AAFF NEWSLETTER: AUGUST 2011
50th AAFF Call for Entries - Early Deadline
AAFF High School Media Literacy Program
Support the 50th AAFF
50th AAFF Call for Entries
The early submission deadline for the Ann Arbor Film Festival is fast approaching - Monday, August 15th! Submit your film now and receive our lowest entry fee. For full details regarding submissions please visit our website.
Artwork: George Manupelli
Early: August 15th - $30 Shorts / $40 Features
Official: October 3rd - $40 Shorts / $50 Features
Late: November 3rd - $50 Shorts / $60 Features
AAFF Receives AAACF Grant to Build Media Literacy Program
The Ann Arbor Film Festival is excited to announce a grant awarded by the Ann Arbor Area Community Foundation to start a media literacy education program in Washtenaw County public high schools.
The program will be designed and conducted by artist and educator Jacqueline Wood. As a graduate of the University of Michigan Film and Video Studies program in 2005, Jacqueline was a key volunteer for the AAFF for several years. She received her M.F.A. in film and video from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2009. Upon returning to Ann Arbor, Jacqueline once again became an active volunteer for the AAFF and a participating installation artist (2010 & 2011).
The AAFF media literacy program seeks to engage area high school students with their critical viewing skills, expand their exposure to non-commercial media, and build an appreciation for the arts.
Supporting the 50th AAFF
Help make our 50th anniversary season a one-of-a-kind celebration by becoming an AAFF member!
Membership is a tangible, meaningful way you can make a difference by standing in support of the AAFF. It's also a great way to get insider access to catch rare films, receive valuable discounts, attend special screenings and meet other film/art-goers all while expanding the community surrounding the Festival.