Be Sure to See…Part 2

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Only the Young To be shown at the AFF, has just been named one of the top five docs of 2012 by the National Board of Review of Motion Pictures. Only the Young introduces us to three Southern California teenagers living in a small desert town known for its foreclosed homes and empty swimming pools. The town’s single saving grace …

Behind The Scenes

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Meet AFF’s founding members and Co-Creative Directors, Patti O. White and K. Lee Anderson. Patti has been a producer/director/writer in the fields of TV, journalism and film for over 30 years and is co-owner of Filmsters, a TV and film production company in Annapolis, which is currently developing and producing several documentaries and series. For three seasons, she was Producer …

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Be Sure to See…. Part 1

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Among the many films being featured at the Annapolis Film Festival, be sure to see… Charles Bradley: Soul of America Which charts the extraordinary late-in-life success story of 62-year-old soul singer Charles Bradley. His debut album rocketed him from homelessness and tragedy to Rolling Stone magazine’s top 50 albums of 2011. Thefilm tracks the volatile months between his 62nd birthday …

Come & Meet: Ambassador Shabazz

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Ambassador Shabazz, producer, writer, diplomat, and the eldest daughter of Dr. Betty and Malcolm X Shabazz. A member of the AFF advisory committee, she will lead a panel discussion at the Banneker-Douglass Museum on the African-American experience in education. Ms. Shabazz is the founder of the Malcolm X Shabazz Birthplace & Foundation and a frequent contributor to Time, Essence, El …

Documentary Director David Gaynes speaks at AACC on Hubble Space telescope film

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Hear documentary director David Gaynes tell the story of how ordinary people rallied to save the Hubble Space Telescope from becoming space junk when he brings his documentary Saving Hubble to Anne Arundel Community College on Nov. 14. Participants will get a rare chance to watch the documentary and then speak with its director. The documentary was also shown at …

AFF Seeks Committee Members & Volunteers for March 2013

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Hello Film Fans, After the resounding success of the First Annual Shorts Crawl on September 23rd, you can begin to see what we are planning for our March festival. It will be a four day long celebration of 50-70 features, shorts, narrative, animation and student films along the West Street Arts District corridor. We are planning to bring in film …

AFF Shorts Crawl a resounding success!

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Hello All! Thank you for coming out to support us at our first community film event, the Annapolis Film Festival’s First Annual Shorts Crawl! It was a gorgeous day in September full of fun, friendship and film screenings. Nine films in all were selected by our Programming Committee. It was a combination of narrative, documentary and animated short films that …

2012 Shorts Crawl

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Congratulations to all who worked so hard on the Shorts Crawl! It was a sell out! Thanks to Todd Stevens and Lee Anderson, here is a photo montage of the day… [vc_video link=’https://vimeo.com/50323784′]