The 53rd Ann Arbor Film Festival Tour Day 2, 16mm Program

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The Film and Media Studies Program and the Visual Studies Workshop welcome the Ann Arbor travelling film festival tour for the first time in Rochester with Program Director, David Dinnell in person. 

The 16mm program includes 13 new films from Austria, the UK, Canada, and the United States including Things, the most recent work by Ben Rivers; The Peacock by Andrew Kim; Mark Toscano’s The Song Remains the Same; Accent Grave on Ananas by Vancouver artist Tamara Henderson (with sound by Dan Riley) and three works receiving the 53rd AAFF Best Cinematography Award - vindmøller by Margaret Rorison, A Symptom by Ben Balcom, and Blue Loop, July by Mike Gibisser. Other works include new films by Friedl vom Gröller, Mary Helena Clark, Robert Todd, Jennifer Reeves, Jonathan Schwartz, and Sarah Christman.

Thursday, January 28, 6pm: Digital Program (80 minutes)?Hubbell Auditorium, Hutchison Hall? Free and Open to the Public? Discussion with the Program Director David Dinnell to follow?

Friday, January 29, 8pm: 16mm Program (110 minutes)?Visual Studies Workshop ?31 Prince St, Rochester Free and Open to the Public?  ?Discussion with Program Director David Dinnell to follow

 Poster design by Adam Maida



Friday, January 29, 2016 - 20:00
  • 31, Prince Street
    14607   Rochester
    United States
    Phone: (585) 442-8676
    Fax: (585) 442-1992
    43° 9' 26.784" N, 77° 35' 28.4712" W