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.
The Atlanta Film Society has teamed up with the DeKalb Entertainment Commission to offer DeKalb County residents scholarships to the Producer Series. Qualified individuals receive $50 off standard price per class.
The Atlanta Film Society is proud to announce the seven finalists for the first ever Page to Stage table read. Page to Stage is a premier competition and live screening reading, designed to promote and elevate Georgia screenwriters.
The invitation-only program seeks to strengthen the organizational capacity and programming of small and mid-size cultural organizations within Atlanta, Austin, Baltimore, Denver, New Orleans, Pittsburgh and Washington, D.C.
Cal has consistently performed at a high level throughout his professional career which includes Sports, Entrepreneurship, and Corporate Business. Through sports, he learned, the key to success is hard work, dedication, and perseverance. Cal based his professional growth and success on these principles.
With it being four weeks since the close of one of the most star-studded, mystical, and down right fun festivals since our inception, we wanted to share some of the highlights that we thought were truly amazing!
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.
The Atlanta Film Society and ScreenCraft are proud to partner in 2018 to co-present The ScreenCraft Writers Summit, to take place at the 2018 Atlanta Film Festival (ATLFF). Atlanta is the entertainment industry’s busiest city for film and TV production, outpacing Los Angeles last year!
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.
"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.
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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