WonderRoot is Celebrating the Best of its 2014 Local Film Series at the High Museum

WonderRoot's Generally Local, Mostly Independent Film Series is pleased to announce a 'Best of 2014' screening taking place at the High Museum on Friday, December 12 at 7 PM. These films were selected out of all of the films WonderRoot screened throughout the year and were curated by Erin Dougherty of the High Museum. Congratulations to all selected filmmakers!

In addition to the WonderRoot Local Film Series being founded by Atlanta Film Festival Programming Director Kristy Breneman, ATLFF connections abound in this lineup! ATLFF alum include Alex Zhuralov, Brantly Jackson Watts, Nathan Honnold and Cali Berry. Watts also serves as one of out ATLFF Filmmakers-in-Residence. Honnold's film "Thomas Bennett" won the Best Documentary Short Jury Prize at this year's festival. And of course, we can't forget "Starlight" filmmaker Marisa Tontaveetong, who is currently one of our programming associates!

  • Vessels as Shadows by Alex Zhuravlov (ATLFF alum) and Arkia Jahani
  • The Grey Area by Ebony Blanding, House of June
  • Backtrack by Kristina Adler, Jump Cut Collective
  • Golden Child by Brantly Jackson Watts (ATLFF alum, ATLFF Filmmaker-in-Residence)
  • Dirty Nails by Kristina Adler
  • Starlight by Shir Wen Sun, Tamarind King, Marisa Tontaveetong (ATLFF associate), Yu Ueda
  • Thomas Bennett by Nathan Honnold (ATLFF alum, Winner of the ATLFF '14 Best Documentary Short Jury Prize)
  • Pretty Bird by Joe McDonough
  • Siren by Cali Berry (ATLFF alum)
  • Keep It Clean by Arthur Thompson, co-directed by Cory Kruszewski 

This will be a spectacular group of films in a truly inspired setting. Plus, ADMISSION IS FREE!

For more information on WonderRoot, visit wonderroot.org.