AIFF 2019

Anchorage International Film Festival - AIFF 2019
Part 1: What's Happening Today?  

Dec. 12, 2019.  Thursday already

You can see the Friday list here.

Today is all Alaska Experience Theater and Museum starting at 4pm.

Latest Posts

Dec 13, 2019:  AIFF2019: Friday - Fun Starts At 4pm at Museum and AK Experience

Dec 12, 2019  AIFF2019:  Thursday: Shorts, Homelessness, Holocaust Survivors in Hungary - brief look at today's offerings, plus brief comment on Gutterbug from last night.

Dec. 10, 2019:  AIFF2019:  Last Night I Saw A Rhino Die - brief discussion of the movie Kifaru and the shorts program that followed it.

All posts on this year's festival (latest post on top) at the bottom of this page.  




    Part 2:  Tips and Background
    I'm working on updating some of these tips pages from previous years.
    AIFF-2019-Questions (and-answers) People Should Be Asking About The Festival   The ins and outs of the festival.  How to find films, get tickets, find free activities, should you get a pass? how to use Festival Genius, and lots, lots more tips on getting around the festival. 



    Part 3:  Films In Competition  (No 'films in competition' are being labeled as such this year.  All films selected are eligible for awards.  I will try to pick out some that look interesting to me to highlight and some others more randomly.  In the meantime, this link takes you to the list of  the pictures selected this year

    I'll probably ditch this box, but I'll leave it for the time being.

    Meanwhile, you can see all the films that were selected to be in the festival here.



    INDEX OF POSTS (Most recent on top)

    Dec 13, 2019:  AIFF2019: Friday - Fun Starts At 4pm at Museum and AK Experience

    Dec 12, 2019  AIFF2019:  Thursday: Shorts, Homelessness, Holocaust Survivors in Hungary - brief look at today's offerings, plus brief comment on Gutterbug from last night.




    Dec. 10, 2019:  AIFF2019:  Last Night I Saw A Rhino Die - brief discussion of the movie Kifaru and the shorts program that followed it.


    Dec 10, 2019:   AIFF2019: Tuesday - St. Louis Ghosts, Fairbanks Founder, A Road Trip, and Creepy Shorts - A look at what's on for Tuesday.  

    Dec 8, 2019:  AIFF2019: Nae Pasaran, Straight Up, & Laugh or Die - Some thoughts on three good films with pictures of James Sweeney and Katie Findlay and Heikki Kupanpää.  

    Dec 8, 2019  AIFF2019:  Monday, Dec 9, Bear Tooth Movies

    Dec 7, 2019:  AIFF2019:  Saturday Films: Germany, Scotland/Chile, Am I Straight? And More  Saturday's selections

    Dec 6, 2019:  Opening Night Shorts 6:30pm at the Bear Tooth  - finding things on the AIFF2019 website is challenging.  And when I got to Dec 6, there's pictures with no links, and only two of the shorts are mentioned.  I've put up trailers for them.

    Dec 2, 2019:  AIFF 2019 - Features Part 2 : Dying and Ghosts, Maybe He's Not, Tossing The iPads, Road Trip  - An overview of the rest of the narrative features. 

    Nov 26, 2019  AIFF 2019: Questions (and Answers) People Should Be Asking About The Festival - This is an update of a post first put up in 2009 and again in 2014.  Seems like every five years needs a thorough review.  Lots of questions and answers about the festival.  

    Nove 26, 2019 -  AIFF 2019 - Features Part 1: Indigenous Women, Homelessness, Coming of Age, (Young and Old), Bi Polar  - List of six of the 12 Feature Narratives, the other six will be up soon.   


    Nov 12, 2019: Lunch With Rich Curtner (AIFF) And Visit to Seward Highway Planning Meeting - Brief post about what's new this year.  



    Nov 7, 2019:  AIFF 2019: Feature Docs -
     Survival (Peoples, Rhinos), War & Protest, Siberia to Alaska, Growing Up  
    List of the full length documentaries with descriptions and video, trailers and/or interviews

    Nov 4, 2019    -AIFF 2019 - Films Selected For This Year's Anchorage International Film Festival  - My first AIFF 2019 post with a list of the films selected in all the categories and a video of the festival program director when her film was showing in 2017.

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