The movie, whose title is appropriately meta and is even described hilariously by one of the characters as “a bit on the nose” follows a struggling artist named Dave (Nick Thune) whose constant failures and inability to finish anything he starts drive him to start an ambitious, albeit absurd project.
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As I got to the Plaza, I could feel the energy building. A big crowd emerged to see the opening night debut film “Dave Made a Maze.” A crowd so big that an encore screening had to be scheduled to accommodate the number of guests present.
Dan Keplinger, an artist featured in a memorable Super Bowl commercial and the subject of an Oscar-winning short film, will display and discuss some of his work at Middle Georgia State University.
Georgia Film News gets a rare glimpse into the world of post-production work with a special profile on Drew Sawyer, Founder and award-winning Post Producer of Moonshine Post-Production, LLC in Atlanta, Georgia.
The festival’s primary screening venue, the Plaza Theatre (the Plaza), announced today that damage caused by a third party during a private event rental on Saturday.
In the United States and Canada, the box office hit $11.4 billion, a two percent improvement over 2015. The total number of moviegoers (people who went to at least one movie in the year) also rose.
“We are the single largest event in the state of Georgia that really engages the film and television industry. We feature Academy Award-winners, and have several leading entertainment industry professionals participating and serving on our panels.”