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‘110 Films from 31 Countries Featured in Ann Arbor Film Festival’

The Ann Arbor Film Festival (AAFF), established in 1963, holds the distinction of being the oldest avant-garde and experimental film festival in North America. Renowned as a premier platform for independent filmmakers and artists, the festival showcases extraordinary cinematic works that captivate audiences. This year, for the third time, the festival will be presented in a hybrid format, allowing selected filmmakers to reach global audiences from March 26 through April 7. The in-person component of the festival will be held in Ann Arbor, Michigan, from March 26 to 31.

The 62nd AAFF will be judged by three distinguished filmmakers: Su Friedrich, Deanna Morse, and Wenhua Shi. Each juror will curate a program showcasing their own work, which will also be available for online viewing.

Some of the highlights of the upcoming festival include:
– 2,971 film submissions from 92 countries
– 110 films in competition from 31 countries
– 10 featured films in competition
– 89 premieres, including 29 world premieres, 48 North American premieres, and 12 United States premieres

Tickets and passes for both the in-person and online components of the festival are now on sale. To stay updated on the latest festival news, follow AAFF on Instagram, Facebook, YouTube, and Vimeo.

For more information and to view the complete festival schedule, visit