Closing night of the 2013 Atlanta Film Festival will welcome Athens native James Ponsoldt's new release, “The Spectacular Now.”
Atlanta Film Festival
Saturday, March 23, 2013
Monday, March 26, 2012
A pair of Midtown Neighbors' Association meetings are also on the calendar this week
Update - March 26, 3:45 p.m.: Atlanta Public Schools will now receive comments through Friday on Superintendent Erroll B. Davis Jr.'s school redistricting plan, APS spokesman Keith Bromery said. The school system previously set Monday as the deadline. After considering public comments, Davis is to post a revised plan for schools this weekend. Original story: Hello on a Monday! Today we introduce a new feature at Midtown Patch called Last Chance, a weekly guide to approaching deadlines, show closings, registrations and other important dates. Here’s a sampling of a few things for you to be aware of this week. APS Deadline Monday is the deadline to send comments to APS Superintendent Erroll B. Davis Jr.'s office about his preliminary proposal…
Thursday, March 22, 2012
"AKA Blondie," an intimate portrait of Blondie, the legendary exotic dancer of Clermont Lounge fame, will be screened Sunday night at The Plaza Theatre.
With 125 movies over the course of 10 days, it's time to dim the lights and sit back and enjoy as the 2012 Atlanta Film Festival kicks off Friday night. The 36th Annual Atlanta Film Festival (ATLFF) begins with a 7 p.m. screening of L!fe Happens at the Landmark Midtown Arts Cinema, followed by the Opening Night Party at Paris On Ponce located at 716 Ponce De Leon Place. The festival runs through April 1 with screenings at Landmark, The Plaza Theatre, Woodruff Arts Center, The Rialto and The Goat Farm among others. The program consists of 29 Narrative Features, 26 Documentary Features and nine Short Program Presentations with more than 50 features/shorts with ties to Georgia. The festival’s main competition consists of seven Narrative …
Wednesday, March 14, 2012
The festival, which begins this month and will screen more than 125 films, is the largest and longest-running preeminent celebration of cinema in the Southeast United States. Many films will be screened at the Landmark Midtown Art Cinema.
Staff Report The 36th Annual Atlanta Film Festival (ATLFF) has announced its 2012 lineup of narrative and documentary features and short films for this year’s festival, March 23 - April 1. Over the course of 10 days, the ATLFF will screen more than 125 films curated from more than 1,500 submissions, and with many participating filmmakers and industry professionals. The program consists of 29 Narrative Features, 26 Documentary Features and nine Short Program Presentations with more than 50 features/shorts with ties to Georgia. The festival’s main competition consists of seven Narrative Features, three Pink Peach (LGBT) Features, and eight Documentary Features battling for their category’s Grand Jury Prize. A majority of the festival's films…