All in-person events for the 58th Ann Arbor Film Festival (AAFF) are suspended. So, AAFF has gone online. Click here for streaming schedule.
The image above is a detail from a photograph by Ariel Dougherty, taken during production of Sweet Bananas (1973). The filmmaker is participating in the 2020 AAFF.
The 58th Ann Arbor Film Festival (AAFF) will be presented as a free live-streamed six-day event March 24-March 29, 2020! We made the decision to suspend all in-person events for the 58th AAFF due to growing health concerns surrounding COVID-19, and instead present short and feature films in competition entirely online.
The online event will be streamed through Vimeo. Moderated live Q&As with filmmakers will be streamed following the film screenings in order to continue discourse between filmmakers and our audience. Jurors will fulfill their commitment of reviewing programmed films in competition in order to confer the $22,500 in awards.
Each program is different. Films are not rated. All programs are intended for mature audiences, unless otherwise noted. Some films have imagery of a stroboscopic nature.