re:imagine/ATL’s “NO COMMENT” is a digital network featuring content conceived, produced and distributed by Atlanta teens. The first episode, ‘Identity,’ premieres tonight, opening night of the Atlanta Film Festival.
Jordan-Paige Sudduth, a sophomore at South Forsyth High School, writes, directs and stars as Kendall — and manages to succeed on just about every level.
The film that stood out to me the most was the night’s Best Picture winner “Dear Drew.” With its beautiful cinematography, detailed direction, great performances, and strong writing, the film succeeds at giving you that warm feeling inside of being in love with someone that we can all relate to.
Teens today from almost any background have the tools necessary to start filmmaking. Here’s Mikael’s top five tips to get started.
I was able to see an example of Sierra’s brilliant directorial style and witness the love and compassion that was shared among these dedicated teens.
The one thing that almost all filmmakers, young or old, can benefit from is being inspired by other movies. Whether it’s the story behind the making of that film or the lessons and themes it teaches, movies can inspire us in many ways.