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Five Events in the "A" Week of February 14 - 20



February 16

Atlanta Film Society presents Eat, Drink & B-Indie (Online Edition!): Diverse Voices and Stories


Join us for a virtual Eat, Drink & B-Indie on Instagram Live (@atlfilmsociety)! This month, hear from Asad Farooqui, director, screenwriter, producer, and actor (and ATLFF alum!). He has directed multiple short films and written various scripts about Pakistani and Muslim characters stuck in an America that refuses to accept them. Asad will be discussing how to engage people from underrepresented and minority communities well before they reach adulthood along with how these communities can work with organizations, such as ATLFS, to create programs catering to younger students in high school and early college. This conversation will be moderated by ATLFS's Brian Grady, Screenplay Programmer.


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February 17

Opening Night of the 2021 AJFF (Atlanta Jewish Film Festival)


One night only, join fellow AJFF festival-goers for the kickoff of the 12-day hybrid experience and preview what’s to come. Then enjoy the Opening Night screening of ‘Kiss Me Kosher’ from the comfort of home, with a complimentary, curated Festival-in-a- Box. Plus, a gourmet dinner from Added Touch, available for purchase with delivery or pickup.


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February 20


Georgia Media Academy presents “So You Want to Be a Host?” Full One-Day Hosting Bootcamp with Summer Jackson


COURSE DESCRIPTION:

In this interactive course, students will learn basic on-camera techniques for traditional hosting and co-hosting, teleprompter, red carpet hosting, interviewing, going live on social media, and 5-minutes with Summer reel critique.

WHAT YOU’LL LEARN:

  • Basic teleprompter skills

  • How to develop content

  • Terminology

  • Tips

  • Pulling people into interviews

  • Handling live interviews

  • Interviewing techniques/do’s & don’ts

  • Do’s and don’ts of effective on-camera performance

  • On-camera presence

WHAT YOU’LL NEED:

  • Willingness to perform on-camera

  • Access to the Internet

  • Computer, laptop, iPhone, or Android phone

  • Reel

WHAT YOU’LL LEAVE WITH:

  • Enhanced on-camera skills

  • Course certificate

  • Tips for developing your reel

This boot camp will be held in studio at the Georgia Media Academy, 388 Glynn Street N in Fayetteville. Masks are strictly enforced. Please make sure this date works for your schedule. No refunds. No outside guests. For additional information, contact info@georgia mediaacdemy.com

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Georgia Media Academy present Two-Day Filmmaking Bootcamp Learn how to Produce & Direct Your First Production with Sean Van Dorn

Course Description:

This course will introduce beginning filmmakers to the 5 stages of the production process. There will be an emphasis on Development, Pre-Production, Production, of course, we will explore the other two stages as well: Post-production and Distribution. The objective of the course is to breakdown the essential tools and roles that are needed in order for your production to be successful.

We will cover the following topics:

  • Story Idea/Script Development/Logline/Pitch/Financing/Crowdfunding

  • Hiring a crew/Crew Positions/Maintaining Business license & Insurance/Script Breakdown/Schedule & Budget/Locations

  • Directing/Blocking/Scene Sequence/Shot List/Shooting Schedule/Call Sheets

  • Editing/Foley & ADR/Color Grading

  • Social Media Marketing/Film Festivals/Four Walling/Streaming Services/Aggregators

This course will be held LIVE online via Zoom. Please make sure these dates work for your schedule. No outside guests are allowed. No refunds. For additional information, email info@georgiamediaacademy.com.

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The City of Hapeville Georgia presents Southern Circuit Film Series 2020-2021

The City of Hapeville proudly presents the Southern Circuit Tour of Independent Filmmakers. The Southern Circuit Tour of Independent Filmmakers is a program of South Arts. Southern Circuit screenings are funded in part from South Arts in a partnership with the National Endowment for the Arts.

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