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What Is The Georgia Documentary Film Festival?

The Georgia Documentary Film Festival is a theatrical screening event in Atlanta, Georgia. Our mission is to screen independently produced documentary films from around the world at Atlanta Brewing Company every year. We support and screen films from the state of Georgia, all 50 US States, as well as International Documentary Films. The 3rd Georgia Documentary Film Festival event is scheduled for November 11, 2019. Submissions are now open for the Fall 2019 event via FilmFreeway.

Georgia Documentary Film Festival Judging Guide

 

Georgia Documentary Film Festival Submission Categories (4)

The following Georgia Documentary Film Festival Submission Categories are the same ones used for the Oregon Documentary Film Festival. Both events take place at different times of year,  have a different pool of regional judges, and are Film Festival Circuit Partner Events. If you're looking for exposure for your film on the Documentary Film Festival Circuit, we recommend that you submit your film to both events.

1) Documentary Film (6-30 minutes): This category is reserved for documentary films with thought provoking short stories about real life, interesting people, great stories, historical research, medical issues, sports stories, coming of age stories, political issues, war stories, racism, gender issues, LGBTQ stories, social justice issues, artists, musicians, actors, professionals, technologies, or some kind of non-fiction story. All flavors of well documented films and stories are eligible from anywhere in the world, and in any language (with English subtitles or voice-over). The duration of videos submitted to the Documentary Film category is between six minutes and thirty minutes in length including all credits. (6:00 - 30:00)

2) Documentary Micro Short Film (1-6 minutes): This category is reserved for documentary films with thought provoking short stories about real life, interesting people, great stories, historical research, medical issues, sports stories, coming of age stories, political issues, war stories, racism, gender issues, LGBTQ stories, social justice issues, artists, musicians, actors, professionals, technologies, or some kind of non-fiction story. All flavors of well documented films and stories are eligible from anywhere in the world, and in any language (with English subtitles or voice-over). The time limit for the Documentary Micro Short Film category is five minutes and fifty nine seconds (05:59) including all credits.

3) Docu-series, Web Series or TV Pilot Episode (6-30 minutes): This category is reserved for a single docu-series, web series, or a TV Pilot episode that is shot in a non-fiction documentary format. An episode with thought provoking short stories about real life, interesting people, great stories, historical research, medical issues, sports stories, coming of age stories, political issues, war stories, racism, gender issues, LGBTQ stories, social justice issues, artists, musicians, actors, professionals, technologies, or some kind of non-fiction story. All flavors of well documented stories are eligible from anywhere in the world, and in any language (with English subtitles or voice-over). Please do not combine more than one episode in one submission. The duration of videos submitted to the Docu-series, Web Series or TV Pilot Episode category is between six minutes and thirty minutes in length including all credits. (6:00 - 30:00)

4) Docu-series, Web Series or TV Pilot Micro Short Episode (1-6 minutes): This category is reserved for a single docu-series, web series, or a TV Pilot episode that is shot in a non-fiction documentary format. An episode with thought provoking short stories about real life, interesting people, great stories, historical research, medical issues, sports stories, coming of age stories, political issues, war stories, racism, gender issues, LGBTQ stories, social justice issues, artists, musicians, actors, professionals, technologies, or some kind of non-fiction story. All flavors of well documented stories are eligible from anywhere in the world, and in any language (with English subtitles or voice-over). Please do not combine more than one episode in one submission. The time limit for the Docu-series, Web Series or TV Pilot Micro Short Episode category is five minutes and fifty nine seconds (05:59) including all credits.

 

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Georgia Documentary Film Festival Award Nomination Categories

The Georgia Documentary Film Festival selects the top 30% of films rated by our judging panel. These are called the "official selections."  Of the films that are named official selections, there are 5 nominations for each award category. On the event date, there is one winner per award category. If you are unable to attend the event, we will mail the award to you, free of charge, anywhere in the world. The following is a list of our award categories:

  1. Best Cinematography Award
  2. Best Director Award
  3. Best Documentary Film Award (6-30 minutes)
  4. Best Documentary Micro Short Film Award (1-6 minutes)
  5. Best Docu-Series Episode Award
  6. Best Editing Award
  7. Best Georgia Documentary Film Award
  8. Best Historical Documentary Film Award
  9. Best International Director Award
  10. Best International Documentary Film Award
  11. Best Nature and Outdoor Documentary Film Award
  12. Best Political Documentary Film Award
  13. Most Inspirational Film Award

