Stream it—Ann Arbor Film Festival

Mike Olenick, Film/Video Studio archivist

Mar 24, 2020

Image of hands playing an electric guitar from the Lori Felker Film Future Language: The Dimensions of VON LMO

We're excited to share word that The Ann Arbor Film Festival has made arrangements to stream festival programming this year, in part because artists with Wex connections will be able to share their work with audiences everywhere.

From March 24-29, you can check out films and filmmaker conversations through the fest's streaming link.


  • Tuesday, March 24, 7 PM: Lori Felker's FUTURE LANGUAGE: The Dimensions of Von LMO (pictured above) will stream as the opening night selection. The Wex supported the work through the Film/Video Studio and it screened as part of Picture Lock last fall.
  • Wednesday, March 25, 10 AM: Lynne Sachs is a juror for the festival and will give a presentation with excerpts from her works. Lynne was in residence in the Film/Video Studio last year to work on A Month of Single Frames, the film she completed from footage shot by Barbara Hammer. This short also played at Picture Lock 2019.
  • Thursday March 26, 6 PM: Deborah Stratman's Vever (For Barbara), another work created in the Barbara Hammer project and screened at Picture Lock, is streaming as part of a shorts program.
  • Friday March 27, 4 PM: Tommy Becker will be doing a live cinema program in conjunction with a shorts program. Becker was a Film/Video Studio residency artist in 2016.

If you're planning to watch and you're able to support the programming, you can donate to the Ann Arbor Film Fest here.