Ann Arbor Film Festival touring show

The Ann Arbor Film Festival, established in 1963, is the oldest avant grade and experimental film festival in North America. A pioneer of the touring concept, they’ve presented annual tours of selected works since 1964 to galleries, art house theaters, museums, universities, libraries, microcinemas, and media arts centers throughout the world. The festival’s director, Leslie Raymond, will be on hand to introduce the program. All filmmakers participating on the tour are paid to screen their work, providing direct support to these independent artists. UNC-CH professor Sabine Gruffat’s “Moving or Being Moved,” winner of the Gil Omenn Art & Science Award from last year’s festival, is included in the screening.

The film lineup:
“Theorie und Praxis” by Leonie Minor
“Miracle Whip” by Jerod Willis
“Money is the One True God” by Lachlan Turczan
“Moving or Being Moved” by Sabine Gruffat
“A Brief Appearance of Neon” by Matthias Sahi and Immanuel Esser
“Amazon Woman” by Anna Vasof
“3 Wetlands” by Jane Cheadle
“Tank Fairy” by Erich Rettstadt


Tuesday, Nov 08 2022


8:15 pm - 10:00 pm
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