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.
The last #EDBI of the year is a Behind-the-Scenes look at all things ATLFS! Join us in launching our #30Kin30Days Kickstarter at Manuel's Tavern.
In association with GPP and PC&E, we are pleased to present the Fall 2016 edition of The PA Academy with Linda Burns! Get expert training in this two-day bootcamp.
Multiple ATLFF alum Eric Blue's new feature film BEACON POINT will have a week-long run at the Plaza!
Three films from the 2016 Festival del Film Locarno have their Atlanta premieres at the Plaza Theatre, November 1-3. Portugal, Switzerland and the United States are represented in the lineup.
Screen original work at the world's busiest airport. ATLFS is now accepting proposals for 2017's Airport Shorts roster! Each selection will be awarded a $1,000 honorarium in support of its production.
Representatives from ASIFA-Atlanta, My Animation Life and Atlanta Unity 3D Developers will be present for an industry meet-and-greet at this month's #EDBI—the perfect networking hub for animators and those in need of animators.
Homespun's 6th edition, playing October 12th at the Plaza Theatre, includes two World Premieres and two ATLFF alumni!
Atlanta Film Society is excited to have been awarded grant support from the City of Atlanta, Georgia Council for the Arts and Fulton County Arts & Culture for the 2017 fiscal year.
Joystick Gamebar will host the new film hub for the A3C festival & conference, hip-hop's annual pilgrimage. The ATLFS extension is free and open to the public!
Join WIFTA for an exciting and informative weekend of legal and business panels and workshops open to everyone in the film industry.
Atlanta's LGBT film festival runs September 29th - October 6th at the Landmark Midtown Art Cinema.
October 6-7, award-winning LA-based filmmaker, installation artist, and hip-hop video director, Kahlil Joseph screens his work followed by a symposium and reception, all free and open to the public.
We are pleased to announce that Atlanta Film Society has been awarded a grant from Fulton County Arts & Culture for the 2017 fiscal year.
The greatest bar story ever told returns to the home of its Atlanta Film Festival premiere for a weeklong run at the Plaza Theatre!
The three-day showcase of female lenses seeks 1-20 minute short films from Southeastern women filmmakers. Submissions close October 7th.
Learn everything you need to know about Georgia tax incentives at September's EDBI, Tuesday 9/20.
Meet two winners of Artless Media's micro-grants for socially investigative shorts films. Join us in congratulating the ATLFS-selected filmmakers and in anticipating the results!
© Atlanta Film Society 2016