The 16th Annual Anchorage International Film Festival, showcasing over 100 films from 25 different countries in Anchorage, Alaska, Dec 2-11, 2016.
Passes are available online or in person at each venue. Tickets to individual screenings are available in advance only at the BearTooth TheatrePub, or in person at each venue the day of the screening. Thank you for joining us! 
Saturday, December 10 • 2:00pm - 3:30pm
Made in Alaska Shorts 3: Speaking from the HeART + Alaska's Mind-Blowing Aurora + The Interior

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Speaking from the HeART  (Dir: Mary Katzke) 11 min Speaking from the HeART is a short-film that shares the story of Raymond "Ramond" Severence who was abandoned as a child in the Arizona desert, raised on a reservation, and who eventually ended up in Alaska. Unable to fully communicate his story through words, Raymond has found a way to speak about who he is with the help of The Arc of Anchorage art program, Sparc: a creative place.

Alaska's Mind-Blowing Aurora
 (Dir: Todd Salat) 47 min
ALASKA'S MIND BLOWING AURORA is 47 minutes of music to the eyes, ears & soul as it chronicles the adventures of long-time professional Aurora Hunter Todd Salat. With his truck camper as a mobile base camp gain an insider’s perspective as Salat aurora hunts throughout the Alaska Range, the Interior and into the far northern reaches of the Brooks Range in search of heroic moments in nature that are truly mind blowing!

The Interior (Dir: Jonathan Rattner) 22 min
January, the Alaskan Interior, 56 dogs, 4 humans, 5 hours of sunlight. This observational work - shot on both 16mm and digital video – is a sensory journey that follows Brent Sass, an award-winning dog musher, and his community of dogs living in isolation in the rural inland of Alaska.

Run Time: 80 min 

Saturday December 10, 2016 2:00pm - 3:30pm AKST
Alaska Experience - SMALL 333 W 4th Ave, Anchorage, AK 99501