2013 BronzeLens Film Festival - Official Registration
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Listed below are general descriptions of tickets and registrations available on this Eventbrite Page. Other activities or special events not shown here are available on the Tickets/Registration Page of www.bronzelens.com.
BLFF Basic Registration includes pre-festival screening of Finding The Funk, all workshops or panels, day screenings for Thursday, Friday and Saturday as well as Cinema & Social Justice Sunday screenings and reception, and the BronzeLens Awards. It does not include the Beauty in Truth Pre-Festival Screening, Women SuperStars Luncheon, the HBO Presentation of Whoopi Goldberg Presents Moms Mabley, Steve Harvey's Grand Finale, Kim Hardin's Master Class, The Producers Luncheon, the Saturday or Sunday Bus Tours, BLFF Opening Night, BLFF Closing Night, or After Parties.
BLFF All-Access Registration includes pre-festival screenings(Alice Walker: Beauty in Truth and Finding the Funk, all workshops or panels, day screenings for Thursday, Friday and Saturday, the Saturday or Sunday Bus Tours, Cinema & Social Justice Sunday screenings and reception, as well as the Women SuperStars Luncheon, the HBO Presentation of Whoopi Goldberg Presents Moms Mabley, Steve Harvey's Grand Finale, the BronzeLens Awards, all evening screenings including the BLFF Opening Night, BLFF Closing Night Screening: The Best Man Holiday, and After Parties. Does not include The Producers Luncheon or Kim Hardin's Master Class.
BLFF Women SuperStars Luncheon honors outstanding women of color for their achievements both in front of and behind the lens. This red-carpet, stellar event has become a signature of BronzeLens and you don't want to miss this year. Honorees will be announced mid-September. This event is open to the general public, and is included in the All-Access Registration. Honorees include Issa Rae, Anna Maria Horsford, LaTanya Richardson Jackson, Tonya Lewis Lee, Ingrid Saunders Jones, Mahira Kakkar, and The Benning Family.
The BronzeLens Awards will honor filmmakers whose films are best in their categories: Best Feature, Best Documentary, Best Short, Best International Film, etc. This event is open to all registered attendees of BronzeLens Film Festival.
BLFF Day Screenings Pass gives access to all daytime film screenings,whether at the Georgia Pacific Auditorium or some other off premise sight within close proximity to the host hotel. The cost is per day, whether for one film or all films that specific day. These screenings are open to the general public, and are included in the Basic and All-Access registration.
BLFF ATL 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 and Saturday evening. These events are at an additional cost, unless you have the all-access registration
BLFF Cinema and Social Justice Sunday takes place on Sunday and honors the legacy of civil and human rights through film. It includes the screening of two films and a reception. This event is included in your registration, and is open to the general public at no additional charge but attendees must register.
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.