Locals Are the Future of Filmmaking: Generally Local, Mostly Independent Film Series

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Generally Local, Mostly Independent Film Series
DATE: 12/14/2017
TIME: 7:00pm
LOCATION: Plaza Theatre
PRICE: $10 | ATLFS and WONDERROOT MEMBERS GET 2 FREE TICKETS

“Join us as we present a new crop of locally produced short films at the latest edition of Generally Local, Mostly Independent Film Series!”

7:00pm – Doors open, Live Score
7:30pm – Screening Begins

LINEUP:
665 Days (Tikva Lantigua)
#FAFATL (Sean Osorio)
Blue Jays – Sequoyah (Lev Omelchenko)
JACOB | a stream of youth and talent (Justin Dobson)
COUNTRY CLUB (Claire Molla and Melissa Word)
The American Dream (Kimberly Bustamante)
Under the Bed (Dayna Noffke)
MILK QUEST (Leo Garcia)
When Air Becomes Fire (Oliver Smith)
The Scarecrow (Leah Pollack)
Return to the Tide (Lev Omelchenko)
Hey Mister (Patrick Bailer)

The Generally Local, Mostly Independent Film Series is an ongoing partnership between WonderRoot, the Atlanta Film Society, and the Plaza Theatre Foundation. We host quarterly screenings and regularly bring in guest jurors to select the most promising films of the evening. The series seeks to support emerging filmmakers in getting their work festival-ready. Winning filmmakers receive funding to submit their work to other local and national film festivals, along with VIP access to the annual Atlanta Film Festival.

The Generally Local, Mostly Independent Film Series provides a high-quality venue for local filmmakers to screen their work and helps to cultivate a thriving independent filmmaking scene in Atlanta.

For more information visit:
WonderRoot
Atlanta Film Society
Plaza Theatre Foundation

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