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2018 AIFF FESTIVAL PASSES are now on sale!


Festival Passes are available at the discounted price of $65 (regular price $85); a brilliant and memorable selection of documentary and narrative short and feature films from around the world await our audience. All-Access Pass includes Opening Night Screening & After-Party at ZA Restaurant, priority seating at festival screenings, Q&A’s & panel discussions,

Student Film Program, and Award Reception.

https://www.AIFFest.org/support-aiff/ 


8th Annual Arlington International Film Festival

November 1 - 4 | Capitol Theatre

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@ArlingtonFilmF 2018 PASSES ARE NOW ON SALE! https://secure.squarespace.com/commerce/donate?donatePageId=55b68347e4b0db2e41d268ef
8th Annual Arlington International Film Festival | November 1 - 4 | Capitol Theatre | #AIFFpass2018
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2018 AIFF Poster Contest Awards: Siwen Dance Group
#AIFFESTIVAL #AIFF2018 #AIFFWINNER2018

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AIFF and The Commission of Arts & Culture in Arlington
#AIFFESTIVAL #AIFF2018 #AIFFWINNER2018

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2018 AIFF Poster Contest Awards: The Art of Storytelling
#AIFFESTIVAL #AIFF2018 #AIFFWINNER2018

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Make Me Dance | Tatyana Bronstein, director | 60 min | USA | 2017

Make Me Dance is a documentary that takes an in-depth look at one of the most prestigious dance schools in the United States, The Boston Conservatory. World-renowned choreographer, Darrell Grand Moultrie, has chosen to hold a residency at the Boston Conservatory to craft his new work, “Winds of Now” for young students. The film documents Moultrie’s choreography and preparation for his piece from conception through rehearsals, culminating in opening night at BoCo Theater.

Mosesian Center for the Arts

Friday, June 1st | 7:30 pm

321 Arsenal Street | Watertown

http://www.mosesianarts.org/index.php/shows/visiting-productions/arlington-international-film-fest-presents-make-me-dance

#AIFFMAKEDANCEMOSESIAN #AIFFMOSESIANARTS #MOSESIANARTSWATERTOWN #AIFFDANCE
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“SUITED” – A Free Pride Month Film Screening. SUITED tells the story of
SUITED - A FREE PRIDE MONTH FILM SCREENING
Bindle & Keep, a Brooklyn-based tailoring company that specializes in clothing for people who are LGBTQ, gender-nonconforming, or nonbinary. Clothier duo Rae and Daniel take a holistic approach to their work, considering each client’s personal narrative, which becomes inextricable from the creation of the perfect custom-made suit. From Derek’s emotional journey as he prepares for his wedding to Everett, a law student in a conservative environment, or Melissa, who simply wants to look good for a 40th birthday party – the need for well-fitting garments represents deeper issues of identity, empowerment, and the importance of feeling happy in one’s body

June 28th, 6:00pm (DOORS) | 6:30pm (SCREENING) | 8:00pm (PANEL)
Somerville Theatre | 55 Davis Square, Somerville, MA 02144
TICKET: Free but first come, first serve (arrive early)

A panel discussion on “Sexual Orientation, Inclusion, and Gender Identity” will follow the documentary with panelists: Bennet Hazell: Somerville High Student & Gay-Straight Alliance member | Matt Storm: a Multidisciplinary Artist based in Washington D.C.| Hannah Simpson: a Transgender Writer and Activist based in NYC

This event is organized by the Somerville Media Center, film presented by the Arlington International Film Festival and generously supported by the Somerville Theater, City of Somerville Health Services Department, HBO, Medford Film Collaborative, Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital, Somerville Gay-Straight Alliance, Somerville Public Library and The Center for Teen Empowerment.
https://www.somervillemedia.org/suited/
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Make Me Dance | Tatyana Bronstein, director

Make Me Dance is a documentary that takes an in-depth look at one of the most prestigious dance schools in the United States, The Boston Conservatory. World-renowned choreographer, Darrell Grand Moultrie, has chosen to hold a residency at the Boston Conservatory to craft his new work, “Winds of Now” for young students. The film documents Moultrie’s choreography and preparation for his piece from conception through rehearsals, culminating in opening night at BoCo Theater.

https://www.aiffest.org/events/2018/6/1/night-of-film-in-watertown-ma-make-me-dance

Mosesian Center for the Arts | Watertown | 7:00 pm #AIFFMAKEDANCEMOSESIAN #AIFFDANCE ##MOSESIANARTSWATERTOWN #AIFFMOSESIANARTS
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AIFF - An Evening of the Celebration of the Arts \ Thursday, April 26th, 7 pm | Arlington Friends of the Drama | 22 Academy Street | Arlington #AIFFWINNER2018 #AIFFFESTIVAL
Plus conversation about the future of arts & culture in Arlington as Arlington Cultural District
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