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  • Title: Ann Arbor Film Fest
    Descriptive info: .. The Ann Arbor Film Festival.. The 52nd.. About.. Festival History & Mission.. Staff & Board.. AAFF Supporters.. Contact.. 52nd Festival.. Submit a Film.. Jury Awards.. Accreditation.. Tour.. 51st Tour Programs.. Current Tour Schedule.. Contribute.. 51st Sponsors.. Donate.. Membership.. Volunteer & Internships.. Archive.. Past Festival Sites.. Past Award Winners Lists.. Tour Schedule Archive.. Media Gallery.. 50FORWARD.. Search.. Latest News.. AAFF News: Farewell to Maria Feldman, Leslie Raymond at RISD, 16mm Tour Returns.. Farewell to Maria Feldman, AAFF Operations Director The Ann Arbor Film Festival sadly bids farewell to Maria Feldman, AAFF Operations Director.. Maria has worked with the festival for over nine.. Posted  ...   tribute and screening this Thursday in Ann Arbor, as part of the Penny W.. Stamps Speaker Series.. Mary Clare Stevens, Executive Director of the Mike Kelley Fo.. Posted on October 8th, 2013.. 16mm films by Takahiko Iimura- Saturday Sept.. 28th.. 7:30 pm, 401 Miller Ave, Ann Arbor Takahiko Iimura (b.. 1937), one of Japan s pioneering experimental film and video artists, will make a very rare visit to Ann Arbor.. In this program, Iimura.. Posted on September 25th, 2013.. More AAFF news.. Store.. Shop for AAFF items in our store.. Newsletter.. Copyright 2013 Ann Arbor Film Festival.. All rights reserved.. Site by.. Elevated Works..

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  • Title: Festival History & Mission » Ann Arbor Film Fest
    Descriptive info: Festival History Mission.. The Ann Arbor Film Festival is the longest-running independent and experimental film festival in North America, established.. in 1963.. Internationally recognized as a premiere forum for independent filmmakers and artists, each year s festival engages audiences with remarkable cinematic experiences.. The six-day festival presents 40 programs with more than 180 films from over 20 countries of all lengths and genres, including experimental, animation, documentary, fiction, and performance-based works.. (.. 50th AAFF program guide.. ).. For its first four decades, the festival solely exhibited works finished on 16mm.. The AAFF remains committed to the exhibition of this medium among other formats including expanded cinematic forms.. Thousands of influential filmmakers and artists have exhibited early work at the AAFF, including Kenneth Anger, Agnes Varda, Andy Warhol, Gus Van Sant, Barbara Hammer, George Lucas, Les Blank, Matthew Buckingham, and James Benning.. In addition to exhibiting over one hundred new films in juried programs each year, the AAFF presents filmmaker retrospectives, gallery installations, panel discussions, historic and thematic surveys and contemporary artist programs.. Recent retrospectives have featured the  ...   a handful of Academy Award -qualifying festivals in the United States.. Our awards program presents more than $20,000 in cash and film stock/services to filmmakers.. The AAFF is a pioneer of the traveling film festival tour and each year presents.. short film programs.. at more than 35.. cinematheques,.. universities, museums and artist-run centers.. in the U.. S.. , Canada and Europe.. The festival began publishing DVD anthologies in 2008, and has produced four.. DVD collections.. with award-winning works available for home and educational viewing.. The AAFF also presents and partners on events throughout the year, which have included screenings with the Ann Arbor Summer Festival, University of Michigan Museum of Art (UMMA) and Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit (MOCAD).. The AAFF is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization sustained by the generous support of.. donors and members.. ,.. foundations and sponsors.. and enthusiastic audiences.. The 51st Ann Arbor Film Festival takes place March 19 - 24, 2013.. MISSION.. To support bold, visionary filmmakers, advance the art form of film and new media, and engage communities with remarkable cinematic experiences..

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  • Title: Staff & Board » Ann Arbor Film Fest
    Descriptive info: Staff Board.. Staff.. Leslie Raymond.. Executive Director.. David Dinnell.. Program Director.. Ellie White.. Operations Manager.. Tom Bray.. Technical Director.. Board of Directors.. Bruce Baker (President).. Michael Huget (Vice President).. Cynthia Nicely (Treasurer).. Matthew Graff (Secretary).. Russ Collins.. Constance Crump.. Theodore Kennedy.. Wendy Lawson..

