Do you like movies? How about independent movies? Do you like watching lots of independent films while also getting the opportunity to engage in intelligent conversation and party with like-minded individuals?
Then you should probably go to the Atlanta Film Festival, which opens tomorrow night at 7:30 p.m. The Carter Center.
The festival continues through April 23; screenings and other events take place at seven different locations throughout Atlanta.
Here's a schedule that breaks down when and where everything is happening.
The events for opening and closing night are a little pricey ($75 and $50, respectively), but regular screenings are just $10 each.
All Access passes are also available. If you get one today, it'll set you back $375. The price goes up to $425 starting tomorrow through the end of the festival.
Get all the information about purchasing tickets here.
Don't want to venture into Atlanta, but still want to catch an indie film? Check out the Columbus Film Society's Web site - they sponsor a different film each week to screen in the Carmike Peachtree 8 Screening Room. "The Cove" is currently playing; "The Last Station" will begin on Friday.