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

LaRonda Sutton and Suzan Satterfield tell us about the 2017 Women in Production Summit, unconscious bias, sexual harassment on set, and more!


How do you actually start a story? It sounds simple but to many it absolutely is not. Here are some tips!


Patricia Taylor and Lisa Ferrell from the Georgia Production Partnership tell us about the history of the organization as well as its future, plus why every filmmaker should consider joining!


Richard Hempton brings some of his acting students on to tell us all about being professional in auditions, releasing tension, and The Alexander Technique!


David Warren and Nigel Rowe from Sumptuous Media tell us about filming food and other subjects for table top productions, their filmmaking origin stories, and doing stop motion films!

Direct download: Atlanta_Film_Chat_-_Episode_141_-_Sumptuous_Media.mp3
Category:Atlanta film community -- posted at: 3:30am EDT

Chuck gives you tips on how to condense your scene and action descriptions in your scripts!


Charles Judson returns to discuss what's gone right and wrong in the Atlanta film industry in the three years since he was on in Episode 2!


The new Atlanta Producer for the 48 Hour Film Project, Deontae Trundle, stops by to tell us what the future of the event holds!


Oscar nominated editors Joi McMillon & Nat Sanders discuss working on Oscar winning film Moonlight and their time at Florida State University!


Tamlin Hall talks about his film Holden On including the incredible help he received from the townspeople of LaGrange, Georgia, and the importance of mental illness awareness!

Direct download: Atlanta_Film_Chat_-_Episode_137_-_Tamlin_Hall.mp3
Category:film festival -- posted at: 3:30am EDT