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  • Title: AAFF Supporters » Ann Arbor Film Fest
    Descriptive info: The AAFF would like to thank all of our major donors for their dedication in helping fulfill our mission throughout the past 50 years.. Alec and Judy Allen , Bruce Baker and Genie Wolfson , Constance Crump and Jay Simrod, Cynthia Nicely, John Johnston and Mary Cronin, Josh Pokempner, Judith Kazis, Ken Burns, Larry Skiles , Lawrence Kasdan , Mark Evans, Martha Darling and Gil Omenn, Matthew Graff and Leslie Lawther, Michael Moore , Myrna Rugg and Richard Cronn, Peter and Rita Heydon, Ron and Robin Sober, Russ Collins and Deb Polich, The DeVarti Family , Sam Raimi, Steve Warrington and Courtney Mandryk Warrington, Tamara Real, Ted Kennedy , Wendy Lawson , 630 Club.. Thank you to all of our AAFF members.. :.. Alec and Judy Allen, John WC Baird , Bruce Baker and Genie Wolfson, Jim Roll and Ruth Bardenstein , Eric Bassey, Kathy and Steve Bergman, Cynthia and Joel Blum , Nancy Brucken , Anthony Byram , Dennis J.. Carter, Cezanne Charles, Clark Charnetski , Ellen and Hubert Cohen , Thomas Cook , Joanna Courteau , Constance Crump and Jay Simrod,  ...   , Theodore Kennedy , Sean Kenny, Shira and Steve Klein , Molly Kleinman and Pieter Kleymeer , Deborah Koons-Garcia, Matthew and Sonam Krichbaum, Wendy Lawson , Shawna Jo Lee , Joan Lowenstein, George Fisher and Kari Magill, Thomas and Lisa McKarns , Robert and Jim McKinley, Leland D Meister Austin , Daniel Menzo , Jeff Meyers , Barry Miller and Enid Wasserman, Michael Moore , Mary Morgan, Eli Neiburger, Lisa Nichols, Vivek Palavali , Kostas Pappas , Jennifer Proctor , Tamara Real , Theresa Reid , Myrna Jean Rugg and Richard Cronn , Jeffery Sabatini Anna Sampson and Daniel Herbert.. Jay and Susan Sandweiss , Mark Schreier, Judith Schwartz, Catherine Smillie , Patti Smith , Cory Snavely, Robin and Ron Sober , Barbara Kessler and Dick Soble , Nicholas J.. Stanley and Rebecca Lopez Kriss, David W Stockman, Doug Stratton , Christina Tabaczka , Rosalyn Tulip , Gary Vartanoff, Courtney Mandryk Warrington and Steve Warrington, Jackie Wright, Lynn Yates.. Thank you for Foundational Support from the following:.. Thank you especially to the Michigan Theater for providing a beautiful screening venue for our.. films..

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  • Title: Contact » Ann Arbor Film Fest
    Descriptive info: Office (and Shipping) Address:.. Ann Arbor Film Festival.. 217 N.. First St.. Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104.. Mailing Address:.. P.. O.. Box 8232.. Ann Arbor, Michigan 48107.. Phone: (734) 995-5356.. Fax: (734) 995-5396.. Email general inquiries:.. info@aafilmfest.. org.. Submission Information:.. submissions@aafilmfest.. Traveling Tour Information:.. tour@aafilmfest.. Festival Information:.. Volunteer Information:.. volunteers@aafilmfest..

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  • Title: Call for Entries Now Closed » Ann Arbor Film Fest
    Descriptive info: Call for Entries Now Closed.. Submissions for the 53rd AAFF will open July 1, 2014.. The 52nd AAFF will provide at least $20,000 in cash and film stock/services to more than 20 filmmakers, serves as a qualifying festival for Academy Award nomination in the short film category and provides touring opportunities for select filmmakers.. The 52nd AAFF will take place March 25 30,  ...   notififed regarding acceptance by approximately February 21, 2014 with the email address provided at the time of submission.. Please add.. mail@aafilmfest.. to your contact list to ensure receipt of notification.. Please contact Ellie White at.. if your email changes prior to notification.. To see a list of award winners from the 51st AAFF please.. click here.. To download the 51st AAFF program guide, please..

