Come and see the Season 5 premiere of "Game of Thrones" two weeks early at The Fox Theatre! Tickets available by phone or in person at the Fox box office.
ATLFF 2015 Presentation “Touch the Puppet Head” is a combination of live puppetry performances and curated short puppet films, featuring the world premiere of Molly Coffee’s "Pepper’s Place."
ATLFF 2015 Presentation of 1960 Italian horror classic "Black Sunday," presented by Splatter Cinema.
ATLFF 2015 Marquee Presentation of "The Sisterhood of Night." Director Caryn Waechter; lead actresses Georgie Henley, Kara Hayward, and Willa Cuthrell; actor Evan Kuzma; executive producer David Urritia and producer Elizabeth Cuttrell are scheduled to attend.
Presented by The Goat Farm Arts Center, ATLFF's annual SOUND & VISION event showcases music videos, experimental films, live music and more.
ATLFF 2015 Presentation of "The Long Start to the Journey," presented by Mountainfilm on Tour ATL. Director Chris Gallaway scheduled to attend.
Leading up to #ATLFF '15 Official Selection "While We're Young," we are hosting a Noah Baumbach retrospective film series, Wednesday nights during the month of March! Don't miss Baumbach's Oscar-nominated "The Squid and the Whale."
Leading up to #ATLFF '15 Official Selection "While We're Young," we are hosting a Noah Baumbach retrospective film series, Wednesday nights during the month of March! Up first... Baumbach's debut feature, "Kicking and Screaming."
In celebration of the upcoming 39th annual Atlanta Film Festival, we cordially invite you to an official feature film selection at the Plaza Theatre followed by a party at the Callanwold Fine Arts Center. Come dressed in your best Classic Hollywood Glamour!
Homespun is a curated series of short documentary films profiling unique individuals around the metro Atlanta area. This one is all about music in Atlanta! Featuring three subjects involved in various aspects of the music industry, the screening will provide a comprehensive look of the local scene.
Join us for "Gremlins," the final installment in The Plaza Theatre Foundation's Class of 1984 series. Just like in 1984, tickets are only $3.50!
WonderRoot has compiled a Best-of list of films from its 2014 local film series to be screened at the High Museum. Admission is Free!
Join us for "Romancing the Stone," the next installment in The Plaza Theatre Foundation's Class of 1984 series. Just like in 1984, tickets are only $3.50!
Enjoy the Film presents a Dolby Digital 3D presentation of the restored 3-D "Creature From the Black Lagoon" (1954) as part of the Monsters in Black and White series at Cinevision.