Oregon Gov. Kate Brown may have announced a ban on all large gatherings through at least September, but the coronavirus pandemic isn’t stopping the Ashland Independent Film Festival from going on with the show. The Southern Oregon event is just taking the festival online.While the 19th festival was originally scheduled for five days in April, the coronavirus outbreak caused the traditional event to be postponed, then expanded. The AIFF2020 Virtual Festival, as it’s called, lasts from May 22 through June 14. The online festival includes 30 features, along with more than 100 short films. The festival will be hosted online by Film Festival Flix, and programs can be viewed on its website or Film Festival Flix TV and mobile apps, from the start of the festival through June 14.
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