Day 4: CINformation is off to a roaring start

After a fantastic opening weekend, the 37th Atlanta Film Festival continued with morecinematic excitement!

CINformation ImageThe CINformation series kicked off at 7 Stages with screenwriting and animation. ASIFA-Atlanta presented the animation portion of the panel. There was an awesome turnout for both; Top panels included Crafting Well-Rounded Characters, Working with Producers and Directors featuring Between Us director and Slamdance founder, Dan Mirvish, Screenwriting for Animation, and Sci-Fly demo with Joey Shanks. If you miss any of the awesome CINformation panels, don’t fret! 365wired host Camden will be live tweeting highlights from 7 Stages. Follow us at @atlfilm365 to stay updated.

7 Stages also featured the Animation and Experimental block. There were 12 experimental films and 13 animated films. 7 of those animated films participated in our Shorts competition.

The Plaza saw tons of excitement last night at the premiere of TUTTI GIU. The film’s director, Niccoló Castelli, and the Swiss consulate were both in attendance. Castelli also participated in an insightful Q&A after the film. The Atlanta premiere of WOLF screened upstairs at the Plaza, with director Ya’Ke Smith in attendance.

Don’t forget Happy Hour is from 5:00pm-6:00pm at the Highland Ballroom. All passholders are encouraged to come out and enjoy some well-mannered debauchery.

On Deck Tonight at Plaza:

  • The Precocious & Brief Life of Sabina Rivas (7:00), acclaimed director Luis Mandoki in attendance with Q&A to follow. Perfect for cinephiles!
  • Iceberg Slim: Portrait of a Pimp (7:15PM) with director Jorge Hinojosa
  • Sundance favorite American Milkshake with  directors David Andelman and Mariko Munro scheduled to attend

On deck tonight at 7 Stages :

  • BBC America Presents: Orphan Black (7:00)
  • Boyd Tinsley's Faces in the Mirror (9:00) with a live performance from Boyd
  • Tinsley to follow

Eat, Drink, & B-Indie is tonight at Manuel’s Tavern. The party starts at 7:30!

And Tomorrow…

The Goat Farm Arts Center presents: ATLFF Sound and Vision! 6 Bands. 10 dollars. Priceless memories. Get your music on!