NPR covers Ann Arbor Film Fest

When you hit your golden celebration you get noticed. Last week's 50th Ann Arbor Film Fest gets some love... along with the experimental films they feature.


"Leighton Pierce, a filmmaker and installation artist, calls the Ann Arbor Film Festival his favorite, in part because the films are screened in the Michigan Theater, a "gorgeous" space with nice seats and an organ player.

"Normally experimental film is shown in dark, basement-like places," explains Pierce.

He first entered the festival in 1981 with his 16mm film "He Likes to Chop Down Trees."

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