 

Georgia Documentary Film Festival 2019 Official Selections

12:00 PM - 4:00 PM | Session 1 Film Screenings | Saturday June 1, 2019
  1. A Millennial Unplugged Directed by Edel Bane (Ireland)
  2. A Room Full of Lego Directed by Daniel Bourke (Australia)
  3. A Thousand Pair of Eyes Directed by Nik Forster, Dennis Lundin (Australia)
  4. Almost Home Directed by Susan Cahill, Matt Rogers (Canada)
  5. An Eaglet's First Flight Directed by Cherin Spencer-Bower (Montana)
  6. Ant. Directed by Hayden Bevis (Australia)
  7. Ariana Feiner: A Story of Courage Directed by Ariana Feiner (Georgia)
  8. Arrested (Again) Directed by Dan Goldes (California)
  9. Artist Statement Directed by Shayna Connelly (Illinois)
  10. Aware Directed by Jeremy Cournyea (Georgia)
  11. Big Paradise Directed by JP Olsen, Kristen Nutile (Ohio)
  12. Blessing Directed by Hadley Hendon (Morocco)
  13. Can we change a changed world? Directed by Shihyun Wang (California)
  14. Carnatic Wave: A Glimpse of the Karaikudi Veena Tradition in Portland, Oregon Directed by David Van Auken (Oregon)
  15. Chiaroscuro Directed by Parthajit Baruah (India)
  16. Colors of Resistance Directed by Areeb Zuaiter (Washington D.C.)
  17. Concrete Dreams Directed by Nick Nummerdor (Illinois)
  18. Coos Bay Wooden Boatbuilders Directed by Greg McKenzie (Oregon)
  19. counter//balance Directed by Anuradha Rana (Illinois)
  20. Crown the County of Lowndes Directed by Theo M. Moore II (Alabama)
  21. Digging Into The Nacoochee Burial Mound Directed by Brady Brandwood (Georgia)
  22. Discover Hope in Heemang Narae Directed by Hyojeong Lee (South Korea)
  23. Dreamer Directed by Shihyun Wang (Taiwan)
  24. Dreamer's Gate Directed by Daz Chandler (Australia)
  25. Emma. Directed by Saskia Hennecke, Grace Tourville (Indiana)
  26. Faceless for the Voiceless Directed by Nicholas Snyder (Belgium)
  27. Fraser Syndrome & Me Directed by Kyle Anne Grendys (Wisconsin/Illinois)
  28. Get Comfortable Athens, GA Directed by Andrew Levy, Cartter Fontaine, Sam Birdsong (Georgia)
  29. Go For Landing Directed by Kevin Stirling (Pennsylvania)
  30. Heaven Can Wait Directed by Maria Cristina Carbonell (Florida)
  31. Her Turf: The Untold Story about Three Female Football Refs Directed by Shantel Hansen (Georgia)
  32. High Diver Directed by DH Jacobs (Tennessee)
  33. History of African American Politics in DeKalb County, from Struggle to Transformation Directed by Tiffany Parks, Ben Whisenhunt (Georgia)
  34. I Am Tabitha Directed by Sierra D. Blake, Kareem McMichael (Georgia)
  35. If I Walked Away Directed by Aaron J. Davis (Illinois)
  36. In the dark room Directed by Luigi Abanto Varese (Spain)
  37. Inner City Dreams Directed by Peter Bob White (California)
  38. Ka Hale: A Revival Directed by MarQ Morrison (Hawaii)
  39. Lessons from A Living Legend Directed by Keysha Lee (Georgia)
  40. Love Letters to Death Directed by Simon Ray (Scotland)
  41. Love never ends Directed by Sean Chen (California)
  42. Making Waves: Rebirth of the Golden Rule Directed by James Knight (California)
  43. Migrant Directed by Abbey Hoekzema (Georgia)
  44. Mondello Directed by Andrew Adams (California)
  45. MPG Ranch: The Land and Its People Directed by Cherin Spencer-Bower, Alan Ramsey, Philip Ramsey (Montana)
  46. Mr. Gele: The Man. The Story. The Craft Directed by Gladys Edeh (Georgia)
  47. Mum Directed by Mariam Al Awadhi (United Arab Emirates)
  48. My Paintbrush Bites Directed by Joel Pincosy, Joe Egender (Pennsylvania)
  49. National Parks: A Love Story Directed by The Pattiz Brothers, Mathew John (Georgia/ Washington D.C)
  50. No One Directed by Charles Emir Richards (Turkey)
  51. One Day Ahead - Short Documentary Directed by Matthew Jenke (New Zealand)
  52. PATH! A Goodbye Letter to America Directed by Zak Norton (Georgia)
  53. People of the Forest: Orang Rimba Directed by Isaac Kerlow (Singapore / Indonesia)
  54. Periods and Other Lady Bits Directed by Katrina Nilles (Illinois)

