There are almost six million experimental film festivals currently in operation or in the planning stages in America alone. Not really, but it feels that way sometimes. In this festival-rich nation of ours, it's easy to miss the really good ones as they're buried under wave after wave of the not-so-good ones. The Ann Arbor Film Festival is one of the better ones, both for its scope and for the attendant weirdness that comes from its origin in the ancestral home of America's greatest rock band, the Stooges. Any town that spawns something as shambolic and brilliantly stupid as the Stooges probably has a better handle on experimental filmmaking than... More >>>