57th Annual Ann Arbor Film Festival

. March 1, 2019.
57th Ann Arbor Film Festival

See the best in experimental, avant-garde and bizarre cinema during the 57th Annual Ann Arbor Film Festival, the oldest and most prominent experimental film festivals in the world. The six-day festival, held from Tuesday, March 26 through Sunday, March 31, will be judged this year by Bryan Konefsky (founder and director of Experiments in Cinema international film festival and the president of Basement Film), Akosua Adoma Owusu (award-winning Ghanaian-American filmmaker), and Stacey Steers (filmmaker known for her labor-intensive animated features made with works on paper). Learn more about the showtimes, special events, and prices for tickets and passes at aafilmfest.org.

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