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Five Events in the "A" Week of February 3-9

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February 4

Georgia Production Partnership and DeKalb Entertainment Commission Presents GPP Monthly Membership Meeting Navigating the Film Industry

“Recognizing Black History.


Jennifer Long - Founder - The VO Collective and Radio Personality, Kiss 104.1

Shaunya Chavis-Rucker - Divisional Head - Fulton Film Office

Cardelia Hunter - Director, Mayor’s Office of Film and Entertainment Office

Shelbia Jackson - Director DeKalb Entertainment Commission.”

For ticket information, check out the event on the Georgia Production Partnership website.

February 8

Are you an aspiring minority screenwriter?

The Atlanta Film Society Presents Screenwriting 101: Diverse Voices and Stories

“This screenwriting course is created for underrepresented and minority writers to develop stories that are often untold. While the course will also focus on the basic tenets of screenwriting including, structure, tone, and character, its main focus will be to help writers discover their inner voice and write stories that break convention.”

For more information, check out the event on the Atlanta Film Society website.

City of Hapeville, Georgia Presents Southern Circuit Tour of Indie Filmmakers 2019-2020

“The City of Hapeville proudly presents Hapeville ‘Reel To Real’ Arts an Independent Film & Arts Series, featuring South Arts Films. The screenings will now be held on Saturday evenings at the Historic Christ Church & Carriage House starting with a Reception with the Filmmaker at 6 pm and the Film Screening at 7 pm, followed by a Q&A with the filmmaker.

For more information, check out the event on Facebook.

February 9

Pilot Season Bootcamp

Giovonnie Samuels from All That and Bring It On All or Nothing and Chantal Maurice from Queen Sugar, Dynasty, and Blue Blood will be teaching

Learning how to elevate your career

Build your brand with the Business of Show

Transform your audition technique and book more tv/film

For more information, check out the event on Eventbrite.

Hollywood’s Biggest Night at The Plaza Theatre

“Come watch film’s biggest night live on the screen at the Plaza Theatre. It’s the Oscars viewing party with the Atlanta Film Society, BronzeLens, Plaza Theatre Foundation, Out on Film and Women in Film and Television Atlanta. This event is a pay what you can donate and all proceeds go towards the participating organizations.”

For more information, check out the event on Facebook.

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