2015 Albany FilmFest: Quirky Shorts & Anime History Talk | East Bay
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Albany Twin | 1115 Solano Avenue, Albany, CA 94706
Albany FilmFest is a national juried festival of short films (and really short films) — an annual showcase for emerging independent filmmakers of all ages in Albany, a small, quirky, and independent “1 square mile” city located directly across the Bay from San Francisco and right next to Berkeley.
2015 Albany FilmFest
Saturday, March 29, 2015 | 10 am to 10 pm
Albany Twin, 1115 Solano Ave, Albany
Tickets: Buy tickets for the shows you want to see online or at the box office ($5 in advance/$7 day of; Kid’s Matinee only $2). Save with an all-day, all-show pass ($20)
In 2015 the fest is being held at the Landmark Albany Twin. There will be six separate shows of Albany FilmFest 2015 shorts, including narrative (comedy, drama, noir), animated, documentary, and youth filmmaker selections. Two special presentations: a family-friendly kids’ matinee that combines Albany FilmFest 2011-2015 selections, audience favorites, and award winners, and a not to be missed live presentation by manga historian Fred Schodt on the anime world of Osamu Tezuka, the late, legendary god of manga and godfather of anime.
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