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COMMITMENT, “OLD-TIMERS” AND OWNERSHIP

A Word from our Executive Director The AAFF came about through George Manupelli’s determination to celebrate avant-garde film art in the midwest and to embrace and encourage everybody in their endeavors to express themselves creatively through film. George planted that seed in 1963, in the hotbed of Ann Arbor’s counterculture milieu. Art of the time—Happenings, Situationism, Fluxus and Ann Arbor’s own ONCE group—professed that life is art, performed social experiments, collaborated across media and expanded consciousness. During and after George’s time presiding over the festival, an array of dedicated individuals enabled his sensibility through their creativity, hard work and support. Their

NEW "LET'S WATCH WITH THE ANN ARBOR FILM FESTIVAL" SEASON 3 EPISODE OUT NOW!

Ann Arbor's Community Television Network (CTN) has posted the second episode of the third season of "Let's Watch With the Ann Arbor Film Festival!" The episode features host Dana Denha's interview with AAFF alumna Holly Hey, whose latest film Crossing Water: Portraits of Flint chronicles social workers dealing with the Flint water crisis. Check it out below!

LOCATION

 

230 Collingwood Dr #160b,

Ann Arbor, MI 48103

 

Ann Arbor Film Festival 

Registered 501(c)(3)

EIN: 38-2379836