 

 

 

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM | Awards, Intermission, Filmmaker's Mixer

This time is reserved for Filmmaker's to meet, greet, network and engage with others about their films and future projects. Films will not screen during this time. Awards will be presented by Festival Director Caroline King. There will be an opportunity to take photos in front of the step-and-repeat.

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5:00 PM - 9:30 PM | Session 2 Film Screenings | Saturday June 1, 2019
  1. Mercy's Kennel, Directed by Tracy Bishop (Georgia)
  2. What Are You Looking At? Directed by Manahar Kumar (Georgia/India)
  3. Photos in the Rain, Directed by Thomas F. O'Brien (Virginia)
  4. Power Lines, Directed by Laura Asherman (Georgia)
  5. Pull Your Pants Up, Directed by Tracy Jenkins (California)
  6. Red Chef Revival, Directed by Danny Berish (Canada)
  7. Remembering Private Quagliano, Directed by Rodney Roldan (New York)
  8. Repetition Compulsion, Directed by CS Coulter (Canada)
  9. Rural, Directed by Tyler Hall (Illinois)
  10. Sanctuaries: A New Life Directed by Paula Castro (Georgia)
  11. Shaholly Directed by Wojciech Lorenc (Hawaii)
  12. Skylines Directed by Kevin Stirling (Pennsylvania)
  13. Sound and Sole Directed by Cara Hagan (North Carolina)
  14. South X Directed by JP Olsen (Ohio)
  15. Stream of Sabs Directed by Jacob Swafford (North Carolina)
  16. Swipe Left: The Documentary Directed by Kayla Lattimore (Washington D.C.)
  17. The Blessed Assurance Directed by Isabelle Carbonell (Georgia)
  18. The Colorado Street Bridge project Directed by Guy Zhuoqin Yang (California)
  19. The cost of weed Directed by Shihyun Wang (California)
  20. The Disease Detective Looks at Sarcoidosis Directed by Laura Puccia Valtorta (South Carolina)
  21. The Flaws of Copyright Infringement Laws Directed by Starr Jarrard , Elijah Schleiban (California)
  22. The Last Doll Lady Directed by Taryn Hough (California)
  23. The Magic Behind the Mojo Directed by Joe Gallo (Louisiana)
  24. The Music Sounds Better with Whom: The Impact of Artificial Intelligence on the Music Experience Directed by Chasson Gracie (New York)
  25. The Negro Building VR Experience Directed by Chuck Cummings (Georgia/California)
  26. The Path You Travel: A Japan Travelogue Directed by (Georgia)
  27. The Puddle Directed by Rob Tiffin (Georgia)
  28. The Puppet Free Library Directed by Jared Leong (Massachusetts)
  29. The Things We Leave Behind Directed by Drew Thomas (Georgia)
  30. The Third Conflict Directed by Zebulon Griffin (Ohio and Kenya)
  31. The Traffic Separating Device Directed by Johan Palmgren (Sweden)
  32. There goes the neighborhood Directed by Dan Evans (Oregon)
  33. Three Days in the life of Maria Directed by Oana ghiocel (Romania)
  34. Truth or dare? Are we alone? Directed by Shihyun Wang (California)
  35. Tsunami Directed by Chris Ingham (North Carolina)
  36. Tunnel Vision Directed by Cartter Fontaine, Sam Birdsong, Andrew Levy (Georgia)
  37. Turned Tiny: The Business of Tiny Homes Directed by Matt Brosey (Pennsylvania)
  38. Uncle Frank's House: An American Dream Directed by Kathy Drasky (Michigan)
  39. Vaarheim Directed by Victor Ridley (United Kingdom)
  40. Victoria Directed by Serge Alhelayel (Lebanon, Beirut )
  41. Water Inhabitants Directed by Tamino Parren (The Netherlands)
  42. We Have a Dream: Women's Hopes & Conflicts Directed by Zlila Helman (Israel)
  43. What's Your Story? Directed by Timothy "CURIOUS" Starks (United States)
  44. Why We Push Directed by Graeme Bachiu (Canada)

