If you went to our “Film and Food” event at ATLFF 2014, you know the film that anchored the event was the documentary SRIRACHA, about the now-famous hot sauce in the green-capped bottle. For the film’s first anniversary, director Griffin Hammond (whom some of you got to meet) has released a director-commentary version of the film to YouTube.
This year, the Atlanta Film Festival is excited to be apart of the Baker Donelson Family Movie Night. The evening of December 12th will feature live acoustic music by Atlanta-native Diane Durrett and the inaugural performance by Prime Movers – Callanwolde’s youth modern dance company.
Filmmakers create connections with an audience simply by making movies, but when we bring those filmmakers to theaters to meet moviegoers in person, magic happens. Become a backer of our annual Kickstarter project (which raises funds for filmmaker travel) and you'll be responsible for some of that magic. With some of the great rewards we've cooked up, you'll get to experience it too. (Even if you don't live in Atlanta.)
The Buried Alive Film Fest has a new home at Fabrefaction Theatre Conservatory with some of the most disturbing, visually appealing, and scary independent horror films in the world. Out of all of the submissions the festival judges have narrowed it down to this fine selection of horror gems. So grab a drink and see them all on a big screen with nice comfy seats!