As everyone knows, a career in the entertainment industry can be either “feast or famine”. One second you’re on an Avenger’s Movie, or Walking Dead shoot, the next you’re waiting by the phone for another job. Finding your next big gig on a film or TV show can be difficult, but few consider the opportunities in the commercial industry.
A portrait of Martin Luther King Jr. during the last years of his life, from his part in the Voting Rights Act of 1965 to his assassination in 1968.
The Atlanta Film Society is partnering with local industry members for an event dedicated to Georgia screenwriters. Chosen through submission process, Page to Stage will highlight the best of Georgia's locally written, unproduced screenplays in a live staged reading with professional casts.
This two day, bootcamp-style Production Assistant workshop is perfect for those just starting their career in the industry as well as those looking to advance their knowledge of what it takes to succeed as an office or on-set production assistant working on commercials, industrials, music videos, independent films, television series and studio features.
Y'ALLYWOOD FILM FESTIVAL is a gathering of filmmakers and filmlovers from all over the Southeast, getting together to watch some movies, talk about movies, and hopefully have a great time.
¡CineMás! is back for the fourth year! Join us for screenings of Asori Soto's CUBAN FOOD STORIES (Cuba), Alfonso Cuarón's ROMA (Mexico) and Cristina Gallego & Ciro Guerra's BIRDS OF PASSAGE (Colombia). Local area restaurants will provide special food for each screening.
It’s a quick google to find out a handful of fun facts about the revered Chris Escobar. GSU grad, named one of the ‘Atlanta Business Journal’s 2017 40 Under 40, and the illustrious Atlanta Film Society Executive Director. Those few accolades are the least of his daily concerns (trust us, we’ve seen his calendar).
Atlanta Film Society (ATLFS) and Kodak are in partnership to present the 100 Feet of Film Project. This project provides a team of filmmakers with the opportunity to maximize their creativity while minimizing the ability to reshoot.
Welcome to the month of October Screamwriting! Don’t call it. Don’t say its name. The two most petrifying words a screenwriter can write: