49th Ann Arbor Film Festival Volume 4
The Ann Arbor Film Festival is the longest-running independent and experimental film festival in North America, established in 1963. The festival serves as a premier showcase for bold, pioneering, art driven films and engages audiences with talented independent filmmakers.

A collection of eight films from the 49th Ann Arbor Film Festival, featuring award winning films such as, The Florestine Collection, In the Absence of Light, Darkness Prevails, I Touched Her Legs and other notable films such as Ray's Birds, Little Brother, Miramare, Broad Channel and 28.IV.81 (Descending Figures).

DVD9 | NTSC | 90 min. | 4.13 Gb + 3% rec
Language: English
Subtitles: none
Genre: Experimental

-- Ray's Birds - Deborah Stratman (2010, 7 min.)
-- Little Brother - Callum Cooper (2010, 7 min.)
-- I Touched Her Legs - Eva Marie Rodbro (2010, 15 min.)
-- 28.IV.81 (Descending Figures) - Christopher Harris (3 min.)
-- Broad Channel - Sarah J. Christman (2010, 13 min.)
-- Miramare - Michaela Muller (2009, 8 min.)
-- In The Absence of Light, Darkness Prevails - Fern Silva (2010, 13 min.)
-- The Florestine Collection - Helen Hill, completed by Paul Gailiunas (2010, 31 min.)
-- Extras: 49th AAFF trailer by Jodie Mack; 49th AAFF trailer by Sean Patrick.

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