The Ann Arbor Film Festival has been doing the avant-garde thing since about 1963, making it the longest-standing festival of its kind on our fair continent. Too generous to keep the cinematic riches cooped up on the Midwestern tundra, organizers send a selection of films on the road each year. This weekend, the cream of the 43rd fest will be on display at Aurora Picture Show in two programs. Saturday night's stuff was all shot on 16-millimeter film, while the Sunday afternoon screening is exclusively digital.... More >>>