Social Icons Twitter Facebook

BronzeLens Atlanta Film Festival, Inc. (BronzeLens) is a 501c3 non-profit organization. Contributions to BronzeLens are tax deductible under section 170 of the Internal Revenue Code. Thank you for your support of our goal to uplift the next generation of great filmmakers of color.

Support BronzeLens Film Festival, a 501-c-3 nonprofit org.

 

BronzeLens Film Festival Announces 2014 Call for Entries

BronzeLens Film Festival is now accepting entries for submission to the 2014 BronzeLens Film Festival in all categories. 2014 categories include: Feature Film (narrative fiction): (40 minutes +), Short Film (1-39 minutes), Documentary: (30 minutes +), Short Documentary: (1-29 minutes), Best Web Series, Best Actress in a Feature, and Best Actor in a Feature.

We are seeking films by or about people of color that explore the trials and triumphs of life through the use of the moving image. If your film was shot in Georgia or there are any Georgia ties of your principals (Georgia residence), then your entry fee will be reduced with verification. Prestigious top honors will be given in each category.

For complete festival rules, fees and eligibility information and/or to submit a film to the 2014 BronzeLens Film Festival, please visit click here. All fees and DVD copies must be postmarked no later than deadline date to be considered.

 

Congratulations to the 2013 BronzeLens Film Festival Award Winners!

Best Feature: The Retrieval, directed by Chris Eska
Best Short Film: Junior, directed by Jeffrel Elmont
Best International Feature: GriGris, directed by Mahamat- Saleh Haroun
Best International Documentary: Small Small Thing, directed by Jessica Vale
Best Webseries: Mommy Uncensored: Confessions of a Real Mom, directed by Justin Jordan
Best Documentary: In Search of the Black Knight, directed by Tamarat Makonnen
Best Actress: Jenifer Lewis in The Magic City
Best Actor: Jamie Hector in The Magic City
Best Overall: The Retrieval, directed by Chris Eska
BronzeLens Film Advocate Award: Tirrell Whittley, LIQUID SOUL
2013 Audience Award for Features: The Retrieval, directed by Chris Eska
2013 Audience Award for Shorts: Silhouettes, directed by Akil Dupont
 

Here’s a glance at what you missed at the 2013 BronzeLens Film Festival:


 

Sponsors Atlanta Convention & Visitors Bureau Delta The Coca-Cola Company Turner Voices Atlanta Marriott Marquis THE WOODRUFF