Attention all screenwriters: the call for entries for the 2015 Atlanta Film Festival Screenplay Competition is open. It’s been open for a while, actually, but we’re going to make a big stink about it now because there’s a deadline coming up in a little over a month and we want you to have warning to polish up your entry before you hit the submit button.
As you may know from our regular Eat, Drink & B-Indie gatherings or our recent Food on Film event at the 2014 Festival, at ATLFF we’re always game for a social gathering – especially if it involves victuals and visuals. So when Farm Burger approached us with the concept for “Meat Up at the Movies,” how could we say no?
Mountainfilm on Tour ATL is a little hard to describe in one sentence, but if you check out this trailer you’ll see what we see: a special film event that you won’t want to miss.
In anticipation of August's big event, Mountainfilm on Tour ATL, our monthly EDBI will include filmmakers of different experience levels who have used new filmmaking tools like Octocopters, Various GoPro Rigs and High-Speed Shooting, much like you see in many films featured in Mountainfilm, to create cutting edge cinematography.
Musician, folk dancer and psychiatrist Clark Wang battles lymphoma while facing a potentially imminent need for funeral plans. Determined that his last act will not harm the environment -- and, hopefully, help protect it -- Clark has discovered the movement to further sustainable funerals that conserve natural areas. "A Will for the Woods" is an immersive, life-affirming depiction of people coming to terms with mortality by embracing their connection to timeless natural cycles.