Passes now on sale!
Tickets and Program Information Available on March 1
Passes include access to all the festival’s online programming including over 100 shorts and features in competition, special programs, juror programs, salons, expanded cinema performances, and Q&As with the filmmakers. The higher the pass tier the more you support the AAFF and our mission of promoting visionary filmmakers! Find the details of each pass tier below.
CTN Interview with In The Screen! Artist, Sean Kenny
Check out a recent Community Television Network (CTN) interview with artist Sean Kenny, of the Pickle Fort Film Collective. You’ll be able to join Kenny for a workshop where he’ll demonstrate basic film-loop-making techniques. You can participate from anywhere! Once you create your loops you will be able to mail them back to The Pickle Fort, where they will become part of the After Dinner Loops live performance. Local Ann Arborites can pick up materials for the workshop beginning March 8 at the downtown branch of the Ann Arbor District Library in the lobby. More details coming soon!
Sneak Preview on Wednesday, March 3 at 7:30pm EST
The Sneak Preview will feature excerpts from over a dozen films that will show during festival week. Stick around for a live discussion with filmmaker and juror from last year’s 58th AAFF, Lynne Sachs and Festival Director, Leslie Raymond. Leslie and Lynne will be in conversation about what to expect at the 59th festival. After the screening, join us in the AAFF Gather.Town lobby to hang out with other attendees. The event will take place on Zoom and you must register at least an hour before.