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  • Title: Jury Awards » Ann Arbor Film Fest
    Descriptive info: The Ann Arbor Film Festival is committed to providing direct support to filmmakers.. Our 2014 awards competition will present over $19,000 to filmmakers through cash and film stock/processing.. Winning an award at the AAFF means not only prestige and financial support, but can also qualify filmmakers for Oscar -nomination by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences in the short film category (qualifying awards: Best of Festival, Best Experimental Film, Best Animation, Best Narrative).. Below is a list of awards from the 51st Ann Arbor Film Festival:.. Ken Burns Award for Best of the Festival.. $3,000.. Presented to the film of any genre or length that best represents the artistic standards of excellence for the festival.. This award is generously provided by influential documentary filmmaker, Ken Burns, a graduate of Ann Arbor s Pioneer High School.. Lawrence Kasdan Award for.. Best Narrative Film.. $1,000.. The narrative film that best makes use of film s unique ability to convey striking and original stories will receive this award distinction.. A notable Hollywood filmmaker, Lawrence Kasdan got his start in Ann Arbor at the University of Michigan and continues his connection through support of this festival award.. Chris Frayne Award for Best Animated Film.. Recognizing the animated film that delivers the best style, creativity, and content.. This award is given in honor of the spirit of Chris Frayne, a key participant in the festival s early years, whose approach to life was reminiscent of his colorful cartoon characters.. Special thanks to Ann Arbor s colorful Quack!Media for lead support of this award.. The Barbara Aronofsky Latham Award for Emerging Experimental Video Artist.. This award intends to provide support to the most promising video artist at the inception of her/his career.. Distributed by the Video Data Bank, the award was conceived by the Aronofsky family to honor the late Barbara Aronofsky Latham, a Chicago-based experimental video artist who passed away in 1984.. Prix DeVarti for Funniest Film.. Awarded to the film likely to create the most laughs in the festival.. This prize honors the 40-year friendship between Dominick s pub and the Ann Arbor Film Festival, and honors the memory of Dominick and Alice DeVarti.. Art Science Award.. This award honors the lmmaker whose work best uses the art form of lm and video to explore scienti c concepts, research natural phenomena or embrace real world experimentation.. Provided by Gil Omenn who seeks to encourage a positive exchange between the arts and sciences.. Peter Wilde Award for Most Technically Innovative Film.. $500.. The film which displays the most pioneering, cutting-edge technical innovations will receive this award.. Peter Wilde  ...   the Ann Arbor Film Festival.. Proceeds from his film, Roger and Me, fund this annual award.. Stan Brakhage Film at Wit s End Award.. For a film artist whose work exemplifies the ideals of the individual creating, through deep personal necessity, a revealing and thought-provoking visual expression of formal innovation and integrity.. FotoKem / Colorlab Award for Best Cinematography.. $1,750 processing.. For the film that demonstrates the highest excellence and creativity in cinematography.. The recipient of this award will receive $750 of film processing from Colorlab, a full-service film laboratory and telecine house since 1973 or $1,000 of film processing from FotoKem, an independently-owned, full-service post production facility since 1963.. Tom Berman Award for Most Promising Filmmaker.. This award is intended to support an emerging filmmaker that the Award Jury expects will make a significant contribution to the art of film in the course of his/her filmmaking career.. This award is endowed by the Berman family in honor of the memory of Tom Berman, who was a University of Michigan film student, an early festival supporter and close friend to many within the festival community.. George Manupelli Founder s Spirit Award.. Provided to the filmmaker that best captures the bold and iconoclastic spirt of the founder of the Ann Arbor Film Festival, George Manupelli, whose vision for the festival continues to this day.. The Eileen Maitland Award.. This award is to be given to the film that best addresses women s issues and gives voice to female voices.. It was created to honor of the spirit and memory of Eileen Maitland who was a dear friend and long-time supporter of the festival, as well as a patron and practitioner of the arts.. Award for Best International Film.. Granted to the film produced outside of the United States which most strongly wins over our Award Jury.. This award is provided by Tios Mexican Cafe, serving Ann Arbor since 1986.. The No Violence Award.. $512.. Provided to reward the film that best exemplifies themes and images of peace, whether addressing the topic directly or simply turning the mind toward gentleness.. No depictions of weaponry or fighting, human or animal suffering, or destructive activities.. Provided by Ann Arbor residents Matthew Graff and Leslie Lawther.. Award for Best Music Video.. $300.. Provided to recognize excellence in the art form of music video, which serves as a unique collaborative relationship between musician and film/video maker.. This award is supported by Ann Arbor s beloved and independently owned Wazoo Records.. $2,000.. Remaining prize monies that are distributed at the awards jurors discretion as special recognition for films of distinction and artistic accomplishment..

