While we’re on Spring Break this week, the Atlanta Film Festival is happening. Along with the great movies – great workshops – and great filmmakers, the peeps at the Plaza Theater have set up a very cool event.
Tuesday, James Franco, in town to shoot his latest movie, will be at the Plaza hosting a Master Class. Tickets are $25, but seating is limited – so check it out!
James Franco’s Master Class at the Atlanta Film Festival, Monday March 23 at 10 AM
Along with Franco, there are tons of other great things happening – check it out:
We’ll see you there!!
If you have been watching the news, you know that the FCC has just put in place some news rules regarding internet traffic to level the playing field for all consumers.
Sounds a whole lot like what Georgia Archer was telling VOD Indie when discussing her film Barbershop Punk.
Flashback and check out Jon Benson’s interview with Georgia Archer.
Getting the key spot of the night’s film at the 9th Annual Macon Film Festival was a nice coup for the filmmakers’ behind BROTHER’S KEEPER, which shot in Bainbridge, GA.
T.J. Amato, co-director, stopped in at the festival headquarters to talk with VOD Indie about his experience making the film and what’s to come.
Find out more about the film at their Facebook page.
Having two films in the Macon Film Festival was quite an accomplishment for Justin Litton. Along with directing his film DEEP EMOTION, Justin was the Director of Photography of the German Language film BORDER PATROL. Justin talked about what has motivated him and the benefit of finding talented collaborators.
Find out more about Justin’s work at webpage
VOD Indie visited the 9th Annual Macon Film Festival and was able to meet many great filmmakers, including the wonderful music video couple – Nicholas & Hortencia Goodman.
Their music video for Rebecca Jordan’s song EVE was a hit at the festival and to our students. First, check out the interview
Find out more about Nicholas & Hortencia at their website – http://mentalproperties.wordpress.com/
VOD Indie visited the 9th Annual Macon Film Festival and was able to meet many great filmmakers, including Mariek Niestadt.
Along with nabbing the Audience Award for Best Documentary, Niestadt caught our attention in this wonderful interview. Enjoy
To find out more about Marieke and her film, visit her website
When Jack (played by J.T. Arbogast) makes a trip back to his hometown to visit his Alzheimer suffering grandmother Polly (Joyce Van Patten), things become complicated tearing Jack between jumping at a career opportunity and caring for his family.
Find out more at their website http://angelsperch.com/
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