Because you demanded it: How to Survive A Shark Attack Part 2!Read More
Because we're showing Jaws at the Plaza on Thursday (and again on Sunday), it's officially Shark Week here at the Atlanta Film Festival. In honor of that, we've collected some of the best (and worst) video advice we could find on the internet about surviving an attack by a shark.Read More
ATLFF sponsor Comcast/Xfinity co-presents the 3rd Annual Fight Against Childhood Obesity 5K on September 14th, 2013. Register for the walk/run now or visit the Picture of Health Foundation Facebook page.
The Mission of the Picture of Health Foundation Inc. (POHF) is to provide the community with health education and to empower people to change unhealthy lifestyles thereby increasing life expectancy. The POHF is a non-profit organization with the goal of promoting healthy lifestyles in our local communities. By educating the community on healthier lifestyle practices, the POHF aims to reduce the ravages of obesity, a primary cause of preventable diseases that now threaten our children, the most vulnerable in our society.
The measure before the Fulton County Commission to eliminate funding to the Department of Arts & Culture has been defeated. We mentioned this proposal earlier this week, and many of you responded.Read More
Ordinarily we don't post pictures of cake -- this isn't a food blog or CakeWrecks. But since Rob Paulsen and Maurice LaMarche (the voices of animated mice Pinky and the Brain, respectively) are coming to the Plaza Theatre in ten days, we now have an excuse to post a picture of this awesome birthday cake.Read More
It’s not often we can recreate those feelings that we felt so strongly when we were younger, but watching Romeo + Juliet brings me back to such a naïve and delicate age. I can only imagine what those who grew up in the '80s felt at our August screening of Heathers.Read More