AIFF2016
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AIFF2016 Day 4

IN THIS ISSUE:

 Tickets are still available to many outstanding films, including:

The Birth of Saké

9:30 a.m. Sunday at the Varsity.
 
“…a richly immersive documentary that plays like an elegy for a time-honored but slowly vanishing way of life. Steeped in the rhythms of sake production at one of the few Nipponese breweries that still relies on human hands rather than machines, Erik Shirai’s directing debut favors process and routine over personal drama — a fitting enough strategy for a trade whose workers must effectively sacrifice all sense of self in order to create their world-class spirits.” – Variety
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MA

6:00 p.m. Sunday at the Varsity

A transfixing, artfully wordless pilgrimage across the desert toward salvation. Told entirely through movement.

From Celia Rowlson-Hall: “In writing and making this movie, I pressed my ear to the ground; I wanted to listen and extract what all those women dead in the earth had to say. What I discovered after completing the film was that I made something essential to my own growth as a woman.”

 â€œA spellbinding and fiercely original cinematic experience” – Indiewire
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The Pearl

9:40 p.m. at the Varsity

This documentary (made by the director of Boone) follows four women over three years as they grapple with varying stages of gender transition.
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Visit ashlandfilm.org for additional films
 and screening times.

Awards Celebration

A celebration of our award-winning films. This is event is SOLD OUT. Watch our Facebook page for an announcement of the winners!
Filmmaker TalkBack: Transmedia & VR Platforms
Today (Sunday) at 10:00 a.m. at the Ashland Springs Hotel.
FREE. TICKET REQUIRED.
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Community Conversations – Bastards y Diablos

Today (Sunday) from 3:00 to 4:30 p.m.
Elks Club, 255 E. Main St. Ashland

Join your fellow film enthusiasts for a facilitated post-film discussion at the Elk's Club. Enter from the rear. There is NO public parking allowed in the Elk's parking lot. FREE. NO TICKET REQUIRED.
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AfterLounge – Black Sheep Pub & Restaurant

Black Sheep Pub & Restaurant
51 N. Main St., Ashland
5:00 p.m. to 1:00 a.m. 

Mingle with filmmakers and friends at this no-host gathering that starts around 5 p.m. No cover charge. No host bar. No ticket required. (Usually you must be 21 or older to hang out at a bar in Oregon.)

Thank you to our Contributing Sponsors!

Show us how you fest! Share on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram your favorite AIFF2016 moments, photos and films. Don't forget to tag us @ashlandfilm and use our official hashtag #AIFF2016.

Every day we will feature photos from the previous festival day. Stay tuned for highlights!
Find more AIFF2016 photos on Flickr at flickr.com/ashlandindependentfilmfestival.

Check out some of the Day 3 photos below!
AIFF2016_Day 3, photo by Al Case
AIFF2016_Day 3, photo by Richard A. Jacquot
AIFF2016_Day 3, photo by Brooke Turner
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