This week the city of Atlanta will continue to be blessed by the efforts of a plethora of independent filmmakers. The Independent Film Month moves to documentary films with the fifth Annual Docufest Atlanta. For our eager minds and hearts this festival has transported preeminent in independent documentary film from all corners of the world. DocuFest will be presenting evocative chronicles of life that will inform and engulf viewers of ranging personalities and experiences. Although the festival began this Wednesday there are still many more opportunities to be joyfully saturated with documentary films. Ending this Sunday, the 22nd, it would behoove Atlanta film lovers to make a point to make your way down to the Carter Center, Youngblood, or the Five Spot to view one of the brilliant films showcasing this week. On Saturday there is an interesting looking film documenting three seventeen year olds endeavors in the field of science. Whiz Kid directed by Tom Shepard will be showing at the Carter Center in the Zaban room at three o’clock. Also on the closing night at Youngblood the Wayman Tisdale Story, directed by Brian Schodorf, will be airing at six thirty that night. If you are a bit more interested than there are still openings to volunteer, simply visit the Festival League website. As always, Enjoy Atlanta!
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