Issue #10 - Cover Story: 2007 Atlanta Film FestivalSurprise! Hope you weren't napping...the Atlanta Film Festival is early this year, moving from its old June timeframe to April 19-28 this year. CinemATL is ready to keep you up to date on everything that's going on at Atlanta's biggest film event. More >>Reviews: Blood Car, Fay Grim, Killer of Sheep, The TV SetOn Set: Diary of a RiM FilmmakerNews & Notes: Cineprov! takes the stage, previewing Alabaster, Death of Seasons on DVD, My Christmas SoldierAnd much more!
Issue #9 - Cover Story: Sundance '07From Atlanta's own The Signal, to the New Orleans feature Low and Behold, to North Carolina's Great World of Sound, the South was again well represented at Sundance. The 2007 festival had plenty of excitement and CinemATL was there to cover it all. More >>   • Preview Coverage: Independent Black Film Festival, Women of Color Arts & Film FestivalOn Set Reports: I Am the Bluebird, El DepartmentoInsider's Scoop: Storyboard ArtistSoutheast Film Reviews: The Signal, Dark Remains, Low and Behold, Great World of SoundAnd much more!
Issue #8 - Cover Story: Rainforest Films' Rob Hardy & Will PackerWill Packer and Rob Hardy have been here before, but never to this level. With Stomp the Yard coming to theaters in January, the duo is ready to step up their game. More >>   • Preview Coverage: Atlanta Jewish Film FestivalOn Set Reports: Evil Keg, God Is DeadFlashback/Flashforward: Sharky's Machine Local Film Review: The Axe Man News & Notes: Behind the Dailies, Off the Black Premieres in Atlanta, WIF/A Produces PSA, Axe Black Filmmakers SeriesAnd much more!
Issue #7 - Cover Story: IMAGE's new director, Gabe WardellIMAGE recently brought in Gabriel Wardell as its new executive director and CinemATL got together with him to learn more about the current state of the organization, the problems plaguing its infrastructure—and his plans to rescue IMAGE. More >>   • Complete Coverage: Out on FilmOn Set Reports: Lynch Mob, Until We PartFlashback/Flashforward: Metropolis Insider's Scoop: Production Designer John Sabato News & Notes: Claire hits DVD, the Plaza Theatre returns, Saving Sophie debutsAnd much more!
Issue #6 - Cover Story: POPfilmsThrough the years that followed the explosion of independent, digital filmmaking in Atlanta, POPfilms, a collective comprised of Jacob Gentry, Dave Bruckner, Dan Bush and Alex Motlagh, have ascended to the forefront of the newly burgeoning Atlanta cinema scene. More >>Complete Coverage: Rome Int'l Film FestivalOn Set Reports: Ricky CooperFlashback/Flashforward: Jean-Luc Godard Insider's Scoop: Stunt Coordinator with the Black Knights Stunts Team News & Notes: An in-depth look at Facing the GiantsAnd much more!
Issue #5 - Cover Story: Atlanta Film FestivalWelcome to CinemATL's headquarters for all things Atlanta Film Festival. Check here for all of our stories surrounding the 30th annual festival. Interviews from Jake Jacobson & Ruby Dee, previews of films with local connections, and reviews are all here. CinemATL's got you covered! More >>Interviews With: Ruby Dee, Jake JacobsonOn Set Reports: 48 Hour Film ProjectCoverage Of: Psychopathia Sexualis, Ashtide, My Redneck Brain Cell, The Last Adam, War and Truth and many more AFF Films! • And much more!
Issue #4 - Cover Story: Georgia Film, Video & Music OfficeWhat exactly does the Georgia Film, Video and Music Office do? More >>On Set Reports: House of Payne, Steppin'Coverage Of: ATL Premiere, Atlanta Film Colliquium, Mira Nair at Emory, Independent Black Film FestivalReviews: Sir! No Sir!, The Bread Squeezer, and many more local reviews. • And much more!
Issue #3 - Cover Story: Lisa Cunningham, Jen Kelley, Mary Kraft After two issues of CinemATL, we asked ourselves, what could we do better for our third time out? There are so many talented local filmmakers to spotlight and not enough covers on which to do it. So we quickly made the decision to pursue not one, nor even two, but a trio of women—and genuine A-list talents—for our cover story. More >>On Set Reports: Blood Car, The SignalCoverage Of: Sundance 2006, Atlanta Jewish Film FestivalReviews: The Other Side, Somebodies, The Gospel, Off the Black, and many more local reviews. • And much more!
Issue #2 - Cover Story: Greg ThompsonIt's a chore to track down Greg Thompson. He's constantly on the move, working. If he's not got a role for television, then he's directing or starring in theater productions all over the Southeast. More >>On Set Reports: Good Intentions, The Last Adam, Fox NASCAR CommercialCoverage Of: Urban Mediamakers Film Festival, Duncan Tucker's Transamerica, Cinefé 8 and El Cine Mireles, King Kong Premiere BenefitDay for Night Galleries: Out On Film, Dixie Film Festival, CinemATL LaunchReviews: Motor Home MassacreAnd much more!
Issue #1 - Cover Story: Ed BanuelAnd the winner is..." Ed Banuel is getting used to hearing his name spoken after that phrase. He's amassed an impressive list of accolades already in his young career. His first short film Unjust Cause won him the Showtime Black Filmakers Showcase's top honor in 2003—a great way to start his directing career. More >>On Set Reports: Randy and the Mob, Untitled Chris Robinson ProjectReviews: Last Goodbye, Ghost of the Needle, The Adevntures of Ociee NashDay for Night Galleries: The Gospel premiere, 2005 48 Hour Film ProjectAnd much more!