ATL TIMES • AUGUST 11, 2019 9:16:07 ATL TIMETIME • Atlanta’s cinema scene is changing quickly.
Here are the new and returning theaters that are opening and the ones you should stay away from.
NEW: The Atlanta Film Festival at the Georgia Institute of Technology has added a new, expanded film festival this year.
Its opening this week is Friday, Aug. 12, 2019.
The fest is an annual event that attracts film-makers, directors, editors and producers from across the country.
Its goal is to make Atlanta’s film scene more vibrant and diverse.
Atlanta Film Museum has announced plans to open a permanent exhibition of its collection in its new space on the former site of the Atlanta Botanical Gardens.
It will be the largest permanent exhibition at the museum, which opened in 2012.
The museum also plans to add a large exhibition of photography and video and the largest collection of film and film equipment in the city.
NEW!: The National Art Museum is planning a new gallery, an addition to its permanent collection, to open next spring in the former Arts and Letters space at the Art Institute of Atlanta.
The new gallery is called “The New Art,” and will feature a collection of more than 3,000 works from around the world.
NEW AND URBAN: Atlanta’s theater scene is moving at a rapid pace.
A new film festival, the Atlanta Film Society, is scheduled to open in 2018.
The society is an international organization with a global membership of more then 500 people and a network of more a half-million members around the globe.
The Atlanta film festival is a part of that network.
It was created in 2008 and attracts film, television and music directors and producers.
NEW NEW: Atlanta-based photographer, photographer, filmmaker, author and photographer Robert Dickel has been a fixture of Atlanta’s art scene for more than 25 years.
He is best known for his work on the iconic film “Taken” and for his acclaimed books and photography.
He has been recognized for his artistic work with the International Society of Film Criticism, the National Endowment for the Arts and the National Film Preservation Board.
In addition to his work, Dickell has been featured at Atlanta’s National Historic Preservation Center, the Georgia Museum of Art, the Art Center of the Americas, the Museum of Fine Arts Atlanta and the Atlanta Museum of Contemporary Art.
He was recently honored with the Lifetime Achievement Award at the Atlanta Contemporary Arts Festival.
NEW, NEW: A film festival in the making.
The Georgia Film Society is planning to open its first permanent exhibition in the Atlanta Arts and Media Center, with the goal of bringing a larger collection of films, films-in-progress, shorts and films from all genres to the gallery.
The exhibition will include work from the Atlanta-area studios of Andy Warhol, William Morris, John Ford, Paul Newman, Robert Louis Stevenson, Richard Linklater, Jean-Luc Godard, Clint Eastwood, Steven Spielberg, Quentin Tarantino, Ridley Scott, Spike Lee, Steven Soderbergh, Woody Allen, Woody Harrelson, Spike Jonze, Wes Anderson, Spike Milligan, Steven Levinson, George Lucas, Clint Howard, Michael Moore, Stephen King, Michael Caine, John Hughes, John Woo, Steven Seagal, Spike Morales, Clint Black, Bruce Dern, Sean Penn, David Carradine, Brad Pitt, Ben Stiller, Kevin Costner, Martin Scorsese, Michael Mann, Richard Attenborough, David Cronenberg, George Clooney, David Simon, Robert Redford, Paul Verhoeven, John Waters, Daniel Day Lewis, George Cukor, Peter Bogdanovich, Peter Lorre, Spike Jones, Spike TV, The Cosby Show, Saturday Night Live, and dozens of other films and shows.
The gallery will open in the space that once housed the Georgia Film Center, which closed in 2013.
New: A Georgia Film Museum exhibit.
The Museum of African American Film and Art in Atlanta will open a new exhibit, which will showcase film, video and animation that was created or produced in the state.
The exhibit will include a collection from more than 20 different Georgia film production companies, as well as many local producers and directors.
It also will feature more than 70 short films produced and directed by African Americans.
NEWLY OPENED: The Art Institute is adding a new exhibition space in the Art and Artifacts Center.
It is the newest addition to the Georgia Art Museum, which is home to the Art History Center, The Art Museum of Georgia, and the Art Museum Georgia.
It has become a hub for film, TV, music, photography and theater and is one of the nation’s largest museum systems.
The Art and Arts Museum is open daily from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., 7 days a week.
NEW UPDATE: The Georgia Tech Film Institute is partnering with Atlanta-born artist and educator, Chris Williams