The 3rd Annual Atlanta
SCI-FI FILM FESTIVAL
September 29 - 30, 2018
Congratulations to this years winners!
LET THEM DIE LIKE LOVERS
honoring women in sci-fi
Michelle Garza Cervera
The Nine Billion Names of God
Thank you to this year's filmmakers for
a stellar line-up
The last office
The last dance
ADVANCE SCREENING OF FIRST MAN
FOR FESTIVAL PASS HOLDERS!
special trailer of the new fox sci-fi series
During Saturday Screenings
The 3rd Annual Atlanta Sci-fi Film Festival is presented by The Multicultural Sci-fi Organization
We speak ONE LANGUAGE: SCI-FI
A Plus speaks to Zoe Saldana and MCSFO about how Diversity in Science Fiction is Improving, But... Read More
MCSFO Presents Kids with S.T.E.A.M. Sci-fi Film Festival coming Spring 2018! Read More
New Special Guests and Episodes on the MCSFO Podcast show.
HBO supports The Atlanta Sci-fi Film Festival!
FESTIVAL MEET & GREET AT PARK TAVERN
FRIDAY SEPT 28TH 7PM - 9PM
Come out mix and mingle with sci-fi fans, industry professionals and network with
sci-fi creatives - directors, actors, screenplay writers, actors, authors, and film composers.
Lite appetizers 7pm, first come first served.Park Tavern - in Piedmont Park corner of 10th & Monroe
500 10th St NE Atlanta, Georgia 30309
Parking is $5
schedule at a glance
SATURDAY SEPT 29, 2018
Audience Choice Short Film Competition
at GA State University Cinefest Theater
2:00 PM Block 1
1. Close-up - by Maria Wieczorek
2. Andromeda - by Emily Dean
3. Listening - by Benjamin Brown
4. Prototype - by Christopher Ortega
3:00 PM - Block 2
1. The Last Dance - by Chris Keller
2. Pony - by Darion D’Anjou
3. The Nine Billion Names of God - by Dominique Filhol
3:40 PM - Block 3
1. The Last Office - by Trevor Hoover
2. Let Them Die Like Lovers- by Jesse Atlas
3. The Original - by Michelle Garza Cervera
4:40 PM - Block 4 FINALISTS
Best of the Best Finals & Judging by Audience
6:00 PM - SPECIAL FEATURE, DARK CITY - by Alex Proyas
SUNDAY SEPT 30, 2018 | 3:00PM - 5:00PM
SCI-FI WRITERS SCOPE
Georgia Tech - Bill Moore Student Success Center
3:00 - 5:00PM
-Author, Casey Alane
-Louis Savy - Director of the London Sci-fi Film Festival
Some topics Include:
-How to find literary agents
-How under-represented voices in sci-fi can find the right agent for your work.
-How to sell your script and pitch a project
Marketing - How to choose and create the right images to promote your movie or book.
Hosted by Georgia Tech’s School of Literature, Media and Communication
Announcing the Winners of the:
Audience Choice Award for Best Live Action Sci-fi Short
Casey Alane is an author of young adult fantasy and contemporary novels. She has been represented by Jim McCarthy of Dystel, Goderich, and Bourret LLC since 2017, and her books often explore the complicated and exciting lives of queer girls and the people who love them. She has a PhD in English, focusing on young adult literature and the American teenager, and is a Marion L. Brittain Postdoctoral Fellow at Georgia Institute of Technology under the name Casey Wilson.
Director of Sci-fi London Film Festival
Louis is the Founder and Festival Director of SCI-FI-LONDON (the Annual International Festival of Science Fiction and Fantastic Film) which he began 16 years ago. He has organised numerous science fiction and filmmaking events and projects involving thousands of people across the UK. He has produced several award-winning shorts and features.
This year's Third Annual Atlanta SCI-FI Film Festival will take place:
Saturday Sept 29th at
GA State University's Cinefest Theater
For the Audience Choice Short Film Competition
Sunday Sept 30th
GEORGIA TECH INSTITUTE'S Bill Moore Student Success Center
IN THE CLARY THEATER
OUR FIRST WRITERS PANEL - THE SCI-FI WRITERS SCOPE