Operation Ivy, Rancid, Green Day . . . Albany rocks, and this Green Day-produced film proves it!
Join us for a wild ride as award-winning virtual reality producer David Eisenmann guides this behind-the-scenes visual, sound, and story tour of Google Spotlight Stories' innovative and award-winning VR shorts.
Fundraiser for the wonderful Down Syndrome Connection of the Bay Area.
Comedy, documentaries, drama . . . Start your Sunday with five very different and thought-provoking films from Bay Area Women Filmmakers and stay after for Q&A.
An undocumented immigrant, a father and son tale, a cowboy singer . . . films that explore our changing world and how we live our lives.
A homeless poet, a forest people who are losing their forest, a boy who leaves home for the unknown, two friends just trying to have fun, and a 55-foot-tall statue that resonates with questions of women's safety.
Mothers and daughters, couples in love, a man and a dog . . . These films express the connections and complications of love and deep friendship that make life worth living.
Thanks to all of the working professionals and first-time filmmakers from Albany for keeping community and communication alive! Filmmaker Q&A follows the screening.
What does it take to restore a sacred peak or climb a mountain in wheelchair?
The groundbreaking neuroscientist and teacher Dr. Marion Diamond followed her own curiosity to change the way we look at our brains and our potential.
A babysitting monster, a cookie recipe gone wrong, a girl who just wants to be left alone to read in the forest, kids thinking up ways to be kind . . .
Attend AFF's Annual Fundraiser at Britt Marie's Restaurant all day on Thursday, Feb 15. Eat and drink to support Albany FilmFest (and win cool prizes, including an AFF Festival pass worth $70!)
Cross-cultural romance -- funny, intelligent, and heartfelt.