AIFF2017 Festival Art by Claire Burbridge
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Oscar® Night Gala
New Volunteer Orientation Night
Festival Preview Night
Sponsor Spotlight: Jefferson Public Radio
AIFF on the Small Screen
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Oscar® Night Gala 

Sunday, February 26
4:30-9:30 p.m.
Historic Ashland Armory


It’s time to get ready for some fun! Join us for the 89th Annual Academy Awards® at our Oscar® Night Gala! The whole event, from the pre-show chatter and party dresses to the last “thank you” will be streamed live from two 30-foot screens. There will be a five-course meal by Smithfields Catering, libations, and of course – a red carpet! Dress is black tie optional, sparkles preferred!

Join us and support a great cause!

This event has sold out in the past, so buy your ticket now at ashlandfilm.org/oscars.

$95 per person | $720 table of 8

Photo by Judith Pavlik

Purchase Tickets

New Volunteer
Orientation Meeting

Tuesday, January 10 from 6:30-8 p.m. 
Historic Ashland Armory


Interested in being a part of the best film party in town? Join us at the Historic Ashland Armory on Oak and B St. We’ll drink Noble coffee, have some cookies, give you background on AIFF and what’s new this year, and share general details on the volunteer experience. We’ll also watch a short film from last year’s fest to get you in the mood!

Photo by Richard A. Jacquot

More Information

Festival Preview Night

Tuesday, March 14 at 7 p.m. 
SOU Music Recital Hall
FREE, and open to the public


This is your first chance to see clips from festival films, pick up the Pocket Guide, and get insider information on special guests and new events for AIFF2017. 
 
Haven't gotten your membership yet? No problem! We can sign you up that night. Better yet, sign up online today, and secure your exclusive member benefits including advance ticket ordering before the general public, early entry to films, and discounts on year-round screenings.

Photo by Alex Georgevitch

Become a Member

Sponsor Spotlight:

Jefferson Public Radio

ijpr.org


JPR and AIFF have been a natural fit from the beginning. When you want to know what’s happening in the arts in Southern Oregon, you tune in to JPR. When AIFF members and other patrons are asked how they heard about the festival, its lineup of films and special events, they always mention JPR.
 
Jefferson Public Radio began in 1969 when its flagship station, KSOR, was established on the campus of Southern Oregon University (SOU) in Ashland, Oregon. From a tiny 10-watt station, KSOR evolved to become a regional public radio network serving over one million listeners in Southern Oregon and Northern California. 

The network is named after the mythical State of Jefferson, which roughly corresponds to the listening area served by JPR. It’s no wonder that here in the State of Jefferson, JPR & AIFF live happily side by side.

Photo by Alex Georgevitch

Visit iJPR.org

AIFF on the Small Screen

collective:unconscious 

AIFF2016
Feature | 78 minutes
Description

 

Find it on:  Netflix | Vimeo | YouTube

Embers

AIFF2016
Feature | 86 minutes
Description

 

Find it on:  Netflix | Amazon | iTunes 

The Fits

AIFF2016
Feature | 72 minutes
Description
 

Find it on: Amazon | iTunes | YouTube

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