Films from the Ann Arbor Film Festival will be broadcast on PhillyCAM, the City of Philadelphia’s designated public access television station. The 60-minute program will be broadcast weekly for two months beginning this winter. The program will feature short films from recent editions of the AAFF, including: Many Thousands Gone (53rd AAFF) by Ephraim Asili, The Life and Freaky Times of Uncle Luke (50th AAFF) by Jillian Mayer and Lucas Leyva and Broken N ew: Disaster (51st AAFF) by Lori Felker, among others. PhillyCAM is a community media center that brings together the people of Philadelphia to make and share media that promotes creative expression, democratic values and civic participation


AAFF DVD Volumes 1-8 are now available as a discounted set, just in time for the holidays! The set features award-winning and select short films from the past eight Festivals, including work by Leighton Pierce, Adele Horne, Duke & Battersby, Helen Hill, Ben Russell, Mark Toscano, Wojciech Bąkowski, and Réka Bucsi. Until December 31st, purchase all eight for $88. Reduced pricing on educational licensing for the collection is also available during this limited time, if interested contact Each sale of an AAFF DVD provides income for participating filmmakers, furthering the Ann Arbor Film Festival's mission to help support talented film and video artists. All films were li


We are deeply grateful to the many AAFF donors who contribute to the success of our community backed, world-renowned avant-garde film festival, where originality, creativity, innovation and artistic expression are number one. We thank you for supporting our success of the 53rd AAFF last March, which brought in a record audience of 11,000 ticket holders! We now ask our supporters to consider monthly giving. When you go to our contribute page, you can click on the PayPal link and make a gift online. Simply click on the button next to the amount box that says "Make this monthly." We’ll give you a coveted AAFF bumper sticker and DVD for your recurring gift of $10 a month or more!


We are excited to announce the launch of a cable television series by new AAFF Media Partner Community Television Network of Ann Arbor. “Let’s Watch With the Ann Arbor Film Festival,” produced by Dana Denha, focuses on filmmakers who have shown in the Ann Arbor Film Festival. Each episode features an interview with a different filmmaker along with their work. The first video in the series, which can be found here, spotlights media artist Heidi Kumao, who teaches at the Stamps School of Art & Design at the University of Michigan. Kumao's film, Swallowed Whole, was featured in the 53rd AAFF. The film poetically depicts extreme isolation and physical limitations as a result of a traumatic injur



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