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AAFF ON TOUR

 

WHAT IS THE TOUR?

The Ann Arbor Film Festival (AAFF) tour provides filmmakers the unique opportunity of having their work screened in front of audiences for whom, in many places, the tour venue is their only access to this form of film art. Each filmmaker participating in the AAFF tour is also paid for each tour stop, directly supporting their filmmaking.

The AAFF is a pioneer of the traveling film festival tour which launched in 1964 with film screenings in Paris, Los Angeles, and Berkeley. Since that time, the AAFF tour has presented hundreds of influential works by film artists including Barbara Hammer, Gus Van Sant, Sally Cruikshank, Don Hertzfeldt, Bill Brown, Ross McLaren, Paul Winkler, James Duesing, Martha Colburn, and Jay Rosenblatt.

HOW TO BOOK

For more information about booking the tour, including rates, please email us at tour@aafilmfest.org

PROMOTION

To support your promotion of the AAFF tour program, we provide high-quality still images, a customized PDF for printing posters/flyers, a customized PDF program summary, festival graphics, and copy. In addition, the AAFF promotes each tour stop on its website and monthly eNewsletter (more than 7,000 active subscribers), and will conduct basic press outreach to each tour stop's host city to help ensure media coverage.

PROGRAMS

Program 1
Program 2

Birdsaver Report Volume 2 
The Fourth Wall 
She Gather Me 
After the Dance                        
Precautionary Measure             

                                                 
Irani Bag 
Cosmos-War-Finally-Love
John L

Heehyun Choi
Mahboobeh Kalaee
Miatta Kawinzi
Shunsaku Hayashi
Lizzy Deacon, Ika 

Schwander
Maryam Tafakory
Luciano Zubillaga
Nina McNeely

Theorie und Praxis

Miracle Whip

Money is the One True God

Moving or Being Moved 

Amazon Woman 

A Brief Appearance of Neon

     

3 Wetlands

Tank Fairy 

Leonie Minor

Jerod Willis

Lachlan Turczan

Sabine Gruffat

Anna Vasof

Matthias Sahli,

Immanuel Esser

Jane Cheadle

Erich Rettstadt

A SELECTION OF PAST TOUR STOPS

ALABAMA

Mobile, Alabama Museum of Contemporary Art
Montgomery, Capri Theatre

CALIFORNIA

Claremont, Pitzer College
Los Angeles, Echo Park Film Center
Los Angeles, Los Angeles Filmforum

Oakland, Black Hole Cinematheque

COLORADO

Boulder, University of Colorado Boulder

IOWA

Iowa City, University of Iowa

INDIANA

Bloomington, Indiana University Cinema

MASSACHUSETTS

Mobile, Alabama Museum of Contemporary Art
Montgomery, Capri Theatre

ARIZONA

Sedona, Mary D. Fisher Theatre

CANADA

London, Ontario, BealArt

Montreal, Quebec, Cinematheque Quebecoise
Montreal, Quebec, Segal Centre for Performing Arts

Winnipeg, Manitoba, Winnipeg Film Group Black Lodge

ENGLAND

Ormskirk, Edgehill University

ILLINOIS

Chicago, Columbia College Chicago
Chicago, School of the Art Institute of Chicago

KENTUCKY

Louisville, Speed Art Museum

MARYLAND

Baltimore, Sight Unseen

MICHIGAN

Ann Arbor, Ann Arbor District Library 

Ann Arbor, University of Michigan

Ann Arbor & Binghamton, All Seasons

Bloomfield Hills, Cranbook Academy of Art

Clinton Twp, Clinton Macomb Public Library
Detroit, Cinetopia Film Festival
Detroit, Detroit Film Theater

Detroit, Mothlight Microcinema at Trinosophes

Detroit, Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit

Detroit, Senate Theater

Farmington Hills, Oakland Community College

Frankfort, The Garden Theater

Glen Arbor, Lake Street Studios Arts College
Grand Rapids, Wealthy Theatre
Grosse Pointe, Grosse Pointe Public Library

Hamtramck, The Film Lab
Jackson, Jackson District Library
Ludington, Ludington Area Center for The Arts
Marquette, Northern Michigan University

Monroe, Monroe Public Library
Traverse City, State Theatre

NEW MEXICO

Albuquerque, Southwest Film Center

OHIO

Bowling Green, Bowling Green State University
Cincinnati, Mini Microcinema

Cleveland, Cleveland Institute of Art
Oberlin, Oberlin College
Toledo, Ohio Theater and Event Center
Toledo, Toledo-Lucas Country Public Library
Toledo, University of Toledo

RHODE ISLAND

Providence, Rhode Island School of Design

SCOTLAND

Hawick, Alchemy Film Festival

TENNESSEE

Knoxville, University of Tennessee Knoxville

Memphis, Indie Memphis Film Festival
Nashville, Vanderbilt University

VIRGINIA

Charlottesville, The Bridge

MINNESOTA

Minneapolis, Casket Cinema
Minneapolis, Minneapolis College of Art and Design
Northfield, St. Olaf College

MISSOURI

Webster Groves, Webster University

NORTH CAROLINA

Durham, Duke University

NEW HAMPSHIRE

Keene, Keene State College
Bethlehem, The Colonial Theatre

NEW JERSEY

Montclair, Montclair State University

NEW YORK

Binghamton, SUNY Binghamton

Brooklyn, UnionDocs

Hamilton, Colgate University
New York City, Fordham University
New York City, Millennium Film Workshop
Rochester, University of Rochester

PENNSYLVANIA

Philadelphia, University of the Arts

Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh Filmmakers
Pittsburgh, Three Rivers Festival

SOUTH CAROLINA

Greenville, Furman University

SPAIN

Barcelona, Xcentric

TEXAS

Houston, Aurora Picture Show
Houston, Rice University
Dallas, Texas Theatre

WASHINGTON

Seattle, Grand Illusion Theatre

WISCONSIN

Madison, Madison Museum of Contemporary Art
Milwaukee, University of Wisconsin Union Theater