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
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One Day Festival Pass Two Days Festival Pass General Festival Pass
Celebrate with sweets “Diversity through Film”
Sponsored by Arlington, Massachusetts Vision 2020 Diversity Task Group
Join us for a sweet celebration…a Boston film premiere & enticing desserts provided by Whole Foods
Thursday, October 9, 7:00 PM Town Hall Auditorium, 730 Mass Ave, Arlington $15 at the door
THE ROCKET by Kim Mordaunt (96 min, Australia, 2013) The Rocket has been chosen as one of the eight films to travel around the world with Sundance Film Forward, an international touring program designed to enhance greater cultural understanding, collaboration and dialogue.
Synopsis: A boy who is believed to bring bad luck to everyone around him leads his family and two new friends through Laos to find a new home. After a calamity-filled journey through a land scarred by the legacy of war, to prove he’s not bad luck he builds a giant rocket to enter the most exciting and dangerous competition of the year: the Rocket Festival