Aurora Picture Show presents Ann Arbor Film Festival's 16mm Film Tour Program


Aurora Picture Show hosts the 16mm Film Tour program from the Ann Arbor Film Festival, the longest-running independent and experimental film festival in North America, established in 1963 and internationally recognized as a premiere forum for independent filmmakers and artists.

The collection of works exist at the intersection of abstraction and representation, such as films that depict the intimate world of the pages of a children's book, an owl's eye view of suburban flora, fragmented views of a Tokyo subway, otherworldly visions of mountain landscapes and a kinetic journey along the Bosphorus Strait. Recent films by Tomonari Nishikawa, Fern Silva, Jodie Mack, Jennifer Reeves, Rob Todd, Jonathan Schwartz, Charlotte Pryce, Linda Scobie, Norbert Shieh and Robert Schaller will be screened.

The Ann Arbor Film Festival is a pioneer of the traveling film festival concept, having launched tour screenings in Paris, Los Angeles and Berkeley in 1964. Each year the AAFF exhibits select films around the world in art house theaters, museums, universities, cinematheques and media art centers.



Aurora Picture Show
2442 Bartlett St.
Houston, TX 77098


$10 general public; free for Aurora Picture Show members.
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