The Atlanta Documentary Film Festival 2018 is now open for submissions!

The Atlanta Documentary Film Festival (ATLDOC) is a fun and engaging film festival screening independent documentary films from around the world for an Atlanta, Georgia audience at Synchronicity Theatre, in midtown Atlanta. The creators of the Atlanta Comedy Film Festival, Oregon Shorts Film Festival and the Georgia Shorts Film Festival have launched this new festival to specifically target the Atlanta Documentary Film audience. Theses Film Festivals screens all genres of films, but we noticed through our research and attendee feedback, that the documentary films we screened were some of the most popular. The ATL-DOC film festival will screen a 2-day slate of documentary films that include features and shorts. Each film is carefully screened and ranked by 12 independent judges that will watch every minute of each film from beginning to end. We are looking for engaging stories, great production value, good cinematography, creative music and clean audio. Unlike other film festivals that may be screened in an empty classroom or on a cheap hotel projector, the Atlanta Documentary Film Festival is screened in a professional movie theater. Our program is compiled and projected on 1080p Blu Ray DVD. This festival pre-screens all film submissions through FilmFreeway and Festhome. If your short film is selected, you are expected to provide a high resolution download of your film so that we can make a single program on Blu-Ray DVD. If your feature film is selected, you will be expected to mail us two copies of a 1080p NTSC Blu-ray DVD for screening.

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  1. There's already an Atlanta Documentary Film Festival, but nice try

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