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BLFF Basic Registration includes all workshops, seminars, day screenings for Thursday, Fiday and Saturday as well as Cinema & Social Justice Sunday at Morehouse School of Medicine. It does not include the Womens SuperStar Luncheon, the BronzeLens Awards, BLFF Opening Night, BLFF Closing Night or After Parties.
BLFF All-Access Registration includes all workshops, seminars, day screenings for Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Cinema & Social Justice Sunday at Morehouse School of Medicine as well as the Women SuperStars Luncheon, the BronzeLens Awards, BLFF Opening Night, BLFF Closing Night, and After Parties.
BLFF Women Superstars Luncheon honors outstanding women of color for their achievements both in front of and behind the lens. Honorees include producer Stephanie Allain, actress Emayatzy Corinealdi, TV icon S. Epatha Merkerson, filmmaker Deborah Riley Draper, and author Kathy Fong-Yoneda.
The BronzeLens Awards will honor filmmakers whose films are best in their categories: Best Feature, Best Documentary, Best Short, Best International Film, etc.
BLFF Day Screenings Pass gives access to all daytime film screenings,whether at the Georgia Pacific Auditorium or international films at the Atlanta Marriott Marquis. The cost is per day, whether for one film or all films that specific day.
BLFF TV/Movie Location Bus Tour is a 2-hour tour around various locations in Atlanta where movies and tv shows have been filmed. It is led by veteran film location scout Al Cooper.
BLFF After Parties take place at the end of the other festival actvities on Thursday, Friday and Saturday evening.
BLFF Cinema and Social Justice Sunday takes place at the Morehouse School of Medicine Auditorium and Atrium from 2 until 6p.m. It includes the screening of two films and reception. This event has no charge but attendees must register.
When & Where
BronzeLens Film Festival
The BronzeLens Film Festival of Atlanta, Georgia is a non-profit organization, founded in 2009, that is dedicated to bringing national and worldwide attention to Atlanta as a center for film and film production for people of color.
In fact, the mission of the BronzeLens Film Festival of Atlanta, Georgia is two fold: to promote Atlanta as the new film mecca for people of color; and to showcase films and provide networking opportunities that will develop the next generation of filmmakers.