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The BronzeLens Film Festival of Atlanta Celebrates 5th Anniversary

The annual BronzeLens Film Festival of Atlanta will celebrate its 5th anniversary October 22-26 as a fast-growing non-profit organization committed to showcasing and promoting films by and for people of color. 

Start your production career off right—Linda Burns' PA Academy is open for registration!

Back by popular demand, Linda Burns' PA Academy is open for registration! This extremely in-demand workshop takes place November 15-16 and is perfect for those just starting their career as a PA as well as those looking to advance their knowledge of what it takes to succeed in the industry.

Intro to the Film Business and Resume Classes Will Help You Break into the Industry

On Saturday, November 8th, frequent ATLFF collaborator and long-time Atlanta producer Linda Burns will teach two classes guaranteed to help you kick-start your film career—Intro to the Film Business and Creating a Proper Film Resume.

Animation in Atlanta is the Focus of this month's Eat, Drink, & B-Indie presented by Stella Artois

At this month's EDBI, we will hear from several of Atlanta's foremost animators—including independent auteurs as well as people from some of Atlanta's biggest animation production companies like Floyd County and Adult Swim! Plus, we will preview ASIFA-Atlanta's International Animation Day celebration!

Upcoming Events from ATLFF

Event Calendar
Eat, Drink, & B-Indie presented by Stella Artois: Animation in Atlanta

Join us on the third Tuesday of every month at Manuel's Tavern for Eat, Drink, & B-Indie presented by Stella Artois! This month, ATLFF is celebrating International Animation Day a week early with some of the brightest and boldest animators in Atlanta.

"My Mother Was A Butterfly" screening to benefit Kate's Club

Join us for a special screening of the award-winning documentary "My Mother was a Butterfly." All proceeds are benefiting Kate's Club.

Enjoy the Film: "The Day the Earth Stood Still" (1951)

Enjoy the Film presents a 35mm presentation of the Sci-Fi classic "The Day The Earth Stood Still" (1951) as part of the Monsters in Black and White series at Cinevision.

Class of 1984: "The Terminator" and "Purple Rain" Double Feature - Presented by The Plaza Theatre Foundation

The Plaza Theatre Foundation is having a launch party to celebrate its Class of 1984 series. Kicking things off is a double feature of "The Terminator" and "Purple Rain."  Just like in 1984, tickets are only $3.50!

Short Film Webinar: Lights, Camera, Action!

The final short film webinar in Kathy Cabrera's series.