Attend this film fest: 49th Annual Ann Arbor Film Festival @ the ICA

Hand Soap

It's the longest running independent and experimental film festival in North America, and you can see why when the Institute of Contemporary Art screens a selection of shorts from the 49th Annual Ann Arbor Film Festival. They include Best Animation winner Kei Oyama's Hand Soap, about an adolescent who doesn't feel comfortable in his own skin; Best Experimental Award Winner Fern Silva's In the Absence of Light, Darkness Prevails, a montage of images of human folly and cosmic destiny; and Jury Award winner The Florestine Collection, a film about a New Orleans dressmaker begun by Helen Hill and completed by her husband Paul Gailiunas after she was murdered in a 2007 home invasion. The ICA is at 100 Northern Avenue, Boston | Sunday, April 29 @ 2-3:30 pm + 4-5 pm | $10; $8 students | 617.478.3103 or

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