The 59th annual Ann Arbor Film Fest goes virtual, again 


Go ahead and hit pause on those CGI-heavy Marvel movies, un-wonderful D.C. flops, and head-spinning convoluted Christopher Nolan flicks, because the 59th Annual Ann Arbor Film Festival returns with a selection of thoughtfully curated and bold independent films from all over the world that you can watch from the safety and comfort of your own home… again.

The festival, which in years before COVID-19, has taken place at Ann Arbor’s Michigan Theater, will once again be held virtually, offering individual at-home screening opportunities, as well as all-access passes to view the festival’s many experimental, documentary, narrative, and animated screenings from all over the world.

Touted as the oldest independent and experimental film festival in North America, responsible for introducing the early works of filmmakers such as Kenneth Anger, Brian DePalma, Barbara Hammer, George Lucas, Yoko Ono, Gus Van Sant, Agnes Varda, and Andy Warhol, this year’s fest will take place March 23-28.

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