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2022 Atlanta Film Festival Unveils Key Programming and Full Lineup of Official Selections for 46th A

The educational workshops, panels and conversations taking place virtually and in-person from April 21 - May 1 will feature industry experts with credits including “Mare of Easttown”, “Stranger Things”, “The Walking Dead”, “Spider-Man: No Way Home” and more.

The 46th annual Atlanta Film Festival (ATLFF) announced its lineup of Creative Conference panels, workshops and conversations that will take place during the 2022 event from April 21 – May 1, 2022. This will be the 12th year that ATLFF has curated a robust lineup of educational programming, known as the Creative Conference, as part of the annual film festival. This year, the Creative Conference will offer more than 25 events, including five in-person panel discussions and more than 20 panels and one-on-one, in-depth virtual conversations with industry experts from Georgia to New York and Los Angeles.

The Creative Conference serves to educate, entertain, engage, and enlighten festival-goers by pulling back the curtain on film and television production, giving audiences a behind-the-scenes look at how projects get made. While covering a wide range of topics, this year’s programming will focus on screenwriting. Additional topics will include showrunning, directing, producing, acting, cinematography, pitching, podcasting, editing and post-production sound mixing.

"The Creative Conference is more accessible than ever this year,” said Linda Burns, a 30-year industry veteran and Creative Conference Director. “We are so excited to be able to share this incredible programming with audiences both in person and virtually. Festival-goers will get the unique opportunity to hear from some of the brightest minds in film, television, podcasting, and more in order to better understand the behind-the-scenes aspects of how projects get made and how the creative process works from start to finish.”

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