The Ann Arbor Film Festival takes places annually in Ann Arbor, Michigan.

About the Ann Arbor Film FestivalEdit

The Ann Arbor Film Festival showcases independent and experimental film and video. Established in 1963, the festival claims to be the oldest of its kind in North America. Each year the festival attracts entries from moving image artists worldwide and screens more than 100 films before audiences during six days in March. The Ann Arbor Film Festival strives to foster the growth of emerging and established film and videomakers. The festival is open to film and video of all categories that demonstrate a high regard for the medium as an art form.

Festival MissionEdit

The festival’s mission is to provide a worldwide public forum for moving image exhibitions, to encourage and showcase artists of the moving image, to promote the film as an art, and to offer educational outreach.

Festival SchedulesEdit

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