Ann Arbor Film Festival digital tour stops at the Ohio Theatre

. March 7, 2017.
Stills from the nine short films you will see. Clockwise, starting in the top left corner: BISONHEAD | Elizabeth Lo; THE RESONANCE | Mateusz Sadowski; BABA DANA TALKS TO THE WOLVES | Ralitsa Doncheva; LOVE UNDER WILL OF THE HAGS LONG TOOTH | Mica O’Herlihy; FUNDIR | Allison Cekala; not even nothing can be free of ghosts | Rainer Kohlberger; THE PERPETUAL MOTION OF MY LOVE FOR YOU | Karen Yasinsky; NEITHER GOD NOR SANTA MARIA | Samuel M. Delgado and Helena Girón; THE MESS | Peter Burr.
Stills from the nine short films you will see. Clockwise, starting in the top left corner: BISONHEAD | Elizabeth Lo; THE RESONANCE | Mateusz Sadowski; BABA DANA TALKS TO THE WOLVES | Ralitsa Doncheva; LOVE UNDER WILL OF THE HAGS LONG TOOTH | Mica O’Herlihy; FUNDIR | Allison Cekala; not even nothing can be free of ghosts | Rainer Kohlberger; THE PERPETUAL MOTION OF MY LOVE FOR YOU | Karen Yasinsky; NEITHER GOD NOR SANTA MARIA | Samuel M. Delgado and Helena Girón; THE MESS | Peter Burr.

Can’t wait for the 55th annual Ann Arbor Film Festival (AAFF) to kick off on March 21? Start reel early when the AAFF Digital Tour stops in Toledo.

The Toledo City Paper and the Ohio Theatre and Event Center will host a 100 minute preview of nine experimental, documentary and narrative videos hand-selected from the festival.

Not sure what to expect?

When our sister publication, Current Magazine, asked the Ann Arbor Film Festival’s Executive Director Leslie Raymond what to expect, she said:

“I like to describe [going to our film festival movie theaters] as a situation where you think you’re walking into a room, where you expect everyone to speak English, but instead everyone is speaking Chinese. So you’re like ‘Whoa! I thought everyone would be speaking the same language and I don’t understand anybody.’

But you know what happens when you go to a foreign country and you don’t speak the language? You actually can communicate way more than you would think. There are so many other ways to communicate besides words. Instead of thinking of it as going to the movie theater, pretend that you are going to the art museum.”

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Ann Arbor Film Festival Executive Director Leslie Raymond

(Read the full interview with Raymond online at ecurrent.com).

Join us for the AAFF Digital Tour and get a taste of the
critically acclaimed film festival.

Doors at 5pm, 6-8pm. Thursday, March 16. $5
Ohio Theatre and Event Center
3114 Lagrange St. | 419-720-8952
ohiotheatretoledo.org | Facebook event