 

Georgia Documentary Film Festival 2019 Award Nominations & Winners

1) Best Cinematography Award Nominations

  1. Ant. Directed by Hayden Bevis (Australia)
  2. Artist Statement Directed by Shayna Connelly (Illinois)
  3. Aware Directed by Jeremy Cournyea (Georgia)
  4. counter//balance Directed by Anuradha Rana (Illinois)
  5. The Music Sounds Better with Whom: The Impact of Artificial Intelligence on the Music Experience Directed by Chasson Gracie (New York) - Winner!

2) Best Director Award Nominations

  1. Ariana Feiner: A Story of Courage Directed by Ariana Feiner (Georgia) - Winner!
  2. Heaven Can Wait Directed by Maria Cristina Carbonell (Florida)
  3. Pull Your Pants Up Directed by Tracy Jenkins (California)
  4. Swipe Left: The Documentary Directed by Kayla Lattimore (Washington D.C.)
  5. The Last Doll Lady Directed by Taryn Hough (California)

3) Best Docu-Series Award Nominations

  1. Concrete Dreams Directed by Nick Nummerdor (Illinois)
  2. Red Chef Revival Directed by Danny Berish (Canada)
  3. Skylines Directed by Kevin Stirling (Pennsylvania)
  4. Water Inhabitants Directed by Tamino Parren (The Netherlands)
  5. What's Your Story? Directed by Timothy "CURIOUS" Starks (Georgia) - Winner!

4) Best Documentary Award Nominations

  1. Fraser Syndrome & Me Directed by Kyle Anne Grendys (Wisconsin/Illinois)
  2. Her Turf: The Untold Story about Three Female Football Refs Directed by Shantel Hansen (Georgia) - Winner!
  3. Stream of Sabs Directed by Jacob Swafford (North Carolina)
  4. The Disease Detective Looks at Sarcoidosis Directed by Laura Puccia Valtorta (South Carolina)
  5. The Magic Behind the Mojo Directed by Joe Gallo (Louisiana)

5) Best Georgia Film Award Nominations

  1. Tunnel Vision Directed by Cartter Fontaine, Sam Birdsong, Andrew Levy (Georgia)
  2. Lessons from A Living Legend Directed by Keysha Lee (Georgia)
  3. I Am Tabitha Directed by Sierra D. Blake, Kareem McMichael (Georgia)
  4. Get Comfortable Athens, GA Directed by Andrew Levy, Cartter Fontaine, Sam Birdsong (Georgia) - Winner!
  5. Mr. Gele: The Man. The Story. The Craft Directed by Gladys Edeh (Georgia)

6) Best Historical Documentary Award Nominations

  1. Crown the County of Lowndes Directed by Theo M. Moore II (Alabama) - Winner!
  2. Digging Into The Nacoochee Burial Mound Directed by Brady Brandwood (Georgia)
  3. Go For Landing Directed by Kevin Stirling (Pennsylvania)
  4. History of African American Politics in DeKalb County, from Struggle to Transformation Directed by Tiffany Parks, Ben Whisenhunt (Georgia)

7) Best International Film Award Nominations

  1. Chiaroscuro Directed by Parthajit Baruah (India)
  2. In the dark room Directed by Luigi Abanto Varese (Spain)
  3. Mum Directed by Mariam Al Awadhi (United Arab Emirates) - Winner!
  4. One Day Ahead - Short Documentary Directed by Matthew Jenke (New Zealand)
  5. We Have a Dream: Women's Hopes & Conflicts Directed by Zlila Helman (Israel)

8) Best International Director Award Nominations

  1. Dreamer's Gate Directed by Daz Chandler (Australia)
  2. Faceless for the Voiceless Directed by Nicholas Snyder (Belgium)
  3. People of the Forest: Orang Rimba Directed by Isaac Kerlow (Singapore / Indonesia)
  4. Victoria Directed by Serge Alhelayel (Lebanon, Beirut )
  5. Why We Push Directed by Graeme Bachiu (Canada) - Winner!

