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Ann Arbor Film Festival 16mm Short Films: Los Angeles Filmforum

Ann Arbor Film Festival 16mm films at the Los Angeles Filmforum The Los Angeles Filmforum will present the 50th Ann Arbor Film Festival's 16mm short-film show, featuring recent U.S.-made experimental, narrative, documentary and animated movies. The program, which will be screened at 7:30 p.m. on Sunday, February 3, at the Steven Spielberg Theatre at the Egyptian Theatre complex on Hollywood Boulevard, also includes two films from the Los Angeles area and several L.A. premieres. L.A.-based filmmaker Charlotte Pryce, whose Curious Light is part of the program, is expected to attend the screening. (Image: Owl in Robert Todd's Undergrowth.) Among the other 16mm short films screening at the Spielberg Theatre are the following: Fern Silva's Passage Upon the Plume (“Plumes dust […]


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Ann Arbor Film Festival 16mm Short Films: Los Angeles Filmforum



Ann Arbor Film Festival Special Guests

The 46th Ann Arbor Film Festival will be held from March 25–30. More than 100 independent filmmakers from around the world are expected to attend, in addition to several special guests on a night devoted to freedom of speech issues. Among those guests are Hustler magazine publisher Larry Flynt, cinematographer-filmmaker Ellen Kuras, and artist Steve Kurtz. Larry Flynt will join producer-director Joan Brooker-Marks for the screening of her documentary Larry Flynt: The Right to be Left Alone, which plays on Saturday, March 29 at 7:30pm at the Michigan Theater. From the Ann Arbor festival website: “Both hero and villain, purveyor of pornography and tireless civil rights advocate, the always controversial publisher of Hustler magazine Larry Flynt is the subject of […]


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Ann Arbor Film Festival Special Guests