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2018 Albany FilmFest: Brain Waves Short Films | East Bay

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Tuesday, March 20, 2018 - 7:30 pm | Cost: $10*
*$10 per movie or you can buy a week long valid Festival pass for $70

Albany Twin | 1115 Solano Avenue, Albany, CA 94706



2018 Albany FilmFest: Short (Really Short) Films | East Bay

Cozy, quirky and creative, Albany FilmFest, is back welcoming experienced and amateur filmmakers of all ages and across the country.

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.

2018 Albany FilmFest
March 17-25, 2018
Albany Community Center & Albany Twin
Tickets: Buy tickets for the shows you want to see

In 2018 the fest will run for a week in two venues, the Albany Community Center and Albany Twin at different time slots. Click on the movies you want to watch for more info. There will be six separate shows of Albany FilmFest 2018 shorts, including narrative, documentary, and animated film selections.

> 2018 Film Schedule

The groundbreaking neuroscientist and teacher Dr. Marion Diamond followed her own curiosity to change the way they look at their brains and their potential.

Join them for two delightful and insightful films — an entertaining and enlightening evening of women who take their lives (and afterlives) into their own hands. Stay after the films for a Q&A with filmmakers Gary Weimberg and Catherine Ryan.


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Cost: $10*
*$10 per movie or you can buy a week long valid Festival pass for $70

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