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Take Advantage, Man. Take Advantage of Plaza Theatre Foundation's "Friday" Screening

"Clueless" already sold out two screens this week. Get your tickets to the 20th anniversary of "Friday" now!

Puppetry Short Films, Live Events and Special Presentations Abound at ATLFF

The Atlanta Film Festival has a long-standing love affair with puppetry—with short films, special presentations, live events and more all showcasing the best puppet offerings each year. Submit your puppetry short now!

Get your Tickets to Taste of Atlanta Here and You Will Help Support ATLFF!

Get your regularly-priced general admission or VIP tickets to Taste of Atlanta through us and we will get $5 back!

Animated Shorts Compete for Oscar Eligibility at ATLFF

At the 2015 Oscars, two ATLFF official selections competed for the Best Animated Short award. As an Academy Award®-qualifying festival, will our winning film from this year go on to receive a nomination?

Homespun Series to Spotlight Atlanta's Bustling Art Scene at The Plaza on July 30

The Homespun Series returns to the Plaza Theatre on July 30, showcasing three brand new documentary short films focusing on Atlanta's eccentric and busy art scene. ATLFF members get in free!

Roll with the Homies Back in Time to Plaza Theatre Foundation's Screening of "Clueless"

Tickets are going fast for "Clueless." It's kind of a Baldwin.

Intro to the Film Business and Resume Classes Will Help You Break into the Industry

This Saturday, July 25th, frequent ATLFF collaborator and long-time Atlanta producer Linda Burns will teach two classes guaranteed to help you kick-start your film career—Intro to the Film Business and Creating a Proper Film Resume.

WIFTA is Looking for Submission for its Summer Series at Ponce City Market!

Women in Film and Television Atlanta is hosting a summer film series in September and is now looking for submissions!

Vote for ATLFF in Creative Loafing's Best of ATL 2015!

Vote for ATLFF as Atlanta's number one film festival in Creative Loafing's annual Best of ATL survey!

Animated Feature Films Find a Welcome Home at ATLFF

Animated features have become a staple in recent years at ATLFF, signifying a healthy and growing animation industry in Atlanta and beyond.

Georgia Lawyers for the Arts Offering a Free Seminar on How to Produce a Film Using Union Actors

Learn the basic how-to's for handling SAG-AFTRA contracts in order to work with union actors and non-union actors on the same production in this FREE seminar!

Screenwriting Master Michael Lucker Breaks Down a Script at This Month's Eat, Drink, & B-Indie!

Join screenwriting expert Michael Lucker and ATLFF Screenplay Programmer Ali Coad for an Eat, Drink, & B-Indie dedicated to the foundation of a good film—the screenplay. Not to mention, there will be lots of free Stella Artois!

Event Calendar
2015 Fayette Youth Film Festival

The first-ever Fayette Youth Film Festival will celebrate and embrace all we admire in our youth's creativity, individuality, and talent.

Plaza Theatre Foundation Summer Series: "Friday" (20th Anniversary)

We are pleased to present a 20th anniversary screening of "Friday" as the second screening in the Plaza Theatre Foundation's Summer Series.

re:imagine/ATL and ATLFF present: The Green Room Purple Sparkle Carpet Event

You're invited to join us for the world premiere of The Green Room's music videos made during our summer camps! FREE and open to the public, the event begins at 7pm!

Plaza Theatre Foundation Summer Series: "Pee-wee's Big Adventure" (30th Anniversary)

We are pleased to present a 30th anniversary screening of "Pee-wee's Big Adventure" as the final screening in the Plaza Theatre Foundation's Summer Series.

Splatter Cinema: "Cannibal Ferox"

Come enjoy a 35MM screening of "Cannibal Ferox" (1981) at the Cinevision Screening Room, presented by Splatter Cinema and Enjoy the Film.

Eat, Drink, & B-Indie presented by Stella Artois: Filmmaking in the Wild

In preparation for the 3rd annual Mountainfilm on Tour AT (August 28-29), we are focusing on filmmaking in the wild. Are you planning to shoot somewhere with limited resources? Uncontrolled variables? Danger? 

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.


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