“The Regrettable Demise of Mr. Greenscreen,” a superhero spoof, is an Official Selection to the Georgia Shorts Film Festival on November 10th. In just two years, this event has become truly international, screening 75+ films from 30+ states and 20+ countries. And organizer Caroline King has landed another interesting venue, the Wild Heaven West End Brewery and Gardens in Atlanta.
Life in Motion recently produced a 5-minute scene from the UPIKE Festival reading of Lexington Blue titled “A Visit to Miss Lydia’s” that features Destiny Waddle as Hunny-J, Ethan Duncan as Mordechai, and Deborah Novak as Miss Lydia. Kimberly Hover Willard narrated. The video can be accessed at https://drive.google.com/file/d/1qGh9vcJqzKD9DRq_TJp9tL0_6pxnMe7H/view Many thanks to all!
It was one of those days when the sun meant business in Atlanta, with temperatures in the mid 90’s. By mid-morning, the hawks began riding the thermals; and by noon, dozens were kettling in the sky.
The Emergence has been selected as a semi-finalist in the Action-Adventure category at this year’s 17th annual Screenplay Festival in L.A. The SF receives a “Most Significant” rating from MovieBytes.
Performers at the first day of the Ocmulgee Indian Festival in Macon included Mikayla Buckley, singer and reigning Miss Muscogee (Creek) Nation; Cody Boettner, World Champion Hoop Dancer; William Harjo, musician and storyteller; and this young member of the Mystic Wind Choctaw Social Dancers.
September brings yellow daisies to Atlanta’s monadnocks. Photos taken near Bradley Mountain.
The Australia Independent Film Festival, known as the “Festival Where Stars Shine,” has chosen The Emergence as a semi-finalist in its screenwriting contest. The AIFF gets a Top 50 ranking on Film Freeway and also has earned environmental sustainability certification through Co2nsensus.