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Want to learn how films and productions are pieced together through the seamless workings of collaboration? This month's EDBI is a preview of the 2017 Atlanta Film Festival Creative Conference!
The Atlanta Film Festival is proud to announce this year’s line-up for the Airport Shorts Program in conjunction with the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport Art Program.
Considering investing in a film project, production company, or related business? This industry is a risk whether you’re Sony Pictures or a savvy business profession with a little extra cash.
Mix and mingle with some of the greatest up-and-coming as well as well-seasoned filmmakers in the city.
A veteran to the film industry, Linda Burns moves class attendees through the steps of filmmaking in a full-day workshop, divided into three parts. Attendees can register for all three workshops at a discounted rate, or customize their day plan.
This is where we take you back to the basics of operating a camera with a hands-on demo from Paras Chaudhari.
Although bittersweet, the time has come to see some pivotal programming team members off as they enter into new professional chapters.
The NEA has designated an Art Works grant of $25,000 to Atlanta Film Society to support the 41st Atlanta Film Festival and related programming.
Our Latin American film series returns for its 2nd year and showcases films from Guatemala, Cuba and Argentina at the Plaza Theatre. UN TANGO MAS closes out the series on Friday, November 18!
Herstory of the Female Filmmaker and Belle Raisers: Southeastern Shorts will screen in the New Mavericks Film Series on Saturday, November 19th at the Plaza Theatre.