The Plymouth Period is an intimate portrait of a college student that explores the complexities of adolescence through the subtlety of everyday life. Told over the course of one day, the the film’s protagonist, Charlie, reconnects with his old friends from high school in this independent feature from Atlanta.
Up-and-coming student filmmakers make a splash with a block of inspired low-budget shorts that will leave an impression.
An annual showcase of projects from the University North Georgia, these nine films range from comedic conflict to the rich landscape of the heart.
Special picks from our festival programming team that offer bold approaches to cinematic storytelling.
A collection of home-grown films ranging from experimental documentaries to dramatic and comedic narratives.
Look Away, Look Away is about more than a flag – it’s about Southern culture in crisis, and how race, heritage, and long-simmering grievances over the Civil War lead to a reckoning over the meaning of Confederate symbols.