9) Best Micro Short Film Award Nominations

  1. High Diver Directed by DH Jacobs (Tennessee)
  2. Ka Hale: A Revival Directed by MarQ Morrison (Hawaii)
  3. Migrant Directed by Abbey Hoekzema (Georgia)
  4. Periods and Other Lady Bits Directed by Katrina Nilles (Illinois)
  5. What Are You Looking At? Directed by Manahar Kumar (Georgia/India) - Winner!

10) Best Nature and Outdoor Documentary Award Nominations

  1. An Eaglet's First Flight Directed by Cherin Spencer-Bower (Montana)
  2. MPG Ranch: The Land and Its People Directed by Cherin Spencer-Bower, Alan Ramsey, Philip Ramsey (Montana)
  3. National Parks: A Love Story Directed by The Pattiz Brothers, Mathew John (Georgia/ Washington D.C)
  4. The Blessed Assurance Directed by Isabelle Carbonell (Georgia)
  5. Tsunami Directed by Chris Ingham (North Carolina) - Winner!

11) Best Political Documentary Award Nominations

  1. Can we change a changed world? Directed by Shihyun Wang (California)
  2. Colors of Resistance Directed by Areeb Zuaiter (Washington D.C.)
  3. Rural Directed by Tyler Hall (Illinois) - Winner!
  4. The Third Conflict Directed by Zebulon Griffin (Ohio and Kenya)
  5. There goes the neighborhood Directed by Dan Evans (Oregon)

12) Most Inspirational Film Award Nominations

  1. Carnatic Wave: A Glimpse of the Karaikudi Veena Tradition in Portland, Oregon Directed by David Van Auken (Oregon)
  2. Emma. Directed by Saskia Hennecke, Grace Tourville (Indiana)
  3. If I Walked Away Directed by Aaron J. Davis (Illinois) - Winner!
  4. No One Directed by Charles Emir Richards (Turkey)
  5. Shaholly Directed by Wojciech Lorenc (Hawaii) 

 

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Georgia Documentary Film Festival 2018 Official Selections

Please join us on Sunday October 14, 2018. Tickets are available for the Georgia Documentary Film Festival 2018 screening event. This is an opportunity to see 20 of the most interesting documentary films on the film festival circuit. Join us for Q&A and meet several of the filmmakers that are traveling to Atlanta for the event.

  1. "#FAFATL" Directed by Sean Osorio (Georgia) - Watch The Trailer
  2. "9546 km." Directed by Sergio García Locatelli (Peru)
  3. "A Battle We Can't Afford to Lose - Breast Cancer" Directed by Shihyun Wang & Der Bao Chen (Taiwan)
  4. "Alex" Directed by Larissa Loeffler (Georgia)
  5. "Beyond The Wall" Directed by Jay Root & Todd Wiseman (Texas) - Watch The Trailer
  6. "Brothers" Directed by Randy Kerr (Washington) - Watch This Film Now!
  7. "Disaster Man" Directed by Laura P. Valtorta (South Carolina)
  8. "Fate of the Mustang" Directed by Hyatt Mamoun (Georgia) - Watch The Trailer
  9. "Find Fix Finish" Directed by Mila Zhluktenko & Sylvain Cruiziat (Germany)
  10. "JACOB | A Stream of Youth and Talent" Directed by Justin Dobson (Georgia)
  11. "Just My Cup of Tea" Directed by Jade Fovargue (United Kingdom)
  12. "Keep Looking Up" Directed by Christopher Anagnostopoulos (Greece)
  13. "M.V. Superficial, A Few Things About Murphy Village, South Carolina, USA" Directed by Elisabeth Blanchet & Francois Moura (France) - Watch The Trailer
  14. "Sharp" Directed by Diana Gorin (Georgia)
  15. "Tailor" Directed by Calí dos Anjos (Brazil) - Watch The Trailer
  16. "The Garden Girls" Directed by Chris Lee Holloway (Georgia) - Watch The Trailer
  17. "The Korean Farmer" Directed by Marshall Lee (Tennessee)
  18. "The Organic Part" Directed by Alessandro Padovani (Italy)
  19. "Throwline" Directed by Mia Mullarkey (Ireland) - Watch The Trailer

