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.
Whether you’re stepping up and producing your first film, production managing or ADing an indie, or looking to step up your game on the next one, this class is for you. From pre-production to post, this class walks you through the basics of production on an indie film.
Come check out the latest local film short selections at WonderRoot's Generally Local, Mostly Independent Film Series!
Planning to produce a feature film but not sure where to start? Interested in peaking behind the curtain to see what it really takes? This class will teach you the importance of development - from financing to marketing and distribution, to help your film get off to a great start.
This month's Eat, Drink, & B-Indie presented by Stella Artois is an open mic free-for-all! Come join us for a fun time and hopefully, a most productive networking session!
The New Mavericks program is creating a database of local women working in various aspects of the film industry. Get on the list now for free!
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?
In partnership with Focus Features, we are excited to present a series of horror films that inspired the creation of "Sinister," leading up to the release of "Sinister 2" on Friday, August 21st!
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.
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!
We are pleased to present a 20th anniversary screening of "Friday" as the second screening in the Plaza Theatre Foundation's Summer Series.
Homespun is a curated series of short documentary films profiling unique individuals around the metro Atlanta area. This installment of Homespun will showcase a few of the artists working in and around the metro area who bring their innovative and sometimes homegrown creations to our city.