AAFF Presents: Two A.M.

Two A.M., by German contemporary artist Loretta Fahrenholz, had its world premiere at the recent 57th Ann Arbor Film Festival in March 2019. The Institute of Contemporary Arts in London will launch the European premiere on October 5, 2019. Two A.M. takes place in the not-too-distant future in a not-altogether-unfamiliar world. The story begins as our protagonist Sanna leaves behind her family of Watchers. Their unnerving ability to monitor the thoughts and feelings of Humans conjures a hint of science fiction. Sanna goes to the city to join her sister, sister’s husband, and yoga instructor friend. The Watchers eventually follow her there, and their point of view is conveyed through low-resol

Now Accepting Proposals: Off the Screen!

Jason and Debora Bernagozzi present the expanded cinema performance Ritual for Biological Media at the 57th AAFF. The Ann Arbor Film Festival invites proposals for the Off The Screen! program at the upcoming 58th festival, March 24–29, 2020. We host a variety of intermedia installations, performances, and workshops—including (but not limited to) expanded and live cinema performances, new media installations, and educational salon sessions. Please bring us your proposals for challenging and aesthetically potent works of art, and become part of a meaningful ongoing conversation about the culture of the moving image. Expanded cinema performances could include, for example, projector experiments



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