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New Director of Programming Selected

*For Immediate Release* July 14, 2015 The Ashland Independent Film Festival has selected Richard Herskowitz, an experienced programmer of festivals in Texas, Virginia, and Oregon, to succeed Joanne Feinberg as the film festival’s new Director of Programming. Feinberg resigned recently after Read more…

July 16, 2015

Noble Coffee Roasting

From AIFF volunteer meetings and filmmaker receptions, to our annual Oscar® Gala and Awards Celebration, Noble Coffee Roasting is always there with its delicious, aromatic, award-winning coffee, its friendly staff, and its generosity. We are lucky to have this locally-owned, internationally Read more…

July 13, 2015

Rogue Creamery

OUT OF THE BLUE Cary Bryant and David Gremmels In 2002, David Gremmels and Cary Bryant planned to open a wine bar in Southern Oregon. In search of a hand-crafted blue cheese to pair, they visited the historic Rogue Creamery in Central Point, OR, originally founded as a small dairy by Tom Vella Read more…

June 8, 2015

Ashland Food Co-op

Everyone’s Favorite Ashland Destination: The Co-op! The Co-op has been a sponsor of AIFF since our second year. As a cooperative, AFC supports democratic values, which includes democratic discourse. The film festival encourages this discourse through screenings (during the five-day festival Read more…

May 6, 2015

Bill Ross & Turner Ross, Directors, Western

Meet the filmmakers of AIFF15. We asked our directors for answers to the questions every film-goer needs to know! Did you know? Western is the culmination of the Ross Brothers’ “Americana” trilogy that began with 45635 (AIFF10) and Tchoupitoulas (Juried Best Documentary Read more…

April 5, 2015

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