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Atlanta Award-Qualifying Film Festival

Atlanta Award-Qualifying Film Festival is an international film festival with a special focus on the region of USA/Canada (New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Houston, Philadelphia, Phoenix, San Antonio, San Diego, Dallas, San Jose, Austin, Jacksonville, San Francisco, Indianapolis, Columbus, Ottawa, Montreal, Toronto, Vancouver), shining an international spotlight on films, talent and future projects from the region. High quality programming, a strong industry segment, an educational and networking platform for young filmmakers and thus generated presence of the international film industry, film authors and media representatives alongside a paying audience of over 100,000, confirm its status as the leading film festival in the region, recognised by both professionals and the wider audiences.

"Games People Play" accepted to HorrorQuest in Atlanta!

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"Games People Play" was selected to HorrorQuest Film Fest in Atlanta, Georgia, USA for October 16-18, 2015. A noir-comedy-thriller shot on the Canon C500 in the style of a spaghetti western, this is the FIRST horror fest for the hybrid short written and helmed by Dawn Westlake. "Games People Play" stars David Razowsky, Mark Jacobson, and Westlake herself. An Ennio-Morricone-esque score was provided by GC Johnson of Acoustic Labs. http://www.thehorrorquest.com/ For more info...

The Martini Effect to have World Premiere in Atlanta!

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"The Martini Effect" will have its World Premiere at the Atlanta Philosophy Film Festival in Atlanta, Georgia, USA October 18-20, 2013. The film stars Emanuele Secci, known in Italy for his fastweb spot with George Clooney, and in the US for his ensemble work in the 2012 Sundance Producer's Award-winning film, "Nobody Walks", penned by Lena Dunham. "The Martini Effect" was shot on land on the Canon C300 by cinematographer Brandon Bondehagen with underwater cinem...

12th Urban Mediamakers Film Festival - October 10-13, 2013 - Call For Entries

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UMFF 2013 Call for Entries Now Open! The Urban Mediamakers Film Festival (UMFF) promotes and supports a diverse independent media arts community in the Southeast and worldwide by showcasing independent projects from around the world in English and Spanish. UMFF 2013 brings a creative atmosphere that encompasses metro-Atlanta's signature of being culturally diverse. "Changing the World, One Story at a Time" is the festival's theme, with exceptional films -- animations, shorts, f...

Sweet Auburn Film Festival - Celebrating the 100th Anniversary of the Odd Fellows Building: The former home of the Royal Theatre

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The Sweet Auburn Film Festival Organization is an affiliate of MCBC Community Development, a nonprofit, whose efforts include empowering and improving the educational and social conditions of at-risk youth through film.  The Sweet Auburn Film Festival seeks to provide opportunities for independent film makers while simultaneously raising funds to develop short films, produced by local students, to be used during local and national mentoring and HIV prevention campaigns.  As such, the S...

Independent Film Month: Call For Entries 2011

Independent Film Month runs the entire month of September 2011

Buried Alive Film Fest in Atlanta, GA

The modern age of digital filmmaking has flooded the market with tons of films, one seemingly indistinguishable from the next. The depth and breadth of horror fandom, combined with the rapid growth of independent filmmaking, have led to an explosion in indie films dealing with the terrifying, macabre, gory, and bizarre.

The Buried Alive Film Fest of Atlanta is your chance to prove your film’s worth. No matter if it’s feature-length or shortform, a slasher or a ghost story, a zombie flick or a horror comedy, a suspenseful thriller or a horror documentary, all films in this exciting and growing genre are welcome. Our staff and judges come from across the local horror community, and with their discerning eyes can truly decide what should remain buried and what should be unearthed.

30th Anniversary "Chariots of Fire" and 25th Anniversary "An American Tale" To Unspool at Film Festival in Atlanta

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The 2011 Atlanta Jewish Film Festival (www.ajff.org) -- the second biggest film festival of its type in America -- is featuring an unprecedented number of independent features -- from "Jews & Baseball: An American Love Story" to "The SoCalled Movie" and other acclaimed films on the festival circuit ("The Human Resources Manager," "Little Rose," "Five Brothers," "Bride Flight," "Vidal Sassoon The Movie," "The Trosky,...

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 Atlanta Film Festival

The 2014 Atlanta Film Festival will be held March 28, 2014 - April 6, 2014. All-access passes for film lovers are now available.

 The Call for Entries is now OPEN for the 2014 Atlanta Film Festival and 2014 Atlanta Film Festival Screenplay Competition.

Atlanta Film Festival (ATLFF) is an Academy Award qualifying, international film festival held in AtlantaGeorgia.  Started in 1976 and occurring every Spring, the festival shows a diverse range of independent films, including genre films such as horror and sci-fi. Since 2008, the festival has presented the Pink Peach, which is awarded to the best LGBTQ film as chosen by the Pink Peach jury.  The Accountant won the Academy Award for Best Live Action Short Film in 2002 after qualifying at the 2001 Atlanta Film Festival.

3 Cool Things To Know for 2014:

  • The historic Plaza Theatre in Atlanta's Poncey-Highland area and 7 Stages Theatre in Little 5 Points will again serve as the festival's primary venues.
  • Atlanta has a strong and growing puppetry community, and for 2014, Puppetry was added as its own category.
  • Love kick-ass bands? Love experimental film and great music videos? Love food trucks? Atlanta Film Festival's Sound & Vision Presented by The Goat Farm will return for a third edition. You can see a video from that night produced by indieATL below.

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...

CAREER COURIER: Life of a Bicycle Messenger

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Filming to start in less than a month on a feature length documentary about making a 20+ year career out of what is typically a dead end job. The job, bicycle courier.  Some great films have covered what being a courier is like on a daily basis. But this film will be a new look at how two messengers have fought to find new ways to hold onto the job they love....

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.

Illustrator and filmmaker Bobbi Miller-Moro-founder of Women Without Borders US

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Women Without Borders blog: http://womenwithoutborders.usWomen Without Borders store: http://womenwithoutborders.info ...

Wach 3 Amazing new American Filmmakers roast the big screen with their explosive, moving tales of Cuba. Shot in Havana, Cuba.

  Alberto Gonzalez, filmmakerHavana Kidz An accomplished filmmaker, Alberto brings to the screen Cuba's next generation of musicians. He spent many years documenting the day to day life of Cuban families as they struggle to guarantee their children's musical dreams....

Filmmaker-Luis Moro

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