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Program American Independent Film Festival

15th to 21st of April, 2022

The American Independent Film Festival is an American film, culture and lifestyle festival which sets out to use the popularity of cinema and cultural values it promotes for the cultural, educational, training, professional and humanitarian benefit of the Romanian audience for whom these values have a significant role.

In its 6th year, AIFF will take place betwen April 15th-21st at Cinema Elvire PopescoCinema Muzeul ȚăranuluiApollo 111 and will show a selection of films from recent American cinema that have been revered by international critics and audiences at festivals such as Sundance, Venice, Deauville, Cannes or Berlin, along with retrospectives, special screenings and events. For many of the titles in the program, AIFF.6 is the unique opportunity to be seen on the big screen.

More information on AIFF 6. can be found on: 
Facebook: https://facebook.com/AmericanIndependentFF
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/americanindependentff

Access to venues will not be allowed after the announced show time.
Tickets can be presented at festival access points on your mobile phone or tablet. Ticket purchases at festival venues is possible, subject to seating availability.

Громадяни України можуть безкоштовно відвідати сеанси програми AIFF Kyiv Day (кінотеатр Elvire Popesco: субота, 16 квітня, 18:00 - AIFF Kyiv Indie Lab та 20:00 - “Камон Камон”). Безкоштовний квиток необхідно зарезервувати на Eventbook.ro до початку події. Зверніть увагу, що на вході також необхідно показати дійсний український паспорт або посвідчення особи. Фільм "Камон Камон" буде демонструватися з українськими субтитрами.

All the festival's proceeds will be donated to the Ukrainian refugees. More info on: https://filmedefestival.ro/american-independent-ff/en/charities

Organised by the Cinemascop Association, AIFF.6 is a cultural project co-financed by the National Cultural Fund Administration*, with the support of the Embassy of the United States of America in Romania** and the Union of Romanian Film and Audiovisual Producers - Romanian Association for the Management of Audiovisual Works.

Supported by: Banca Transilvania

Partners: Romanian Cultural Institute, Fortech, Europa Cinemas, French Institute in Romania, Elvire Popesco Cinema, Romanian Peasant Museum, Peasant Museum Cinema, Apollo 111, Eventbook, Retromobil Club România, Voodoo Films.

Co-organised by Multi Media Est

Main Media Partners: Radio Guerrilla, AGERPRES.

Media Partners: Zile și Nopți, Cinemap, Film Menu, Ziarul Metropolis, LiterNet, Movie News, IQ Ads, Smark, Films in Frame, The Institute, CineGhid, Munteanu Recomandă, AARC – All About Romanian Cinema, Radio România Cultural

*The project does not necessarily represent the position of the National Cultural Fund Administration. AFCN is not responsible for the content of the project or the way the results of the project may be used. These are entirely the responsibility of the grantee.

**This project is funded in part by a grant from the US Department of State. The opinions, findings, and conclusions presented during the project are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect those of the U.S. Department of State.