Artists' Television Access


Thursday, November 6, 2008, 8:00 pm, $6

The Ann Arbor Film Festival is internationally recognized as a premiere showcase for creative, inspiring and influential films of all types: avant-garde and experimental, story-based narratives, documentaries and animation. As the longest-running film festival of its kind in North America, the AAFF is steeped in a rich tradition of groundbreaking cinema. In addition to presenting hundreds of films each year during its five-day run, AAFF each year curates a touring program presenting highlights of the festival around the world. San Francisco Cinematheque, in partnership with AAFF’s long-term South Bay host, Foothill College’s KFJC, is proud to present this touring program for the first time in ten years.

Program One

Doxology by Michael Langan; My Olympic Summer by Daniel Robin; Yours Truly  by Osbert Parker; The Green Grass of Twilight by Richie Sherman; Frog Jesus by Ben Peters; Bullet Proof Vest by May Lin Au Yung; Safari by Catherine Chalmers; America In Pictures by Georg Koszulinski; Crank Balls by Devin Bell; Number One by Leighton Pierce; Nijuman No Borei (200,000 Phantoms) by Jean Gabriel Periot; I Met the Walrus by Josh Raskin; Li: The Patterns of Nature by John Campbell; Office Suite by Robert Todd.

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