Arlington International Film Festival (AIFF) is an award winning organization with its mission being to foster appreciation for different cultures by exploring the lives of people around the globe through independent film. In 2013, AIFF was awarded the Alan McClennen Community Arts Award by the Arlington Center for the Arts, the Gold Star Award by the Massachusetts Cultural Council and Person of the Year award by the Arlington Avocado Blog. Through the founding of AIFF, the mission has also focused on enriching the community and broadening the view of our world and ourselves. Utilizing the power of collaboration, AIFF has engaged and involved students, volunteers, businesses and town leaders, fellow arts organizations, and of course, filmmakers and directors from around the world. AIFF believes that the arts are here to connect us, to communicate across boundaries, and touch our common humanity.
4th Annual Arlington International Film Festival
AIFF is announcing the tickets and festival passes just went on sale, so you can help spread the word by liking us on Facebook, following us on Twitter, joining our email list at aiffest.org and telling all your friends. Thanks! http://www.regenttheatre.com or www.AIFFest.org
Tickets and festival passes are on sale now are the www.regenttheatre.com
One Day Festival Pass Two Days Festival Pass General Festival Pass
2014 Student Film Awards
AIFF invite you to join us for the 4th annual
Arlington International Film
8 short stories from around the World
AIFF is pleased to announce this year’s Student Filmmaker Winners and Official Selections to be screened at the 4th annual Arlington International Film Festival, Saturday, October 18th at the Regent Theatre. This year AIFF will screen 8 short films ranging in subject matter from family, loneliness, falling in love, adoption, concerns that teens have for the next generation as well as the pure joy in the fun of an animated diamond heist and a frightening dream that takes on an air of reality. This year’s film submissions are amazing and promise to entertain as well as inform regarding the content as well as film style.
2OCTUPI AND A BEACH CHAIR BABY | Hugo | .35 sec | New York |Boston Premiere
DIAMOND OF THE PIG | Hugo | 7:45 min | New York |Boston Premiere
Best of Festival | RAINBOW | Franklin Santiago | 28:00 min | Russia | New England Premiere
Animation Award: MEE | Letty Felgendreher | 5:00 min | Germany |New England Premiere
OUR CITY OUR VOICE David White |2:50 min | Charlestown | Arlington Premiere
UNDER PRESSURE | Asa Minter | 14:18 min | Arlington |Arlington Premiere
Nar Award: TIMOTHY | Malcolm DC | 28:00 min | Spain | New England Premiere
Festival’s Student Filmmaker Screenings on October 18th!