Aged and Confused

Alex Jimenez has big dreams. He wants to start his own business, advocate for foster youth and adopt his younger sister. But first, he needs to find a home and manage not to flunk out of community college. With ninety days left before he ages out of foster care, Alex has to get it together, or risk going back to the world he’s trying to escape.

Directed by Christina Shaman & Anakha Arikara

Sponsored by SCI

Friday – 1:30pm
Friday – 9:00pm
Saturday – 1:00pm
Saturday – 11:15pm
Sunday – On Demand

Milkwater

Seeking direction and purpose, Milo (Molly Bernard) rashly decides to become a surrogate and egg donor for an older gay man she meets in a bar (Patrick Breen). However, as Milo becomes increasingly attached to him, she starts leveraging the pregnancy as a means of staying embedded in his life.

Directed by Morgan Ingari

Friday – 11:30am
Friday – 7:30pm
Saturday – 2:15pm
Saturday – 4:45pm
Sunday – On Demand

Songs for a Sloth

On the edge of a nervous breakdown, Maxwell is shocked to find he has inherited a sloth sanctuary from his father. When a talking sloth visits his dreams, Maxwell becomes obsessed with saving the animal’s habitat in his waking life by returning to his first passion, music.

Directed by Bradley Hasse

Friday – 10:30am
Friday – 7:00pm
Saturday – 11:15am
Saturday – 6:30pm
Sunday – On Demand

Life in Synchro

If a single figure skater is a marvel, a team of figure skaters is practically a miracle. Welcome to the beautiful, cold, hard world of synchronized ice skating – the toughest sport you’ve never heard of.

Directed by Angela Pinaglia

Sponsored by Saratoga Springs Plastic Surgery

Friday – 12:00pm
Friday – 7:45pm
Saturday – 10:00am
Saturday – 10:00pm
Sunday – On Demand

Being Dead

The film adaptation of Jim Crace’s award-winning novel that follows a mid-life couple’s effort to rekindle their marriage by traveling back to the place where they fell in love — only to arrive at the point of their sudden deaths.

Directed by John Meyers

Sponsored by Miller Mechanical

Friday – 4:30pm
Friday – 10:00pm
Saturday – 10:15pm
Sunday – On Demand

American Reject

Kay is the most recent reject from America’s hottest singing competition POP STAR NOW! As she mourns her public elimination, she’s forced to participate in the network’s “After The Cut” filming, and is sent to her hometown to move back in with her mother and the simple life she left behind. With nothing on the horizon and a cameraman following her every move, she is reacquainted with the folks of her past and finds herself in the Easter Spectacular at the annual town fair. As it turns out, losing is her only way to win.

Directed by Marlo Hunter

AFF Feature Film Series Sponsor – French Mountain Commons & Log Jam Outlets

Friday – 1:15pm
Friday – 5:15pm
Saturday – 12:45pm
Saturday – 8:45pm
Sunday – On Demand

Cabarete

Inspired by true events. Cabarete follows the story of Somalia, a good-hearted teenage kitesurfer from the Dominican Republic who convinces his idol to train him for an upcoming tournament in Cabarete. However, once in Cabarete, the town’s hedonistic nightlife quickly catches Somalia’s attention, and he finds himself having to choose between a life of pleasure and pursuing the athlete ambitions he once had.

Directed by Ivan Bordas

Sponsored by Behan Communications

Friday – 2:45pm
Saturday – 10:15am
Sunday – On Demand

Book of Monsters

Sophie’s 18th birthday becomes a bloodbath when monsters descend upon her house and start to devour the party guests. Sophie and her friends must rally together to send their party crashers back to hell.

Directed by Stewart Sparke

Friday – Midnight

Saturday – Midnight

Sunday – On Demand

The Donut Dollies

In 1968, two best friends joined an elite team and flew into a war zone wearing powder blue dresses. They were Red Cross Donut Dollies. These idealistic young women embraced their mission – to cheer up battle-worn GIs on the frontlines of the Vietnam War – with energy, creativity, compassion and resolve, but had no idea what they were getting into. 46 years later, they reunite in Vietnam to retrace their steps; ask why they went; ask whether they made a difference; unlock buried memories and share their stories for the first time.

Directed by Norm Anderson

Sponsored by The Glen at Hiland Meadows

Friday – 10:00am
Friday – 6:00pm
Saturday – 11:15am
Saturday – 6:15pm
Sunday – On Demand