The 2019 Atlanta Film Festival (ATLFF) returns for its 43rd annual celebration! The 10-day event will feature over 200 films, an incredible Kickoff Party, Writers Summits, and more!
Event Details April 4th – 14th, 2019
Participating Venues Plaza Theatre | 7 Stages Blackbox Dad’s Garage Theater | Hilan Theatre Druid Hills Presbyterian Church | Hotel Clermont Highland Inn & Ballroom Lounge | Paris on Ponce
The annual Springtime tradition is one of only two dozen Academy Award-qualifying film festivals in the country. The 2019 festival has received over 8,000 film submissions from around the world. Audiences will gather to experience the most cutting edge films across independent, international, documentaries, animated, and short film genres!
The Songs For Kids Foundation Food and Music Festival is back for another family and foodie affair – This time with a special Brunch Twist! Join over 20 of Atlanta’s chefs as they feature their best brunch creations inspired by their favorite songs.
Celebrate the new season among tens of thousands of tulips and daffodils while experiencing the two stunning annual exhibits. Atlanta Blooms welcomes Spring with a colorful bang, inviting guests to explore every inch of color while sipping and mingling throughout the gardens! Orchid Daze will take you inside to explore the beauty of these exotic flowers, featuring the award-winning photography of Parish Kohanim.
Festival Dates & Times April 27th – 28th, 2019 Saturday & Sunday · 11:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. 2019 Tour of Homes Preview Friday | April 26th, 2019
The festival has something for everyone with music, kids activities, a Tour of Homes, a marvelous street parade, an artists’ market, and more! Come early, stay late, and enjoy some of the city’s best people-watching.
The only public Festival event on Friday is the Tour of Homes preview. Booths and other events start on Saturday. Admission to all Festival events is free! The Tour of Homes requires a paid ticket.
Let Piedmont Park become your urban retreat as Wanderlust calls Atlanta Home Sweet OM! The festival experience is like no other, featuring new classes and experiences in addition to traditional festival fun.
Closed to motorized traffic, the Central route celebrates Atlanta’s Peachtree Street, from South Downtown through the city to Midtown.
Don’t miss out on the last Atlanta Streets Alive of 2019! The fun event celebrates Atlanta’s signature Peachtree street and a 3.1 stretch from Downtown to Midtown, which has been selected as one of the top five neighborhoods in the country by the American Planning Association.
Nothing has you saying “TGIF!” like First Fridays at the High Museum of Art! With drop-in art making, live performances, and drinks for purchase, the First Friday of March invites you to an event that is part-art party, part-happy hour, and all-memorable!