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As The Anchorage International Film Festival embarks on its 18th season, we want to thank our incredible community for all of the support we have received over the years. Anchorage, and Alaska as a whole, is a melting pot of culture and talent that is unrivaled.

Before I became involved with AIFF, I had very little idea how this festival impacted so many lives. From our local student filmmakers, to our seasoned professionals and visiting filmmakers, AIFF has become a great resource to share ideas, knowledge and network with the creative community. AIFF has always been and will continue to be an advocate for our independent film community, which has grown significantly over the past several years.

It is no secret that Alaska is a magical destination, and because of that, it brings people together in unexpected ways. In the dead of winter, AIFF offers a bright light for 10 days every season. During our festival, we are fortunate enough to welcome several filmmakers from all over the world, creating lasting memories and friendships.

As the film industry changes, it is becoming more important than ever that we support independent film, and the surrounding community. The Anchorage International Film Festival is looking forward to sharing the work of so many talented storytellers this season and for years to come.  

Thank you very much for your support and patronage. Gather up your friends and families and join us for 10 days of amazing stories from around the globe while we celebrate Films Worth Freezing For.

Jessica Kaiser, Festival Director

Saturday, December 8 • 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Animation Program 2

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Blue Tomorrow (Mavi Yarin) (Turkey)
Directed by: Numan Ayaz
A man who lives alone on his island goes on an unknown journey caused by rising ocean. After witnessing a catastrophe on the way, he finds hope again with other people.But when the ocean rises again this time he makes an unexpected decision to an another unknown.

God's Plan (USA)

Directed by: SunHee Jung
One after the other, they try to trump each other’s sadistic fantasies, and even a stranger’s suggestion to let the creature loose, turns out to be a sick manipulation. But as the macabre game unfolds and spirals out of control, both victim and tormentor suffer the same fate.

Meeting MacGuffin (USA)

Directed by: Catya Plate
In a post-apocalyptic future where humanity has fallen apart, a group of scientists and an animated sign complete the construction of a new human race and meet a groundhog climatologist who prepares them for their mission to restore balance to the decimated Earth.

Pharaoh (USA)
Directed by: Derrick Forkel

In a legacy of tradition, a newly ordained Pharaoh must learn and decide what kind of ruler she wants to be for her people.

The Dreamcatcher (USA)
Directed by: Angeline Rivera, Hee Hye Moon, and Meiying Zhou
Not Available

Ready for a Baby (Australia)
Directed by: Anastasia Dyakova
A young woman in her thirties feels very happy and excited – she has a partner, everything in her life is under control, so now is the perfect time to have a baby. It should be easy and natural, with love and fun and everything else … right?

Beware of the Sad Man (Australia)
Directed by: Benny Goldman
A man battling depression, is faced with a happy-go-lucky, whose attempts at cheering him up don't seem to be making any difference.

Nouvelle Cuisine (Spain)
Directed by: Manuel Reyes Halaby
A chef that loves his job and enjoys the delicacies he cooks, is preparing a very different menu for a peculiar group of clients.

Sarah (USA)
Directed by: Shenny Chen
This is a story of a mysterious little girl, who collects glass bottles from the ocean. With each bottle she collects she hangs them under a gazebo at the end of a dock. However, on this particular day another bottle falls from the sky into the ocean, with a glowing note inside.

Wonderland (USA)
Directed by: Jing Huang and Zhaowen Peng
Luke is a 7-year-old boy. He wanders through a wonderland.

The Story of a Motorbike (China)
Directed by: JunQing DuanMu
This is a story about a motorbike which is always wanted to go back to the past.

Mutti (France)
Directed by: Hugues Brière
Not Available

Naranja (Columbia)
Directed by: Hanna Isua Barrantes Sánchez
Naranja is a woman that endures daily street harassment and catcalling; the constant sexualization and objectification of her body is reflected on the spots that these violent acts leave over it. Naranja will have to react before the stains consume her.

Red Omen - Ed Roman (United Kingdom)
Directed by: Phil Gomm
Red & The Kingdom Of Sound is an animated adaptation of Benjamin Britten's 1945 composition, The Young Person's Guide To The Orchestra.


Saturday December 8, 2018 7:00pm - 9:00pm
E Street Theater 315 E St, Anchorage, AK 99501, USA

Attendees (14)