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Connecticut Gay & Lesbian Film Festival to celebrate its 24th year this May

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  Out Film CT is pleased to announce that the Connecticut Gay & Lesbian Film Festival is celebrating its 24th year this May.  Throughout the year Out Film CT brings informational and entertaining lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) films to the region.  As part of the organization's mission to present timely films on topics relevant to the LGBT community, Out Film CT has shown documentaries, shorts, and full-length feature films on gay marriage, overturning California's Prop...

Independent Film Month Opens Calls for Entry: Atlanta Shortsfest, Atlanta Underground, Atlanta Horror Film Fest & more

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Independent Film Month is held the entire month of September 2011 in Atlanta, Georgia, and features a series of film festivals and related events throughout the month.  Film Festival Submissions are now accepted for the following 2011 festivals: Atlanta Shortsfest Atlanta Horror Film Festival  Atlanta International Documentary Film Festival (DocuFest Atlanta)  Atlanta Underground Film Festival Animation Attack!  Enter your shorts and features...

Atlanta Jewish Film Festival (AJFF) announces some significantt changes

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  Atlanta Jewish Film Festival (AJFF) today announced a dramatic expansion of 2011 festival dates and venues in response to tremendous audience demand.   The 11th Annual AJFF will be held Feb. 8-27, 2011. This expansion from 12 to 20 days allows AJFF to reach a larger audience, exhibit additional films, offer more repeat screenings of popular titles, and decompress what is currently a densely packed schedule. The shift to February and away from the winter holidays also offers...

Atlanta Jewish Film Festival (AJFF) wraps with record 20,145 moviegoers attending the 10th edition

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  10th ANNUAL ATLANTA JEWISH FILM FESTIVAL WRAPS WITH BOX OFFICE BOOM It's a wrap!  A record 20,145 moviegoers attended the 10th annual Atlanta Jewish Film Festival (AJFF), which ran Jan. 13-24, 2010. With a 17 percent jump in attendance over the 2009 festival, the AJFF maintains its position as the largest film festival in Atlanta and the second largest Jewish film festival in the United States.   An additional 1,500 patrons attended the first-ever AJFF Gala Con...

Independent Film Month - Atanta / Call For Entries / Film Festival Submissions 2011

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Festival League has officially declared the entire month of September as Independent Film Month in Atlanta, Georgia.  Join us for this incredible celebration as five unique film festivals run every weekend in September 2011. Enter your film today into one or more of these great events!     Atlanta Shortsfest Atlanta Shortsfest showcases ultra-talented filmmakers from every country who have created memorable shorts under 40 minutes. Atla...

Independent Film Month: August 2010 in Atlanta, Georgia

Festival League has officially declared the entire month of August as Independent Film Month in Atlanta, Georgia.  Join us for this incredible celebration as five unique film festivals run every weekend in August, 2010.   Atlanta Shortsfest August 6 - 8,  2010 Atlanta Shortsfest showcases ultra-talented filmmakers from every country who have created memorable shorts under 26 minutes.

Highlights from next Atlanta Jewish Film Festival (AJFF)

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Celebrating its 10th anniversary, the Atlanta Jewish Film Festival (AJFF) continues its tradition of great storytelling through cinematic masterpieces, presented Jan. 13-24, 2010.  The festival showcases an international selection of films that explore life, culture and history with a Jewish twist.  As the largest film festival in Atlanta, movie-goers have the opportunity to view the featured films at three Atlanta-area locations:  Regal Cinemas Atlantic Station Stadium 16, Lefont Sandy Spr...

Atlanta Jewish Film Festival to celebrate 10th

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Celebrating its 10th anniversary, the Atlanta Jewish Film Festival (AJFF) continues its tradition of great storytelling through cinematic masterpieces, presented Jan. 13-24, 2010. The festival showcases an international selection of films that explore life, culture and history with a Jewish twist. As the largest film festival in Atlanta, movie-goers have the opportunity to view the featured films at three Atlanta-area locations: Regal Cinemas Atlantic Station Stadium 16, Lefont Sandy Springs ...

Independent Film Month: Atlanta

Festival League has officially declared the entire month of September as Independent Film Month in Atlanta, Georgia.

Join us for this incredible celebration as a series of film festivals and related events run every weekend in September 2011.

Atlanta Shortsfest showcases ultra-talented filmmakers from every country who have created memorable shorts under 40 minutes.

Atlanta Horror Film Festival brings in the new talent in horror, sci-fi, dark comedy, mystery, gore and more.

Atlanta International Documentary Film Festival (DocuFest Atlanta) is held annually and presents the best documentary films in the world.

Atlanta Underground Film Festival presents our 8th Annual Film Festival, continuing our off-the-wall presentation of shorts and features with many special events including Animation Attack!

Atlanta Jewish Film Festival lines up 48 jewish films

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The Atlanta Jewish Film Festival (AJFF) today announced its film selections and schedule for the ninth annual celebration of Jewish life and culture through film. The festival, running from January 14-25, 2009 features 48 visually-stunning and evocative Jewish films that would otherwise not be available on the big screen in Atlanta. The films represent 20 nations and deliver the broad human relations mission of the American Jewish Committee, presenter of the AJFF. From Argentina to Spain, from I...

2009 Festival Dates

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Let’s Go To The Movies… January Marks 9th Annual Atlanta Jewish Film Festival There’s Something for Everyone at the Largest Film Festival in Atlanta WHAT: The Atlanta Jewish Film Festival (AJFF) is a 12-day cinematic examination of Jewish life, culture and history. AJFF seeks to use the power of film and video to both entertain and educate, while challenging conventional perspectives on complex and challenging issues facing the Jewish and world community alike. Founded in 200...
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