Written By Kacie Willis, Blog Contributor
On the third day of the 2014 Atlanta Film Festival, a selection of dynamic films by six charismatic, female directors was presented to an audience of excited movie fans. The New Mavericks: Female Directors short film showcase, held at the 7 Stages Theatre in Little Five Points, was preceded by a WIFTA sponsored reception that gave festival goers the opportunity to enjoy a glass of wine and mingle with both filmmakers and film enthusiasts alike before welcoming the talents of some of the indie scenes up and coming stars.
The featured directors hailed from all over the globe and represented films from Greece, Denmark, Canada and the United States. The subject matter of their shorts ranged from adolescent angst and imaginary friends, to aspiring pop stars and harsh living on the Navajo plains. A brief Q&A followed the screening and gave the public the chance to hear insightful feedback from the directors and to also give much deserved praise for a job well done.
Many congratulations go out to all of the evening’s directors for bringing such diverse and beautiful female-centered films to the screen!
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