48th AAFF – Six Days of Inspiring Cinematic Exploration
The Ann Arbor Film Festival is the longest-running North American independent and experimental film festival. Founded in 1963, the AAFF was independent before “independent film,” serving as a critical forum for filmmakers to show their creative work outside of the studio film industry. Today the festival continues its strongly independent spirit as a premier showcase for bold, visionary, experimental and high-caliber films.
The 48th Ann Arbor Film Festival will take place March 23-28, 2010 at the historic Michigan and State Theaters in downtown Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Tickets & Passes Now On Sale
Full festival passes for $95 and weekend passes for $55 are now available for purchase. Tickets for screenings will be $9 general admission and $7 students/seniors. Advance tickets are recommended for any program in the Screening Room, due to more limited seating capacity.
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