Three Events in the "A" Week of July 19-24
Atlanta Film Society Presents Eat Drink & B-Indie Local Filmmaking: Online Edition
Join us for a virtual Eat, Drink & B-Indie on Instagram Live (@atlfilmsociety)! Hear from Jose A. Acosta (writer/director/cinematographer known for his scripted TV work on PBS's Edgar Allan Poe's Mystery Theatre, and his promo work with Cartoon Network, Showtime, Bravo, and many others) about his career, his experience as a local filmmaker in Atlanta, and more! For more information about Jose and his work (click here)
National Black Arts Presents A Drive-In Featuring Black Filmmakers in Atlanta Celebrating Love, Joy, Community and Blackness
“NABF Drive-In Film Festival is a celebration of the cinematic contributions of filmmakers and visual media artists. A curated line-up of thought-provoking short films by local black filmmakers, the festival serves as a medium to connect the work of black filmmakers to larger audiences and champions the shared community experience of enjoying moving images as a community in a time where connectedness is needed most. Creating the opportunity for social art engagement and nurturing the development of a thriving industry of black emerging talent in film behind and in front of the camera.
For more information and to purchase tickets, check out the National Black Arts website.
Drama Inc. presents The New Normal: Navigating virtual auditions and callbacks 1 day Webinar
For more information and to purchase tickets, click here.
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