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 (22 min)
The much sought-after, two-letter web domain suffix of the title is examined as both a form of capital and an emblem of a country on the brink of a climate-induced catastrophe in this simultaneously humorous and illuminating essay film centered on the environmentally contentiousPacific Islands of Tuvalu.
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165708

 
 (7 min)
Shot entirely on 16mm black and white film using single frame photography, 165708 employs in-camera techniques and chemica l manipulation of processed film to produce an eidetic study of temporal elasticity. Techniques include stop motion, time-lapse, light painting, flicker, tinting, and toning. Combined with cycles of alternating exposed frames, these methods imbue the work with a rhythmic magnetism, apparent both in the tempo and the aesthetic of the images. A dynamic original score by the acclaimed composer Graham Stewart accompanies the film.
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20160815

 
 (3 min)
Is there life after HD? And most of all: will awareness begin to revolt at some time when HD is implanted in all of our minds as a standard without alternative? Such questions seem to be at the conceptual base of Tina Frank’s 20160815. She has collaborated with Pita (Peter Rehberg), whose track “20150609” congenially elevates Frank’s eruptive pop approach to a higher, shared, techno-visionary level. In doing so, both share the intention of radically undermining the smooth, unquestioned aspects of digital culture.
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5:24am Pizza Shop Johannesburg

 
 (1 min)
It was 5:24am at a pizza shop in Johannesburg.
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601 Revir Drive

 
 (9 min)
A series of spatial limits are defined while a maker imbibes. Interdependence is inherited after a substance cannot be shook. An animal carefully guards an outlined space as a river runs backwards.
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Aliens

 
 (23 min)
An icon on the ’80s “Movida” scene in Madrid, Tesa Arranz, the lead singer of the Zombies, has painted over 500 portraits of extraterrestrials. Told via her paintings, memories, poems, and diaries, Arranz narrates her own story of liberation, experimentation, and alienation.
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All the Great Operas in 10 Minutes

 
 (10 min)
A delightful and witty cut-out animation that recaps notable opera plot summaries and scandalous actions, while counting the number of deaths. 31st AAFF
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Almost Nothing: So Continues the Night

 
 (12 min)
Film revolves around a light bulb like the earth around the sun. Light makes the film visible. In the orbit of the film tragedy and our reality, the image resists the cruelty of the experiment.
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American Hunger

 
 (9 min)
Oscillating between a street festival in Philadelphia, the slave forts and capital city of Ghana, and the New Jersey shore, American Hunger explores the relationship between personal experience and collective histories. American fantasies confront African realities. African realities confront America fantasies. African fantasies confront American realities. American realities confront African fantasies…
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An Empty Threat

 
 (8 min)
A sequence of truces. A personality test offering mostly slippage.
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Anchor

 
 (5 min)
Anchor is a video collage which weaves news footage of the events and reporting of Hurricane Katrina’s aftermath in New Orleans during the Summer of 2005 with that of the ongoing water crisis in Flint, Michigan, which began in 2014. This work examines the unnatural disaster of environmental racism in both its occurrence and the curated display/obscuration of its occurrence in popular mass media outlets.
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Ann Arbor Art Center Reception

Thu, Mar 22 4:00 PM (120 min)
This reception for Ann Arbor Art Center installations features i am also We, by Razan AlSalah and Hyun Wook Seo; David Olson’s Radical Democracy project; and a performance by Good Evening Gumm.
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Annie Lloyd

 
 (17 min)
The filmmaker’s unflinching, poetic, look at the final years of her mother's life.
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Annihilation

 
 (6 min)
A mysterious band of musicians travel to a decrepit medieval city, where their actions lead to their execution and, subsequently, a fateful journey through the bowels of Hell.
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Award Screening 1

Sun, Mar 25 6:00 PM (90 min)
A collection of award-winning films from the 56th Ann Arbor Film Festival. Lineup announced on Sunday, March 25th.
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Award Screening 2

Sun, Mar 25 8:00 PM (90 min)
A collection of award-winning films from the 56th Ann Arbor Film Festival. Lineup announced on Sunday, March 25th.
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Ayesha

 
 (20 min)
An imaginary biography of my mother who, in her youth, dreamed of being a Bollywood dancer. In a lush fantasy through the heart of India, I reclaim her destiny and desires lost in another age.
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Batum

 
 (8 min)
Batum explores ways in which memories become fiction once recorded, and how in this process of recording the camera itself holds a mysterious agency.
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Beneath the Skin

 
 (12 min)
A young woman tells a story of a murder that seems true, but not.
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Beyond Resistance: Seizing the Revolutionary Moment

Sat, Mar 24 12:00 PM (60 min)
Radical Democracy activist and artist David Olson leads a public discussion with a panel of media makers, activists, and organizers, including Bernadine Dohrn and Bill Ayers of Weather Underground, Alan Haber of Students for a Democratic Society, and Moumita Ahmed of People for Bernie Sanders and Millennials for Revolution. Other panelists and in-gallery media-making opportunities are TBA.
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