The Atlanta Film Society is Partnering with the Crim Center to Present the (CINEMA) Project Launch

The Atlanta Film Society is Partnering with the Crim Center to Present the (CINEMA) Project Launch

Georgia State University’s Alonzo A. Crim Center for Urban Educational Excellence has been awarded a $125,000 planning grant from JPMorgan Chase to prepare local youth for careers in the burgeoning film, media and entertainment industry in Georgia.

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¡CineMás! Film Series is Coming Back to the Plaza in November!

¡CineMás! Film Series is Coming Back to the Plaza in November!

"Presented by the Atlanta Film Society (ATLFS), ¡CineMás! highlights films and filmmakers from Latin America. The inspiration for ¡CineMás! is the Latin American Film Festival that enjoyed a 25-year run at the High Museum, programmed by the late Media Arts Curator, Linda Dubler. In this spirit, ATLFS is pleased to continue this tradition, presenting award-winning Latin American cinema through ¡CineMás! each fall. 

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The Duct Tape Degree—Free and Affordable Film Education in Atlanta

The Duct Tape Degree—Free and Affordable Film Education in Atlanta

Not everyone can afford to spend the time and money necessary to get a degree - Bachelors, Masters, or otherwise. But that doesn’t mean you have to abandon the quest to hone your talents or even learn a new skill. More importantly, you don’t really need a fancy degree to learn everything you need to know about the film biz.

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Introducing Brandon Osterman's Post Production Master Class!

Introducing Brandon Osterman's Post Production Master Class!

Thanks to the increased affordability of editing software and a wide array of online tutorials, digital editing is more accessible than ever before. However, proficiency with Adobe Premiere, Avid Media Composer, or Final Cut Pro is not what distinguishes a professional edit from an amateur one;

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Come Chat With Angela Gomes and Katie Orr at New Mavs on August 16!

Filmmaker Labs and Fellowships offer writers and directors mentorship, support, and shadowing opportunities. Learn what they are, where to find them, and what to expect from the submission process to acceptance and participation.

Panelist include: 
Angela Barnes Gomes is an Atlanta based episodic TV director. She started her TV career as an Assistant Director, spending over 12 years as an episodic TV 1st AD. She was in the 2014 - 2016 class of the ABC/Disney Director Fellowship, as well as the 2016 classes of the Fox Global Director Initiative and Fox Comedy Apprentice Program. In the past year, she has directed on "The Quad," "Life In Pieces" and "Nicky, Ricky, Dicky and Dawn." 

Katie Orr studied Writing and Theater at Georgia State University. She has collaborated on numerous short and feature length films with the film collective Fake Wood Wallpaper. She recently completed her directorial debut Poor Jane, which was chosen for the 2016 IFP Narrative Lab in NYC.

Moderated by: Linda Burns - Producer - Plexus Pictures