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  • Title: AAFF Media Accreditation » Ann Arbor Film Fest
    Descriptive info: AAFF Media Accreditation.. We are now accepting applications for Media Accreditation for the 52nd Ann Arbor Film Festival which takes place Match 25 - 30, 2014 in Ann Arbor, Michigan.. Loading..

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  • Title: Tour » Ann Arbor Film Fest
    Descriptive info: Tour Program.. The AAFF is a pioneer of the traveling film festival tour concept, starting with film screenings in Paris, Los Angeles and Berkeley in 1964.. Since that time, the AAFF Tour has presented hundreds of influential works, including films by Barbara Hammer, Gus Van Sant, Sally Cruikshank, Don Hertzfeldt, Bill Brown, Ross McLaren, Paul Winkler, James Duesing, Martha Colburn and Jay Rosenblatt.. Beginning in July 2011 and continuing through February 2012, the Ann Arbor Film Festival Tour will visit galleries, art house theaters, universities, media arts centers and cinematheques throughout the world.. Our tour offers several distinct programs of recent independent and experimental short films from the 49th Ann Arbor Film Festival across all genres: experimental, documentary, animation, narrative and hybrids.. The tour provides filmmakers the unique opportunity of having their work screened in front of audiences for whom, in some places, the tour venue is their only access to this form of film art.. Each filmmaker participating in the AAFF Tour is also paid for each tour stop, thereby helping to directly support their filmmaking.. The AAFF Tour offers a digital program (divided into two 90-minute parts) and a 16mm program.. Click here to see.. the complete listing of  ...   program, we provide high-quality still images, a customized PDF for printing posters/flyers, a customized PDF program summary, festival graphics and copy.. In addition, the AAFF promotes each tour stop on its website and monthly eNewsletter (12,000 active subscribers), and will conduct basic press outreach to each tour stops host city to help ensure media coverage.. To book the tour at your venue, please email Maria Feldman at.. "The AAFF touring show is a superbly curated collection that allows Filmforum to provide its audience with the latest and best, well documented and supported with publicity materials.. ".. -- Adam Hyman, Programmer, Los Angeles Filmforum.. "The AAFF has been at the forefront of experimental and avant-garde programming for decades and Brooklyn audiences appreciated the opportunity to see the latest work from both leading and emerging independent filmmakers.. -- Florence Almozini, Director of Programming, BAMcinématek, NYC.. "The AAFF Tour fills our theater whenever its in town.. It s not just an opportunity to see both primitive and cutting-edge cinema, its a chance to see the WORLD- as it is, imagined and re-created by filmmakers.. " -- Angel Vasquez, Assistant Professor, Bowling Green State University.. Past AAFF Tours.. 49th AAFF Tour.. program line-ups.. 48th AAFF Tour..

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  • Title: 51st Tour Programs » Ann Arbor Film Fest
    Descriptive info: The 51st AAFF Tour offers 29 short films available in multiple programs, each featuring award-winning and favorite new selected works.. Part A.. Part B.. 16mm Program.. Digital Program - Part A [81 minutes].. Marcel, King of Tervuren.. (Tom Schroeder).. St.. Paul, MN | 2012 | 6 min.. Marcel survives the bird flu, alcohol, sleeping pills and his son Max.. Though blinded in one eye, he remains the King of Tervuren.. A Greek tragedy as acted out by Belgian roosters.. TS.. Pittsburgh 8/5/68.. (Ted Kennedy).. Brooklyn, NY | 2013 | 2.. 5 min.. IMAGE: Raid at Erectors Club (Pittsburgh 8/5/68).. SOUND: Turn Around, Look At Me by The Vogues (Pittsburgh 6/15/1968).. is part of a series of films based on the original 16mm camera rolls from a Pittsburgh TV news station during 1968/69.. I Am Micro.. (Shumona Goel, Shai Heredia).. Bombay, India | 2012 | 15 min.. Shot in an abandoned optics factory and centered on the activities of a low budget film crew,.. is an experimental essay about filmmaking, the medium of film, and the spirit of making independent cinema.. SG, SH.. Handful of Dust.. (Hope Tucker).. Boston, MA | 2013 | 9 min.. Prussian blue can be used to render images and counteract radiation poisoning.. This obituary is composed of sequences of hundreds of cyanotypes, exposed in the sand using paper sensitized with handmade emulsion and negatives from a 1954 American film shot in Cinemascope.. Rates of cancer in the film s cast and crew reflect that it was shot downwind during the period of above ground nuclear testing.. , produced in the Utah canyon where the 1954 film was shot, is designed as an antidote to recover the memory of the downwinders.. Buffalo Death Mask.. (Mike Hoolboom).. Toronto, ON, Canada | 2013 | 23 min.. A conversation with Canadian painter Stephen Andrews returns us to a pre cocktail moment, when being HIV+ afforded us the consolation of certainty.. Wrest.. (Kent Lambert).. Chicago, IL | 2012 | 5 min.. Kent Lambert reinvents footage deposited in the Chicago Film Archives into a psychedelic dream narrative of collapsed ambitions and subliminal desire.. Home movies, stag films and wrestling newsreels combine with the motirik rhythms of Chicago s CAVE to produce a stuttering, shivering mid-western dream beast.. Dancers, puppets, headlocks and Disneyland share split seconds in this dense and driven collage.. Someone behind the door knocks at irregular intervals.. (James Lowne).. London, England | 2010 | 5 min.. Julia spends the day at the leisure center where she slips into a somber reverie.. As her thoughts continue she becomes aware of the possibility that perhaps she never came here at all.. Outside in the sun, the stillness changes the road, it s inherent notion of speed has dissipated, allowing the surface to be felt.. JL.. Here is Everything.. (Duke and Battersby).. Lafayette, NY | 2013 | 15 min.. Here Is Everything.. presents itself as a message from The Future, as narrated by a cat and a rabbit, spirit guides who explain that they ve decided to speak to us via a contemporary art video because they understand this to be our highest form of communication.. Their cheeky introduction, however, belies the complex set of ideas that fill the remainder of the film.. Death, God, and attaining and maintaining a state of Grace are among the thematic strokes winding their way through the piece, rapturously illustrated with animation, still and video imagery.. It is a work that contains specific details about its themes, but sufficiently ambiguous and free of dogma, including religious dogma that, our futuristic visitors explain, is a vestigial leftover from an earlier phase of revolution.. And while Death is an ever-present rumination, so are Redemption, Affirmation, and Possibility.. D B.. Digital Program - Part B [84 minutes].. The Deep End.. (Jake Fried).. Boston, MA | 2013 | 1 min.. Psychedelic, hypnotic, and obsessive, Jake Fried s hand-drawn animations are created with ink, white-out and coffee to crack open fleeting views of a retro-futurist world.. In Hanford.. (Chris Mars).. Minneapolis, MN | 2012 | 5 min.. Combining fact, firsthand accounts and empathetic fantasy of the victims plight,.. is a fantastic exploration of real, but little known, incidents in Hanford, Washington, where the local environment was poisoned as a result of cold war era nuclear arms manufacture.. Burning Star.. (Joshua Gen Solondz).. Brooklyn, NY | 2011 | 4 min.. Dedicated to my father, who asked that I make a more colorful work.. Made during my residency at the now defunct Experimental  ...   