This month's Eat, Drink, & B-Indie presented by Stella Artois is an open mic free-for-all! Come join us for a fun time and hopefully, a most productive networking session!
Telluride Mountainfilm on Tour ATL is a weekend-long celebration of short films that inspire, entertain, and educate us about the world and our place in it. This year marks the third year for Atlanta's very own festival.
In preparation for the 3rd annual Mountainfilm on Tour AT (August 28-29), we are focusing on filmmaking in the wild. Are you planning to shoot somewhere with limited resources? Uncontrolled variables? Danger?
You're invited to join us for the world premiere of The Green Room's music videos made during our summer camps! FREE and open to the public, the event begins at 7pm!
Acclaimed screenwriter and industry expert Michael Lucker will join us for a special EDBI all about Screenwriting.
Join ATLFF Filmmaker-in-Residence Darrell C. Hazelrig and his cast and crew for upcoming feature film "Edgor & Izzy" as they poke, prod and turn out your pockets while distracting you with a fun-filled evening of variety entertainment!
Come check out our latest local film short selections at WonderRoot's Generally Local, Mostly Independent Film Series! Tickets are $10, but ATLFF Members get in free!
We are gathering together directors and programmers from Georgia's most prestigious film festivals to discuss how they run things and what they look for in submissions. This is a can't-miss event for local filmmakers and festival-goers!
FREE EVENT! The 48 Hour Film Project comes back to Atlanta on the weekend of June 12-14, 2015. Learn more about the event and what it takes to participate and win!
FREE EVENT! Leading up to the new GPP/ATLFF PA Academy, brought to us by master producer Linda Burns on May 16th and 17th, we are going to answer all of your questions about who PAs are, what PAs do, and how to become a PA!
ATLFF 2015 Presentation “Touch the Puppet Head” is a combination of live puppetry performances and curated short puppet films, featuring the world premiere of Molly Coffee’s "Pepper’s Place."
Presented by The Goat Farm Arts Center, ATLFF's annual SOUND & VISION event showcases music videos, experimental films, live music and more.