The 52nd annual Ann Arbor Film Festival will screen Brett Kashmere’s From Deep, Ben Russell and Ben Rivers’ A Spell to Ward Off the Darkness and loads more.
The 5th annual Migrating Forms will debut 4 new films by artist Ryan Trecartin, screen Drew Tobia’s See You Next Tuesday, show short films by Laida Lertxundi and Andrew Lampert and more.
The 51st Ann Arbor Film Festival, held back on March 19-24, gave out 20 awards to 28 films, as selected by the three-panel jury of filmmakers Kevin Jerome Everson, Laida Lertxundi and Marcin Gizycki.
The 51st annual Ann Arbor Film Festival features films by Kevin Jerome Everson, Penny Lane, Lynne Sachs, Kent Lambert, Jodie Mack, Jack Smith and tons more.
The 24th annual Onion City Experimental Film and Video Festival is screening Lewis Klahr’s The Pettifogger, plus films by Jesse McLean, Clint Enns, Ken Jacobs and more.
The 3rd annual Crossroads in San Francisco will honor Chick Strand, show the complete work of Laida Lerxtundi, plus Ken Jacob’s latest film and much more.
The fourth annual Migrating Forms media festival includes new work by Naomi Uman, Jesse McLean and Laida Lerxtundi; a special program curated by Ed Halter; a celebration of Chuck Jones and a ton more.
The 25th annual Images Festival is screening feature-length work by Jacqueline Goss and Ben Rivers; and short work by Jodie Mack, Clint Enns, Alexandre Larose and more.
The 50th annual Ann Arbor Film Festival gave out a ton of awards to deserving filmmakers, such as Don Hertzfeldt, Sylvia Schedelbauer, Robert Todd, Jonathan Schwartz and more.
The San Francisco Cinematheque is gearing up for their 3rd annual Crossroads Moving Image Arts Festival, which will run May 18-20 at the Victoria Theater. The fest will screen “recent and rediscovered avant-garde and experimental works” and they’re raising funds via Kickstarter to help pay for filmmaker travel, venue rental, projectionists’ salaries, print rentals, catalogue