Ann Arbor Film Festival Website Now Up


The official website for the 47th annual Ann Arbor Film Festival is now up and teeming with information about the March 24-29 event. On the site, you can preview stills, descriptions, and times of the films that will be screened and judged throughout the week, making it easier to decide which days you want to attend. A couple of films sure to garner their fill of attention are Secret Machine, a short about a woman whose resistance to pain is measured by an antagonistic scientist, and Afterville, the apocalyptic tale of a few lives at the end of days in Turin, Italy. Also see the full schedule of events to find out what's going on each day of the festival. Want to know more about film criticism before diving into the experimental films? Check out Stanley Kauffmann's book, Regarding Film: Criticism and Comment from the AADL before you go.


I quite like the new website!! It looks like a nice mix of films this year.

I am intrigued by 575 Castro St., Breakaway, Crepitus, Dance Macabre, Mea Culpa, Out of Print, Six Apartments, Yard Work is Hard Work, among others!!!