Atlanta Film Chat
The #1 show about the Atlanta film industry since 2014. Follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram at @ATLFilmChat for updates!

Actress Hannah Fierman (V/H/S, The Unwanted, Good Grief Suicide Hotline) came on the show to talk about her career, roles she loves to play, getting recognized in public, and much more!

Direct download: Atlanta_Film_Chat_-_Episode_61_-_Actress_Hannah_Fierman.mp3
Category:Atlanta film community -- posted at: 3:30am EST

Ken Horstmann and Jody Thompson from local indie film High Cotton came on to talk about making the movie, their distribution ideas, previous work, the exploding Atlanta scene, and a ton more!


Filmmakers from Atlanta film Carter's Lens tell us the funny way they all met, what the film is all about, and drop some amazing exclusives about casting on us!

Direct download: Atlanta_Film_Chat_-_Episode_59_-_Carters_Lens.mp3
Category:Atlanta film community -- posted at: 1:23am EST

William Tokarsky (the Too Many Cooks killer) discusses making the short, the food at Adult Swim, upcoming projects, and Too Many Cooks the Musical!


Edward Reid & RC Sayyah from Grand Prince of Moscow discuss the upcoming TV show, how they got started in their careers, and how they've managed to get so much attention around town and online!


Amber Nash (Archer, Frisky Dingo) discusses her time as a voice actor, performing improv at Dad's Garage, why she loves living in Atlanta, and much more!


Three of the minds behind hit TV pilot Dream Writers came on to talk about writing the show, their successful Kickstarter campaign, gaining accolades from the American Movie Awards, and much more!


Zach Lamplugh chats about his comedy showcase event Ladie's Night, why workshopping short films is important to filmmakers, editing an episode of Adult Swim's Your Pretty Face is Going to Hell, and much more!


Elizabeth Strickler from Georgia State University's Digital Arts Entertainment Lab discusses the state of film education in the state and what great programs the Georgia Film Academy has coming in the future!


Allyssa Lewis talks about animating on F/X show Archer, what animators need to do to better brand themselves, and how her startup company My Animation Life helps the community!