A Few Bright Spots in the Desert: A Report on the 62nd Ann Arbor Film Festival

by Joshua Peinado As the oldest avant garde film festival in North America, the Ann Arbor Film Festival has proudly staked its claim as one of the foremost bastions for emerging experimental filmmakers. There is not only the distinction of playing a film in the festival that has had the likes of Kenneth Anger, Phil Solomon, and Nathaniel Dorsky but also a range of cash … Continue reading A Few Bright Spots in the Desert: A Report on the 62nd Ann Arbor Film Festival