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2015 Atlanta Film Festival

The 39th annual Atlanta Film Festival takes place from March 20-29, 2015!

ATLFF '15: The Goat Farm Arts Center presents SOUND & VISION

Presented by The Goat Farm Arts Center, ATLFF's annual SOUND & VISION event showcases music videos, experimental films, live music and more.


ATLFF 2015 Marquee Presentation of "The Sisterhood of Night." Director Caryn Waechter; lead actresses Georgie Henley, Kara Hayward, and Willa Cuthrell; actor Evan Kuzma; executive producer David Urritia and producer Elizabeth Cuttrell are scheduled to attend. 

ATLFF '15: Splatter Cinema presents BLACK SUNDAY (1960)

ATLFF 2015 Presentation of 1960 Italian horror classic "Black Sunday," presented by Splatter Cinema.


ATLFF 2015 Closing Night Presentation of "Sunshine Superman." Filmmaker Marah Strauch scheduled to attend.

ATLFF '15: Touch the Puppet Head (feat. "Pepper's Place")

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."

ATLFF '15 Marquee Film: LOVE AND MERCY

ATLFF 2015 Marquee Presentation of "Love and Mercy."

ATLFF '15: SundanceTV presents: "The Red Road"

ATLFF 2015 Presentation of SundanceTV's original series "The Red Road." Cast and crew scheduled to attend.

ATLFF '15: HBO presents "Game of Thrones" Season 5 Premiere

Come and see the Season 5 premiere of "Game of Thrones" two weeks early at The Fox Theatre! Tickets available by phone or in person at the Fox box office.

Screenwriter School with Michael Lucker

A lot of screenwriting teachers claim to teach what you need to make it in the movie biz— but how many of them have actually done it? At Screenwriter School, Michael Lucker will teach you how to go from first idea to first sale—the way only an experienced screenwriter can do it.

Atlanta Film Festival 365 presents a diverse slate of year-round offerings for film-lovers, filmmakers, and established & emerging industry professionals.  Join our Email List and find us on Facebook, LinkedIn or Twitter for information on upcoming events.  Please join as an ATLFF365 MEMBER for special discounts on tickets, registrations & submissions, invites to exclusive Screening Events, and other special perks.

Screenings and Events

Advance Screenings ATLFF365 Members enjoy invitations to exclusive Sneak-Peek & Special Event Screenings all year-round. From pre-theatrical Presentations of blockbuster movies & indie gems to premiere parties for new TV series, our Advance Screenings are a great perk for membership supporters of ATLFF365.

Partner Screenings and Events Partnering with groups such as Atlanta Celebrates Photography, A3C Hip Hop Festival, WonderRoot, Alliance Française and more, ATLFF365 co-produces and co-presents a variety of events throughout the city.


Throughout the year, ATLFF365 offers a range of workshops on screenwriting, directing, production getting into the film business and more.

Current Workshops

Networking, Social and Conversations

Eat, Drink & B-Indie join us on the 3rd Tuesday of the month from 7:30pm – 9:30pm at Manuel’s Tavern conversations with Atlanta and Georgia filmmakers about a specific film, company, group or collective as we talk about their projects and network. EDBI is a place to become part of the conversation.

Members' Holiday Party The annual holiday party is a chance for a ATLFF365 to thank it's members with an evening of fun, casual networking, season's cheer and meeting fellow members and filmmakers.

Filmmaker Opportunities

Airport Shorts In partnership with Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, ATLFF365 curates and screens shorts on over 30 kiosks at the Maynard H. Jackson Jr. International Terminal to 14 million visitors year-round.

Short Cuts Creative Loafing and ATLFF offer this annual opportunity to amateurs and professionals to create 5 minute shorts, compete for prizes, and earn a shot at screening at the Atlanta Film Festival.

Atlanta Film Festival

Atlanta Film Festival (ATLFF) is an Academy Award qualifying, international film festival held in Atlanta, Georgia. Started in 1976 and occurring every April, the festival shows a diverse range of independent films, including genre films such as horror and sci-fi.

Screenplay Competition The Atlanta Film Festival Screenplay Competition looks to discover high quality screenplays and then help 3 writers further develop and refine their script through an intensive workshop retreat with professional writers and filmmakers coincides with the Atlanta Film Festival.

Creative Conference As part of our mission to offer professional development for working filmmakers in Atlanta and Georgia as well as unmatched access to information for emerging filmmakers.