The fourth annual BronzeLens Film Festival (BLFF13) producers have put together a collection of panels, workshops, domestic and international film screenings and signature events that they say reflect Atlanta’s unique position as the Film Capital of the South. Headquartered at the Atlanta Marriott Marquis, BLFF13 will take place Nov. 6-10, at various venues. Tickets are available to the public.
In addition to screening 44 films representing the United States, Africa, Canada and South America, BLFF13 highlights include: a talk back with Alice Walker after screening “Alice Walker: Beauty in Truth;” a talk back with director Nelson George after screening “Finding the Funk;” a discussion on social change issues following the Cinema and Social Justice films; an intensive acting session with casting director Kim Hardin; a discussion of the role of makeup artistry in filmmaking; and a discussion of how to get a job in film production.
Red Carpet events include the Atlanta debut of “Black Nativity,” BronzeLens Women SuperStars Luncheon, the BronzeLens Awards Show, and a screening of “The Best Man Holiday” followed by a talk back with film director, Malcolm D. Lee, and cast members.
For additional information or to purchase tickets go to http://www.bronzelens.com/tickets-and-registration.html.
(Photo: Regina King at a premiere of her previous film “Think Like a Man”)