Good Afternoon AFF Insiders,
Happy Spring film lovers! This week kicks off Alexandria’s biggest one-day of online giving, Spring2ACTion. Starting April 11 and ending April 25, you can support the Alexandria Film Festival by making a contribution here: https://www.spring2action.org/organizations/alexandria-film-festival
Help us to bring ideas, discussion and the film arts to our hometown at the AFF 2018 on November 9-11, Veterans’ Day weekend. We hope to raise $3,000 and all donations count. Your generous support will allow the AFF to continue to bring the best of independent filmmaking to Alexandria. All donations are tax deductible. We cannot do it without community support; thank you!
Don’t forget to submit your own film to the Alexandria Film Festival when our call to entry opens on April 23. We will receive online submissions on the Withoutabox and Film Freeway websites. Visit our website for more info:http://alexfilmfest.com
Join us this Sunday, April 15 at 6:30 pm for a cost free screening of Sam Hampton’s film, “Change in the Family”. This 2017 AFF favorite follows a young transgender man as he undergoes gender transition and discusses the impact on his family. Q&A to follow; refreshments provided. At Emmanuel Episcopal Church, 1608 Russell Road, 22301.
The Alexandria Film Festival is helping to support a very special event on Sunday, April 22, 2018. The 48 Hour Film Project is hosting al DC 48 Hour Screening and team build mixer event at the Evening Star Cafe @5:30-8:00pm. This is a great networking event for local filmmakers to attend! We hope to see you there!
Alexandria Film Festival