Film | The 57th Ann Arbor Film Festival Touring Program
Monday February 10, 2020: 6:30pm to 8:30pm
Downtown Library: Multi-Purpose Room
The Ann Arbor Film Festival, a pioneer of the film festival touring concept, has been presenting an annual tour of selected works from the festival since 1964. Over the years, the touring program has brought the work of film and media artists to galleries, art house theaters, museums, universities, libraries, microcinemas, and media arts centers throughout the world. Each filmmaker participating in the AAFF Tour receives payment for each tour stop, providing direct support for their work.
This AADL screening will be presented by Leslie Raymond, Ann Arbor Film Festival Director, and includes award-winning experimental, documentary, animation, narrative, and hybrids from the most recent festival. Films include:
Bird Milk by Christopher Strickler, Traces with Elikem by Ariana Gerstein, TÅKE by Inger Lise Hansen, 32 Rbit by Victor Orozco Ramirez, Wolves From Above by Demelza Kooij, 60 Elephants. Episodes of a Theory by Sasha Pirker and Michael Klein, TROPICS by Mathilde Lavenne, and Gloria’s Call by Cheri Gaulke.