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Candace Mabry has been part of the Atlanta film scene since 2003. More than just an actress, Candace has moved into producing films and other content
We can't believe it's been over 3 months since our last podcast! But now we're back, and this time we're discussing our favorite Summer Movies of this year.
Stephen King's book series finally comes to the silver screen with "The Dark Tower" movie. How does it stack up?
The filmmakers from short horror film "Girls Against Humanity" discuss making the film in part 2 of our Dragon Con Film Festival coverage!
In case you were busy on-set this week, we've got the rundown of things you missed. From Emojis to Avengers to the Coen Brothers on Netflix, we've got you covered...
Director Jacob Viness' latest feature-length film, Maggie's Farm, was recently released on Amazon and iTunes. Jacob was kind enough to answer a few questions about the film.
The Nut Job 2 comes to theaters this weekend, and that got us to thinking about all the awesome animated films out there -- more specifically the ones that feature animals. Let's take a look at some of the best animated animals to hit the big screen...
The filmmakers from short horror film "Homesick" discuss making the film in part 1 of our Dragon Con Film Festival coverage!
They said it couldn't be done, but here are 4 GOOD THINGS about "The Emoji Movie." Is it actually a good movie? Well, let's not get ahead of ourselves... :D
Dave Watkins has been making independent films in Atlanta since the early 2000's. We were able to grab Dave when he wasn't super-busy on set and got him to answer 5 Questions about his upcoming projects, working as an AD, and which bad horror movie is the best
The Dark Tower becomes the latest Stephen King adaption when it arrives in theaters this Friday. With such a huge catalog to choose from, our choice for this week's Top 3 topic was obvious. Here are our favorites from the master of horror (and other genres)...
On June 21, the folks at the CinemATL Podcast shot a pilot for a TV Show called the "CinemATL Show" (clever, huh?). It was basically a 30-minute TV show version of our monthly podcast. We hoped to air the show on TV, but alas the pilot was not picked up to run on TV. This is the UNEDITED audio feed from those lost pilot episodes.