Animated Short Garbanzos by Ammar Nassri is the Focus of Part 4 of Atlanta Film Chat's Atlanta Film Festival Coverage

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Previous 2015 Atlanta Film Festival episodes:

Feature film Satanic Panic 2: Battle of the Bands

Feature film Good Grief Suicide Hotline

Animated short Starlight

Feature film Female Pervert

This is the week it all starts! The Atlanta Film Festival is just a few short days away. While everyone else is getting on planes, figuring out their schedules, and finding all the best parties to hit up, Atlanta Film Chat is busy bringing you even more episodes featuring filmmakers with films in the festival!

Today we bring you Ammar Nassri and his animated short Garbanzos which screens March 24th at 9 PM at 7 Stages. It's in the Animated Short block with Starlight which we highlighted previously. Ammar talks about how his Syrian roots influenced the story, his upcoming short he's working on, and what he plans on doing with his degree from SCAD.

Announcements Mentioned in the Episode

Film Bar Monday is at Argosy tonight (March 16th) and next week (March 23rd) it's at Mac Magee's. There's also the second edition of Film Bar Wednesday on March 18th which is at Johnnie MacCracken's in Marietta.

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