WALKING DISTANCE | Atlanta Film Festival 2018 - PLAZA

Addresse1049 Ponce De Leon Avenue Northeast
CityAtlanta
AtPlaza Theatre
CountySteuben (NY3001)
Date04/12/2018
Hours18:00
CategoriaEvents
1049 Ponce De Leon Avenue Northeast
Atlanta
Plaza Theatre
Steuben (NY3001)
Tel 2018-04-12
Categoria Events
WALKING DISTANCE | Atlanta Film Festival 2018 - PLAZA

WALKING DISTANCE Snapshots of peach state roots. Documentary (Local), 61 minutes Thursday, April 12, 2018, 6:00pm ⎯⎯⎯ Plaza Theatre The Last Man You Meet | directed by Chris Bone, USA, 5:00 Take an exclusive look inside the gritty business of death as a third-generation funeral director reflects on his life. #Georgia Archive | directed by Adam Forrester, USA, 2:00 Filmed in a single-take, this experimental documentation of the demise of the iconic Georgia Archives Building in Atlanta, Georgia, explores our desire to preserve the past, our appetite to make way for the future, and the complex intersection of those urges.#Georgia The Whole Speaks | directed by Caroline Rumley, USA, 2:15In two minutes we follow Nelms Creekmur through the process of creating a bottle opener out of a discarded railway tie.



But it's more than that. It's a two minute manifesto on the creative process as a whole, applicable to any medium. #Georgia AWARE | directed by Jeremy Cournyea, USA, 7:08The AWARE Wildlife Center is a non-profit that cares for injured and orphaned Georgia wildlife and promotes peaceful coexistence with our animal neighbors. #Georgia Magic is Everywhere | directed by Jordan Noel, USA, 14:48A short documentary following the final few shows of Wil Wright, AKA Lil Iffy, who borrows characters, language and situations from the Harry Potter books to tell his own version of typical hip hop stories and themes. #Georgia Walls of Hope | directed by Elisabeth Pritchett, USA, 8:16A short documentary about the Walls of Hope project in Savannah, Georgia and its creative and inspiring impact on the community.


#Georgia American Dreaming | directed by Matthew Hashiguchi, USA, 10:56With no guarantees of employment or opportunity, undocumented immigrants strive to obtain a college degree in the state of Georgia, where they are barred from enrolling in its most selected colleges and universities. #Georgia Atlanta From the Ashes | directed by Andrew Litten, USA, 10:07An exploration of Atlanta's resiliency, and how the youth of Atlanta can look to the past for leadership and perseverance to move forward. #Georgia Celebrating its 42nd year, the Atlanta Film Festival is the region’s preeminent celebration of cinema. The organization offers entertainment, networking, education & professional development year-round. Pre-sale tickets are available online for $10 until 11:59 pm the night before the screening, while same-day tickets are available to purchase for $12 at any venue’s Box Office (excluding Druid Hills Presbyterian Church).


Individual ticket holders are seated approximately 15 minutes prior to start time. If you do not arrive by the time Line B is admitted, your seat may be released to patrons waiting in the Standby Line (Line C), who are seated 5 minutes before the screening begins. It is important to arrive early, particularly for more popular screenings. Please allow plenty of time to park and make your way to the venue. TEXT the Atlanta Film Festival Box Office at (470) 296-0170 or email boxoffice@atlantafilmfestival.com.

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