David Bruckner, a Georgia-born filmmaker and ATLFF alum behind films like "The Signal" and "V/H/S," returns to Atlanta next week for his latest, "Southbound." Linda Burns hosts a Q&A with Bruckner at the 7:30 PM screening at The Plaza.
ATLFF '15 film "Bear Story (Historia de un oso)" as received a nomination for the Best Animated Short Oscar! Mountainfilm on Tour ATL '15 film "Body Team 12" also received a nomination for Best Documentary Short.
ATLFF alumnus and New Mavericks board member Jen West has launched a Seed & Spark campaign to turn her directorial debut into a reality. Support local indie film & become a punk in the name of ELECTRIC BLEAU.
These first six films were selected from an impressive pool of over 4,750 submissions—an ATLFF all-time record. The films and their makers comprise an international showcase, together representing Bangladesh, Canada, India, Pakistan, Palestine, South Africa, and the United States.
It is our 3rd year running a Kickstarter campaign, but its our 40th birthday, so we have to do it bigger than ever! Help us raise money for our travel budget so that all filmmakers can attend next year's festival.
The Atlanta Film Festival is pleased to announce a new name to reflect its year-round nature—the Atlanta Film Society (ATLFS). The ten-day Atlanta Film Festival will still take place every spring, but the organization will operate as the Atlanta Film Society going forward.