This Saturday, April 1, Athens’ creative community will embark on the first annual Acropolis Innovation Festival, a month-long celebration of Athens’ creative community. Acropolis month launches in style with the fifth annual Chess & Community Conference on April 1.
“That has been a much bigger achievement to me. That we work together as a state on all the necessary parts to make this industry successful and profitable for the state. ”
How was it possible to take a New York Times best-selling novel—spanning more than 20 years and dealing with 13 unique characters and a whole lot of rain and lightning—and turn that into a compelling Midwestern movie?
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.