Atlanta Film Chat Episode 93: Filmmaker Adam Pinney (The Arbalest, Blood Car, Too Many Cooks)

Filmmaker Adam Pinney (The Arbalest, Blood Car, Too Many Cooks) discusses making his film The Arbalest, winning the SXSW Grand Jury prize, future projects, and Molly gushes about Blood Car and its influence on her career!

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Fake Wood, Reel Talent

Atlanta has some excellent Film Collectives. Obviously, Film Collectives are nothing new, they’ve been around for years and in many places but in Atlanta they occupy a special place in the independent film scene. We’ve had a relatively recent history of success stories that came from film collectives from Atlanta . The thing with collectives is that it often seems hard to maintain a high level of commitment and energy to keep them going. From famous collectives like Zoetrope to Atlanta’s own Pop Films, film collectives often energize a group of filmmakers to achieve more together than they can working separately. Fake Wood Wallpaper is a collective that has been working together for a few years on Atlanta ’s film scene. With shorts like The Adventure which screened in film festivals such as Rotterdam International Film Festival among others as well as their cult-favorite feature Blood Car they displayed a unique style and commitment to quality productions.

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