You can see a list of all the films in all the categories here.
The festival also contracts with an independent company - Festival Genius - for software for film festival schedules. The Anchorage Festival's schedule - all the dates and times and locations of the films are there.
|Screen shot from AIFF 2013|
It takes a little time to get used to, but you can sort by
- event (there are also parties, awards, screen blocks*, and workshops)
- category (to see the Features, or Documentaries, or Animated, etc.)
- country (there are 24 different countries listed that films come from)
- venue (Bear Tooth, Alaska Experience Theater, Museum, etc.)
If you click the image, it will take you to that page and you can experiment with it.
Beware: [Dean Franklin, the AIFF computer guy, corrected this in the comment below. Just click on the AIFF banner in Festival Genius and you get back to the AIFF pages. I wonder how long that's been the case. I know the first year it wasn't. Thanks, Dean.]
*screening blocks are groups of shorter films that are shown together in a single program.
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