ATLFF Filmmaker Erin Bernhardt Tackles Our Mix-and-Match Questionnaire

Complete this sentence: "If you liked _________ or _________, you'll love my film."

"War Dance"; "Rich Hill"

Is your film for cat people or dog people? Why?

All people! Imba Means Sing is a family-friendly film that all ages will adore. It's an entertaining story of eight-year-olds getting themselves out of poverty through singing. We think dog people, cat people, monkey people and even snake people will love it.

What's the most challenging part of making a film for you? Do you enjoy the challenge or is it something to be avoided?

Fundraising, and yes I actually enjoy it :).

Of the filmmakers working today, whose talent do you want to steal?

TC Johnstone!

Name three films you consider unappreciated and explain their hidden genius.

Searching for Sugarman - It's just perfect. Best doc ever! But so many people have never heard of it.

Dying to Tell the Story - It's about my hero, Dan Eldon. CNN/Turner made it in the late 90s. I wish and can't wait for there to be a FEATURE version of his story one day soon!

Both Legally Blondes - People laugh and think they are silly, but the message they share is actually really important.

What are your three favorite ways to eat potatoes?

We are Southern, Atlanta-natives, so Waffle House hashbrowns three ways :).

Erin's film "Imba Means Sing" screens at the Rialto on Tuesday, March 24 at 7:30pm! 

Preceding the film will be a musical performance (beginning at 7:30 pm) by the Atlanta Music Project Choir and Yacht Rock Revue!