Pairing down over 3,000 submissions from over 65 countries, the Ann Arbor 57th Film Festival will showcase over 100 Short Films and 10 Full-Length Features in just six short days. Titles include: Last Days of Chinatown, Nicole Macdonald; My Friend the Polish Girl, Ewa Banaszkiewicz and Mateusz Dymek; and Caballerango, Juan Pablo González. Each work demonstrates superb use of experimental technique and outstanding cinematography. Since the its founding in 1963, the Festival remains the oldest experimental film festival featuring exclusively independent filmmakers from around the world.
$8-$12, individual admission | $85-$100, festival passes
Tuesday, March 26 – Sunday, March 31 | 734-995-5356
For a full list of screenings and receptions, visit aafilmfest.org