48th Annual Ann Arbor Film Festival

Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

The longest running independent and experimental film festival in North America, the Ann Arbor Film Festival allows a unique forum to experience a variety of avant-garde works in high quality format.  Aurora Picture Show and the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston collaborate on a program that includes Jim Trainor's The Presentation Theme (Winner of the Stan Brakhage Film at Wit's End award), as well as Robert Todd's Golden Hour (Winner of the No Violence Award 48th AAFF), Denise Oleksijczuk's Role, Steve Cossman's TUSSLEMUSCLE, Alexandra Cuesta's Piensa en Mi, Naoyuki Tsuj's Zephyr, Peter Herwitz's Gesturings, Gregory Godhard's Collide-a-Scope, and Laida Lertxundi's My Tears Are Dry.



MFAH Brown Auditorium Theater
1001 Bissonnet St.
Houston, TX 77005


$7 general public, $6 MFAH and Aurora members, seniors, students.
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