 

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Georgia Documentary Film Festival 2018 Award Nominations

Georgia Documentary Film Festival 2018 "Best Cinematography" Award Nominations
  1. "Alex" Directed by Larissa Loeffler (Georgia)
  2. "Disaster Man" Directed by Laura P. Valtorta (South Carolina)
  3. "JACOB | A Stream of Youth and Talent" Directed by Justin Dobson (Georgia)
  4. "Sharp" Directed by Diana Gorin (Georgia) Award Winner!
  5. "The Garden Girls" Directed by Chris Lee Holloway (Georgia) - Watch The Trailer

Georgia Documentary Film Festival 2018 "Best Director" Award Nominations

  1. "Alex" Directed by Larissa Loeffler (Georgia) - Award Winner!
  2. "Disaster Man" Directed by Laura P. Valtorta (South Carolina)
  3. "JACOB | A Stream of Youth and Talent" Directed by Justin Dobson (Georgia)
  4. "Sharp" Directed by Diana Gorin (Georgia)
  5. "The Garden Girls" Directed by Chris Lee Holloway (Georgia) - Watch The Trailer

Georgia Documentary Film Festival 2018 "Best International Film" Award Nominations

  1. "9546 km." Directed by Sergio García Locatelli (Peru)
  2. "Find Fix Finish" Directed by Mila Zhluktenko & Sylvain Cruiziat (Germany)
  3. "Just My Cup of Tea" Directed by Jade Fovargue (United Kingdom) - Award Winner!
  4. "Keep Looking Up" Directed by Christopher Anagnostopoulos (Greece)
  5. "Tailor" Directed by Calí dos Anjos (Brazil)
  6. "Throwline" Directed by Mia Mullarkey (Ireland) - Watch The Trailer
Georgia Documentary Film Festival 2018 "Best Picture" Award Nominations
  1. "Alex" Directed by Larissa Loeffler (Georgia)
  2. "Disaster Man" Directed by Laura P. Valtorta (South Carolina)
  3. "JACOB | A Stream of Youth and Talent" Directed by Justin Dobson (Georgia) - Award Winner!
  4. "Sharp" Directed by Diana Gorin (Georgia)
  5. "The Garden Girls" Directed by Chris Lee Holloway (Georgia) - Watch The Trailer

Georgia Documentary Film Festival 2018 "Most Inspirational Film" Award Nominations

  1. "Alex" Directed by Larissa Loeffler (Georgia)
  2. "Disaster Man" Directed by Laura P. Valtorta (South Carolina)
  3. "JACOB | A Stream of Youth and Talent" Directed by Justin Dobson (Georgia)
  4. "Sharp"Directed by Diana Gorin (Georgia)
  5. "The Garden Girls" Directed by Chris Lee Holloway (Georgia) - Award Winner! - Watch The Trailer

 

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Georgia Documentary Film Festival Director Caroline King

Caroline King was born and raised in the south graduating from the New Orleans Center for Creative Arts majoring in Musical Theatre in 2006. Shortly after she moved to Chicago, IL where she learned and performed improv and sketch comedy at iO, Second City, Comedy Sports and Annoyance comedy theaters. She has been based in Atlanta, GA since 2015 when she discovered her love for writing, acting, podcasting and film making. She is the creator of Bitch Beer Podcast, a podcast that interviews people in the beer industry and spreads the word of craft beer to beer lovers at all levels of knowledge. Caroline is also the creator of "Church Wives" an award winning mockumentary about women in Southern church society. Touring the film festival circuit with her own film made her realize how much she loved the experience that film festivals have to offer and decided to join the team to help spread the love that she felt at every festival she attended with her own film. Her goal is to make Atlanta, GA a prime location for film makers around the world to showcase their films and screen plays. We have such a wonderful and constantly growing community of filmmakers and she knows that attracting film makers from all over the world is only going to make it stronger. Caroline King is also the director of the Atlanta Comedy Film Festival, the Georgia Shorts Film Festival and Horror Films In Hotlanta.

 

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