Announcing our 2016 Films

  • 12 Kilometers (dir. Mike Pecci)
  • As They Continue To Fall (dir. Nikhil Bhagat)
  • Beautiful Dreamer (dir. David Gaddie)
  • Bleed the Night (dir. Reza Ghassemi)
  • Blood and Steel (dir. Geoff O’Rourke)
  • Blood Bath (dir. Erik Boccio)
  • Bob and the Magic Camera (dir. Adam Kemp)
  • Borderline (dir. Kieran Shea)
  • Bubba the Redneck Werewolf (dir. Brendan Rogers)
  • Built to Serve (dir. Dylan Chase)
  • Burlap (dir. Justin Denton)
  • By the Horns (dir. Brenna Powers)
  • Collider (dir. Paul Jenkins)
  • Committed (dir. Terry Ziegelman)
  • Corvalo (dir. Anthony Ladesich)
  • Dorkcore (dir. James Fox)
  • El Chévere (dir. Tony Reames)
  • Eleanora: The Forgotten Princess (dir. Blair Skinner)
  • Eliza (dir. Mikko Löppönen)
  • End Of The Road (dir. J. Spencer)
  • Fabricated (dir. Brett Foxwell)
  • Friendlies (dir. Steve Kopera)
  • Gears in the Garden (dir. Evelyn Morse)
  • Ginger & Snapper (dir. D.C. Douglas)
  • Grandmama Tlzédeczkanü Comes to America (dir. Tony Jonick)
  • Grim Brothers (dir. Trevor Hoar)
  • Heard (dir. David Howard)
  • Izzo (B.O.B.A.) (dir. Matthew Schwartz)
  • Keep Going (dir. Geon KIM)
  • Kidnapping (dir. Jay Pulk)
  • Legacy (dir. Josh Mawer)
  • Legend Of The Lich Lord (dir. Spencer Estabrooks)
  • Link (dir. Dan Delano)
  • Listeners (dir. Sara X. Robin)
  • Lizzy Borden – Scary Tales and Nursery Crimes (dir. Darva Campbell)
  • Loren The Robot Butler: Teach Me How To Dougie! (dir. Paul McGinnis)
  • Love, Work & Other Demons (dir. Gorby Shih)
  • Manic Pixie Dream Grind (dir. Ariella Yashar)
  • Mara (dir. Mark G. McFarlane)
  • Misread (dir. Kaitlin Suggs)
  • Monster (dir. Kuan-Fu Lin)
  • Monsters (dir. Steve Desmond)
  • Nasty (dir. Prano Bailey-Bond)
  • Neil Stryker and the Tyrant of Time — Ep. 29 — The Goblin Forest (dir. Rob Taylor)
  • Nice People (dir. Laszlo Tamasfi)
  • Night of the Slasher (dir. Shant Hamassian)
  • No Touching (dir. Adam Davis)
  • Nuts (dir. Theo Sena)
  • O Christmas Tree (dir. Greg Kovacs)
  • Park At Your Own Risk (dir. Tyler Vickers)
  • Passion of V (dir. David Boo)
  • Pets (dir. Raymond Carr)
  • Playback (dir. Nathan Crooker)
  • Portal to Hell!!! (dir. Vivieno Caldinelli)
  • Princess Eun Hwa (dir. Dave Zhang)
  • Quenottes (Pearlies) (dir. Pascal Thiebaux)
  • Raising a Nuisance (dir. Stevie Quigley, Jason McCullough, Justin Hoffman, Danielle Raymond)
  • Roadside Assistance (dir. Bears Fonte)
  • Seed (dir. Nelson Lee)
  • Shuen (dir. Philippe McKie)
  • Shutter (dir. Robert Mueller)
  • Special Forces (dir. Phil Bucci)
  • Split Ticket (dir. Alfred Thomas Catalfo)
  • Stalled Trek: Prelude to Ax’d-We-Are (dir. Mark R. Largent)
  • Summoned (dir. Victoria Angell)
  • Tengu: Birdmen of the Mountains (dir. Samuel Smith)
  • The Bench (dir. Summers Brothers)
  • The Brothers Brimm (dir. Matt Killian)
  • The Fisherman’s Wife (dir. Ben Leonberg)
  • The Great Silence (dir. Shuren Hao)
  • The Grinning Man (dir. Matthew McGahren)
  • The Hunter (dir. Miri Stone)
  • The Incredible Tale of the Incredible Woman-Spider (dir. Pablo Guirado)
  • The Invitation to Armageddon (dir. Paul Hough)
  • The Maiden (dir. Michael Chaves)
  • The Man Who Caught A Mermaid (dir. Kaitlin Tinker)
  • Till the End of the World (dir. Keishi Suenaga)
  • Total Awesome Viking Power (dir. Morten Forland)
  • Toxic (dir. Matt Green)
  • True Believers (dir. Brent Dey)
  • Turned (dir. Adam Bolt)
  • UFO Diary (dir. Jason Apuzzo)
  • Under The Apple Tree (dir. Erik van Schaaik)
  • Virtual Revolution (dir. Guy-Roger Duvert)
  • Virus Scan (dir. Mark Howling)
  • Wan Mei (Perfect) (dir. Yiyi Yin)
  • When Susurrus Stirs (dir. Anthony Cousins)
  • You Can’t Hear Me. You Can’t See Me (dir. Awi Suriyadi, Andrew Lincoln Suleiman)
  • You Won’t Believe What Happens Next (dir. Arielle Cole)

