The Ann Arbor Film Festival in Michigan is one of the longest-running independent film festivals in North America and is known for its experimental film explorations.
Tuesday and Wednesday, the Nickelodeon Theatre will get an Ann Arbor film fest in miniature as part of the festival’s traveling tour.
This 80-minute program provides a condensed curation of the six-day festival’s award winners and audience favorites, including shorts, documentaries, live-action and animation.
The festival’s mission is to “support bold, visionary filmmakers, advance the art form of film and new media, and engage communities with remarkable cinematic experiences.”
7 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday, 1607 Main Street, $10, (803) 254-3433, nickelodeon.org