ATC Short Docs Highlights Southern Filmmakers

After warming up with three short-doc screening events at Avondale Towne Cinema, we're holding our first "short" short doc festival on February 5th. Awards go to the top three films and the audience will choose a favorite as well.

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Please drop by if you're in the area. Doors open at 6pm. Screening & Awards from 7:00-9:00 pm. 

FREE Admission. Cash bar. Great restaurants nearby. (What more could you want?)

Top Three (3) films receive judges’ awards. The audience will choose an Audience Favorite.

In Alphabetical Order:

“Garage,” Steve Summers (A father’s garage, Anywhere, U.S.)

—the mysteries of a father’s garage and workspace, candy corn and all

“Ghosts in the Road,” Jason Hales (Atlanta)

—possible paranormal activity near Arabia Mountain

“House of Saints,” Gerry Melendez (Columbia, S.C.)

—reflections of an excon living out his days at his historic family home in Columbia, SC

“Long Haul Truckers,” Greg Miller (Atlanta)

—hail to those men and women driving the big rigs

“Matthew’s Gift,” Jon Watts (Atlanta)

—a photographer gives a precious gift to a family

“A Name that I Admire,” Sam Smartt (West Virginia)

—a hard-working farmer faces a political dilemma

“What So Proudly We Hailed,” Duane Saunders Jr.

—students from Morgan State University delve into the third verse of the “Star Spangled Banner”

Special thanks to Tony Longval at Avondale Towne Cinema for hosting the festival!