Founded in 1963, Ann Arbor Film Festival (AAFF) is the oldest avant-garde and experimental film festival in North America. Internationally recognized as a premiere forum for independent filmmakers and artists, AAFF engages audiences with remarkable cinematic experiences. For a third year, the festival will be presented in a hybrid format that will allow selected filmmakers to reach audiences around the world from March 26 through April 7. The in-person festival takes place in Ann Arbor, Michigan, on March 26–31.

Three distinguished filmmakers will jury the 62nd AAFF: Su Friedrich, Deanna Morse, and Wenhua Shi. Each juror will present a curated program of their own work that also will be presented online.

Highlights from the upcoming festival include:

  • Submissions: 2,971 films from 92 countries
  • Films in Competition: 110 films from 31 countries
  • Features in Competition: 10
  • 89 Premieres: 29 world, 48 North American, and 12 United States premieres

Tickets and Passes are now available for the in-person and online festival.

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To learn more and see the complete schedule, visit aafilmfest.org.