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Are you a screenwriter in Atlanta? Have you ever heard your scripts read out loud? If not, you should check out The Read ATL. Read-throughs are great for truly hearing your dialogue out in the open, and when it's read by working Atlanta actors it's even better.
Tomika Weston, a.k.a Bella Spinelli, came on the show to talk about The Read ATL as well as her own screenwriting career and aspirations. We also talk about how great The Goonies is, why she wanted to be a rapper when she was a kid, and much more!
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Also this week, head to Eat, Drink & B-Indie on Tuesday 7:30-9 PM at Manuel's Tavern to learn all about crafting the look of a film! Our own Molly Coffee will be there as a special guest.
Plus, on Wednesday 6:30 PM-9:30 PM at Land of a Thousand Hills Coffee go hang out with other Atlanta artists and animators at the monthly ASIFA meeting!
Make sure to check out the great local project "The Red Cape" - a short drama from local producer Brendon Murphy. A young black boy and his father struggle to survive the 1898 Wilmington Race Riot - the only proven violent overthrow of a government in US History. Follow the project at facebook.com/RedCapeMovie!
Actors, do you need taping services in Atlanta? Head to Frat Pack Productions! Are you auditioning for a show like The Walking Dead or Stranger Things? Tape with actors from those shows or similar projects instead of just getting shoved into an empty room and left to your own devices. Plus, they're open 7 days a week!
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Produced by Zombie Cat Productions, Atlanta Film Chat is a podcast dedicated to going behind the scenes with the talented & hardworking folks in the Atlanta film community. Look for us and subscribe on iTunes, Stitcher, Google Play, & Roku!