When you hit your golden celebration you get noticed. Last week's 50th Ann Arbor Film Fest gets some love... along with the experimental films they feature.
"Leighton Pierce, a filmmaker and installation artist, calls the Ann Arbor Film Festival his favorite, in part because the films are screened in the Michigan Theater, a "gorgeous" space with nice seats and an organ player.
"Normally experimental film is shown in dark, basement-like places," explains Pierce.
He first entered the festival in 1981 with his 16mm film "He Likes to Chop Down Trees."
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