The AAFF is a pioneer of the traveling film festival tour, starting in 1964, and exhibits in more than 30 galleries, art house theaters, universities, media arts centers and cinematheques throughout the world each year.
Highlight clips from the 16mm program of the 48th Ann Arbor Film Festival traveling tour (in order):
Role – Denise Oleksijczuk | Vancouver, Canada | 9 minutes [U.S. premiere at 48th AAFF]
Piensa en Mi – Alexandra Cuesta | USA/Ecuador | 15 minutes [Jury Award 48th AAFF]
Golden Hour – Robert Todd | Boston, MA | 17 minutes [World premiere at 48th AAFF]
Collide-a-Scope – Gregory Godhard | Sydney, Australia | 3 minutes
My Tears Are Dry – Laida Lertxundi | SPAIN/USA | 4 minutes [Most Promising Filmmaker 48th AAFF]
PLEASE NOTE: Program One includes additional films not previewed here (Peter Herwitz's "Gesturings", Jim Trainor's "Presentation Theme", Steve Cossman's "Tusslemuscle" and Naoyuki Tsuji's "Zephyr").
For more information about the 48th AAFF Tour, including schedule and additional program details, please visit: aafilmfest.org/overview