Atlanta Film Chat

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Episodes of Atlanta Film Chat

Alex Ferrari from the Indie Film Hustle podcast network discusses the origins of the podcast, meeting Roger Ebert, and why filmmakers need multiple streams of income!
Jody Thompson and Tommy Walton from feature film Still Today discuss making the film and getting picked up for distribution by Gravitas Ventures!
Filmmakers from thriller drama By Night’s End discuss making the film and more in celebration of its release on streaming services everywhere!
Justin McAleece from Blare Media discusses the company and how they’re amassing a database of filmmakers all over the world, including Georgia!
Chris DeBlasio from Agency 850 returns to the show to discuss the hip-hop/crime drama series “Government Records” he’s developing with rapper Big Boi!
Keith Brooks and Molly Coffee return to help us celebrate episode 300 of the show!
Rob Jones from Sapelo Insurance chats about film insurance, how Covid has affected this facet of the industry, and much more!
Screenwriter Neil Landau (Don’t Tell Mom the Babysitter’s Dead) discusses his new role as Director of Screenwriting at UGA, why he moved to Georgia, and gives tips for writers!
Dave Pileggi discusses his acting studio The Creative, finding a higher purpose in life, his suicide awareness campaign, and much more!
Jake Green discusses his film Endure: Lebanon, filming in foreign countries, why music is a universal language, and more!
Dany Flores discusses her film Vanilla Milkshake, moving to and working in Atlanta, her visa issues, and much more!
Writer & director Chyna Robinson discusses her film No Ordinary Love, doing research into domestic violence, and upcoming projects she hopes to make!
Cast and crew from the Eddie Pence (Un)special discuss making the comedy special, filmmaking challenges, and much more!
Comedy Dynamics VP of Distribution and Acquisitions Anna Roberts chats about moving to LA from the Southeast, the world of comedy, what companies are looking for, and much more!
Jennifer Dunn and Coco de Bruycker discuss the spooky short film Grandpa, disability representation in film, and much more!
Literary Manager David Binns discusses why he opened up shop in Atlanta, what stories he’s looking for, how he got into management, and much more!
Grammy winning musician Cliff Goldmacher discusses working with his hero Keb’ Mo, how filmmakers can use his music in their films, and his new book The Reason for the Rhymes!
Jill Blackledge discusses the world of art department, working on big budgets versus indies, her first visit to Atlanta, and much more!
Two of the Atlanta Film Festival Screenwriting Competition Short Film finalists, Kate Balsley and Gabriela McNicoll, discuss their scripts and entering the world of screenwriting!
Elizabeth Coffman and Mark Bosco discuss their film “Flannery” about Flannery O’Connor, why her estate gave them permission to make it, her role in Southern culture, and much more!
Filmmakers from short film 83 Days detailing the unjust execution of 14 year old George Stinney discuss making the film and its meteoric rise around the world!
James and Ana Mackenzie discuss their projects Three Men Named Mantas and Tough Love which will be showing at the 2020 Atlanta Film Festival!
Casimir Nozkowski discusses his feature film The Outside Story starring “Atlanta” lead Brian Tyree Henry which is showing at the 2020 Atlanta Film Festival!
Jim Farmer from the Out On Film Festival returns to chat about becoming an Oscar qualifying festival and going digital for this year’s event!
Nina Lee discusses her series Sorry About That, her love of horror films, her family’s history with ghosts, and much more!
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