Film industry sees SCAD Savannah Film Festival as cinematic beacon


For a 20-year-old person, that 21st birthday is not only special but a signifier of adulthood — a shift into maturity.

It’s safe to say that the SCAD Savannah Film Festival doesn’t have to go through the same trials of maturity as a 21-year-old human, but the annual Southern cinematic celebration has found ways to blossom in its own 21st year.

While festivals such as Sundance, Toronto, New York, Telluride or South by Southwest may hold the cards when it comes to finding distribution or being the hub for world premieres, Savannah has found its niche among the next tier of festivals — ones directed at celebrating movies and the work being done by people both in front of and behind the camera.

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