WomensComedyFilmFestivalinAtlanta-2019

 

What Is The Women's Comedy Film Festival In Atlanta

We support and screen independent films from Atlanta and the Southern USA, as well as the best international short films on the Film Festival Circuit featuring female Directors, Writers, Producers, Actors or female centered plot lines. The first Women's Comedy Film Festival will be screened at Atlanta Brewing Company from August 16-18, 2019 with an awards show immediately after. Will you join us? Submit your film today!

Women's Comedy Film Festival in Atlanta 2019 Submissions Are Now Open!

Are you a filmmaker or screenwriter that would like to submit your creative work to our independent film event in Atlanta, Georgia? We are always looking for new and fresh films for our film audience in Georgia that truly appreciates independent film of all genres. We screen films from 1-30 minutes in length. Please read our Film Festival Judging Guide if you'd like to understand our how we rate and select films for screening at the Landmark Midtown Art Cinema.

 

Women's Comedy Film Festival In Atlanta Submission Categories

The following Women's Comedy Film Festival Submission Categories are the same ones used for the Oregon Short Film Festival and the Austin Micro Short Film Festival. All three 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 more exposure for your film or screenplay on the Film Festival Circuit, we recommend that you submit your film to both events.

  1. Comedy Short
  2. Micro Short Comedy
  3. Mockumentary
  4. Political Comedy
  5. New Media/ Web Series
  6. Comedy Television Pilot Episode
  7. Dark Comedy
  8. Music Video
  9. LGBTQ Comedy
  10. Animated Short
  11. Short Screenplay
  12. Feature Length Screenplay
  13. Television Episode Screenplay

 

 

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Women's Comedy Film Festival In Atlanta Director Caroline King

"Hi, I'm Caroline King, Director of the Atlanta Comedy Film Festival.  I work closely with Mikel Fair, Director of the Portland Comedy Film Festival, to screen fun Film Festival Events here in Atlanta, Georgia. I was born and raised in the south, graduating from the New Orleans Center for Creative Arts majoring in Musical Theatre in 2006. Shortly after I moved to Chicago, IL where I learned and performed improv and sketch comedy at iO, Second City, Comedy Sports and Annoyance comedy theaters. I have been been based in Atlanta,  since 2015 where I discovered a love for writing, acting, podcasting and filmmaking. You may recognize me as a host and creator of the Bitch Beer Podcast. We interview people in the beer industry and spread the word of craft beer to beer lovers at all levels of knowledge. As a filmmaker, I am also the creator of "Church Wives" an award winning mockumentary about women in Southern church society. Touring the film festival circuit with my own film made me realize how much I loved the experience that film festivals have to offer. I decided to join the team and help spread the love that I've felt at every festival where I've screened my own film. My goal is to make Atlanta a prime location for filmmakers and screenwriters around the world to showcase their creative work in the heart of Georgia. We have such a wonderful and constantly growing community of filmmakers and we are growing stronger every year. I am also the director of the Atlanta Comedy Film FestivalGeorgia Shorts Film Festival, the Georgia Documentary Film Festival and Horror Films In Hotlanta."