2016 Ann Arbor Film Festival Tour

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Speed Art Museum says
Embracing the Avant Garde
This new monthly series focuses on key experimental films.

2016 Ann Arbor Film Festival Tour
Various Directors

Screening Times:
Friday, February 3, 7 pm—16mm Program
Saturday, February 4, 3 pm—16mm Program
Saturday February 4, 7 pm—Digital Program
Sunday, February 5, 3 pm—Digital Program

Purchase Tickets: http://www.speedmuseum.org/cinema/2016-ann-arbor-film-festival-tour/

Founded in 1963, the Ann Arbor Film Festival is the oldest avant garde and experimental film festival in North America. For decades, the festival solely exhibited works finished on 16mm, but has recently included digital works that expand the cinematic form.

Ann Arbor 16mm Program
Ten new 16mm films from some of the festival’s favorite filmmaking talent including Australian Paper by Minjung Kim (winner of the Tom Berman Award for Most Promising Filmmaker) and the two winning selections of the Kodak Best Cinematography Award: Pablo Mazzolo’s Fish Point and Antoinette Zwirchmayer’s House and Universe. The program also features First Rodeo (Vera Brunner Sung), Iron Condor (Meredith Lackey), Gasometers 3 (Nicky Hamlyn), Pixel Jungle (Klara Ravat), Coming Cold (Robert Todd), Film for Rewinds Vol 1 (Andrew Busti), and Dingbat’s Revenge (Scott Fitzpatrick). 2014–2016, Germany, U.K., U.S., Canada, Argentina, and Austria, 16mm, 62 minutes. Recommended for 16+.

Ann Arbor Digital Program
Nine new experimental, animated, documentary and narrative videos including Mateusz Sadowski’s Resonance (winner of the Chris Frayne Best Animated Film Award) and Ralitsa Doncheva’s Baba Dana Talks to the Wolves (winner of the Eileen Maitland Award for Women’s Voice). The program also features Bisonhead (Elizabeth Lo), The Mess (Peter Burr), The Perpetual Motion of My Love for You (Karen Yasinsky), Love Under Will of the Hags Long Tooth (Mica O’Herlihy), Fundir (Allison Cekala), and not even nothing can be free of ghosts (Ranier Kohlberger). 2013–2016, Spain, U.S., Poland, Bulgaria, Canada, and Austria, DCP, 100 minutes. Recommended for 16+.

Friday Film Happy Hour: Thanks to Wiltshire at the Speed, the first drink is included in your ticket purchase and offered from 6–7 pm before Friday evening screenings.
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