Directed by Charlene Fisk and Carrie Schrader
U.S.A., 2016, 1 hour 25 minutes
There's No Place Like Home
Made in Georgia
All Access: Weekend Pass
Student All Access: Weekend Pass
All Access Day Pass: Friday
Student All Access Day Pass: Friday
"There's No Place Like Home" Shorts
UNG Student Block #1
"The Founders" with cast and crew Q&A
All Access Day Pass: Saturday
Student All Access Day Pass: Saturday
Best of the 48-Hour Film Project - Atlanta
"About a Donkey" with cast and crew Q&A
UNG Student Block #2
"Shifting Gears" with cast and crew Q&A
All Access Day Pass: Sunday
Student All Access Day Pass: Sunday
"World of Pure Imagination" Shorts
"Poor Jane" with cast and crew Q&A
"Around the World in 80 Minutes" Shorts
Workshops Only: Weekend Pass
Student Workshops Only: Weekend Pass
The Georgia Film Festival is a three-day film festival hosted by the University of North Georgia on its Gainesville campus. GFF celebrates filmmakers and works made in the state of Georgia. Attendees will see independent films from Georgia and around the world, as well as learn from industry experts through panels and workshops. Filmmakers get to showcase their work and build relationships. Students who contribute to hosting the event develop a wide range of leadership and organizational skills. The Georgia Film Festival also helps to increase the visibility of the university, the Communication, Media & Journalism department and the Georgia film community.
University of North Georgia, Gainesville campus
3820 Mundy Mill Road, Oakwood, Ga. 30566
Professional & Continuing Education Building
Directions from Atlanta:
Take Interstate 85 North to Interstate 985.
Take Exit 16.
Turn left at the bottom of the ramp and stay in the right lane.
Just past the third traffic light, turn right onto Landrum Education Drive.