Presents
The Atlanta

sci-fi film festival
OCTOBER 8, 2016

IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE MULTICULTURAL SCI-FI ORGANIZATION
AND GEORGIA TECH’S SCHOOL OF LITERATURE, MEDIA AND COMMUNICATION
Learn moreSUBMIT YOUR FILM
Film Submission IS NOW CLOSED!
Weeks
Days
Hours
Minutes
Presents
The Atlanta

sci-fi film festival
OCTOBER 8, 2016

IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE MULTICULTURAL SCI-FI ORGANIZATION
AND GEORGIA TECH’S SCHOOL OF LITERATURE, MEDIA AND COMMUNICATION
Learn moreSUBMIT YOUR FILM
Film Submission IS NOW CLOSED!
Weeks
Days
Hours
Minutes
Presents
The Atlanta

sci-fi film festival
OCTOBER 8, 2016

IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE MULTICULTURAL SCI-FI ORGANIZATION
AND GEORGIA TECH’S SCHOOL OF LITERATURE, MEDIA AND COMMUNICATION
Learn moreSUBMIT YOUR FILM
Film Submission IS NOW CLOSED!
Weeks
Days
Hours
Minutes

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Sci-fi Film Shorts, Art and Live Music

This one day boutique festival will be more eclectic than most.

Audiences and filmmakers attending the festival can expect: Our first Sci-fi Film Short Competition and Top-quality Film Shorts – judged and curated in part by The CG Bros.! and MCSFO.  In addition to incorporating diversity in all aspects of the films and art we show, this year, our theme is Technology!

Engaging visitors with compelling Sci-fi influenced Art and Prop/ Replicas from some of the best visual artists, both locally and internationally.

And a Special Guest Artists on the Sci-fi Cinematic Orchestra Stage playing music from popular  sci-fi movies and Television shows!

ABOUT

ONE Language:  Sci-fi

The Atlanta Sci-fi Film Festival is presented by the Multicultural Sci-fi Organization (MCSFO)

The mission of our annual Atlanta sci-fi (SF) film festival is to provide screens for the finest independent SF films locally and internationally.
To increase cultural diversity and interest in SF film/tv, to inspire and strengthen the local SF film community by cultivating an engaged audience.  Creating independent SF films are becoming less intimidating with today’s technology, creating a fertile ground for nurturing new talent and exploring concepts mainstream studios would never support.

MCSFO -  To promote, discuss and educate in the medium of science fiction and technology with a unique focus from an international perspective.  The organization, started out as a SF meetup group created by Amanda Ray, that quickly turned into much more!.  Our goal is to support culturally diverse SF books and films that don’t fit the mold of the working definition of science fiction.  “I believe in encouraging rich storytelling, filled with infinite possibilities that challenge us and question our perception of the future.”

Our goal is to grow this organization into a non-profit 501 (c)(3) and a Multicultural Sci-fi Center - A place where we can foster these creative minds by providing necessary resources, hosting in depth discussions on speculative fiction and new technology: and facilitating workshops for: writers, graphic novelists and musicians - in film scoring.

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2016 FILMS

2015 FILMS

SCI-FI ART

CALL FOR ARTISTS!

Contact Us if you want to add your artwork to our festival.

MUSIC

COMING SOON!  

Check Back for our announcement of musical acts.

Contact Us

SUPPORT

Fellow Sci-fi Creatives, Intellectuals and Fans,

I’m happy to say that we’ve made considerable progress planning Atlanta’s First Sci-fi Film Festival!
With only a few months left, we still have a Lot to do and will need your financial support to make this festival one of the most experiential! Through a fiscal sponsorship program with Fractured Atlas,
The Multicultural Sci-fi Organization is now accepting tax-deductible contributions:  cash and non-cash for the Atlanta Sci-fi Film Festival project, to make this festival an exciting and memorable event!

The Atlanta Sci-fi Film Festival, produced by The Multicultural Sci-fi Organization is a sponsored project of Fractured Atlas, a non-profit arts service organization. Contributions for the charitable purposes of The Multicultural Sci-fi Organization must be made payable to “Fractured Atlas” only and are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.

VOLUNTEERS

The Atlanta Sci-fi Film Festival is looking for volunteers and interns that can help our festival be a fun, fantastic experience for all.  Unlike most film festivals, this is just one day and will run pretty smooth, but we still need your help!  So if you would like to participate in Atlanta’s First Sci-fi Film Festival, please contact us at info@mcsfo.org

Our Sponsors

Atlanta Sci-fi Film Festival Is Supported By These Wonderful Partners & Sponsors


Last year’s Sponsor Reel - for ASCIFFF 2015

VENUE



Georgia Institute of Technology, Student Center Theater
350 Ferst Drive, NW, Atlanta, GA, 30332-0458 

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Parking Area 2, 3 is $5

CONTACT

For more information Contact us at info@mcsfo.org or mcsfo.org@Gmail.com

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