WE'VE HAD THE PLEASURE OF COLLABORATING WITH MANY OTHERS, INCLUDING, GALLERY 99, SAMSUNG, AND GET SCENE STUDIOS IN ATL, TO NAME A FEW....
Screening Room loves to team up with other entities to make an awesome event while creating an experience to connect more creatives with each other. Check us out for a dope Pop Up with @21Sundays
Will be selling Screening Room merchandise.
Sunday| 2.23.2020| 3-6p
BronzeLens seeks to showcase films by seasoned as well as the “next generation” of filmmakers that are by, for and/or depicting people of color, particularly of the African Diaspora. The Festival features outstanding films and workshops, Master Classes and Conversations about the art and business of filmmaking. Previous partners have included BET, HBO, OWN, Turner and many others.
BronzeLens Film Festival has been approved as an Academy Awards® qualifying festival for the Short Film Awards.
Opening hosted by Screening Room Atl founder and host Khalimah Gaston.
A Seat at the Table in collaboration with AAMBC Literary Awards and Creative Con. Join us Thursday, June 7th 7:00-10:00 pm. 992 Ralph David Abernathy Blvd. Ticket info on our "ASATT" page.
We will be screening 5 trailers with a dope talkback after. Don't miss it!
Screening Room ATL teams up with The Nollywood Travel Film Festival for their first time in Atlanta,GA.
We will be premiering the film Excess Baggage for the opening night to the festival.
The Nollywood Travel film Festival celebrates the best of Nigerian cinema and will be hosted in major cities around the world. It will be a weekend of special indoor and outdoor screenings, inspiring discussions,meeting,parties and awards.
Wednesday | 4.25.18 | 8p-12a
Screening Room ATL teamed up with the Mayor's Office of Film and Entertainment at the Atlanta Film Festival. We were honored to showcase the heart wrenching short film Man of the House by John Palomino during the Mayor's office's activation.
Monday| 4.16.18 | 230p
Screening Room ATL teamed up with the Mayor's Office of Film and Entertainment at the Atlanta Film Festival. We were honored to showcase 3 films during our segment.
F.A.M by Anthony E. WIlliams
Jaded by Eugene Bush
The deal by Vonii Bristow
Tuesday| 4.17.18 | 330p- 415p