100 Feet of Film Project
By Oz Online | Published on October 24, 2018

Atlanta Film Society and Kodak present the 100 Feet of Film Project

The 100 Feet of Film Project aims to give filmmakers motivation to produce their work effectively and efficiently. By limiting the ability to reshoot, giving each filmmaker just 100 feet of film, they expect participants to challenge themselves. Those who enter will have about 3 months to film and then will have the chance to use the Kodak film processing lab here in Atlanta to process their stock footage. After the process is over, all filmmakers will have a chance to screen their work at the Plaza Theatre, with two winners coming out victorious overall. Those winners will have the honor of screening their work at the 2019 Atlanta Film Festival. Prizes for the winners of the March screening will also win 4 all access passes to ATLFF 2019, a movie package to the Plaza Theatre that includes free tickets and concessions, film stock for future projects, and Kodak “swag”.

Atlanta Film Society has released the following deadlines:

  • November 20 @ Manuel’s Tavern (EDBI) — Final Registration Deadline

  • TBD (Late October – Late November) — Kodak Workshops

  • January 8, 2019 — Raw Footage Due

  • January 8-15, 2019 — Kodak Processing Window

  • January 15-22, 2019 — ATLFS Distributes Digitized Footage

  • February 25, 2019 — Final Cut Deadline

  • February 25-March 1, 2019 — ATLFS Reviews Final Films

  • March 4, 2019 — Screening of All Eligible Films at Plaza Theatre

  • April 4-14, 2019 — Winning Films Screen at ATLFF

For more information on how to enter please visit:


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