61st Ann Arbor Film Festival Traveling Tour – Program #1

Location: Rubenstein Arts Center Film Theater

61st Ann Arbor Film Festival Traveling Tour – Program #1

Established in 1963, the Ann Arbor Film Festival is the oldest avant garde and experimental film festival in North America. In 2023, the festival featured 46 programs with over 170 films from nearly 40 countries of all lengths and genres, including experimental, animation, documentary, narrative, hybrid, and performance based works. Join us for a screening of Program #1. 

Program #1:

Parasite Family (Prapat Jiwarangsan, 2022, Bangkok, Thailand, 5 min)
2cent / 10coil (Monteith McCollum, 2022, Binghamton, NY, 10 min)
Eclipsis (Tania Hernández Velasco, 2022, Mexico City, Mexico, 16 min)
Daron, Daron Colbert (Kevin Edward Steen, 2022, Detroit, MI, 14 min)
Language Unknown (Janelle VanderKelen, 2022, Milwaukee, WI / Barcelona, Spain, 7 min)
Arrest in Flight (Adrian Flury, 2021, Zug, Switzerland, 8 min)
Diomysus (Emily Elizabeth Morus-Jones, 2022, Bangor, UK, 5 min)
rough cut botanical (Wendy Kirkup, 2022, Glasgow, UK, 8 min)

Total run time: 79 min

For full program details, download Program #1 pdf.

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Screen/Society screenings are free and open to the public.

Parking Info:  https://artscenter.duke.edu/parking


As we welcome audiences back for in-person screening events, we are prioritizing the health and safety of our extended community. Keeping each other safe during events will require collaboration and we are grateful for your support. Screen/Society and the Rubenstein Arts Center will adhere to all university, local, and state regulations on and off campus, which are subject to change on short notice depending on public health conditions.

Vaccination Status: We strongly encourage audience members to be fully vaccinated or have a recent negative PCR test before attending an event.  Duke University currently requires all students and employees to be vaccinated. More information on Duke University’s COVID-19 response.

Masking: Current Duke University guidelines for events apply to all presentations on campus.  As of 09/22/2022, masks are no longer mandatory for indoor screenings, though the policy could change again in the future. Masking remains one of the most effective ways to protect yourself and others, and is strongly recommended, especially in indoor settings. We should respect an individual’s decision to wear a mask even if it is not required.

Stay Home If You Are Feeling Sick: If you are feeling or showing symptoms of COVID-19 or if you believe you might have come into contact with someone with COVID-19 in the last 14 days, please stay home.

Seating: For our screenings, seating is based on a first-come basis. We encourage everyone to be respectful during performances and maintain distancing as they feel comfortable.

Enhanced Cleaning: Venues on Duke University’s campus are operating under restricted access and receive enhanced cleaning and sanitization of high-touch surfaces. Duke University venue ventilation is in accordance with CDC guidelines.

Hand Hygiene: Hand sanitizer stations are positioned throughout campus venues for your convenience.

Healthy Team: All employees and vendors are required to be symptom free before entering the building, as well as wear masks at all times, and frequently wash their hands during shifts.

Still from Ann Arbor Traveling Tour

Contact: Hank Okazaki

Email: hokazak@duke.edu

Sponsor: Master of Fine Arts in Experimental & Documentary Arts

Co-Sponsors: Duke Cinematic Arts