The world premiere of Carterland, a new documentary film on former President Jimmy Carter, will open the 45th Atlanta Film Festival this April.
Atlanta Film Festival
NAME OF FESTIVAL: Atlanta Film Festival
WHERE: Atlanta, Georgia, USA
ABOUT THE FESTIVAL
The Atlanta Film Festival—one of only two-dozen Academy Award® qualifying festivals in the U.S.—is the area’s preeminent celebration of cinema. The Atlanta Film Festival is one of the largest and longest-running festival in the country, welcoming an audience of over 28,000 to discover hundreds of new independent, international, animated, documentary, and short films, selected from 8000+ submissions from all over the world.
The 44th Atlanta Film Festival which was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, will now take place in September with over 100 films.
Over 11 days, the 2019 Atlanta Film Festival will present 31 feature length films plus 98 short films, including an array of music videos, virtual reality and episodic pilots.
The 42nd annual Atlanta Film Festival which took place April 13 to 22, 2018, awarded its top jury prizes to Wind Traces (Restos de Viento) and Man Made.
42nd Atlanta Film Festival to Feature Lineup of Record +200 Films, ‘EIGHTH GRADE’ ‘BLINDSPOTTING’ ‘TULLY’ and More
The 42nd Annual Atlanta Film Festival (ATLFF), less than a month away, announced the full lineup of films includes 58 feature length films and 150 short films from 56 countries
Blindspotting, the upcoming feature film debut from director Carlos López Estrada starring Daveed Diggs, will kick off the 2018 Atlanta Film Festival (ATLFF) on Friday, April 13, 2018.
The 42nd Atlanta Film Festival & Creative Conference (ATLFF), taking place April 13 to 22, 2018, announced the first wave of film programming.
DAVE MADE A MAZE, a feature-length adventure comedy using practical effects and stop-motion animation, directed by Bill Watterson, will kick off the 41st Atlanta Film Festival
The first slate of programming, comprising feature length and short films, narratives, documentaries, pilot episodes, music videos, animation, puppetry, experimental and virtual reality has been revealed for the upcoming 41st Atlanta Film Festival (ATLFF).
The 39th annual Atlanta Film Festival taking place March 20-29, 2015, announced the competitive lineups in the narrative and documentary feature categories.
The 39th annual Atlanta Film Festival taking place March 20 thru 29, 2015, has released the first ten feature films, all directed by women, selected for the festival’s film lineup.
I Believe In Unicorns directed by Leah Meyerhoff won the top prize for Best Narrative Feature Film at the 2014 Atlanta Film Festival.