From the big screen to the small, we have some ideas about what to watch this month. Among our recommendations is Natalie Portman's latest, a documentary about Leonard Nimoy filled with those who loved him best, and two Spielberg films.
Love the idea of covering Atlanta’s largest film festival? Want exposure to 23 days of non-stop international and independent cinema? How about the chance to cover one of Atlanta’s premiere events at seven different venues? Then you should probably sign up to help cover this year’s AJFF.
With every artistic endeavor, there are arguments, and with every medium, especially film, there are tropes we all know and recognize. Some clichés we love, others we only tolerate, but one trope worth reexamining is the Manic Pixie Dream Girl. Bernadette Bridges took a look at the trend.
We've told you when the 2017 AJFF will be; between January 24 and February 15. Now we're excited to announce where the festival will screen: at seven venues, including two additions, that will open up more seats for more audiences across the city.
As plans continue for the 2017 AJFF, we are proud to announce that this year, we are partnering with Second Helpings Atlanta (SHA) to rescue any surplus food at Opening Night. It will then be delivered to one of SHA’s partner agencies feeding those in need. Read more about AJFF and SHA.