This webinar series is designed for both new filmmakers to learn the steps they should take to make a short film; and for experienced filmmakers looking to start a short film project they will either personally finance or seek funding from outside investors. This Atlanta Film Festival series will take place over the course of four webinars in September & October 2014. Students are not required to register and attend all webinars; and can also elect to attend specific courses based on the different areas of the filmmaking that will be covered in each course. Students who do attend all four webinars can expect to receive the soup to nuts knowledge they would need to know in order to plan, produce, successfully complete, market and distribute a short film.
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.