Japan | 2012 | 21 min.. "It s been a long winter.. The bear woke up midnight from hunger.. A story about a bear who ate his entire family during the winter hibernation.. NT.. 16mm Program [68 minutes].. Places With Meaning.. (Scott Fitzpatrick).. Winnipeg, MB, Canada | 2012 | 3 min.. In 1997 Microsoft created the truetype dingbats font Webdings, the highly anticipated sequel to Wingdings.. Controversy had circulated around the original font, so for the sequel special attention was paid to the places the bats depicted, and how those places were represented (intentionally and unintentionally).. Orpheus (outtakes).. (Mary Helena Clark).. Oakland, CA | 2012 | 6 min.. "opens up cinema and film material itself to oneric permeability, plumbing the art with its own tools and finding, under its surface, evocative subterranean passageways.. " Daniel Kasman.. Ritournelle.. (Christopher Becks, Peter Miller).. Berlin, Germany | 2012 | 4 min.. A kind of exquisite corpse , Ritournelle is a serendipitous pairing with sound recorded by Miller on the film preceding the inscription of image by Becks.. Decroux s Garden.. (Baba Hillman).. Amherst, MA | 2012 | 4 min.. A return after many years to the home of a beloved teacher.. I am less than a trace returning to this garden, but I am here and my heart turns, hearing again, though differently, the songs that hang here still, in the breath of this place.. BH.. Despedida (Farewell).. (Alexandra Cuesta).. US/Ecuador | 2013 | 10 min.. Shot in Boyle Heights in East Los Angeles, this neighborhood historically formed by cultural transition resonates with the poetry of local resident Mapkaulu Roger Nduku.. Verses about endings, looking and passing through open up the space projected.. A string of tableaus gather a portrait of place and compose a goodbye letter to an ephemeral home.. AC.. Hay Algo Y Se Va.. (There is Something.. Now It s Gone.. (Kimberly Forero-Arnias).. Boston, MA | 2013 | 3 min.. Family footage is gathered and sifted to create a perpetual sea of bodies, gestures and gazes that collide to create a familiar yet estranging reunion.. Encounters I May or May Not have Had with Peter Berlin.. (Mariah Garnett) Los Angeles, CA | 2012 | 14 min.. Encounters I May Or May Not Have Had With Peter Berlin deals primarily with monumentality, narcissism and the ways in which our heroes are embedded into our identities, and manifested through the body.. Through a variety of gestures, the pervasiveness of this practice is highlighted alongside its ultimate, inevitable failure.. The viewer moves through various stages of anxiety, idolization and actual touchdown with 70 s gay sex icon Peter Berlin himself, capturing both the apparent and the hidden.. The film guides the viewer through the process of making contact with a figure who exists only in his own photographs.. Persian Pickles.. (Jodie Mack).. Lebanon, NH | 2012 | 3 min.. Fractal phonics accompany a delicate study of psychedelic paisley patterns.. JM.. Rating Dogs on a Scale of 1 to 10.. (Mark Toscano).. Los Angeles, CA | 2012 | 3 min.. Truth as held to be self-evident, however inconsequential or ludicrously subjective.. Truth as not a matter of opinion.. A meaningless game of arbitrary pronouncements that hopes to suggest other contexts in which similar games are far more insidious, while still giving viewers a good time.. Ultimately though, a film that is probably too delightful to be anything but cute.. MT.. 106 River Road.. (Josh Weissbach).. Milwaukee, WI | 2011 | 6 min.. connects the recorded document to the generated artifact, which move together upon a two-way timeline between the literal and the abstract.. JW.. WEST: What I know about her.. (Kathryn Ramey).. Roslindale, MA | 2012 | 20 min.. is an experimental documentary about Elizabeth Crandall Perry: adventurer, midwife and distant ancestor to the filmmaker.. Ramey and her 5-yr old son, explore the path Perry took across the American West and film side-by-side through monuments to American expansionism until they arrive at the family farm in Oregon.. Juxtaposing found footage, historical narrative and contemporary looks at the Willamette Valley, the film is a meditation on how to understand a past fraught with contradictory points of view and the role of the artist in the making of meaning.. Century.. (Kevin Jerome Everson).. Charlottesville, VA | 2012 | 7 min.. consists of a General Motors automobile, a Buick Century, meeting it s fate.. General Motors doors, quarter panels, trunks, hoods and roofs were created at the defunct stamping plant in my hometown of Mansfield, Ohio.. KJE..

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  • Title: Current Tour Schedule » Ann Arbor Film Fest
    Descriptive info: Pittsburgh Filmmakers.. Oct 4, 2013 - 7:30pm 9:15pm.. Program:.. Pittsburgh, PA.. Grosse Pointe Public Library.. Oct 24, 2013 - 7:00pm.. Program: Library.. Grosse Pointe, MI.. Rhode Island School of Design.. Nov 9, 2013 - 5:00pm.. Program: TBD.. Providence, RI.. AAFF Executive Director Leslie Raymond in attendance.. Los Angeles Filmforum.. Dec 15, 2013 - 7:00pm.. Los Angeles, CA.. Olaf College.. Jan 21, 2014 - 7:00pm.. Northfield, MN.. Jan 22, 2014 - 7:00pm..

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