07/16/2018 Director and co-writer of indie film ‘Pageant Material’ draws inspiration from his childhood, Atlanta culture
07/10/2018 Watch a classic film every Tuesday through Aug. 28
07/09/2018 One night only: Watch The Beatles save Pepperland in the 1968 animated film on July 9
07/05/2018 Enjoy a live performance from singer Angel White before a ‘screen on the green’ airing on July 11
06/30/2018 PLUS: Comedy, cosplay, cinema and more this weekend in the ATL, and more
06/22/2018 AJFF celebrates the Jewish film community though multimedia art forms, local food, and innovative films on June 23.
06/19/2018 Known for his role as Gandalf in ‘Lord of the Rings,’ the English actor has a deeper story to tell on June 19.
06/12/2018 “Star Wars” prequel and low-budget thriller “The Endless” creates shared universes on different scales.
06/11/2018 The four-day festival includes industry meet and greets, film screenings, workshops, and an awards ceremony on June 13-16
06/09/2018 The documentary speaks on the role black women in history have played in the current MeToo Movement on June 10
05/31/2018 The 13th annual festival hosts 27 films from around the world on June 3
05/25/2018 Touring show brings rapid-fire performances and muscular choreography to Fox Theatre
05/23/2018 “Star Wars” prequel and low-budget thriller “The Endless” creates shared universes on different scales.
05/17/2018 Film meets fashion with the exhibition Pierre Cardin: Pursuit of the Future on May 17
05/17/2018 Film line-up will feature the “best of the decade” with movies from 2000-2009 running every Thursday May 17-July 19
05/15/2018 Bianca Del Rio is back with sass in this comedy-revenge sequel on May 15
05/10/2018 All good things come in threes....
05/08/2018 A collection of short cat films paired with a local pint
05/05/2018 MASTERPIECE’s three hour mini series adaptation officially airs on PBS May 13, continuing the following week
05/04/2018 Independent films provide alternatives to mainstream fare; “Ghost Stories” delivers an old-school scare
05/04/2018 The latest installment in the Marvel Cinematic Universe is almost too much of a good thing
04/25/2018 Atlanta composer debuts live string quartet adaption for the 2001 silent film
04/11/2018 Celebrate the 42nd Atlanta Film Festival with diverse film lineups, red carpet events and more
04/10/2018 Whether watching for the first time or the hundredth, Studio Ghibli brings back the memories April 13-19
04/09/2018 The film festival is back again to support independent filmmakers
04/03/2018 Embark on a tour beginning at the Civil Rights Movement with stops at several African-American filming locations
03/26/2018 Who needs Cannes or Sundance when you have SCADFILM?
03/13/2018 Ava DuVernay’s adaptation of the YA classics offers more aphorisms than awe
03/02/2018 Blink sheds light on the true depths and effects of domestic violence
02/16/2018 Kick back, relax, and enjoy brunch with the premiere of three dope, local short films.
02/15/2018 Most films to date in the Marvel Cinematic Universe follow a flawed, frequently privileged white guy like Tony Stark as he learns to accept responsibility. And the Marvel movies aren’t alone – it’s as if superhero movies want to inspire those viewers that need the least amount of inspiration...
10/03/2017 For the sequel, the filmmakers amplify the first movie's ideas and push their implications