken for all others.
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Questions call MCAD at 612.874.3700.
Special guests for this program is Festival director and filmmaker Leslie Raymond.
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One night of programming featuring award-winning and avante-garde films from the oldest experimental film festival in North America; in conversation with the executive director and curator of AAFF, Leslie Raymond.
Vancouver, Canada | 2018 | 4
Traces with Elikem
Vestal, NY | 2018 | 7
Inger Lise Hansen
Oslo, Norway, | 2018 | 15
Victor Orozco Ramirez
Germany/Mexico | 2018 | 8
Wolves From Above
Canada/UK | 2017 | 6
60 Elephants. Episodes of a Theory.
Sasha Pirker and Michael Klein
Vienna, Austria | 2018 | 22
Paris, France | 2018 | 14
Los Angeles, CA | 2018 | 17
Brooklyn, NY | 2018 | 7
The Ann Arbor Film Festival is a pioneer of the traveling film festival concept, having launched an annual tour program in 1964. The AAFF selects films from the past year’s festival to screen in art house theaters, museums, universities, cinematheques, and media art centers. All filmmakers participating on the tour are paid to screen their work, providing direct support to these independent artists.