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!
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!
In preparation for the 2015 Atlanta Film Festival and our upcoming Volunteer Orientations, we'd like to invite you to our pre-festival Volunteer Mixer! Come enjoy some light hors d'oeuvres and cocktails, mingle with volunteers from previous festivals, and discover what volunteering for the festival is all about!
We've passed the five year mark of the incentives and large productions continue to come to Atlanta. Is Atlanta talent positioned to take advantage of the boom? Are Atlanta actors prepared? Actors and co-founders of Drama Inc. Claire Bronson and Scott Poythress are our special guests as we breakdown where Atlanta's Acting scene is, what is and isn't working, and how we raise the bar.
Led by Sam Carter, Beau Brown, and Darrel C. Hazelrig, the New Puppet Order is dedicated to producing innovative, mature, and experimental motion pictures that involve the use of puppetry. All three members of the group are scheduled to be with us for this month's Eat, Drink, and B-Indie. Join us for a special opportunity to pry our way inside the minds of one of our most unique and successful local filmmaking collectives.
This is the August meeting of the Atlanta Screenwriters Group. The mission of The Atlanta Screenwriters Group is to help local screenwriters develop their ideas, give support, swap industry stories and give constructive feedback for their work.