Last night’s AFF “Frame by Frame” Screening

We're pleased to have been able to introduce "Frame by Frame" last night at the Plaza during the Atlanta Film Festival. It was great to see film & photography fans in attendance, and we hope you enjoyed the film as much as we did. The documentary is moving, inspirational, and makes a great addition to the field of documentaries about photography.


We wanted to quickly share a great Instagram'd quote about the experience of seeing the film from "The Dowda":

"While we indulge in selfies these two brave and committed filmmakers create a living documentary on four Afghani photographers who risk themselves to capture truth, humility, injustice, and tragedy to make a document, to share and establish a real vision of their people and country. The filmmakers who created Frame By Frame helped elevate photography as tool that fights war; a war of weapons and a war of perception. We should be as close to being as bold and brave to examine our own lives through a fraction of the lens that this film highlights. I'm humbled and changed. Thank you @framebyframedoc #fbfdoc"
We have a few films on our radar for this year's incarnation of ACP Film Series, though we're not sure what we'll end-up screening at this date. If you have a recommendation of a recent/new photo-based documentary that hasn't screened in Atlanta, let us know! In fact, last night felt like an mid-ACP October evening -- everyone was enthused, the moon was low and there was a chill in the air.

Big thanks to Frame By Frame and the Atlanta Film Festival!

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