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ATLFF '15 Best Documentary Feature Winner "Stray Dog"—One of the Year's Most Lauded Films

Debra Granik first played ATLFF with 2010's "Winter's Bone" and again this year with Jury Award-winner "Stray Dog." Both films have made significant impacts on the indie circuit.

Christina Humphrey and Alyssa Armand Step Into New Roles as ATLFF Shorts Programmers

The Atlanta Film Festival is pleased to announce the expansion of our programming department, including new titles for two of our talented programmers, Christina Humphrey and Alyssa Armand.

The Earlybird Deadline is About to Fly By!

Save some money and submit your film to ATLFF '16 before Midnight on Saturday, June 20!

Michael Lucker's Screenwriter School Returns in July!

Screenwriter School is offering a weekend workshop with professional screenwriter Michael Lucker who shares all the nuts and bolts one needs to know to bring their story to life. ATLFF Members get 10% off!

Upcoming Events from ATLFF

Event Calendar
Screenwriter School with Michael Lucker

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.

Eat, Drink, & B-Indie presented by Stella Artois: Screenwriting

Acclaimed screenwriter and industry expert Michael Lucker will join us for a special EDBI all about Screenwriting.

Screenwriter School with Michael Lucker

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.