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“For Filth:” An evening celebrating short films that are “queer, Southern, and crazy”

"For Filth," a special one night event at the Out on Film Festival is accepting submissions for LGBT themed/angled films under 30 minutes. Read all about it!

ATLANTA FILM CHAT


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Editor Michael Goldberg Tells Atlanta Film Chat How to Improve Post-Production

Editor Michael Goldberg (Fast & Furious 7, Rectify, Single Ladies) comes by the podcast to talk about the post-production world, including what filmmakers should discuss with their editing team before they ever shoot a single frame!

 
CinemATL + Reel GA
“For Filth:” An evening celebrating short films that are “queer, Southern, and crazy”

"For Filth," a special one night event at the Out on Film Festival is accepting submissions for LGBT themed/angled films under 30 minutes. Read all about it!

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Editor Michael Goldberg Tells Atlanta Film Chat How to Improve Post-Production

Editor Michael Goldberg (Fast & Furious 7, Rectify, Single Ladies) comes by the podcast to talk about the post-production world, including what filmmakers should discuss with their editing team before they ever shoot a single frame!

Announcing Film Bar Mondays: Building the Film Community One Beer at a Time

Industry is built on community, community is built on conversation, and few activities are as well linked to conversation like sitting around drinking with friends.

Film Bar Mondays arrives to Atlanta August 4th, 6pm to provide a no-pressure atmosphere for film and non-film folks to gather and just hangout.  

Actress Lacey Patten Chats Up Atlanta Film Chat

Actress and model Lacey Patten talks about her latest roles as well as how she got started in acting, found an agent, and why she loves Sailor Moon so much!

Local Characters, Resonating Stories - The Return of Homespun, an Interview with Brantly Watts

Homespun is back at The Plaza Thursday, July 17 to introduce audiences to the people and stories that make Atlanta unique.

CinemATL spoke to Creator Brantly Watts about the screening, the Homespun mission, and what she envisions for the future of the series.

Atlanta 48 Hour Film Project: All A, C, D, E, F, G & H Selfies and the 4-Day Highlight Video

The week of July 7 through July 10, in the year 2014, a whole mess of people gathered in theater 4 of Landmark Midtown Art Cinema for 8 screenings. The reason for this gatherings? Lo, it was to watch what 48 hours of mad dashery, energy drinks, no sleep and creativity had wrought, projected for all to see. 

Watch the highlight video and revel in the selfies taken by these band of crazies.