As part of our 10-day celebration of the moving image, the Atlanta Film Festival proudly presents the narrative feature film Speak Now (76 min), screening with short film Gum (5 min), presented by GAYORBITZ.COM; programmed by Kristy Breneman and Christina Humphrey.
Location: 7 Stages Theatre, Main Stage
Seating Time: 8:30PM (9PM showtime)
Run Time: 76 minutes / 5 minutes (short film)
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Directed by Noah Harald
USA, 2013, English, 76 minutes
Setting aside ancient history and tense relationships, a group of friends reunite for the wedding of Tommy and Anna. As the night unfolds, old offenses and fresh scandals plunge the group back into a pool of high-school drama. Filmed in just three days, the dialogue of “Speak Now” was completely improvised by the actors.
Directed by Vic Coram
Hayley, a teenage girl living in a small, Christian town in Oklahoma decides it's time to come out of the closet.
Gum is part of the Atlanta Film Festival's Pink Peach Competition; a track of films dedicated to the LGBT community, of which we and our track sponsor, GAYORBITZ.COM, are so proud.
For additional information and to view a trailers for Speak Now and Gum, please visit this narrative feature's home on our festival website here.
Kristy Breneman is the Atlanta Film Festival's Features & Special Presentations Programmer; this documentary feature was chosen by Kristy for exhibition, out of over 300 documentary feature submissions, for our 2014 festival audience and filmmakers.
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