 

Not Just Another Apoc Movie

Announcing additional screenings of our apocalyptic/post-apocalyptic films by our good friends over in Apocalypse Rising (Westin Chastain 1-2). FRI 5:30PM – 8:00pm.
You get:
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Dragon Con 2014 Indie Film Festival Official Film List

Here are our films for 2014. Just the names (info on each film will be up when the gnomes get it all collected).  Keep tuned, we’re adding more this week and next:

Short Films for 2014

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Feature Films for 2014

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Dragon Con Superheroes needs you – Walk to End Lupus Now on 4/26

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Now you can show your support year-round! Dragon Con Superheroes is a community service project team created for our members, volunteers, and staff to expand our charity efforts each year. We want YOU to join us at the Walk to End Lupus Now on 4/26/14 at Piedmont Park. Join our team, raise money*, and make a real difference in the lives of those living with Lupus each day.

There are several ways you can do so:
1.      WALKER:     Join Team Dragon Con and walk with us! *In order to be considered a Dragon Con Superhero (and be entitled to the free t-shirt and exclusive party), walkers on Team Dragon Con must raise a minimum of $50.

2.      VIRTUAL WALKER:     Become a virtual walker and raise money* for Team Dragon Con.  Join Team Dragon Con.

3.      COSTUMED GREETER: Come out and cheer on the walkers as they cross the finish line by showing up in your best Superhero or other “Dragon Conesque” costume.  Sign up for Finish Line duty here.

For more details: http://www.dragoncon.org/?q=superheroes
TO REGISTER: http://www.dragoncon.org/?q=Walk_To_End_Lupus_Superohero_Signup

ABOUT THE LUPUS FOUNDATION OF AMERICA  The Lupus Foundation of America is the only national force devoted to solving the mystery of lupus while giving caring support to those who suffer from its brutal impact. Through a comprehensive program of research, education and advocacy the Lupus Foundation of America leads the fight to improve the quality of life for all people affected by lupus.  Lupus is an unpredictable and potentially fatal autoimmune disease that affects 55,000 Georgians, mostly women aged 18-45, but also men, children and women of all ages.

Regular Submission Deadline – April 26th

Did you miss our Earlybird deadline?

Don’t worry – just submit by Apr 26th to qualify for our Regular Deadline and discounted rate.

Late Deadline/rates apply: April 27 – May 10th.

For submission instructions visit: http://filmfest.dragoncon.org/submit-to-the-festival/

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Dragon Con Film Festival: CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS

The 2014 Dragon Con Independent Short Film Festival is open for submissions. The festival begins on August 29th in Atlanta GA.

We focus each year on showcasing the finest independent short films of the fantastic.  We welcome not only Sci-Fi, Fantasy, and Horror films, but any film of the imagination.  This includes Mysteries, Thrillers, Film Noirs, Comedies, Alt Lifestyle, Magical Realism, Surrealistic films, and most dramas, just to name a few, as well as short animated films of all types.  We take narrative shorts as well as documentaries. We also accept a limited number of features.

Reminder Approaching Early Bird Deadline: March 1, 2014
                                                      Regular Deadline: April 26th, 2014

For everything you need to submit, look at http://filmfest.dragoncon.org/submit-to-the-festival/

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The New Trailer for “+1”

Sunday night at Dragon Con you’ll have a chance to see the new IFC Midnight film, +1. It’s fun. It’s weird. It’s everything you expect from a film at Dragon Con, and this trailer will give you a peek. See it here.

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